Reminder: our Death Laid an Egg DVD/Blu-ray giveaway contest ends next Tuesday, so if you want to enter the contest go here. As far as new material goes: in honor of the President’s “fake news awards,” Alfred Eaker will spotlight at a movie that’s been sitting in the reader-suggested queue for a while, ‘ meta-documentary (and final film) F for Fake. We’ll also bring you a reader recommendation for 1993 ‘s aspiring camp classic Super Mario Bros.; then it’s back to the reader-suggested queue as Simon Hyslop tackles the underrated/overlooked sci-fi of One Point O [AKA Paranoia 1.0] and G. Smalley brings us another mad film with the middle installment of Guy’s unofficial autobiographical trilogy, Brand Upon the Brain!
We should also point out that with 314 of the eventual 366 movies now Certified for the list, that means, if we keep up the rate of certifying one movie per week, this project (which first debuted in 2008!) has exactly one year to go… and exciting, humbling, and somewhat frightening milestone.
We asked all the weird perverts out there to step up their Google game for our Weirdest Search Term of the Week contest, and they responded. First off, “poping sit in mouth porositute porn videos” is totally disgusting—or probably would be, if the searcher knew English. As phrased, it’s just delightfully incoherent. We also would like to point out to the guy looking for “homemade interracial p*** homemade interracial motels sucking p***” that putting wildcards in your search is neither necessary nor helpful: it could bring up results for “homemade interracial pies homemade interracial motels sucking paws,” which is probably not what you’re looking for. We’re not sure what this week’s runner-up, “spanish boy was string but he had a gun movie,” was going for, but taken literally, it sure is strange. It was a close call, but we’ll go with “movie girl and blue creature tides bike eats paper” as our official Weirdest Search Term of the Week—nothing like a stream-of-consciousness string of nouns and verbs at the end of your Google query to perplex casual viewers.
Here’s how the ridiculously-long reader-suggested review queue now stands: F for Fake (next week!); One Point O (next week!); Brand Upon the Brain! (next week!); One Eyed Monster; Save the Green Planet;The Annunciation (1984); Bad Taste; Visitor of a Museum [Posetitel muzeya]; Darc Arc; Genius Party; The Idiots; The Shout; “Premium” Continue reading WHAT’S IN THE PIPELINE