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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

920 DVD's in an alumunimium case

1) 10 Items or Less
2) 11:14
3) 13 Conversations About One Thing
4) 16 Blocks
5) 21 Grams
6) 24 Hour Party People
7) 30 Days of Night
8) 3:10 to Yuma
9) 40-Year-Old Virgin, The
10) Aaltra
11) About a Boy
12) Across the Universe
13) Adaptation
14) Adventures in Babysitting
15) Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension!, The
16) Afro-Punk
17) Airplane!
18) Ali
19) Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
20) Ali G Indahouse: The Movie
21) All About My Mother
22) Alpha Dog
23) Amelie
24) American Beauty
25) American Graffiti
26) American Hardcore
27) American Movie
28) American Psycho
29) Amores Perros
30) Anatomy
31) Anatomy 2
32) ...And Justice For All
33) Annie Hall
34) Anniversary Party, The
35) Another State of Mind
36) Anvil: The Story of Anvil
37) Apocalypto
38) Aqua Teen Hunger Force: The Movie
39) Arachnophobia
40) Aristocrats, The
41) Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
42) Au Revoir Les Enfants
43) Austin Powers: Goldmember
44) Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
45) Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
46) Babel
47) Bachelor Party
48) Back to School
49) Back to the Future
50) Back to the Future II
51) Back to the Future III
52) Bad Boys (1983)
53) Bad Boys (1995)
54) Bad Education
55) Bad Timing
56) Barton Fink
57) Batman Begins
58) Battle Royale
59) Beach Boys, The: Endless Harmony
60) Beales of Grey Gardens, The
61) Beatles, The: Anthology - Disc 1
62) Beatles, The: Anthology - Disc 2
63) Beatles, The: Anthology - Disc 3
64) Beatles, The: Anthology - Disc 4
65) Beatles, The: Anthology - Disc 5
66) Beautiful Mind, A
67) Beetlejuice
68) Before Sunrise
69) Being There
70) Ben X
71) Best in Show
72) Better Off Dead
73) Beverly Hills Cop
74) Beverly Hills Ninja
75) Big
76) Big Animal, The
77) Big Fish
78) Big Lebowski, The
79) Big Trouble in Little China
80) Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
81) Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
82) Billy Madison
83) Black Christmas
84) Black Sheep
85) Blade Runner
86) Blades of Glory
87) Blair Witch Project, The
88) Blood Diamond
89) Blow
90) Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back
91) Body Double
92) Body Heat
93) Boogie Nights
94) Borat
95) Born Into Brothels
96) Boss of it All, The
97) Bottle Rocket
98) Boudu Saved From Drowning
99) Bourne Identity, The
100) Bourne Supremacy, The
101) Bourne Ultimatum, The
102) Bowling for Columbine
103) Boy and His Dog, A
104) Braveheart
105) Breach
106) Breakfast At Tiffany's
107) Breakfast Club, The
108) Breaking the Waves
109) Brick
110) Bridge, The
111) Bridge to Terabithia
112) Broadway Danny Rose
113) Brokeback Mountain
114) Broken Flowers
115) Buddy
116) Buffy the Vampire Slayer
117) Bulletproof
118) 'Burbs, The
119) Burn After Reading
120) Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride
121) Cabin Fever
122) Cable Guy, The
123) Cache
124) Caddyshack
125) Capote
126) Carlito's Way
127) Carnal Knowledge
128) Casino Royale (1967)
129) Casino Royale (2006)
130) Catch Me if You Can
131) Cat's Eye
132) Cell, The
133) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
134) Children of Heaven
135) Children of Men
136) Chipmunk Adventure, The
137) Chopping Mall
138) Christine
139) Christmas Story, A
140) C.H.UD.
141) Cinderella Man
142) City of God
143) City of Men
144) Clash of the Titans
145) Clash, The: Westway to the World
146) Classic Albums: Bob Marley - Catch a Fire
147) Classic Albums: The Doors - The Doors
148) Classic Albums: Duran Duran - Rio
149) Classic Albums: Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
150) Classic Albums: Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
151) Classic Albums: Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast
152) Classic Albums: John Lennon - Plastic Ono Band
153) Classic Albums: Judas Priest - British Steel
154) Classic Albums: Lou Reed - Transformer
155) Classic Albums: Metallica - Metallica
156) Classic Albums: Motorhead - Ace of Spades
157) Classic Albums: Nirvana - Nevermind
158) Classic Albums: Paul Simon - Graceland
159) Classic Albums: Phil Collins - Face Value
160) Classic Albums: Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon
161) Classic Albums: Queen - A Night At the Opera
162) Classic Albums: Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks
163) Classic Albums: U2 - The Joshua Tree
164) Classic Albums: The Who - Who's Next
165) Class of Nuke 'Em High
166) Clear and Present Danger
167) Clerks
168) Clifford
169) Clockwork Orange, A
170) Closer
171) Clueless
172) Clue: The Movie
173) Coffee & Cigarettes
174) Cold Mountain
175) Collateral
176) Color of Money, The
177) Coming to America
178) Control
179) Crash (1996)
180) Crash (2004)
181) Creepshow
182) Creepshow 2
183) Crimes and Misdemeanors
184) Critic, The: The Complete Series - Disc 1
185) Critic, The: The Complete Series - Disc 2
186) Critic, The: The Complete Series - Disc 3
187) Critters
188) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
189) Crumb
190) Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, The
191) Darjeeling Limited, The
192) Dark City
193) Da Vinci Code, The
194) Dawn of the Dead
195) Days of Thunder
196) Day Watch
197) Dazed and Confused
198) D.C. Cab
199) Dead Again
200) Dead Alive
201) Dead Girl, The
202) Dead Man Walking
203) Dead Poets Society
204) Decalogue, The: I-III
205) Decalogue, The: IV-VII
206) Decalogue, The: VIII-X
207) Dee Dee Ramone: Hey is Dee Dee Home
208) Deep Impact
209) Deliverance
210) Deliver Us From Evil
211) Departed, The
212) Descent, The
213) Desperate Teenage Lovedolls
214) Devil and Daniel Johnston, The
215) Devil's Playground
216) Devo: The Complete Truth About De-Evolution
217) Devo: Live 1980
218) Dick Cavett Show, The: Rock Icons - Disc 1
