While surfing the web today I came across these seriously awesome (and terrifying) images of Donald Trump inserted into classic horror movie scenes. The blog DesignCrowd had a PhotoShop contest where they asked people to insert Donald Trump into famous horror movie scenes. And to say the results were hilarious is an understatement.
Check out some of my favorite Donald Trump horror movie scenes below:
I thought you were good Donald!… but you’re not good. You’re just another lying ol’ dirty birdy.
One, Two Donald’s comin’ for you….
Come play with us…
It’s a robot. Donald is a god damn robot.
We’re gonna need a bigger government…
On a similar note I must confess to you, I’m giving very serious thought… to eating your political party.
Vegetarians beware, this movie is not for the faint of heart. The story starts out introducing us to our main character who just happens to be the daughter of an important figure in the United Nations. We follow her as she meets a group of activists that convince her it is a good idea to go protest a corrupt company that is about to destroy the Amazon and slaughter its inhabitants. Always a good idea! Without spoiling anything I’ll just say that some of the groups’ intentions are not as pure as they seem and her journey to save the Amazon does not go as planned.
I have a pretty high tolerance for gore in horror movies having been a fan of the genre since I was a child. With that said, this movie absolutely put my tolerance to the test. Mr. Roth had me squirming in my chair and covering my eyes one minute, and then had me laughing out loud the next.
Also, It is very refreshing that the entire story is not just a group of cannibals tearing people limb from limb. Don’t get me wrong, that is a lot o the movie, but we aren’t even introduced to the cannibals until about 30 minutes into the story. We are given the opportunity to get to know the characters and to develop feelings for them before witnessing them thrown to the wolves….or humans in this case.
In summary, the movie is a lot more fun than you may think from the previews so grab some friends, grab some barf bags (just kidding) and go see it this weekend. Let me know what you think!
I never thought I would see the day where we would have a sequel to one of my favorite movies, Beetlejuice! I was convinced that if we were ever to see a new Beetlejuice movie on the big screen that it would be in the form of a remake and Tim Burton would not be involved. Thankfully I was completely wrong and not only will we get a sequel but Tim Burton is taking the reigns once again.
Say it once, say it twice, third times a charm! Three key pieces of the original that will make the sequel successful:
Go ahead, make my millennium.
1. This piece may be the most important and thankfully its looking VERY good…..The Cast! This was one of the main ingredients as to why the original worked so well. So far we know that Winona Ryder is on board to reprise her role as Lydia and Michael Keaton is back on board as the ghost with the most. Now, it is important to introduce new characters but I would LOVE to see some of the original cast return too…like Geena Davis, Catherine O’Hara and Alice Baldwin….So basically almost the entire original cast. How could we not want that?
What are my qualifications?!?
2. A strong script and storyline. Beetlejuice has so many awesome one-liners in the original movie that this humor would have to carry through to the sequel. Dark humor is the core of the movie and a sequel couldn’t survive without it. And what are we going to see in terms of developing the story? I’m envisioning Lydia having her own family now and for some reason needing to summon Beetlejuice for help. OR Lydia has her own family and Beetlejuice summons himself because he still loves her. Anyway, we need conversations like this: Adam: What are your qualifications? Beetlejuice: Ah. Well… I attended Juilliard… I’m a graduate of the Harvard business school. I travel quite extensively. I lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. I’ve seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME I SEE IT… NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU’RE TALKING TO A DEAD GUY… NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think I’m qualified?
Let’s turn on the juice and see what shakes loose.
3. I don’t think we can have this movie without CGI, but I really am hoping that the new movie is mostly practical effects. Tim Burton movies are so well done with makeup and stop motion, it would be a shame to see that creativity go out the window. What do you want to see in the sequel? What made the original memorable to you?
Let’s talk about a Horror movie that is definitely not talked about enough. What do you get when you combine Peter Jackson and a Sumatran rat monkey?! Only the ultimate zombie movie and probably one of the goriest movies you will ever see. This 1992 outrageous movie is a must see for anyone that is in the mood for some ridiculous horror movie fun.
Now, when you first start watching this movie you have to give it at least 20-30 minutes before you start to fall in love with it. Every person that I’ve watched this movie with is VERY skeptical in the beginning. They comment on the cheesy dialogue, the cheesy acting and the very questionable effects. Little did they know what kind of a wild ride they were in for! By an hour into the movie every single one of them were going EEEK! AHHH! YESSS! NOOOO! WHAT!?? ARE YOU SERIOUS!?! NO WAY!!!? Its very entertaining to watch this with someone for the first time. So if you’re in the mood to laugh (and throw up in your mouth a little) then this is the movie for you. Without giving too much away about the movie, but giving you enough to get you excited, check out this trivia that I was just reading about on IMDB. Its enough to get any zombie fan excited: -300 liters of blood are used in JUST ONE SCENE -On its release in New Zealand “Dead Alive” earned more than “Batman Returns” -Blood was pumped out at 5 gallons per second in another particular scene (you know what scene I’m talking about) -The rental in Sweden came with vomit bags (Caution: Potential spoilers below) And if that is not enough to get you excited, then I will leave you with the following: Zombie Baby, Zombie Sex Scene and pus pudding. Where’s my vomit bag?
In order from left to right we have Patty Tolan (Leslie Jones), Abby Yates (Melissa McCarthy), Erin Gilbert (Kristin Wiig) and Jillian Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon). At first I wasn’t sure how this new Ghostbusters was going to work, but the more I think about an all female cast, the more I like it. In my opinion the two original movies are classics that can’t be touched. I’m not even sure that a sequel with the original cast would work right now. There is something special about the first two that can’t be recreated.
How do you feel about the direction of the new Ghostbusters?