Listen to Episode 3 as we drink a glass of haterade and give shade on the horror TV shows we just hated or disappointed on how bad they were. Shows that were an EPIC FAIL.
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Back again with another recommendation for you followers. I trust that you already know of this amazing film but in case you don’t I want to introduce you to a smart clever and twisty movie called The Game. To this day, this is one of the first movies that I watched that made me feel like an adult. With the cast, the plot, the tone, this movie shouldn’t have been on my radar as interest given how young I was when I watched it. I walked out feeling very sophisticated watching such an adult movie that made you think, pay attention, and listen to dialogue more than watching things blow up in front of you to keep you engaged.
The Game (1997)
Director: David Fincher
Writers: John Brancato & Michael Ferris
Cast: Michael Douglas, Sean Penn, Deborah Kara Unger, and James Rebhorn
Plot: A wealthy banker on his 48th Birthday is set as an example as to test out what you give a man who has everything. That very gift is an opportunity to participate in a game. An interactive game involving mystery and adventure which turns his life upside down not knowing what is reality and what is the game.
“Being a vampire in the 20th century is a nightmare.”
You have seen Jim Carrey play a Pet Detective, the God of Mischief, an alien, comic book villain, one of the dumbest people on earth, and even a Grinch who stole Christmas. Did you know before all of that he played a teenage virgin on the verge of becoming a vampire?
Back in 1985 Carrey starred in a movie titled Once Bitten. A movie about Mark Kendall (Carrey) just looking to lose that virginity card since everyone around him except for him and his two best friends. HIs girlfriend isn’t ready so in desperation he heads to Hollywood to have a quick fling. While out on the town he runs into sexpot beauty Lauren Hutton as The Countess. She also is in desperation and on the prowl because she is a 400 year old vampire who has only three days to drink the blood of a virgin and Mark is her only hope.
Legendary comedians doing what they do best.
What do Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, Demi Moore, John Candy, and 2Pac Shakur all have in common? They all participated in one of the wackiest comedies that ever existed. That comedy is called Nothing But Trouble. Dan Aykroyd is known for being a writer as well as an actor. He did choose to direct only one movie in his career as an artist and that movie was Nothing But Trouble. You have to wonder what he had up his sleeve for the Ghostbuster sequel he put together after seeing his imagination fly in this 1991 film that he also wrote the screenplay for and creating some of the craziest characters ever written for the screen.