219) Dick Cavett Show, The: Rock Icons - Disc 2
220) Dick Cavett Show, The: Rock Icons - Disc 3
221) Die Hard
222) Die Hard 2
223) Die Hard With A Vengeance
224) Dig! - Disc 1
225) Dig! - Disc 2
226) Dirty Dancing
227) Dirty Pretty Things
228) Dirty Work
229) Dog Day Afternoon
230) Dogtown and Z-Boys
231) Dogville
232) Donnie Brasco
233) Donnie Darko
234) Don't Look Now
235) Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead
236) Door in the Floor, The
237) Down and Out in Beverly Hills
238) Downfall
239) Down in the Valley
240) Drag Me to Hell
241) Dreamers, The
242) Dressed to Kill
243) Driving Miss Daisy
244) Dumb and Dumber
245) Earth Girls Are Easy
246) Eastern Promises
247) Edge, The
248) Edukators, The
249) Edward Scissorhands
250) El Bola
251) Electric Shadows
252) Elephant Man, The
253) Elling
254) El Topo
255) Empire of the Sun
256) Empire Records
257) Encino Man
258) End of the Century
259) Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, The
250) E.T.
261) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
262) Everything is Illuminated
263) Exorcist, The
264) Fahrenheit 9/11
265) Falling Down
266) Family Man, The
267) Fanny & Alexander
268) Fantastic Planet
269) Fargo
270) Fast, Cheap & Out of Control
271) Fast Food Nation
272) Fast Times at Ridgemont High
273) Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
274) Fearless Freaks, The
275) Ferris Bueller's Day Off
276) Field of Dreams
277) Film Geek
278) Filth and the Fury, The
279) Five Obstructions, The
280) Flesh Eating Mothers
281) Flight of the Navigator
282) Flower of My Secret, The
283) Footloose
284) Forgetting Sarah Marshall
285) Forrest Gump
286) Foul Play
287) Fountain, The
288) Four Rooms
289) Fraulein
290) Freaks
291) Freaks & Geeks: Complete Series - Disc 1
292) Freaks & Geeks: Complete Series - Disc 2
293) Freaks & Geeks: Complete Series - Disc 3
294) Freaks & Geeks: Complete Series - Disc 4
295) Freaks & Geeks: Complete Series - Disc 5
296) Freaks & Geeks: Complete Series - Disc 6
297) Freddy's Dead
298) Free to Be You and Me
299) Free Willy
300) Friday the 13th
301) Fried Green Tomatoes
302) Fright Night
303) Frozen River
304) Fubar
305) Fugitive, The
306) Full Monty, The
307) Funny Games
308) Futurama: The Beast With a Billion Backs
309) Futurama: Bender's Game
310) Game, The
311) Garbage Pail Kids Movie, The
312) Garden State
313) Gates of Heaven
314) Get Smart
315) Ghost
316) Ghostbusters
317) Ghostbusters 2
318) Ghost Town
319) Ghost World
320) Gigantic: A Tale of Two Johns
321) Gimme Shelter
322) Gladiator
323) Glory
324) God Grew Tired of Us
325) Golden Compass, The
326) Good Bye Lenin!
327) Goodfellas
328) Good Girl, The
329) Good Son, The
330) Good Will Hunting
331) Goonies, The
332) Gorillas in the Mist
333) Gotcha!
334) Gran Torino
335) Great Outdoors, The
336) Grey Gardens
337) Grizzly Man
338) Groundhog Day
339) Halloween
340) Hammerfall: The Templar Renegade Crusades
341) Happiness
342) Happy Gilmore
343) Hard Candy
344) Hard Core Logo
345) Hard Rock Zombies
346) Harold and Maude
347) Harry and the Hendersons
348) Hawaii, Oslo
349) Heat
350) Heathers
351) Heavy Metal Parking Lot
352) Hedwig and the Angry Inch
353) Help!
354) He-Man: The Best Of - Disc 1
355) He-Man: The Best Of - Disc 2
356) He Was a Quiet Man
357) High Fidelity
358) Hills Have Eyes, The
359) History of Violence, A
360) Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The
361) Hollywoodland
362) Holy Mountain
363) Home Alone
364) Home Alone 2
365) Home Movie
366) Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
367) Hoop Dreams
368) Hop
369) Host, The
370) Hostel
371) Hot Shots!
372) Hot Shots! Part Deux
373) Hot Fuzz
374) House of Sand and Fog
375) House of Yes, The
376) How's Your News?
377) Human Traffic
378) Hunger, The
379) Ice Harvest, The
380) Ice Storm, The
381) I Heart Huckabees
382) Illusionist, The
383) Imagine: John Lennon
384) I'm Not There
385) In America
386) In Cold Blood
387) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
388) Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
389) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
390) Infamous
391) In July
392) Inland Empire
393) Inside Deep Throat
394) Insomnia (1997)
395) Insomnia (2002)
396) Interview With the Vampire
397) In the Bedroom
398) In the Line of Fire
399) In the Shadow of the Moon
400) In the Soup
401) Into the Wild
402) Iron Maiden: The Early Days - Disc 1
403) Iron Maiden: The Early Days - Disc 2
404) Iron Maiden: Rock in Rio - Disc 1
405) Iron Maiden: Rock in Rio - Disc 2
406) Iron Maiden: Visions of the Beast - Disc 1
407) Iron Maiden: Visions of the Beast - Disc 2
408) Island, The
409) I Spit on Your Grave
410) I Spy
411) Italian, The
412) Italian for Beginners
413) I've Loved You So Long
414) Jaws
415) JCVD
416) Jerk, The
417) Jerkbeast
418) Jesus Camp
419) Jewel of the Nile, The
420) Joe Versus the Volcano
421) Jonestown
422) Journey: Greatest Hits (1978-1997)
423) Joy Division
424) Joysticks
425) Jubilee
426) Judas Priest: Electric Eye
427) Julien Donkey-Boy
428) Jumanji
429) Juno
430) Jurassic Park
431) Kaaterskill Falls
432) Karate Kid, The
433) Karate Kid, The: Part II
434) Karate Kid, The: Part III
435) Killer Klowns From Outer Space
436) Killer of Sheep
437) Kinamand
438) Kingdom, The
439) Kingdom, The: Series 1 - Disc 1
440) Kingdom, The: Series 1 - Disc 2
441) Kingdom, The: Series 2 - Disc 1
442) Kingdom, The: Series 2 - Disc 2
443) King of Kong, The: A Fistful of Quarters
444) King of New York
445) Kingpin
446) Kiss Me Quick / House on Bare Mountain
447) Knocked Up
448) Kolya
449) Kontroll
450) Kurt Cobain: About a Son
451) La Bamba
452) Labyrinth
453) Lacombe, Lucien
454) Landies and Gentlemen The Fabulous Stains
455) La Femme Nikita
456) La Sentinelle
457) Last American Virgin, The
458) Last Days
459) Last House on the Left, The
460) Last Supper, The
461) Last Unicorn, The
462) Last Waltz, The
