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Favorite Earwolf Podcast

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  1. This was movie written, directed, produced, scored, starred in, and maybe even lighted by Frank D’Angelo…A man who is now known as the Canadian Tommy Wiseau! This movie has a ton of star power on a budget of 11.6 million shot in 6K and paid the actors in cash! Those include James Caan, Eric Roberts, Paul Sorvino, Daryl Hannah, Armand Asante, Robert Davi, and Daniel Baldwin! This movie is completely bonkers and follows only some conventional vampire standards and throws out the rest. This movie needs to be considered for the next film the HDTGM crew tackles you won’t regret it! The movie is available on Amazon prime with a free conTV trial.
  2. Please review I Am Here... Now. I just found this movie recently and have already watched it five times. Neil Breen comes to earth as a robot jesus and dishes out justice to "sinners". The terrible acting, bizare writing, horrible editing, cringe worthy dialogue and awful cinematography make it hard to avoid for any fans of so bad they're good movies. It's on par with The Room, Neil Breen is the new Tommy WIseau You can watch it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE3-sxaOJDo
  3. Signed up here to ask exactly the title question. "The Room" lead me to HDTGM and I've been cramming my phone full of episodes ever since. I know they did an episode on "The Room" along time ago, but, although very interesting, it was short. I can't imagine a better movie for LIVE HDTGM episode/show.
  4. DavidRosen

    Is Rifftrax horrible?

    So they're doing a Rifftrax screening of "The Room" here in Las Vegas tomorrow, and while I'd jump at any chance to see The Room in a movie theater again (would be my 5th time but first in like 3 or 4 years)... From the commercials I've seen of previous Rifftrax presentations, it looks like it will be incredibly corny. Like Morning Zoo radio corny... Anyone have an opinion on them? Are they pretty good? Should I just have my own The Room screening at home and invite friends over?
  5. DavidRosen

    My "The Room" Story

    So I've been going back and catching up on old episodes and just listened to The Room episode (amazing) and thought people would enjoy my story. I actually saw The Room at its 3rd ever screening outside of LA here in Las Vegas at a film festival at The Palms. I'm a film music composer and I frequently attend as many film festivals as I can get myself into to see movies and network. So my friend and I were walking around while I exchanged business cards until I eventually gave one to Tommy Wiseau. I of course had no idea who he was but he told me "Oh, you composer? You should see my movie. I spend $2 million on music!" Perhaps that's where a good chunk of that ridiculous budget went? I suppose we'll never truly know. I of course had no idea what I was in for when we walked into the theater. Somehow even that far back (the DVD wasn't even out yet) people were already dying laughing and seemingly already in on the joke and yelling things back on the screen... I honestly don't think I ever laughed so hard in my life. I've been a fan ever since. Unfortunately Tommy hasn't hired me to compose music for him for $2 million yet.
  6. Did anyone else think that Jean-Claude Van Damme and Tommy Wiseau from The Room have very similar acting skills and speaking cadence? JCVD is way better at kicking, jumping, running, punching, wrestling, & flipping- obviously.
  7. lizanddickfan1

    Fateful Findings (2013)

    Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFgQ34b96_U A man given "paranormal powers as a child" hacks into the "most secret government and corporate secrets." What he discovers shocks him, and us, into asking the question "Should we be afraid?" A suspenseful, hard-hitting thriller for the Internet Age - Fateful Findings.