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A Cheap-Arse Christmas Special: The Curse of Chris Mass
on Monday, December 17, 2012
Bonus Video! Paper Jam, a film about killer printers, co-starring Liam Barrett!
The Cheap-Arse Film Critic reviews four, yes, four movies in one episode! Cheapus gets a set of DVDs for Christmas, but it turns out they contain four disembodied souls trapped between worlds by the sinister Chris Mass, and they can only be freed by reviewing the Christmas-themed movies contained within: Scrooged, Gremlins, Fred Claus, and Mixed Nuts!
Special Bonus Video: Paper Jam, a short film about killer printers, co-starring Cheapus AKA Liam Barrett! When a police detective investigates a suspicious murder, he discovers desktop printers are on the loose and murdering the innocent. Its up to him and his partner Barry (Liam) to locate the mysterious figure behind it all.
Amazing Stories “Life on Death Row”
"You might notice that the plot, about a convicted killer on death row with the power to heal people, is strikingly similar to the premise of Stephen King's serial novel The Green Mile. I haven't read the books, but the episode is very different from the movie based on them. For one thing, it’s 25 minutes long. For another, it stars Patrick Swayze."Bubble Boy (2001)
“Bubble Boy is such a misfire all around that it should be considered a medical nightmare.”Skidoo (1968), the lost recap (part 7 of 14): All things are like the void and cloudless sky
Jackie Gleason trips on LSD while Groucho Marx finally makes his grand, God-awful appearance.The Adventure of the Wrong Santa Claus (1914)
In 1914, Thomas Edison didn’t have color film. He didn’t have sound. He didn’t have talent. He didn’t have any understanding of even the most basic filmmaking techniques. What he did have was the Christmas spirit. It was not enough.It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
“So, basically, one guy was all that was stopping Bedford Falls from turning into a hellhole. I think that’s ample evidence George should’ve gotten out when he had the chance. I mean, come on. If the general populace is too weak-willed not to turn into East St. Louis, why would you want to save them? At what point does personal responsibility kick in? There was no reason whatsoever for George to throw away his life and happiness for these losers.”Watchmen (2009) is Zack Snyder’s only good film
“It never really amounts to a great cinematic experience, which it easily could have been, and it never replicates the spirit of the comic book because, well, it’s not a comic book.”
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