463) L'Auberge Espagnole
464) Law of Desire
465) League of Their Own, A
466) Legend
467) Legends of the Fall
468) Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
469) L'Enfant
470) Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
471) Lethal Weapon
472) Lethal Weapon 2
473) Lethal Weapon 3
474) Let the Right One In
475) License to Drive
476) Life and Death of Peter Sellers, The
477) Life Aquatic, The
478) Little Miss Sunshine
479) Little Shop of Horrors
480) Live Aid - Disc 1
481) Live Aid - Disc 2
482) Live Aid - Disc 3
483) Live Aid - Disc 4
484) Live Flesh
485) Live Free or Die Hard
486) Los Muertos
487) Lost Boys, The
488) Lost Boys of Sudan
489) Lost Highway
490) Lost in Translation
491) Love Can Seriously Damage Your Health
492) Machinist, The
493) Magdalene Sisters, The
494) Majestic, The
495) Major League
496) Man Bites Dog
497) Manhunter
498) Mannequin
499) Man On Wire
500) Man Who Knew Too Much, The
501) Man Without a Past, The
502) March of the Penguins
503) Maria Full of Grace
504) Marley & Me
505) Matando Cabos
506) Matchstick Men
507) Match Point
508) Ma Vie En Rose
509) Mayor of the Sunset Strip
510) Mean Creek
511) Mean Girls
512) Metal: A Headbanger's Journey - Disc 1
513) Metal: A Headbanger's Journey - Disc 2
514) Metallica: Cliff 'Em All!
515) Metallica: Some Kind of Monster
516) Midnight Express
517) Midnight Oil: 20,000 Watt R.S.L.
518) Midnight Run
519) Milk
520) Million Dollar Baby
521) Mischief
522) Mission Impossible
523) Mission Impossible 2
524) Mission Impossible 3
525) Mist, The
526) Mom and Dad Save the World
527) Money Talks
528) Monster
529) Monster's Ball
530) Monster Squad, The
531) Monster Thursday
532) Moog
533) More American Graffiti
534) Morrissey: ¡Oye Esteban!
535) Motel, The
536) Motorcycle Diaries, The
537) Mozart and the Whale
538) Mulholland Dr.
539) Munich
540) Murderball
541) Murmur of the Heart
542) Mute Witness
543) My Best Friend
544) My Bodyguard
545) My Girl
546) My Own Private Idaho
547) Mystic River
548) My So-Called Life: Complete Series - Disc 1
549) My So-Called Life: Complete Series - Disc 2
550) My So-Called Life: Complete Series - Disc 3
551) My So-Called Life: Complete Series - Disc 4
552) My So-Called Life: Complete Series - Disc 5
553) My So-Called Life: Complete Series - Disc 6
554) Naked Gun, The
555) Naked Gun 2 1/2, The
556) Naked Gun 33 1/3
557) Name of the Rose, The
558) Napoleon Dynamite
559) National Lampoon's Animal House
560) National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
561) National Lampoon's European Vacation
562) National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1
563) National Lampoon's Vacation
564) Near Dark
565) New Nightmare
566) Next Karate Kid, The
567) Nightmare on Elm Street, A
568) Nightmare on Elm Street 2, A
569) Nightmare on Elm Street 3, A
570) Nightmare on Elm Street 4, A
571) Nightmare on Elm Street 5, A
572) Night of the Demons
573) Night of the Living Dead
574) Night on Earth
575) Night Watch
576) Ninth Gate, The
577) Nirvana: Live! Tonight! Sold Out!!
578) Nirvana: Unplugged in New York
579) No Direction Home: Bob Dylan - Disc 1
580) No Direction Home: Bob Dylan - Disc 2
581) Nomi Song, The
582) Northwest Passage
583) Not Another Teen movie
584) OC, The: Season 1 - Disc 1
585) OC, The: Season 1 - Disc 2
586) OC, The: Season 1 - Disc 3
587) OC, The: Season 1 - Disc 4
588) OC, The: Season 1 - Disc 5
589) OC, The: Season 1 - Disc 6
590) OC, The: Season 1 - Disc 7
591) OC, The: Season 2 - Disc 1
592) OC, The: Season 2 - Disc 2
593) OC, The: Season 2 - Disc 3
594) OC, The: Season 2 - Disc 4
595) OC, The: Season 2 - Disc 5
596) OC, The: Season 2 - Disc 6
597) OC, The: Season 2 - Disc 7
598) OC, The: Season 3 - Disc 1
599) OC, The: Season 3 - Disc 2
600) OC, The: Season 3 - Disc 3
601) OC, The: Season 3 - Disc 4
602) OC, The: Season 3 - Disc 5
603) OC, The: Season 3 - Disc 6
604) OC, The: Season 3 - Disc 7
605) OC, The: Season 4 - Disc 1
606) OC, The: Season 4 - Disc 2
607) OC, The: Season 4 - Disc 3
608) OC, The: Season 4 - Disc 4
609) Office Space
610) Oingo Boingo: Farewell - Disc 1
611) Oingo Boingo: Farewell - Disc 2
612) Oldboy
613) Old Grey Whistle Test, The
614) Old Grey Whistle Test Vol. 2, The
615) Old Grey Whistle Test Vol. 3, The
616) Old School
617) Old Yeller
618) Omen, The
619) One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
620) One Hour Photo
621) Orphanage, The
622) Outsiders, The
623) Over the Edge
624) Pan's Labyrinth
625) Paprika
626) Paradise Lost
627) Paradise Lost 2: Revelations
628) Paradise Now
629) Parenthood
630) Paris, Je T'Aime
631) Party Animal, The
632) Passenger, The
633) Passion of the Christ, The
634) Pathology
635) Perfect Murder, A
636) Performance
637) Phenomena
638) Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii
639) Planes, Trains and Automobiles
640) Planet Terror
641) Point Break
642) Poltergeist
643) Pope's Toilet, The
644) Predator
645) Prestige, The
646) Pretty in Pink
647) Princess and the Warrior, The
648) Princess Bride, The
649) Professional, The
650) Prom Night
651) Pumpkinhead
652) Pump Up the Volume
653) Punch-Drunk Love
654) Punk: Attitude - Disc 1
655) Punk: Attitude - Disc 2
656) Quantum of Solace
657) Queen, The
658) Quest For Fire
659) Quick Change
660) Rad
661) Rain Man
662) Raising Arizona
663) Ramones: It's Alive - Disc 1
664) Ramones: It's Alive - Disc 2
665) Ramones: Raw
666) Rat Race
667) Raw Deal
668) Ray
669) Read My Lips
670) Real Genius
671) Re-Animator
672) Recruit, The
673) Red Dragon
674) Red Hot Chili Peppers: Funky Monks
675) Red Violin, The
676) Reel Paradise
677) Reign Over Me
678) Repo Man
679) Requiem
680) Requiem For a Dream
681) Return of the Living Dead, The
682) Revenge of the Nerds
683) Richie Rich
684) Ring, The
685) Rising Son: The Legend of Skateboarder Christian Hosoi
686) Risky Business
687) Road Games
688) Road to Perdition
689) Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
