Monday, November 26, 2007

Xenu Sez, Episode 3: Anime

I'll let the show do the talking on this one, mostly because I don't know jack shit about the subject.

To answer Xenu's question at the end, however, the anime that I enjoy includes Samurai Champloo, Neon Genesis (until the end makes no sense) , and as lame as it is, I'm really enjoying the original Americanized Saturday morning version of Space-battleship Yamato known to us as Starblazers. I also like Miyazaki's movies and the anime version of Metropolis is absolutely amazing.

And now, on with the show!

Xenu Sez: Episode 3


Saturday, November 3, 2007

Reggie and Calvin, Episode 4: Smorgasbord, Smorgasbooooooord!!!!

This is part one of the movie show.

With this show and the next, we will finally be finished covering the things that we wanted to discuss in August.

It's a day later than I had hoped because I have been rocking out to Guitar Hero 3.....not well and on easy, but rocking out just the same.

Despite all that, it still has kind of a Halloween theme.


Reggie and Calvin: Episode 4



-Reggie claims that he does not like horror movies
-Turner Classic Movies
-London After Midnight features Lon Chaney as this vampire
-Nosferatu, Shadow of the Vampire, newer Nosferatu
-Psycho: original, remake
-Bram Stoker's Dracula
-Halloween, Friday the 13th
-Reggie and Calvin go into a game show tangent (but will return to movies)
-Who is Art Linkletter?
-Let's Make a Deal, Monty Hall
-Wink Martindale, Chuck Woolery
-The Price is Right, Bob Barker, Drew Carey
-Password, Pyramid
-Paul Lynde was actually on Hollywood Squares
-Charles Nelson Reilly was on Match Game (the description of Paul Lynde fits for him too)
-Reggie admits to liking SOME horror movies...
-Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney Jr. and Sr. (Please note that once again I have mixed up Lon Chaney Sr. and Jr. because the way they are credited in their various films is so damn confusing (although the facts are right) but I've had too much Guinness right now to sort it out)
-George Romero's zombie movies
-Alfred Hitchcock, Sam Raimi
-Hammer Studios
-A Bridge Too Far
-I am not linking to Saw!!!!!!!
-Clerks, In Harm's Way (John Wayne), Manhattan (Woody Allen), Ghost Busters, Star Wars Trilogy (Return of the Jedi)
-Garden State (Zach Braff), American Graffiti (Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss), I Heart Huckabees (Jason Schwartzman) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure
-Dr. Who
-The Great Pumpkin