Well Drew and I just seen Lordi’s Dark Floors and we were really surprised at how good a horror film the Finnish Eurovision Song Contest winners of 2007 put together. With shades of Silent Hill, this disturbing horror film set within the confines of a hospital sees the characters from Lordi terrorising a group of people trying to escape, while trying to understand the connection between the monsters and a little girl.
Not a cheesey rock power ballad in ear shot!
And the goody bag is excellent. We’ve got the Scanners trilogy box set and also The Children of the Corn trilogy too, along with a couple of other goodies. Roll on the zombie all-nighter.
Everytime a new Star Wars movie comes out, hundreds of Star Wars fans wait in line for 6 weeks. Who are these people? How do they deal with people making fun of them and most importantly, how do they go to the bathroom? Director Michael Rotman and Editor Adam Schenck stood in the “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” line with this colorful cast of characters to answer these questions and more. Originally filmed as one of the webs first reality shows, Star Wait follows the life of a few Star Wars fans as they wait in line for 6 weeks on the streets of Hollywood, but unlike a typical reality show, Star Wait is 100% real.
This is from the movie Star Wait- which is available for $10 on starwait.com Includes celebrity comedy commentary from: The Original Members of “Mystery Science Theater 3000”, “Freaks and Geeks” alum, Paul F. Tompkins, Amy Allen from Star Wars Episodes II and III as well as line members, Star Wait producers, and many many more!
I met the original actor who played Boba Fett, a chap by the name of Jeremy Bulloch. Didn’t care much for Jango Fett or the Clones. Jeremy bought a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ to the role, an air of mystery if you’d like, bordering on, I don’t know gay. And after seeing the video below, I’m guessing I’m not the only one who thought Boba should have been called Bubba Feltch…