690) Robocop
691) Rocketeer, The
692) Rock 'N' Roll High School
693) Rocky Horror Picture Show, The
694) Role Models
695) Rolling Stones, The: Rock and Roll Circus
696) Romancing the Stone
697) Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
698) Ronin
699) Royal Tenenbaums, The
700) Rules of Attraction, The
701) Rumble Fish
702) Run Lola Run
703) Running Man, The
704) Rushmore
705) Russian Dolls
706) Rutles, The: All You Need Is Cash
707) Salem's Lot
708) Salesman
709) Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
710) Saturday Night Live: 25 Years of Music - Vol. 1
711) Saturday Night Live: 25 Years of Music - Vol. 2
712) Saturday Night Live: 25 Years of Music - Vol. 3
713) Saturday Night Live: 25 Years of Music - Vol. 4
714) Saturday Night Live: 25 Years of Music - Vol. 5
715) Saved!
716) Say Anything
717) Scarface
718) School of Rock
719) Science of Sleep, The
720) Session 9
721) Seven
722) Severance
723) Sex and Lucia
724) Sex is Zero
725) Shanghai Knights
726) Shaun of the Dead
727) Shopgirl
728) Shortbus
729) Short Circuit
730) Short Cuts
731) Sicko
732) Sideways
733) Signs
734) Silence of the Lambs, The
735) Silver Bullet
736) Silver Streak
737) Simpsons Movie, The
738) Sin City
739) Single White Female
740) Sixteen Candles
741) Sixth Sense, the
742) Slacker
743) Slap Shot
744) Sleepless in Seattle
745) Slither
746) Smiths, The: The Complete Picture
747) Snow Cake
748) So I Married an Axe Murderer
749) Some Kind of Wonderful
750) Son, The
751) Son of Rambow
752) Son's Room, The
753) Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama
754) Southern Comfort
755) Spanglish
756) Spare Parts
757) Spellbound
758) Spies Like Us
759) Spirit of the Beehive, The
760) Spy Game
761) Squid and the Whale, The
762) Stand By Me
763) Starsky & Hutch
764) Station Agent, The
765) Stay Tuned
766) St. Elmo's Fire
767) Stevie
768) Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator
769) Stop Making Sense
770) Stranger Than Fiction
771) Stranglers, The: Video Collection (1977-1982)
772) Suburbia
773) Superbad
774) Superman
775) Sure Thing, The
776) Suspiria
777) Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
778) Sword in the Stone, The
779) Syriana
780) Take the Money and Run
781) Talk to Her
782) Talk to Me
783) Taxi Driver
784) Teenage Kicks: The Story of the Undertones
785) Teen Wolf
786) Teen Wolf Too
787) Teeth
788) Thank You for Smoking
789) There Will Be Blood
790) They Live
791) They Might Be Giants: Direct From Brooklyn
792) Thin Blue Line, The
793) This is Spinal Tap
794) Thrashin'
795) Thumbsucker
796) THX 1138
797) Tideland
798) Times of Harvey Milk, The
799) Tin Drum, The
800) Titus
801) To Live and Die in LA
802) Tombstone
803) Tom Dowd & The Language of Music
804) Tommy Boy
805) Total Recall
806) Trading Places
807) Traffic
808) Trailer Park Boys: The Movie
809) Training Day
810) Transsiberian
811) Trap, The
812) Trials of Darryl Hunt, The
813) Triplets of Belleville, The
814) Tripper, The
815) Triumph of the Will
816) Tron
817) Tropic Thunder
818) True Romance
819) True Stories
820) Tuff Turf
821) Turner & Hooch
822) Twilight Zone: The Movie
823) Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
824) Tyson
825) UHF
826) Unbreakable
827) Uncle Buck
828) Unknown Passage: The Dead Moon Story
829) Uno
830) Untouchables, The
831) Urban Cowboy
832) U.S. Vs. John Lennon, The
833) Valley Girl
834) Vanilla Sky
835) Vanishing Point
836) Vernon, Florida
837) Very Long Engagement, A
838) Vice Squad
839) Videodrome
840) Virgin Suicides, The
841) Vision Quest
842) Visitor, The
843) Volver
844) Waiting for Guffman
845) Wait Until Dark
846) Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
847) Walk the Line
848) Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit
849) Wall Street
850) War Games
851) War of the Worlds
852) Wassup Rockers
853) Wayne's World
854) We Are the World - Disc 1
855) We Are the World - Disc 2
856) Weather Man, The
857) Wedding Crashers
858) Wedding Singer, The
859) We Don't Live Here Anymore
860) Weezer: Video Capture Device
861) "Weird Al" Yankovic: The Ultimate Video Collection
862) Weird Tales of the Ramones
863) Welcome to the Dollhouse
864) Wesley Willis: The Daddy of Rock 'N' Roll
865) Wet Hot American Summer
866) What About Bob?
867) What We Do is Secret
868) White Stripes: Under Blackpool Lights
869) Whore's Son, The
870) Wicker Man, The (1973)
871) Wicker Man, The (2006)
872) Wild At Heart
873) Willow
874) Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory
875) Winged Migration
876) Wings of Desire
877) Wire, The: Season 1 - Disc 1
878) Wire, The: Season 1 - Disc 2
879) Wire, The: Season 1 - Disc 3
880) Wire, The: Season 1 - Disc 4
881) Wire, The: Season 1 - Disc 5
882) Wire, The: Season 2 - Disc 1
883) Wire, The: Season 2 - Disc 2
884) Wire, The: Season 2 - Disc 3
885) Wire, The: Season 2 - Disc 4
886) Wire, The: Season 2 - Disc 5
887) Wire, The: Season 3 - Disc 1
888) Wire, The: Season 3 - Disc 2
889) Wire, The: Season 3 - Disc 3
890) Wire, The: Season 3 - Disc 4
891) Wire, The: Season 3 - Disc 5
892) Wire, The: Season 4 - Disc 1
893) Wire, The: Season 4 - Disc 2
894) Wire, The: Season 4 - Disc 3
895) Wire, The: Season 4 - Disc 4
896) Wire, The: Season 5 - Disc 1
897) Wire, The: Season 5 - Disc 2
898) Wire, The: Season 5 - Disc 3
899) Wire, The: Season 5 - Disc 4
900) Witches, The
901) Witness
902) Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
903) Wordplay
904) Working Girl
905) Work of Director Anton Corbijn, The
906) Work of Director Chris Cunningham, The
907) Work of Director Michel Gondry, The: Side A
908) Work of Director Michel Gondry, The: Side B
909) World According to Garp, The
910) Wrestler, The
911) Wristcutters: A Love Story
912) Xanadu
913) Yes Men, The
914) Young Frankenstein
915) You're Gonna Miss Me
916) Y Tu Mama Tambien
917) Zodiac
918) Zombie Strippers
919) Zoo
920) Zoolander

