Discussion in 'Community' started by JoinTheSchwarz
, Feb 7, 2015.
Well, in that case:
There were a couple of times where I had to ask how much longer until the thing ended, but we made it all the way through... truly a bonding experience--group torture.
Don't make me whip out the Jess Franco!
Honestly that first "We're only 30 minutes in" was the scariest part of the whole film.
I think The Black Gestapo is going to be horribly awesome.
Okay, yeah, that's got my vote.
Edit: I mean, my god, look at this theatrical poster:
Yeah, I'd go with that one too.
A Nazi theme was one of my secret preferences.
Top 5 fake arm moments:
5. crawling out from behind the washing machine
4. fake arm origin story
3. Joel and fake arm share a scream at the bottom of the hole
2. first appearance of fake arm
1. oven surprise
You have to be there next time, tom
The Black Gestapo would be a fine choice.
If we're going the Nazi route, Iron Sky is on Youtube as well.
definitely. i was bummed that i missed last night.
You missed last night? I thought there was a tom in the room, and I assumed it was you... lol.
Starcrash is up on youtube too, for your consideration.
I was tom. I thought the "I have to go watch big hero 6 with my boyfriend" made that obvious. Clearly I portrayed him far too well.
Who played "Pump up the Jam," then? I thought for sure that was a Tom playlist addition.
I thought my saying "bye, Amy" when you left was a big enough hint, yes.
lol.... I guess I wasn't following the chat as closely as I thought.
And she didn't mention nachos once.
Oh, Dani, about those anti-spaghetti westerns: it was kind of the norm back in the day for many Italian exploitation movies, although they rarely filmed much apart from establishing shots. For example, in The Bronx Warriors (The Warriors meets Mad Max!), there's a shot of the heroes climbing off some sewer to find themselves next to the Hudson River, pausing for a second to take a look at the cityscape and then going their way. They flew the three main actors to NYC and filmed something like ten seconds of footage. The rest of the post-apocalyptic Bronx? Rome.
What's that one movie where Mark Hamill turns into a slimy bug monster and dies? I suggest that one for a future session.