Is it wrong that I kinda want Angry Jake as Leo the Lion to be the new Stoned Gremlin Productions logo?
Cue it up with him groaning at a pun, instead of roaring, and we've got an opener!
I want one made for each member of team snob. I really want to see on with Dave. He lights a cigarette, slowly turns to camera, and says "piss off".
We dress Josh Hadley up as the Columbia Pictures woman, but instead of a torch it's a brewski.
No man we need lloyd as leo the lion.
Did Sarah say something racist and you had to cut it away?
There ought to be a way to transfer the Patreon comments once a video gets posted here.
I don't like this movie at all
I like judy garland
Whoa whoa whoa that was asbestos and a real lion's skin holy fuck! damn old hollywood damn...I tend to like movies like that and from that time.
A Raul Julia movie hell yea release it!!
I like this video. It was very fun hearing you talk about "The Wizard of Oz". I caught it on TV once. I didn't like the movie very much. But maybe it's because it's like you guys said about it being more enjoyable in theater than on TV.
So you guys went to see this movie that's been out for over half a decade rather than go see and review American Sniper????
Unless you're referring to the group as a whole, it's kind of weird you'd bring that up b/c Brad did a review of "American Sniper" right before this one. It's on the home page of the site if you want to see it.
The Wizard of Oz has been around for more than five years buddy.
Meant century, not decade. But still, where is the American Sniper review?
on the home page right before this review.
He couldn't get a Midnight Review of it, but there is a review for it on the site.
Look before you whine - 'Sniper' has BEEN up already. It wasn't a "Midnight Screening " review..... look for it under VLogs.
Whoops, my bad. Enjoy Emerald City.
This video kind of makes me want to watch The Wizard of Oz again.
Oz is in da house motherfucker
When you saw this high, was this playing?:
Also, Brad needs to do a Snob on Under the Rainbow!
Oh heck yes, Snob has to do Under the Rainbow. It's legendary how bad it is.
I've seen it, and it's not terrible. Just very forgettable.
I don't why you guys are surprised by the make up. Stage make up was pretty sophisticated even in the early 20th century. The Grand Guignol was doing decapitations, amputations and eye gauges before this stuff.
David Lynch's Wild At Heart pays a lot of homages to Oz.
That's true. And the background of Grand Guignol makes for fascinating reading. I've always hoped for a permanent revival (hell, some people wish that they had a winning lotto ticket so they could buy a drive-in theater .... I wish for a ticket to start my own Grand Guignol !)
Okay, I'm suddenly picturing Ms Gooch impaled on a piece of debris, like Jake Gyllenhaal at the end of the director's cut of Donnie Darko.
Oh my god, the ,,technical difficulties" screen killed me, thats so funny! Please Brad, use that in all the Midnight screenings from now instead of cutting away, it´s hilarious (to keep the joke fresh, you coud just change the face in the middle from time to time).
I'm definitely a fan of this film - thanks so much for the review! I particularly like hearing impressions from younger generations who might have grown up more-or-less in this movie's huge cultural shadow. I also love reading all the stories and trivia behind it like the Buddy Ebsen allergic reaction, asshole Munchkins, the time when poor Margaret Hamilton was almost burned alive from an ill-timed special effect (it's that part where she steps on a specific trapdoor to disappear concurrent with flames shooting upwards - fucking yikes!), and how after multiple not-right-looking attempts to create the tornado they hit upon the perfect thing - pantyhose.
Sorry to ramble, but I adore non-fiction.... especially when it's movies!
After this, you oughta be in a mood to watch for its infamous sequel of 2014, Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return.
Oh they did (Brad did at least):
Brad Jake and a wandering Obscurus Lupa got to see it. Go watch that video, it was hilarious.
HAHA Glorious! Funniest review next to OogieLoves.
So you guys were ... off to see the Wizard?
I'll let myself out.
I love in the weapons scene how the Tin Man had a giant pipe wrench, even though HE WAS ALREADY CARRYING A FREAKING AXE...
And it was aluminum paint...
Bro Cinemark is doing the re-releases. All About Eve, How the West Was Won, Funny Girl, Breakfast at Tiffany's and Giant.
Dave, the fan cut of the hobbit is online. For how long? Here's the link
there are 2 links for the vid on there.
I hope it finds all that wish to find it well.
it's 4hrs and 21 mins
I wonder how many bodies are buried under that yellow brick road. Who built that thing anyways? I just see this picture of Glenda singing and smiling as she "supervises" the munchkins building it.
Dave is a hipster. He thinks he's saying something important or contentious when he's just being asinine. You, you know. it's the Sistine chapel but it was done before the 20th century so I don't like it. let's put some post-rock on and groove out.
He's pretty fair, most of the time. Disliking this movie is a perfectly valid opinion. Also, I'm pretty sure a real hipster (Not that there is such a thing) wouldn't have the near-orgasmic reaction to Pacific Rim that Dave did.
Wow, Dave is cold hearted. I never heard of anybody not liking Wizard of Oz. That's like somebody who doesn't like pizza.
Well, this is Dave we're talking about here. I can picture him in the scene when Dorothy kills the witch:
"Oh, come on, there were other things you could've done! And was the witch specifically aiming for the Scarecrow's arm?"
Fuck pizza, panzerotti"s are the real deal!
It's not that surprising. Remember the 'Psycho' review where he says he hates Casablanca, Gone with the Wind..... those old-school classics. He's definitely not a fan of most of the movies of that period.....except for B-movies.
Stanley Kubrick didn’t like it at all, apparently.
I'm probably one of the few people that haven't seen the 1939 movie. I know my oldest sister has because she told me the flying monkeys scared her when she was little. I think they still freak her out.