Friday, April 25, 2008

Cordell, Texas Ranger

I was wondering today if Walker, from Walker, Texas Ranger, was referencing his first name or his last name. Figured it was probably his last name, but then got to thinking that Walker would be a pretty good FIRST name. Especially for a 20th century cowboy sheriff law enforcement ninja good Samaritan animal lover guy man dude. Instead his name is Cordell. Boo.
Anyways, I was researching the show (which I have never seen), and was sort of spooked out by the many similarities between my life and Walker's life. It's really kind of eerie. So, just for fun, I have compiled a list of descriptions of some commonly re-occurring scenes and scenarios from my life, mixed in with some ones from Walker's life, but I have taken out the names so YOU have to guess whether the description has to do with me, or with Cordell (Walker, Texas Ranger). Here we go, no cheating:


________ performs his legendary roundhouse kick to the villain's face as a last move that usually defeats the victim immediately when the victim falls from a window, off the roof, and others. The shot of ________ kicking his adversary is then rapidly repeated, twice, and in slow motion, from different angles.

_________ talking to or interacting with animals—staring them down to prevent them from attacking, directing them to do complex tasks, or using their knowledge for his benefit.

A vacationing _________ (or an associate) inadvertently stumbling upon an illicit enterprise that requires ___________'s intervention and the ultimate destruction of said enterprise; the climax often comes just before _________ returns to his post in ________.

Paranormal or mystical phenomena, including but not limited to: ghosts of Native Americans directing _______ towards clues; the ghost of _______ ________, legendary ______ ________, leading ________ to buried treasure; the ghost of an old Native American shaman striking ________ with a lightning bolt and transporting him hundreds of years into the past; a reborn Buddhist monk being hunted down by a jealous monk, also reborn.

________ is often shown jumping out of a helicopter, or another moving vehicle, into the vehicle of a fleeing criminal, or occasionally into a criminals hideout.

__________ arriving just in time to save someone, or to arrest criminals.

When suspect people or criminals are confronted by _________ with interrogating questions, they usually respond by pretending to turn away, only to then draw back and attempt to throw a hay maker punch. This punch is always blocked by __________, and after its failure, he proceeds to beat them until they are rendered to the ground.

The episode often ends with a lighthearted moment in which the main characters exchange jokes and have a good laugh at ________'s bar. This is commonly concluded with a camera still on __________ and/or another character laughing which subsequently fades to black before the credits roll.


Well, good luck. I have included a picture of both me and Walker, Texas Ranger (respectively) in case having a visual of the person or scenario being described might help you in your decision:

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Iron Maiden or Judas Priest?

Uh so apparently I STARTED writing this STUPID post like almost a year ago, but then never posted it. For shame. It's funny to see how RETARDED I was less than a year ago, and then realize i've only gotten RETARDEDER since. Jubilation. Anyhow, out of boredom, I am going to finish this one, and also add that I have changed my mind for now, because I am voting Judas Priest all the way, and I apparently, love to use, commas. This will always fluctuate (the JP/IM preference, not my interest in comma, usage). Yeah so..... it went a little something like this:


There was a time in my life when this was a difficult question. But when i was asked this question last night, the answer came without any hesitation: Iron Maiden. But it's still a drag to have to make that decision. Judas Priest do have more groovy fist-pumpin' tunes, and some RIDICULOUSLY SILLY guitar solos (see: Jawbreaker on Defenders of the Faith), but Iron Maiden's guitar solos make my asshole burn. Too SWASS. Too SWASS. I listened to all the guitar solos on Number of the Beast in a row today and I almost busted a 'roid. Number of the beast (double guitar solo with interlude in between), Run to the Hills, fudgin' Hallowed be thy Name when the shit gets all fast. Even the non-existence of a proper solo in Children of the Damned (the dual lead shit followed by the twin tappin' chit) PUMPS MY SHIT UP. I think it was the guitar solos from Aces High that got me into guitar solos in the first place (and boy am i INTO guitar solos...). Luhdat. Anyways, as it is pointless to argue such things as taste, I decided to judge instead which band has KEPT IT MOST REAL in terms of LOOKING SWASS. Let the gaymes begin:

Looking pretty fucking awesome, I'd say. I guess this is circa 82-ish since they have Bruce already and Clive Burr is still around. Some key items: Adrian Smith's zebra shirt, Bruce Dickinson's face, and what I assume is a UFO shirt on Steve Harris; not to mention the perfectly gloomed sky. Butt, some 25 years or so later, they gotta go and do this to me:

Well actually, THEY didn't do anything wrong, it's all Bruce's fault. What the hell is going on with brown cargo pants and running shoes? (not to mention he is the only one who pussed out and cut his hair). Some people look cool without trying, but this looks more like TRYING TO NOT LOOK COOL. It's like the Oingo Boingo farewell concert DVD, where Danny Elfman comes out with a t-shirt on and some baggy shorts and no shoes. It looks like he's at a barbeque. This is HIS LAST SHOW EVER with Oingo Boingo, and he doesnt even put on any sweet threads. And it's fucking Halloween too! Godammit. He looks awesome in the Little Girls video, and in Back to School. Anyways, Bruce Bruce fucked it all up here. Word on the street is the manager of Maiden maidem shave off his silly Samson moustache and go buy a leather jacket. Fuckin A right?


And that is where the OG post ended, and now it is my civic duty to finish it. I assume I would have just found two pictures of JP (before and after) and then said how they also look retarded now. Let's see if I'm right about what I WOULD have done and now WILL do.

Now that's what I call progress. I will let the pictures speak for themselves. Now I am going to create a JP/IM playlist and listen to it out of one ear, because I blew a firecracker off in my ear like 6 months ago, and my ear is still fucked up. Sounds like a crackling bowl of Rice Krispies (TM) whenever things get too loud, not to mention the constant hum, and high-pitch noise when I clench my jaw. Ah, gotta love being a teenager. Or so I hear. Out of one ear.

Friday, April 11, 2008

It's Slime Time!

