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  1. Dick Navis

    MST3K Kickstarter

    Hey there forums, I was just rifling through the forums and realized I hadn't seen anything about MST3K's Kickstarter posted here. If you're anything like me, your sense of humour owes part of its upbringing to Mystery Science Theater 3000, so here's a blurb and the link! Mystery Science Theater 3000, also known as MST3K, is in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign and it needs your help. For those unfamiliar, it was a comedy TV series that ran in the 1980s and 90s. Featuring a man and his robot sidekicks, they riffed on B-movies as a part of an "experiment." The series ran for 11 years, 197 episodes, one feature film, won a Peabody Award in 1993, and was listed as one of Time magazine's "100 Best TV Shows of All-Time" in 2007. You may have seen some of the same people when they toured as Cinematic Titanic, too. The creator, Joel Hodgson, is now attempting to bring back the legendary comedy series through the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. He needs to raise $5.5 Million by December 11, 2015 to be able to produce a new season of 12 episodes. Whether you are interested in supporting this campaign, or if just want to learn more, please check out this site: https://www.BringBackMST3k.com #BringBackMST3k
  2. All you need to do is watch the trailer to understand why this movie is ideal for HDTGM: It has the things that make 70 movies great: the ex-football player in Rosey Grier, 70s racial cliches, terrible action sequences involving cop cars and motorcycles, and the director moving up from porn. Seriously, watch this trailer and you will understand.
  3. The Old Boys Podcast is a weekly comedy show where my friend and I review two randomly assigned films off of Netflix and try to make you laugh. Facebook is here: https://www.facebook.com/theoldboyspodcast/timeline Soundcloud right here: https://soundcloud.com/the-old-boys-podcast Please check it out and let me know what you think. Any constructive criticism is welcome!
  4. JasonNeuman

    After These Messages

    Hey everyone! I wanted you all to know about my new sketch comedy podcast, After These Messages! After These Messages is a short sketch comedy podcast about commercial breaks. Listen to them between longer podcasts. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/after-these-messages/id1054839636 Have fun and enjoy! Thanks!
  5. Heynong man! All joking a salad, please put this on the Comedy Bang Bang podcast. We really want it to be on there. The show is so good we give it a big ol' C+. Thanks, 2YE
  6. KyleCrawford

    Bes new catchphrase

    Welcome to Comedy Bang Bang, Don't go fuck yourself. stick around and enjoy the show.
  7. A little song about something that can deprive ANY guy of his manliness! Lyrics and Music Video By: Mike Musson Music By: Mike McGuill Please, like and share this video, it makes a HUGE difference in someone's life! SUBSCRIBE!!! (https:www.youtube.com/mussonman)
  8. Quasar Sniffer

    Kung Fury

    Ok, so this is a already-shot 1980s action comedy throwback that is currently in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to cover post-production costs. It seems to be currently funded at the moment, so HUZZAH to them. It's about a Kung-Fu-fighting cop who goes back in time to kill Hitler but Vikings interrupt him or something. Anyway, watch the trailer because it is magical and ridiculous. http://www.kickstart...gfury/kung-fury This version of the film is only 30 minutes long, so it probably would be a poor choice for an actual episode, BUT the writer/director/star seems to be an interesting fellow (since he did get this made, at least for the most part) and has a charming Swedish accent, so I think he'd make an excellent guest on the show. The movie seems to be in the mode of Miami Connection, but on more restricted funds, so it'd be interesting to hear how such low-budget films get done and what makes things like Sharknado or Birdemic terrible but Miami Connection worth watching. Cross-promotional opportunities abound.
  9. If you forget to laugh, draw a bath and come back in Jan.
  10. bobtheshoulder

    Is the funny?

    I am working on a podcast with character comedy and , any thoughts? Is it funny?
  11. Have you ever sat there and wondered " Hmmm, i wish there was a podcast about video games that didn't talk about video games?" or "What would DMX do?" or "Butt Lips Chap Stick?" if you did (or didn't), well than we have a special gift for all you Limp Bizkids. We are your Spaghetti Daddies! The Worlds #1 purely authentic, 100% guaranteed, 24/7 video game party chat podcast! We talk about everything and anything thats not video games while playing video games. Its not suppose to make sense and neither are you so we hope you enjoy your new daddies because we are never gonna leave you like your other daddies did! Soundcloud Facebook
  12. On top of all the comedy podcasts I listen to, I also like ones that go behind the scenes of the entertainment industry, as I work in television. Has anyone heard of The Jay & Tony Show Show? I think it's a small podcast where the two hosts tell a lot of funny anecdotes about celebrities and behind-the-scenes info on shows. I'm enjoying it so far, so I thought I'd share and see if anyone else has also heard of it? https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jay-and-tony-show-show/id920936734
  13. goatomatic

    Rent-a-Kid

    Leslie Nielson, Christopher Llyod, and that guy from that movie... star in Rent a Kid! Below is the trailer, the full movie is on youtube for now, watch while you can.
  14. SteveYeocero

