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A Haunted House (2013)
Michael A. Novelli
on Friday, January 11, 2013
Mendo reviews A Haunted House. Pretty straightforward, really. What? Not all of these intro paragraphs can be gems! Oh, wait, Mendo also debuts his new sunglasses in this video. That's pretty noteworthy, I guess.
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.”An Interview with Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment
“Yes sir, Lloyd’s come a long way from his days as a location executive, to the head of the longest running independent movie company in America. Troma’s movies cover almost every subject matter, with lots of sex and violence thrown in, all for budgets that wouldn’t buy lunch in most studios.”The magic of Star Trek: TNG’s third season
“The third season finale ‘The Best of Both Worlds’ was not only a culmination of TNG’s third year; it was the culmination of what TNG had achieved by this point.”Hulk Hogan’s an asshole (but he’s not the bad guy here)
“I there’s been a huge outcry from the public, it hasn’t been anywhere near as visible as what’s been coming directly from WWE itself.”Interview with Rowby Goren, Writer for Pink Lady ...and Jeff
“You may or may not be aware of this, but I’ve talked a lot of shit about Pink Lady ...and Jeff. So much so, that one of the writers felt the need to set the record straight. So I now get the chance to pick the mind of someone who was a writer for Laugh-In, directed a movie starring a current U.S. Senator, wrote alongside Sid Caesar, and won an Emmy for writing jokes on Hollywood Squares.”Fear by L. Ron Hubbard
"You see it time and again in every internet bio of L. Ron Hubbard that he was just some “obscure science-fiction author” who just happened to stumble onto the biggest money making concern since sliced bread. Putting everything else aside, that’s simply not true. Not only was he one of the founding fathers of modern sci-fi, but that wasn’t even what he was famous for."
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