Last week I was assembling assorted specimens of slime and ooze for chore boy Rex to analyze while we were designing the Mean Jeans 7" cover on Rehab Records; tentatively titled "SMDYF!". Anyhow, I got too lazy to DO ANYTHING with the results, as I had already contributed tuns o' fine reading material to my lesions of fans out there........... (cricket chirping while riding a tumbleweed through an empty room).
It was actually quite a significant moment in my recent life because, until then, I had never reached THE END of the internet. I searched both SLIME and OOZE (and maybe even SLIME TIME) in google image search, and I scrolled through each set of results until they RAN out. Thats like over 100 pages of results for each variation on GUNK. This is more depressing than funny (like seeing me naked), but at least I was getting PAID while doing it.
So let's see what we got, SHALL WE?

This one really doesn't need any preface:

This one was basically to use for a model to trace in photoshop to get a seeping, dripping ooze. You know an oozing, slipping SLIME?:

My plan is to obtain this next item and read it on the bus in hopes of sparking up LIVELY conversation with attractive FEMALES:

Was gonna suggest Christian buy this guitar, but he already bought one just as SWEET, but not quite as GREEN:

After work I'm headed down to 12345 Any Street to donkey punch whoever is responsible for NOT INVITING ME to this party:

Found inspiration for the title of the first LP:

I wonder if he was playing THIS guitar when he got shot:

My favorite Commodore 64 game, BY FAR:


When I'm not hard at work on this BLOG, I'm most likely just kiknbaque in my fave spot, the SLIME POOL:

Is this shit drawn by the same dude who does the Fat Wreck Chords Live in a Dive series? Any pathetic losers out there even know what the hell I am talking about or did you decide to GROW UP and GET A JOB and STOP LISTENING TO MAD CADDIES ALL DAY?:

My grandma's favorite movie:

Oh and by the way, I spelled legions incorrectly ON PURPOSE to BE FUNNY. See you at the MEAN JEANS HOUSE PARTY on Saturday night you mudfuckers.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Are you trying to read my journal???

So this girl at the bar last night read my palm and told me that love will lead me down a path of happiness blah blah. She was crazy. I got good lifelines in my right hand though. She got all mad at me when I tried to compare with my left palm, telling me she had only learned how to "read" right hands, and that I had to shut the fuck up and listen instead of yakkin off at the mouth so much. What the hell do you expect? Whatever.
So yeah, I realized that writing a "blog" that only like 1 person reads is essentially equivalent to writing in a journal, which we all know is LAME. But I got some good ideas to put on wax here before I forgettem.

First a couple of my cash-cow movie ideas that will only rake in any real sort of residuals after the 3rd sequel comes out. Its a marketing strategy I haven't seen used yet, so I'm gonna ride that train (and ride it). Here's two examples:

Be Careful What You Wish - Practically nobody sees this movie, straight to DBD, etc.
Be Careful What You Wish 2 - Mediocre sales, strong rental and download figures.
Be Careful What You Wish 3 - Internet buzz, excellent reception, limited theater run.
Be Careful What You Wish 4 - Cash Cow Baby

along the same vein is another series, pretty self-explanatory really:

Sometimes You Can't See the Forest
Sometimes You Can't See the Forest 2: The Return
Sometimes You Can't See the Forest 3: The Aftermath
Sometimes You Can't See the Forest 4: The Trees

Maybe the "sometimes" shouldn't be there. Also, which set of movies comes out first? I'm sure the movie going public will only be duped by this sort of stratagem once, so I must heed the advice of the strange man at the Laundromat:
"You gotta know when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em"
I presume he wasn't talking about the trousers I was taking out of the dryer.

On another topic, I've finally come up with the name of my first child. And, because I'm always thinking, I've come up with a contingency plan in case it's a GIRL. Here are the names:

BOY - September 11th Bassett
GIRL - "Hurricane" Katrina Bassett

So I'm pretty excited about those, I just need to get down to business. Ladies? I'm single, ready to mingle.
Lastly, The Mean Jeans are gearing up to put out a 7" on Rehab Records. Not sure what songs are gonna be on it, but you can expect some pretty GROOVY artwork that may or may not resemble visual powerhouses as such:

Well, so long for now, I'm off to listen to "Can't Get Can't Get You Out of My Head Out of My Head" while trying to glue my iPod to my groin (maximum portability).

Friday, November 23, 2007

All Smell Breaks Loose

"There truly isn't and most likely never will be another experience in cinema quite like watching The Garbage Pail Kids Movie".

Ahhh, nothing like having to work at the buttcrack of dawn the day after Thanksgiving. Apparently you are supposed to ask for days off "in advance". Pffft.
Anyways, after hours of useless Internet abuse, I have found myself once again reading online reviews (seriously I can't stop), and I have somehow stumbled upon the Garbage Pail Kids movie. Yup.
First off, I don't think I've ever even seen this movie, but now I may have to join Netflix JUST for this movie. Here, in addition to the above opening quote, are some reasons why:

"Laughably bad performances abound, although even McKenzie Astin as Dodger delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in contrast to Ron MacLachlan as Juice, who delivers unequivocally the worst performance I have ever seen in a non-pornographic motion picture".

"I am not being hyperbolic in the least when I describe each and every one of these scenes as a unique spectacle in the history of cinema".

"From one of the early shots of a kid's wiggling toes that are about to be eaten by a dwarf alligator, you know your in for a weird ride".

"I really can't recommend this film enough to those of you who enjoy beautifully written, meticulously acted and stunningly visual films. The animatronics took my breath away as did the rewarding and at times challenging script. Valerie Vomit's own sub-plot is heart wrenching to say the least, as she struggles with her nauseous disposition only to overcome her weakness in the penultimate scene which was a real bittersweet moment of elation and regret. We follow these characters as they progress from prisoners to free citizens and I think this is the most satisfying of heroic transformations I have ever witnessed on film. Buy this movie".

"At least the starring role in this movie is played by a man that looks a lot like Dudley Moore".

"This movie captures everything the 80's were about! Corny clothes loser kids gang punks! "

"... there's 3 reasons to watch this film. They are:
1. When Windy farts off a man's mustache.
2. When Valerie Vomit... vomits.
3. The 'Too' asylum... as in the shameless politically incorrect prison for the too old and crippled who apparently get thrown into a giant trash compactor".

"The only guy that kept me interested was the greaser. And the only reason I liked him was because he carries a knife, was always making threats, and he was very very funny".