But with all the pop culture references to it, do I even really need to? Because it's so ingrained in modern pop culture you can pretty much watch the movie without ever actually watching the movie.
I would recommend seeing it. I'm personally pretty meh on it, but I do think it's important to see it, and I think an adult could definitely fall in love with it. It has a real charm to it; for some people, that transcend from charm to magic. I'm not one those people, and you might not be either, but on the off chance that you are, I think you should certainly try it.
I like how Brad pronounces munchkins just very SLIGHTLY different from everyone else.
Yeah, at first I thought it was my ears..... but it definitely sounds like he calls 'em 'munchie-kins'. He might just be hungry though ...
People who need to fuck
Sarah and Brad
People with strong Cuck potential:
/tv/ pls go
I'm glad I'm not the only one who hates that courage song the lion sings. It genuinely bugs me that the Scarecrow's amazing dance number was cut out of the film for time constraints, but the lion got to sing two songs. Bleh.
Brad; YOU need to see Strange Magic. it is an animated musical, by George Lucas about a love story between a flying barbie doll, and a cockroach. this is something you will never see again in theaters. almost as unique as winter's tale. if not, more so.
Wait, George Lucas? Flying Barbie doll?
they look like the winx club crossed with barbie dolls. the elves look like those troll dolls. the prince is Hans. the sisters, are totally Elsa and Anna. the "bug" king, is just a bug from clone wars.
it is both a movie like you've never seen before, while at the same time, being everything you have seen before. it is the weirdest thing ever.
the songs are just existing songs, that they sing through out the movie.
it really is something Brad and Jake need to see. or any "worst" list of 2015 can not be.
Yeah .... It's supposed to be based on Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream". Guess that's better than a movie with a bunch of gnomes based on "Romeo and Juliet"
Okay, what the hell happened to my link? There was supposed to be a link to the short film "Les Pantless Menace".
It's more Beauty and the Beast. really.
it's better then Gnomeo and Juliet, that's for sure. although idk.
because i am still unsure what happened in the movie. other then lots of cross-species breeding. and a really creepy scene with the girl groping the crockroach king. well, no no, more like fingering.
i forgot about the black midget...
Yeah, from I've heard about "Strange Magic" and seen from the trailer, it doesn't look very good. But it does look like it'd be interesting to talk about it at least.
it is both terrible, and amazing, at the same time. the "heroes" are terrible. but, oh are the villains amazing! lol especially mr. not hans, who's speaking like elvis, crossed with captain kirk. if they both had an irish accent. and is in love with his own hair.
it is SO worth the ticket price. it is something you will never see happen again. lucas making a musical.
We gotta get the OogieLoves crew back together for this. Brad, Dave and Jake at the first shockingly bad movie of the year, high as a kite, giggling about Nazis.
LOL it is not shockingly bad. it isn't even close to that. wtf are you talking about?
it is just really weird. it is no oogieloves, or epic. it's better then them both combined.
and it is also a better musical then the Annie remake.
shockingly bad, doesn't fit it at all. it is more so, the winter tale of this year.
Saw this once as a kid and didn’t like it at all (I was more into stuff like “Star Wars”, “King Kong”, and “Godzilla”). Thought it was too hokey. About 10 years later, I convinced myself to see it in theaters for the 60th anniversary, and ended up loving it.
Man, I know so much shit about The Wizard of Oz, I love that movie.
A lot of people know about the Buddy Ebsen thing but Margaret Hamilton also had a bad experience with her makeup. The green was created with finely milled copper and when the explosion of red smoke happens when she first appears, the metal in her makeup flash-heated and she got bad burns on her hands and face. They had to delay shooting her scenes for a couple months while she healed.
The flying monkeys still scare the piss out of me. The entirety of the 1985 Return To Oz does too. Great movies.
Whatever Sarah said... I want to know what it is!
I don't know if this has already been said in the thread, but to add to how screwed up certain elements of this film are- there is a reason those guys freaked out when Dorothy fell in the pig pen. Hungry pigs in feed mode will eat just about anything dropped in front of them...ANYTHING.
Back then it wasn't unusual for dogs of others to be murdered. Especislly in small farm settlements.
Happy fot these times to be over.
Anyway I never saw the movie and probably never will. Still know the story itself due to countless references, like from Stephen King.
I love this movie so fucking much, definitely one of my favourites. I watched it incessantly when I was a little kid, which (and this confused me) for some reason really irritated my dad at the time. Later I found out this movie is seen as a 'gay icon' and people who love it enough to rewatch it over and over are often assumed (rightly or wrongly) to be pretty campy themselves- as my dad is a super-homophobe, in retrospect he must have been worried this was a sign I was going to grow up gay! The other explanation is that he just hated The Wizard of Oz, but as he was rarely in the room while watching it (and I'm pretty sure he's down with it being a classic) I really do suspect the 'IS MY SON AN OZ-LOVING SHIRT-LIFTER!?' impulse was driving his rage.
The first time I took hallucinogens (DXM) in my teens one of the realisations I had during the trip was, "I HAVE to watch the Wizard of Oz on this stuff." I took DXM for a second time a week or so later, and did watch it (along with the original 1959 'The Shaggy Dog', for some reason- it happened to be on TV, and is equally trippy to watch when your brains have turned to slush). I don't take hallucinogens anymore and it's been a couple of years since I last watched Oz, but it's still something I know I will pull out from time to time for the rest of my life and it'll always have a really important place in my life (along with Carroll's Alice books).
So... yeah, hearing you guys talk about this movie was a massive treat. I really hope you get to do a Midnight Screening of Fantasia at some point as well, watched that a lot as a kid too and it'd be cool to hear Team Snob's take on it.