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TOP 10 MADE-UP MOVIE PRODUCTS

Posted in Cameos for Other Sites, Guest Bloggers with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 25, 2010 by Kaiderman

Tag Team back again. Check it, direct it, let’s begin. That’s right, folks, Heather and I are back yet again to tag team another Top 10… and we have every intention of making it our bitch. So, without further ado, we present our Top 10 Made-Up Movie Products.

HEATHER’S TOP 5:

SEX PANTHER from ANCHORMAN.

 

It’s made by Odeon, and made with bits of real panther, used by Brian Fantana to seduce Veronica Conrningstone, and it’s illegal in nine countries.  Some have even said it smells like Bigfoot’s dick.   Anchorman really exploited this lovely product in a way that exhausted the films humor until Steve Carell uttered, “I love lamp.”  I suggest you give Sex Panther a try, but only if you dare.

SOUL GLOW from COMING TO AMERICA.

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TOP 10 MOVIE PROPS WE WISH WE OWNED

Posted in Cameos for Other Sites, Movie Props with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 15, 2010 by Kaiderman

Nah… too tacky!

Heather, my new BFF over at Movie Mobsters, and I just realized it had been far too long since we worked on something together. Seeing as we both do lists every week, we thought it high time we tag team one together. So, what better way to do that then to present you with the TOP 10 MOVIE PROPS WE WISH WE OWNED.

Heather‘s Top 5:

5. FACE-HUGGER.

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FILMS THAT DEFINED US

Posted in Film, Films That Defined Us, MEME, Movies with tags , , , , on August 13, 2010 by Kaiderman

This is a new MEME put together by Marc (my Zombie loving friend) over at Go, See, Talk! Please, after reading this, stop by and check out some of the other people’s posts that will be popping up all over the blogosphere today. Here’s the basic idea…

We’re all picking a handful of films that had a profound impact on us in our impressionable years. We are also setting out to answer the following about each:

1. What dazzled us about the film at a young age?

2. How the film holds up?

3. Why you think it sets the standard for the genre of choice?

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