"This movie is very gross. This movie is horrible. The movie is a disgrace to the movie industry. It would be an insult to my dvd collection for me to keep this video. This movie is a waste of everything used to make this movie. It was also a big waste of my time. "Howard the Duck" was better than this. This movie was just flat out horrible !!!! To see this movie I am just apalled I didn't know there was a movie out there so horrible.. "

Man, apparently in the span of an hour I went from thinking that posting these reviews was hilarious to NOT hilarious. Oh well. Got nothing better to do, plus I am the only one who reads this anyway!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Friday, September 21, 2007

I'm looking for a heartbeat......

Because I have nothing interesting to say, I am going to relegate today's blog to.... wait I don't think I actual know what relegate means.... Anyhow, I've been listening to Don Johnson's hit 1986 album "Heartbeat" alot recently, and just generally thinking about DJ alot recently. (DJ is what his "hardcore" fans call him apparently).
So I've been groovin' to this record while I fall asleep at night. Bored at work I decide to do a little research about the man, the record, etc. So I figured I would share with you some examples of what OTHER people thought of Heartbeat (with some pictures to make it more effective..):

Daniel Powers had this to say about it:

I bought this album because of a gay friend of mine named Jason Smith gave it rave reviews! One time while walking by his apartment I peaked in the window and saw Jason dancing to this album stark naked with a ski mask on. I thought that was so weird. anyway, this album sucks!

J. Uttley "movie buff" from Joliet, IL shares this with us: (excerpts)

I loved to watch him in 'Vice.' It wasn't long after that, "Heartbeat," was all over the radio waves. Let me tell you, this song took me my ears to a whole new level of passionate music dimensions!!
As a matter of fact, I have it in my cassette player right now.
What really made my Friday nights was when the, "Nash Bridges," series made its way to the television air waves.
There were many episodes where I'd be seen, eyes on the big screen, tears flowing down my face.
All I do pretty much now, is wonder what Don has in store for his fans in the near future.
........this guy sounds pretty cool!

oh wait, last but not least, my favorite
Nelmarie Eloff from South Africa writes:

Get yourself this CD now!! Or any other CD of DJ! This guy just do it!!! He have that honey sweet voice that hookes you on every song!! I luv the song called Lost in your eyes! I'm a HUGE DJ fan and I most surtenly do recomend any of his albums!!! GET IT NOW or SNOOZE AND LOOSE!!!!
By the way, my review is that this album is THE BEST, except for the song he does with Willie Nelson. That one is not so good.
For next time: Philip Michael Thomas' album "Living the Book of My Life".

til next time boys and ghouls,
Nelmarie Eloff

Friday, August 24, 2007


Alot has happened since my last "BLOG". Butt instead of trying to recap all the cool stuff I've been up to, I think I will share with you a beautiful haiku from my friend Mikey "Moldman" Goldman:

Let's go to the hop
Where we can bop bop bop bop
Bop bop bop bop bop

I can't almost stop crying reading this.......

Friday, July 27, 2007

Breaking the Law

Greetings Earthlings......

So last night I got REAL drunk....AGAIN. Let's begin from the beginning....
So Pure Goldman tells me about a free taco if you ride yer bike to Porque No. Did that shit after work and ate a free taco. It was good. Then I borrowed his neon yellow helmet and went and got a free slice at Pizza-a-GoGo (free slice on the condition that you bike there and show yer helmet). So all in all: free dinner. BUTT... I got a call from Lindsay Kavka (she's in town fer a couple weeks) telling me that if I want to make it to Simpsons trivia night, I gotta be at 34th and Belmont by 7 sharp and no cell phones. So I had to eat my slice o' pizza while riding my bike down Vancouver so I could make it in time to return Goldman's neon helmet, go to my house, take a shit, change my shirt, and bike 15 minutes to the spot. Needless to say I made it.
Also needless to say we tore it up on trivia, plus I finally got to put my German degree to use (two German related questions...). Anyways we actual sucked, we got 3rd to last. Butt whatever.
So then I run into Nick Barbaree and when Lindsay and crew leave (she had to work at Starbucks at 4 am...) I kick it with Nick and his buds from South Dakota (not from Rapid City though, I soon discovered). I am on beer 6 or so at this point.
Party moves to Beulahland where I have #s 7,8,9 or so. I am stuck between two conversations at this point, thinking about nothing in particular. I also ran into Tony Larson's cousin essy, she had just been catering food to nerds at a sci-fi convention. Why isnt that my job? Anyways, she apparently fergot her ID so she got kicked out, and told me she'd be hangin' outside. I of course fergot about that and drank more beers. Never saw her again.
Anyways cut to the chase, we walk over to Chopsticks and I immediately put in Breaking the Law for karaoke, there was a time crunch and I didnt feel like stressin'.
Shit, this is stupid. Butt anyways I act a fool, do powerslides, high-kicks, lots of pointing, air guitar, head-bashing against wall, wrong lyrics, and then top it off by dunking the mic in the Tip Jar and yelling: SCREAM FOR ME PORTAL-LAND.....
Then I walk straight from the stage to my bike and go home without saying bye to anyone (including Laura Likeman who is moving) and her posse. I'm an asshole.
When I got home Christian was getting bangs on the front stoop.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007


I just ate a fuckin' Baby Ruth. And last week I ate a 3 Musketeers. What am I like 10 years old? They've changed the Baby Ruth by the way. Something more creamier/caramelly about it. Cant quite put my finger in it. I feel like an asshole sitting here in my damn cubicle eating a candy bar and reading about Quincy Jones on Wikipedia. I just heard that my bro is gunna be a pro poker player. I'm excited. Look out for him on ESPN 8.

Thursday, July 19, 2007


You know what I was thinking today...
The fact that boxers are normally all different colors creates a problem I just now realized. Lets say that you really liked blue boxers, so you had like 10 pairs of them. So everyday you would wear a fresh new pair of blue boxers. BUTT - if someone were to sneak a peek and notice that you had been wearing blue boxers for 3 days in a row, they would be making fun of you and telling other people you work with that you are smelly and dont shower and dont change your underpants...
See now, I actually HAVE been wearing the same blue boxers for 3 days now without showering, but I feel like its unfair to someone who was actually fresh and clean.
See now, with whitey tighties, you dont have this problem. If someone were to see another persons whitey-tighties 3 days in a row, they would probably just assume that they are wearing a fresh new pair of underpants everyday, because most whitey tighties are white (hence the name). See thats not fair I says. But then again I guess people who wear whitey tighties get made fun of anyways.
I switched to boxers in fifth grade. My mom bought me a pair of Jurassic Park ones and then a pair of Bugs Bunny surfing on a carrot ones. I remember showing them off on the front porch (stylin'). The next year I caved in to wigger pressure and bought a Chicago Bulls Starter jacket (which was later stolen...)
Time to go.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

You be the Judge

Now, if anybody out there just can't wait to see Vice Versa after hearing all the praise going around town, make sure you pick up the right one. If you are doing the VHS thing, be on the lookout for a product that resembles this here:

OR, if yer into the DVD thing, then yer gunna want to pick up this slightly altered version in which they stealthily added Fred Savage into the scene:

I still can't figure out how they made Judge Reinhold skateboarding off a desk look so convincing in the days before photoshop and what not. Maybe the guy can shred...
Also, make sure you don't accidentally pick up a live dvd by the "highly stylistic" British "function band" VICEVERSA:

Needless to say, they suck.

