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    gonna pretend that Hayes and Sean remembered the first Erin Gibson ep from reading the HH wiki, that was one of the ones we did when Slayner and I were at the helm. Now that's out of the way, here's today's detached semi-ironic post in that classic forums style: "gonna start a fantasy HH draft where we all get to draft Hayes and Sean and the laughs are points and we all tie for first." that's a "dinger" (member the little league kid who said that from earlier this northern hemisphere summer?) out of the park this week.
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    1. A U2 vs. R.E.M. episode. I assume Scott will be pro U2 and we know where Adam is so should be good. I love both but come on it's R.E.M. 2. An episode where Adam and Scott discuss bands inspired by R.E.M. Pavement, Radiohead (mostly lyrically), Matthew Sweet, and there's a thousand other bands. 3. An episode on the musicians that inspired R.E.M. The Byrds. Patti Smith. Television. 4. A list of bands you could choose to do next: Talking Heads (You both mentioned your admiration for them. And you're going to the David Byrne show. It'd be a great first episode.) Radiohead (It's inevitable. They're the elephant in the room. The band that took the mantle of best band from both U2 and R.E.M. in 1995 and never let it go. Plus Radiohead seems to irritate Adam and would love to hear why. Or maybe he'd be a convert which would also be great. Just be cool to hear Adam with a band he's not an absolute fanboy of. Plus Radiohead fans are obsessive and would probably send you hilarious hate mail. Some other ones: The Smiths. Vampire Weekend (they have a new album coming out so that'd be something nice to build up to), Prince (the comedy that would come out of you simply reciting his lyrics would have me on the floor laughing), The Pixies, Pavement, Wilco, Michael Jackson (only had six solo albums it'd be a quick, and again think about the comedy opportunities) PJ Harvey, Blur, Echo & the Bunnymen, Sleater-Kinney, Bob Dylan, Beatles, Stones, Bowie (I don't care what you do as long as you never stop.)
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    Um... either we need to sit down and have a conversation about attention whores/people bored at work or you guys need to step it up a notch.
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    Where that alcoholic gorilla keep all that money at? #MeTooLoveKoko
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    Can we get an O-face reaction smiley? That's my go-to reaction to most things.
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    Just came here to say that the new forum looks sexy af...wait am I even allowed to say that anymore?
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    I will never not enjoy seeing Rain Wilson as a merman.
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    Nope. This movie is amazing and I love it.
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    Is it time for those who voted for MAGNOLIA to change their votes to ZODIAC for the greater good? We gave MAGNOLIA a good showing, but I think many of us will be fine with ZODIAC taking it over SHAUN.
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    Hearing that giant shitty CGI devil creature say the name Wanda repeatedly was pretty wonderful.
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    Guys, this is on Netflix. Get up on this if you want to see some of the most beautiful nonsense the 1990s could produce.
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    He deserves so much better. But at least we got Black Dynamite out the deal.
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    Just rewatched this awhile ago and man its pretty terrible. The fight sequence while in hell- couldn't they have changed the colors around, you cant even tell what is going on? Also how is it the CGI in the very last scene is better than anything else in the movie? what, did they do that one first then run out of money?
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    the R-rated animated HBO series was so well done, I'm curious what made them think it was a good idea to go with PG-13.. this also pretty much ruined Michael Jai White's career.. [media=''] [/media]
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    So, I've never watched more than five minutes of "Real Steel" before now, and what do I hear but a song off of the "Spawn" soundtrack, which of course is one of the best soundtracks to one of the worst films ever. How DARE you rip off a classic, "Real Steel". How. Dare. You.
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    This has so much potential to be a great HDTGM episode. Michael Jai White in a ridiculous costume, fighting JOHN LEGIZAMO in an even more ridiculous costume! The bad guy sounds like Doctor Claw from Inspector Gadget! Seriously, I hope they do this.
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    Do you think they would watch this movie despite Jason's mortal fear of clowns?
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    I'm watching this now and any enjoyment I am getting from this movie is from Leguizamo. I remember seeing this movie in the theater and loving it. Of course I would have been 17 and have revisited several movies I loved at that age and have come to the conclusion that my dad really loved me because he sat through some terrible movies all because we wanted to see them.
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    I'd heard that, too; I think it was maggots. It's like he heard about Nicolas Cage eating a cockroach in "Vampire's Kiss" and took it as a dare.
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    I remember seeing one of those HBO inside the movie type things where Leguizamo said he actually ate the maggots or cockroaches (I don't remember which) that were on the pizza. I don't know why he thought that was necessary, but I admire his commitment... kinda.
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    I remember the friend being white being a point of controversy, but it's really the least of this film's offenses. For an equal does of terrible co-starring Michael Jai White, I strongly recommend (and by that I mean "don't recommend at all") "Universl Soldier: The Return". I remember at the time being upset that he was the main villain, as I thought it'd be Goldberg, but again, that's the least of this film's atrocities. Speaking of White though, I actually really, really like the guy now. He's really good in a lot of stuff that isn't so good, and he's phenomenal in the excellent "Black Dynamite", which he co-wrote. I wonder if he and Dolph Lundgren (another guy that's awesome in less than awesome things) have ever done a film together? Fortunately for Sheen, "The West Wing" was right around the corner, so he became respectable again.
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    Leguizamo as Clown was easily the best part because he knew what kind of movie he was in and just hammed it up. This was White's chance to become a legit action star, and as this was his first major starring role, it single handedly killed his career to where he's just a character actor now. I can understand what Ebert was saying with the visuals as for that time they were pretty good for the most part, Malbolgia was the worst bit of the movie as it was too much for the little they had available, but the stuff with Spawn in the real world was pretty good. Overall this was a bad adaptation as it really didn't follow the comics in concern to who killed Al Simmons or the fact that Al's friend Terry is black in the comic, but white in the movie for some reason. Also, Martin Sheen's overall goal of gassing the entire world just so that he may be able to sell the antidote was ridiculous.
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    This is pretty awful, as the special effects to this haven't aged well particularly Malbolgia as his mouth barely moves at all, some crappy acting from the likes of Michael Jai White and John Leguizamo, and a story that goes nowhere. Surprisingly, Roger Ebert praised this film as he gave it three-and-a-half stars out of four, calling it a visual stunner. But today, fans have come around by bashing Spawn as one of the worst comic book adaptations ever made. 19% rating on Rotten Tomatoes just to give it a heads up.
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