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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.
5 lies anime taught me
“No matter what Yu-Gi-Oh tries to push, believing in yourself isn’t enough. Beg pardon, Inuyasha, but you can’t just swing Tessaiga around like a drunken baseball player. Hey, Naruto, sometimes you have to do more than say ‘believe it’ and punch.”Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) is a long, dull trainwreck
“It’s amazing that a 150-minute film has such a flat and underdeveloped story. It really feels like a rush job, or that it’s a film based on cheap fan-service, or made by a committee.”Skidoo (1968), the lost recap (part 11 of 14): And prison gets a little bit gayer
Tony and the gang give LSD to the entire prison with hopelessly unfunny results, and we learn there’s nothing like the love between Frank Gorshin and his seven foot tall giant.Deadpool (2016): A love story
“Wade Wilson might be a rude, violent borderline sociopath with a potty-mouth who drops more F-bombs in the first 20 minutes of this movie than all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Fox-Marvel movies combined, but he isn’t (completely) lying when he calls this film ‘a love story’”Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny (1972)
"After seeing this movie, all your kids will want for Christmas is some serious psychotherapy."Why we will always love survival movies
“Instead of being a stage for interpersonal conflict and contrasting approaches to problem-solving, the inhospitable setting becomes a kind of all-powerful God dictating the conditions and restrictions of both story and shooting.”
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