Til next time,

Judge "Shredmaster" Reinhold

Friday, July 13, 2007

Prince of Douchebags

Michael "Pure" Goldman doesn't know who Bryan Adams is. What the hell is that? Then I sang "Everything I Do" for him and he was like "Oh yeah whatever okay I guess I know that song". Then I was like don't you remember Robin Hood Prince of Thieves? It was the Theme Song!". And he was like, "Oh so Im supposed to know this crappy song just because it was in some crappy movie.... Robin Hood Men in Tights was much better anyways, remember when blah blah blah"...
Some people are crazy. You can't mess with the scene where he finally hits English shores and he kneels in the wet sand and uses his hands as human hourglasses. Or when Morgan Freeman is mesmerized by the binoculars. Or monocular. Telescope. Whatever.
Its Friday and there's a Mean Jeans show tonight. Chyeah Baby.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Surprise, surprise

I got really wasted last night.
I woke up with no clothes on.
Could this be the mouse?

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Wayne and Garth's Excellent Adventure

The other week I was going to write a long-winded expose on how the movie Big was a rip-off of a lesser-known, lesser-good movie called Vice Versa. Starring the elustrious Judge Reinhold and a young, annoying Fred Savage (who later went to Stanford and my sister told me she saw him smoking doobies behind her at some concert). Anyhow, its not REALLY the same story but alot of the key elements are the same. In Big, Tom Hanks just gets older physically but not mentally. In Vice Versa Judge and Fred swop bodies (they are father and son). Vice Versa was shitty but me and Rex were both sad when it ended for some reason. Actually for a while I couldn't even bear to watch it because I was so embarrassed. You know that sort of embarrassment by osmosis when you feel so bad for someone else you cant even take it? Anyhow, it cost me 70 cents so whatever. Plus I bought it because of Judge Reinhold's face on the back. Ill try to find some pics. Man, typing Judge Reinhold over and over is kind of super sillious.
Anyways, the ACTUAL point here is that Wayne's World DID rip off Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (and Bogus Journey I suppose). Christian brought this up a while back and I didn't really think much of it. Butt then I just watched Bill and Teds again and it became very apparent. For instance:
Party On Dude! Waahwiiwahh (electric guitar snippet).
Well anyways, howcome no one ever brings this up??? Maybe they do, I dunno. Waynes World was huge. Im tired. Im hungry.

Friday, July 6, 2007

8 to Jubitz... 8 to Jubitz

Alright, its Friday morning and its time to bitch.

First of all there is a dude on the bus I ride every morning who has the nastiest, greasiest hair. He never blinks. He's a black guy with long curly silver hair down to his shoulders that only turns silver towards the bottom. He's insane looking. But who cares about all that... the problem is he spends the entire time on the bus cleaning his ears with a q-tip. Is it just me or is that real nasty? I dont really give a shit about too much stuff, but this guy creeps me out. He is doing it constantly and every once in a while he will produce a new q-tip (as in a different one because I dont think any of them are actually new...) and go to town. Fuck that guy.

One cool thing though is that I went to go see Hot Fuzz with Crapford last night and while he was taking a piss some guy came up to me and said:
KOKANEE? (pronounced extremely incorrectly)
Turns out it was Kyle from the Colombian Dance Party Extravaganza (good story, more on that maybe later)
Anyways, he was wearing funny shades and I didnt recognize him, but I do appreciate people who recognize me thru beer.
Also the movie was good but maybe too long?
Anyways, I've lost focus so I'll end this now. Maybe some other time I will continue talking about people who annoy me (like people who press the elevator button even though I just pressed it right in front of them AND it is lit up. retards)

Friday, June 29, 2007

Tell Me You Wouldn't Watch This Fuckin Shit

Cherboi Christian Blunda skillfully drafted up a cover for my next high-impact blockbuster thrillride conceptual movie phenomenon. I think it is ready to be pitched to some of those smooth operatin' hollywood execs out there. They haven't seen action like this since Dollman Vs. The Demonic Toys. Hold on to your ponytails motherfuckers because 2008 is the summer of....

Get the fuck back.

Malone Vs. Orca


Watching Malone.....Alone

Man this was good. Last night I decided to take it easy and watch an action movie. Luckily I had bought Malone for 70 cents at Stuff. Man this was good.
I can't stop thinking about Burt Reynolds moustache in this movie. It should have been billed 2nd on the end credits. Im serious. If you can get a hold of this movie: do it. It's the best.
Check out the first real fight scene between Burt Reynolds and some fat dude. First of all Malone never drops the 100% action face. Secondly, he utilizes the ultimate fighting move: the double ear slap. Seriously though, watch this in slow motion. Its the best.
Lemme give you a brief what's up:
Malone is an aging CIA assassin who is getting tired of all the killing. He tries to quit the company, but the company won't quit him. So he burns all his ID cards (there is alot of fire in this movie) and drives away in his hot-rod car. Then some shit goes down.
Maybe you can find it on youtube, I havent checked yet, I assume they block me from that site here at work. His hair is PERFECT.
BUT, all of this is irrelevant because all you really need to do is find a picture of the VHS sleeve for this movie on google images to know how hard this will rock you. It is Malone grimacing with a shotgun in front of a giant explosion that covers the whole rest of the box.
This will give you a little taste for the ending of this movie. Epic.
Jesus Christ.
Also, if you get a chance, check out the VHS cover for a movie called ORCA. It's about a killer killer whale I assume. I have yet to see it, but I can't get enough of the cover. Damn.

Me and my buddy Matt Patren discovered these 2 movies while bored at a Hollywood Video in Escondido back in 98. We didn't rent them but we laughed at the covers for about an hour or so. A year and a half later we did get around to watching Food of the Gods, but I'll save that for another time.

Rubik's Cubicle

First day of work where I actually have a computer. I feel like I'm being watched though. I think I might be too paranoid to try to be funny. Every time I hear a noise I hit the alt-tab. My cubicle is right next to the damn door. This is a government job you know: that means serious business. I was told I would only get fired if I looked at porn all day for 10 days in a row. Good thing they weren't watching me in the summer of 96!