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14 October 2014 @ 11:09 pm
The moment of truth:  
Have any of you ever, EVER, replaced a fuse on a dead string of decorative lights and had that actually work? I think the entire concept is a lie. This probably matters more than it should, when my now-dead string features the cannibalized mini pumpkins and purple bats from two other dead strings that I glue-gunned onto a new one. I'll pull those suckers off and move them again if I have to, but it was a chore. I haven't forgotten the hot glue burns either, let me tell you.

Random entertainment: a list of Asylum's movie monsters.. If you're wondering what Asylum is, it's the company responsible for Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus, and Sharknado. Along with many, many others. This was the original WIRED magazine article on Asylum Productions that sucked us into trying out a couple of their movies. :D

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mashimeromashimero on October 17th, 2014 09:23 am (UTC)
WHUT. There was a movie called Nazis at the Center of the Earth that featured a Robo-Hitler? What will they come up with next?
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphorshalfshellvenus on October 17th, 2014 05:06 pm (UTC)
I know! I hadn't heard of that one either, but now I'm half-tempted to see it. Though I kind of think that "Robot Hitler" is a funnier name than "Robo Hitler."

I also like "Supercroc" a little more than "Crocosaurus," probably for no really good reason.

I'm going to add a link above to that WIRED magazine article that first brought Asylum Productions to our attention. We watched their "Sherlock Holmes" and "Snakes on a Train" as a result, because how could you not? But the article is here. :D
mashimeromashimero on October 21st, 2014 07:25 am (UTC)
Haha I saw the Sherlock movie on TV one time, and it was hilarious! I didn't realize it was produced by the same company that did all those monster vs monster movies! Although it makes sense, given that they share the same guilty-pleasure levels of bad XD