    Gunday

    I came across Gunday (Outlaws) after reading an article about on FiveThirtyEight explaining why it is (currently) the lowest rated film on IMDb. (See article here: http://fivethirtyeig...-movie-on-imdb/) Right now, the movie sits at a rating of 1.7. The next lowest is Birdemic: Shock & Terror at 1.8. Basically, the film angered a very vocal group that felt the film misrepresented India's role in Bangladesh Liberation War (BLW). Through the magic of the Internet 40,000+ gave the film a "1" score on IMDb (and appear to have done a similar thing on Netflix where it's also rated "1-star"). I don't know much about the BLW or if the movie's representation of it is false or accurate, but judging the movie on it's own terms it is fantastic. The movie itself has little to do the with the BLW, as it it used mostly to introduce us to the two main characters: two spunky orphans who turn to crime to survive. After a murder, the boys hop a train to Calcutta and the real story begins. Cut ahead fourteen years and they've become the biggest, baddest, handsomest, shirtlessiest outlaws in Calcutta. Wanted by the law, loved by the public. Eventually, the "best cop in Calcutta" (play by Irfan Khan, one of the most famous Indian actors) is put on the case and is determined to bring the duo down. To add to the chaos, the two men fall in love with the same girl!! Will they get caught? Who will win the love of the beautiful cabaret dancer? To be fair, the story is pretty dumb, but for two and a half hours (yeah, it's a bit too long) feelings and shirts are thrown about and, in the end, lives are changed and lessons are learned. This movie has nearly every element a movie can have: crime, rags-to-riches, comedy, revenge, romance, action, melodrama and big, ridiculous musical numbers that Bollywood is known for. If it'd only had a ghost or a creature from some darkly-colored lagoon it'd truly have everything and would have been a ten-quadrant film. Gunday is great in much that same ways as Fast & Furious 5 & 6: they throw every thing in the film, race at 100-mph and take it completely seriously. Just like in those film it works wonderfully! Oh, and there's slow-mo running. So much slow-mo running! This movie is great!
  15. Hello fellow Earwolf fans. I've been listening to Earwolf shows for a while now but I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread. I'll probably post this in other threads to make sure it gets seen. Anyway, I was looking for people living in LA and its surrounding areas who want to start their own podcast but maybe don't know how to do so. I started my own podcast about a year ago and it's a lot of fun to do. I record, host, edit, and publish all of my own shows. I don't want to shamelessly plug my podcast here so if you would like to hear it send me a reply. Do you have an idea of a podcast you want to do? I can help you record it. I can set up all the microphones, mixers, and recording software for you and all you have to do is show up and host your show. Do you want to host your own show and interview people? Do you do characters and want to perform them on a podcast? I think it'd be really fun to get a lot of people together to do our own shows. I look forward to your replies!
  16. Hello fellow Earwolf fans. I've been listening to Earwolf shows for a while now but I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread. I'll probably post this in other threads to make sure it gets seen. Anyway, I was looking for people living in LA and its surrounding areas who want to start their own podcast but maybe don't know how to do so. I started my own podcast about a year ago and it's a lot of fun to do. I record, host, edit, and publish all of my own shows. I don't want to shamelessly plug my podcast here so if you would like to hear it send me a reply. Do you have an idea of a podcast you want to do? I can help you record it. I can set up all the microphones, mixers, and recording software for you and all you have to do is show up and host your show. Do you want to host your own show and interview people? Do you do characters and want to perform them on a podcast? I think it'd be really fun to get a lot of people together to do our own shows. I look forward to your replies!
  17. Hello fellow Earwolf fans. I've been listening to Earwolf shows for a while now but I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread. I'll probably post this in other threads to make sure it gets seen. Anyway, I was looking for people living in LA and its surrounding areas who want to start their own podcast but maybe don't know how to do so. I started my own podcast about a year ago and it's a lot of fun to do. I record, host, edit, and publish all of my own shows. I don't want to shamelessly plug my podcast here so if you would like to hear it send me a reply. Do you have an idea of a podcast you want to do? I can help you record it. I can set up all the microphones, mixers, and recording software for you and all you have to do is show up and host your show. Do you want to host your own show and interview people? Do you do characters and want to perform them on a podcast? I think it'd be really fun to get a lot of people together to do our own shows. I look forward to your replies!
  18. SusannaDooleyBoney

    I let the dogs out.

    I let the dogs out.
  19. Google translated what's up hot dog to ສິ່ງ​ທີ່​ເປັນ​ຫມາ​ຮ້ອນ​ເຖິງ sing thi pen ma hon thoeng, so I suggest you say this to Kulapalapalap some time to get lucky pharell style.
  20. PaulF.Stamegna

    Revival Reggae Plugs

    A parody of the Toots and the Metals song, Revival Reggae. Jah is Plugs. https://soundcloud.c...al-reggae-plugs Ph.D. Quest AKA Tuff Dandy
  21. sorrycharlie

    RoboGeisha (2009)

    This movie is a classic Japanese "WHAT THE FUCK DID I JUST WATCH" kind of movie and it's brilliant. But its also awful at the same time. I hope other's will help me explain it better. I just really want to hear you three pick this movie apart. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1381512/
  22. https://soundcloud.com/listentoyourfriend/01-cbb-plug-song2
  23. majoraphasia

    Fame (1980)

    Looking through the recommendations, I see many movies that are generally (and honestly) regarded as bad, films that beg for 90 minutes of "can you believe ____?!" statements. But what are we to do with a film like the original Fame? It's bad in all the right places: the acting, the script, the editing... everything. Taking shots at an obviously bad remake would be too easy. The original film, a most exceptional cinematic abortion, is ideal Bad Movie Night Material. And you would never know while you hum along to the theme song, likely the only thing you know from the movie. I submit it as a special challenge for anyone looking to go further off the beaten path for bad movies. And all these years you thought it was a bulletproof classic.
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