Wait a minute, this isn't the Producer's Cut of Halloween 6. It's a rule, you did the Theatrical Cut, now where's the superior Producer's Cut? This is disappointing, like always.
what the hell is this? i've never even heard of this one before
Goddammit, Eric Roberts, stop appearing in cheap crap! You were Sal "The Boss" Maroni in The Dark Knight, for Christ sake!?
The opening credits of this film is showing the worst rendition of the song “This Is Halloween” from Nightmare Before Christmas.
4:38- Thank you very much, movie, for reminding me The Hulk, which is far, far, FAR better than you’ll ever be.
8:28- And the Razzie for worst actor goes to…
Note to self: Don’t forget to watch all 4 Evil Dead movies this week, just to wash the memory of this movie away.
David DeCoteau using the same shooting locations in his films is a lot like when Nick Phillips did the same thing when he did Crazy Fat Ehtel 2 and the Death Nurse movies.
14:30- So Eric Robert’s voiceover is like the horny parade commentator in Fun in Balloon Land?
This movie is so NOT neeto. At least I have absolutely no plans on seeing “Boo! A Madea Christmas.”
At least we have something else to look forward to next week. If I have the Necronomicon, I would use it to turn David DeCoteu into a cow since he likes to unleash BS!
A Talking Joke In The Comments That Leads To Someone Leaving?!
For some reason I want to commend Eric Roberts for not mailing it in.
So do these movies pay for DeCoteau's gay movies or vice-versa?
And when you gonna reviws some of THOSE movies, Snobbish BT?!
Is Eric Roberts related to Juliet Roberts?
He's her older brother, also his daughter is Emma Roberts who's been in a few things.
I did not know that, sir. Thank you for the tidbit.
Well, at least a dog got lots of cuddle time, so filming this wasn't a COMPLETE waste of an afternoon.
That was absolutely surreal. Roberts was the best thing in this... movie.
Being Eric Roberts' agent must be the easiest job in Hollywood.
Eric Roberts, the John Carradine of today.
And yet, they couldn't get him as Deathstroke.
I think it would be funny in the Halloween 6 Producer's Cut review, Brad initially uses the shitty old bootlegs we were used to all these years, then suddenly switches to either the Scream Factory/Anchor Bay box set release or the standalone Lionsgate release for the remainder of the review.
As for Halloween Puppy, I agree that hearing Eric Roberts not sound like he was knee deep in a bottle of scotch (as he was in A Talking Cat) was nice for a change.
Cold pop-tarts got me through college, who has time for a toaster when you're running late for a three hour ethics lecture?
I'm would love to see a crossover between this and Tequila and Bonetti and Tequila wanting to drug test Dog-Ted.
I was expecting one of the transitions to be "Jail"
If you're curious about why Eric gives a crap here but not in Talking Cat, the movies' director David DeCoteau talks about making both of these flicks during his interview with Projection Booth's Mike. http://projection-booth.blogspot.rs/2016/07/special-report-sorority-babes-in.html They start talking about the movies somewhere around minute 30. Basically, the Puppy movie was a "real" movie" and since Dave and Eric are next door neighbors, Dave asked him if he has half a day to do the voicework for this movie as well. Eric simply opened the file with the script on his computer and just read his lines while Dave recorded it but since he forgot to bring the mic/mike, he just improvised and recorded it any which way he could.
Some of the older archived videos of 2009 were brought over from the youtube account before thecinemasnob.com was created, so please forgive the lesser video quality of such as some did not transfer well.