Friday, October 30, 2009

HALLOWEEN GREETINGS FROM TERRIBLELAND

Happy Halloween eve everybody! Hope you all have a fun evening of gorging on candy and satanic ritual sacrifice planned- we sure do. Halloween is the time of year when we here at EIT gather together and give thanks for the things that really matter, like the redemption of failed comedians in the afterlife...



...and grindhouse horror trailers. Here are some of my personal favorites:



15 comments :

andrewQuintiliani said...

As much as I love Ellen Page from Juno and Carlos Alazraqui from reno 911, I will never watch this piece of crap. NEVOR!!!

marahe said...

"it's open mic night for the last time" - RIP smart jokes.

John said...

Nothing like bad 80s movies. I'm always looking for more.

Meechree said...

Yo, Rock, I just blew up blood beachc!

Greg said...

that is how i have always pictured my funeral.

Nicol3 said...

Taxi coffin? Do want.

Destination A Go-Go said...

Blood Beach is absolutely one of my favs, Helloooo John Saxon.

Happy Halloween EIT

Anonymous said...

Starring in all those Rocky movies really got Paulie some good acting gigs....

Anonymous said...

Baby Ellen Page!

TVarmy said...

The more characters in a movie say somebody is funny, the less funny he will actually be. I believe they actually said it so often that he becomes depressing.

What's worse is you can tell the kids don't want to laugh at the CGI ghost, based on the forced, grunt-like laughter.

Also, I wish you posted Basket Case a week ago. I have a wicker basket in the basement, and it would have made an awesome costume if I had time to buy some vintage flannel shirts and padlocks that work on wicker baskets.

TVarmy said...

Rent, Buy, Trade and Sell ghosts? How can the FTC allow such a website to exist? This is basically human trafficking, and Ellen Page is a terrible person for enabling the industry.

Anonymous said...

I love that movie. One of my all time favorites. Great movie for kids. They love it too.

fordanglia said...

2 Pleasant Hill bus? Gross. That's my city, and the 2 Pleasant Hill was pretty much unpleasant, even with Ellen Page's involvement.

Joshua said...

Blood Beach is a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to die there.

Wait, did you say street fiddlers!? I'm so in!

Waqas Malik said...

basketcase!! haha i remember the "angry video game nerd" talking about this movie and how he liked it, which is surprising.