Big Bad Drive-In - B-Movie Reviews
Midday Madness: How Iron Man 1 Should Have Ended PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Friday, 03 May 2013 13:12

Midday Madness: How Iron Man 1 Should Have Ended - In honor of the release of Iron Man 3 in theaters this week, here's a classic: How Iron Man Should Have Ended!

Click to Enlarge... Click to Enlarge...

Last Updated on Friday, 03 May 2013 13:17
 
Midday Madness - Another Local Weird Commercial "SHIFT IT" PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Thursday, 02 May 2013 12:51

Midday Madness - Another Local Weird Commercial "SHIFT IT" - Shift it good!

 
Midday Madness: Official Ojai Valley Taxidermy TV Commercial PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 12:34

Midday Madness: Official Ojai Valley Taxidermy TV Commercial - Charles A. "Chuck" Testa is an American taxidermist and owner of Ojai Valley Taxidermy in California. A commercial for Testa's business created by Rhett and Link for the show Commercial Kings became a viral video, and the catchphrase "Nope, Chuck Testa!" became an internet meme.

In summer 2011, Testa's future son-in-law posted a commercial for Testa's business on YouTube. The video was originally created by Rhett McLaughlin and Lincoln "Link" Neal for the show Rhett & Link: Commercial Kings on the Independent Film Channel. The commercial asserts that Testa's work is so realistic that people will assume the animals are still alive. It depicts people reacting to what they believe are live animals in unusual situations, only to have Testa appear and declare "Nope, it's just Chuck Testa!" The phrase became popular on websites, including Reddit and Tumblr, spurring mainstream media coverage, including Fox News and CBS.

Thanks to Wikipedia for the above information.

 
Midday Madness: Early Tim Allen Standup Comedy PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Monday, 29 April 2013 14:20

Midday Madness: Early Tim Allen Standup Comedy - Here's some pre-Home Improvement Tim Allen standup comedy for you. It's easy to see where the premise for his popular television series came from.

In case you're wondering about the mugshot, on October 2, 1978, Allen was arrested in the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport for possession of over 650 grams (1.4 lb) of cocaine. He subsequently pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges, and provided the names of other dealers in exchange for a sentence of three to seven years rather than a possible life imprisonment. He was paroled on June 12, 1981, after serving 2 years and 4 months in Federal Correctional Institution, Sandstone in Sandstone, Minnesota.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2013 14:27
 
«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»

Page 10 of 102
Free joomla templates created by Lonex.

Follow Us on Twitter

Twitter Image

Like Us on Facebook

Big Bad Plea

If you've enjoyed our site, How about buying us some popcorn? Thank you for your donation.

Amount: