Wednesday, August 03, 2011

MAGIC DOG OR GHOST DOG?

You decide!

29 comments :

Anonymous said...

Ghost oh yes but what about ghost power!!!

Mr. Tastee said...

All dogs go to limbo until they hit a kid in the nuts with a baseball.

Christopher said...

All Dogs Go to Adobe AfterEffects.

Also, if my dad was Diabolik, I wouldn't need to also have a ghost dog. That's just being greedy.

commandercool said...

Damn, every part of that was needlessly sinister.

Anonymous said...

"YES, MOMS WILL!"?

Wtf

Phineas said...

Why was the dad so upset about that personal ad? "Must love 12-year-old boys and baking cookies" doesn't sound like anything remotely pedophile-related.

Trish said...

Oh God no, that gave me "Fluke" flashbacks!!!

Ravenhallow said...

That was the most bored-sounding dog voice acting. I imagine if dogs could speak, it would just be spazzed-out 'HOLY SHIT BIRDS!' all day.

b4nd1t said...

Holy shit!!!!


Look at the cop, man. It's TUPAC!!!!

BFH said...

Where's the part where the little kid reads "Hagakure"?

John Chapman said...

That has to be the slowest moving dog ectoplasm I've ever seen.

Also, is it just me or does the actor voicing the "ghost dog" change half way through?

Anonymous said...

hes gunna fuck that dog

kedarguru said...

wow. great find.

Anonymous said...

All magic is created by ghosts. David Blane and Chris Angel have ghost slaves that make their tricks happen.

As for the movie, I'm glad that they found another use for the Beggin' Strips camera.

Ryan said...

I love that image of the kids eating at a restaurant full of adults, at a little kids table! Where does that even exist?

Richard Whittall said...

I'm guessing the dog become magic to avoid confusion with a certain Forest Whitaker samurai movie.

Sean Doyle said...

At first I was kind of bummed out because the dog died, but then I heard the ghost dog speak and my heart just filled with disdain for everything in this movie.

Val said...

I just kept repeating to myself, god this movie is terrible. Well done EIT, well done.

MrsBonBon said...

The suburbs are a magical place where ghost dog vigilante justice delivers nut shots to all evil doers. Great video.

Robert said...

This film will bark up the RIGHT tree as it play's fetch with you'r hear.

2 PAWS UP!

Anonymous said...

Do I lose any of my man-cred for crying at the end? Some of the best acting of all time.

Pudding said...

That fade-out to the logo was magnificent.

FunktimusRhyme said...

1:55 Waving hello to hide the spasming arms, chewing out pleasantries through her seizing jaw, I've never seen such composure during a grand-mal seizure.

Jesse said...

Forest Whitaker was a way better Ghost Dog

Anonymous said...

why does everybody in this movie act like a seven year old kid?

Wooly Pounds said...

...and then he was committed.

Anonymous said...

I just saw the first half of this movie the other day. It's so terrible! You should've included the part where the female villain was asking for "the box..ssssss..." And when she was practically jamming the radio down her throat earlier in the film.

Anonymous said...

what is this movie and where can I watch it

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