Your hair sure is weird in this one, man.
And like I said on the original board, the piano score was the best thing about this one. Everything else? Bleah!
Their muffler went out? That has to be the stupidest line in this whole piece of shit movie. It's pure non-sense, "Oh no we can't drive the rv because it's slightly louder than normal."
That piano tune that keeps playing throughout the movie is kind of reminiscent of this old tape that Trey Parker made long before South Park was even really conceived. He and a friend named David Goodman made a really lo-fi tape called "Immature", all piano based songs with Trey singing about subjects such as a Sri Lankan woman, a dead ballerina, and twin brothers in love. Look it up.
Well this was certainly a good lesson for all those kids in the orphanage at Zugart Germany.
Haha! The fast forward sound effect was from Blinx: The Time Sweeper! Awesome ^.^
Is it sad that I recognize the bridge shown early on in the review? I used to go over that thing all the time as a kid heading to my Aunt and Uncle's house.
The long opening scene in the bar is genius. What better way to get "backstory" for your movie than to turn your actors around and film their backs as they tell stories?
have you seen the supernaturals, it is strange
I am going to call you out on your semantics for the rant you did on the BS disclaimer about Night of Horror being a true story. I'm not saying it's true, but if it said it was "based on actual events", your response would be justified. But the disclaimer uses the phrase "depiction of actual events". Depiction implies that the story is non-fiction and is recreated, and it focuses very specifically on the event in the movie. Thus, your argument is not applicable because the language disassociates the events in the movie with the actual Civil War.
Even Speedwagon is in this movie!
You already made a Tony Stark joke back in your Curse of the Cannibal Confederates review.
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.