|oogaBooga - 2008-12-02 |
STOP MAKING LIVE ACTION MOVIES OF VIDEOGAMES IT DOESNT WORK OKAY? Except silent hill.
|futurebot - 2008-12-02 |
Man Ganon should close his curtains, you can just look right in his lair.
YOU DARE BRING LIGHT TO MY LAIR?
YOU MUST HIRE AN INTERIOR DECORATOR
|mashedtater - 2008-12-02 |
1:19 did he tape his hair strands in place?
|DMKA - 2008-12-02 |
As if Hollywood didn't make bad enough videogame movies...
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-12-02 |
Oh my God, their accents are atrocious.
|chumbucket - 2008-12-02 |
is this a porno?
well the acting, writing, low production values and young dumb blond guy in scenes with young women made me think this might be. It almost fits the mold.
|sinuendo - 2008-12-02 |
Dude, where's my Ocarina?
|waxeater - 2008-12-02 |
|heyitslozeau - 2008-12-02 |
needs "ACTING!" tag.
|Keefu - 2008-12-02 |
This is going to be awesome. I hope we get to see the full thing.
Some people just can't let their childhoods go.
|boner - 2008-12-02 |
They should raise some money and get Dennis Hopper to be in this, or some other actor who never turns down work.
|Cleaner82 - 2008-12-02 |
Starring Michael Clark Duncan!
|StanleyPain - 2008-12-02 |
Wait, when did this become real? I thought the original trailer was just an expensive IGN April Fools joke.
That was an April Fools joke.
This is a different one, and apparently real.
|Cena_mark - 2008-12-02 |
I am in this trailer. If you pause at 2:30 I am in the upper right corner, then in the very next cut 2:31 where Link blocks a sword, you can see my arm holding the sword.
It was the summer of 2005. A friend of mine who is into the independent film scene is a friend of the director. The director of this film needed some extras so my friend asked me to be part of a rather simple fight choreography.
We drove to Barry College which is about 90 minutes north of Atlanta. The fight scene was simple yet it took the director 2 days to shoot it. It was horrible and the directer was a boob. He bought a bunch of cheap swords on Ebay, that kept breaking. At the end of the shoot the director asked me to sign a release form. Upon my signing it he just left, no "thank you," no gratitude for volunteering 2 afternoons to his film. I swore to never work with him again.
3 years later I'm sharing a house with the friend who got me into this film in the first place. And his director friend shows up. I'm told he's finally finishing this piece of crap and needs my help, so once again I'm dragged into the production of this film.
He sets up some lights and a green screen in our basement and pulls out a stinky octopus, that he must have purchased at one of the local farmers markets. So I make the Octopus' tentacles move using fishing line, he shoots it, and leaves. He didn't even clean up the octopus juice that leaked onto the floor.
The octopus can be seen at 1:57 and 2:25. BTW I'll never work with this prick again.
wow he sounds like a real dick. why didn't you go tell him to take his stupid no budget piece of shit movie and stick it up his ass like any rational wrestling fan?
I had nothing to do at the time, plus I was so amused by the first trailer that I wanted to see this train wreck completed. So I wiggled the tentacles as he'd yell "faster" or "slower" (wow that sounded gay.)
I'm actually surprised that the octopus is one of the best looking monsters in this trailer, considering its origins.
that's true we should be friends.
I said we should be friends in the "Stephen in America" page and you found the idea quite absurd.
it pains me to no end that such a uninteresting, dense moron such as yourself takes pleasure in something that I love. I hope that you get the flu, and that it kills you.
Can't you just appreciate the fact that we share common interests. Granted we differ politically, but politics is just a single color in the varied spectrum of one's personality. Perhaps through our non-political interests we can even be friends.
|Hooker - 2008-12-02 |
Effort isn't a substitute for talent.
|sonichronique - 2008-12-03 |
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