Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Welcome once again to KGB Yardsale’s most popular recurring feature (which is saying something), Million Dollar Movie Ideas. Today’s ideas are worth three million dollars though because they are so easy. They are sequels. Sequels are so easy, a child could make one, if he wasn’t so short (can’t reach the camera!). In the time it took me to write this sentence, I could’ve made a sequel. Now two. Now two and a half (if it is an ambitious sequel with lots of castles and werewolf costumes, which take time for the actors to get into). Now six (if the last three are done quickly, sans skinwalkers).
Check out this sentence.
Pretty good, huh? Now check out the sequel to that sentence, below.
Check it out 2: Mean on the Streets.
Whoah! I know you read that sentence. Why? Because you remembered how much fun the first sentence was, and you wanted to see the characters you grew to know and love again: Check, their impetuous leader; his sidekick the mysterious Out; and Period, the stunted man child with a lisp.
Here is a list of sequels that haven’t been made yet, but should be. If you want to make one of these, just call whoever made the first one, get their permission, then mail me a check. DON’T FORGET TO MAIL MY CHECK.
Totally Bankable Sequels You Should Make:
Star Wars 2: the Wrath of Khan
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape 2: Beneath the Planet of the Grapes
the Shawshank Redemption 2: Zihuatanejo Nights
Death of a Salesman 2: The Salesman Strikes Back
Back to School 2: Graduate School
Weird Science 2: Godless Abominations
The Gods Must Be Crazy 6: Armageddon
Armageddon 2: The Gods Must be CrazyMrs. Doubtfire 2: How Tobias Got his Fünke Back
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Tuesday, August 16, 2011
These images are from an Asian video game where the player is put in the role of an angry father who flips out on his family while they're eating dinner. I think? It certainly seems that way. The video game controls are an actual table that you have to slam and then flip. I assume you get extra points for how far the food flies and how much your family cries. It's hard to tell though. Check out the video and let me know if you can shed any light on this mystery.