2 items from 2011
The final series so far has seen many a missin' consonant, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers going "Gnnnyaaahrr!"
"I'll have no spark o' scandal against her name," bellowed Henry VIII during last week's instalment of The Tudors, fists clenched and monarchical beard a' quiver. "Francis Dereham has spoiled the Queen for me. I will not be bowed. Never. Gnnnyaaahrr!"
With this, the die was cast. And, indeed, (some of) the cast were (about to) die. To wit: Dereham, Queen Katherine and Thomas Culpepper were sent to the chopping block, on the grounds of having done it, adulterously, in locations as disparate as Norfolk and, according to the prosecutor, "the stool closet."
A climactic montage followed, during which simpering flibbertigibbet Katherine and interchangeable Tudorhunks Dereham and Culpepper were gutted like hot trout, and Henry gambolled amid a flurry o' panting strumpets an' discarded consonants.
At exactly half way through the final series of the majestic period romp, »
- Sarah Dempster
The Wtf Friday Video of the Week comes early this week, and believe me when I tell you this video will have you uttering that three-letter acronym. The Amazing Bulk is not a new Asylum mockbuster. It is... It is... You just have to watch it with your own eyes and then spend the next hour convincing yourself what you just saw was real.
David Sterling is a producer known for making movies on the cheap. I don't think movies get much cheaper than The Amazing Bulk. Actually, having seen past films he's produced (The Curse of Lizzie Borden 1 & 2, Pirates of Ghost Island, Queen Cobra, Studio 666, Tower of Blood, Slaughterhouse Phi: Death Sister), this one might actually be considered a big budget effects blockbuster. Having also previously produced two other superhero mockbusters -- the harmlessly bad Metal Man (review here) and the insufferably unwatchable The Black Knight - Returns »
2 items from 2011
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