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    Gotta love the cover art...

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    He is wearing the hell out of those acid washed jeans.

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    He's wearing the Hell out of that moustache too.
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    I thought that was a shadow.

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    Acid-washed Moose Knuckle...IN COLOR!!

    The male moose knuckle in the jeans may just be less frightening than the ghastly stache under this dude's nose. After pinching out turds like Paula Paula and The Sinister Eyes of Dr. Orloff, Intervision(or Severin) is making a nice recovery with this and Sledgehammer. Sold!

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    Paula Paula and Orloff weren't classic Franco's by any stretch but I was still happy to have them. Collector nerd mentality I guess. I'm glad to see them focusing on this oddball fringe stuff. Some people are complaining that they don't improve on the VHS releases but the extras on Sledgehammer were good and since the tapes for all of this stuff are long out of print and hard to find, I'm glad some of these titles are becoming available again. Low budget crapfests they may be, but they have their place.
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    I still can't understand why you dillbags like this movie so much. It's miserable...and not in a good way.

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    Go read my review. There plenty of examples of good ways. It's joyous fucked-up fun. It even has fart humor. Don't be such an old man, you fucking janitor dink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Jordan View Post
    Go read my review. There plenty of examples of good ways. It's joyous fucked-up fun. It even has fart humor. Don't be such an old man, you fucking janitor dink.
    I think he's talking about Things? Or maybe not.

    Either way, I love both of those movies but can completely understand why someone else might not, especially Things, which really is an endurance test. I mean there are long stretches in that movie where nothing happens, people just look in cupboards and comment nonsensically about things that make no sense. There isn't really much of a discernable story to it. At least Sledgehammer does have a story. Sort of.
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    I mixed the two movies in my post. Not my fault, I blame Afroman. Either way Paul is being a janitor's dink.

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