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Ernie's House of Whoopass! September 21, 2010
September 21, 2010

Yes I Do Love Bad Movies. So Help Me God, I Do.

Well, I suppose I should clarify that statement a little. I don't necessarily love bad movies, but I love b-rated movies; you have to remember the latter doesn't always mean the former. Abd I'm not hung up on spotting the next new rising star, or any campy bullshit like that. It's just that B-rated flicks tens to have scripts that are a little more off the wall than today's blockbusters. Perfect example: Killer Klowns From Outer Space. No named actors -- other than Dean Wormer from Animal House. And the ploit? Killer fucking clowns from outer space, man. I can't see George Clooney or Leonardo DiCaprio taking a role like that, can you? Now that's a good B-rated flick. An example of a bad one? Killjoy. The acting isn't even remotely close to believable... it's like the actors aren't even trying. And yet somehow there's no sequel to Killer Klowns, and yet Killjoy is working on its third installment already. But yes, I will watch them all.

The wife and I just finished watching Machete. A very cool and campy film. In the 60's there was Russ Meyer and "sexploitation." In the 70's we ahd Shaft and blaxploitation. With Machete, Robert Rodriguez used just about every Mexican sterotype - mexploitation? Christian B.

Actually, the term Mexploitation has been around awhile, almost as long as its blaxploitation counterpart. But yes, Rodriguez's Machete does seem to be the latest incarnation, with two more soon to follow. As for blaxploitation, even though the official list goes back to 1963, I think probably everyone's personal choice for starting it all -- mine included -- is the the original Shaft from 1971. Yeah, Samuel L Jackson did a remake of Shaft in 2000, and yeah it was entertaining... but still wasn't was good as the original. I think Michael Jai White did a better rendition in Black Dynamite. And blaxploitation had it's flops too -- Boss Nigger should have been better given Fred Williamson was the star -- still available but under a censored title -- not that I would recommend calling someone 'nigger' in today's day and age. And then Dolemite was one of the worst movies ever.

Ernie, Around Portland Oregon, you will see bumper stickers that announce "Keep Portland Weird". Well to that end this news story hit the local airwaves. I understand that people have the right to protest whatever they like. I just wish most of Portland's "weird" follow suit and use this guys approach to drawing attention to their cause. This story is tempered somewhat at about ticker :55. Thank goodness Anna Song has some fashion sense. [photo] BeirutVet

Just for the record, time goes by so slowly. This is Madonna dancing and singing Hung Up. This is not Madonna dancing and singing Hung Up. Shake your body. Awaken it! Awaken it!

[Ernie says: I'm WICKED LATE on this one, sorry] Hey Ernie, I got to get up-close and personal with the world's largest airplane this weekend, in Peoria, IL. My dad was in our back yard, on the banks of the Illinois River, when he saw this behemoth fly overhead. He had a feeling it was something special, so we jumped in the car and cruised over to the Peoria International Airport, hoping to catch a glimpse of it on the tarmac. We ended up with three different vantage points of it, the first about 500 yards away, behind a chain link fence (that's the picture from the rear), the second about 200 yards away (the pictures with the nose closed), and the third, my pops convinced a state trooper to drive us out onto the runway! We only had about 5 minutes on the runway with it, because they were starting to load it up. Between the second round of pictures and the drive out with the trooper, they opened the nose up, and lowered the whole plane down about 4 feet. As soon as we got out there, they were unfolding the ramp, and the trucks were pulling up. We weren't 100% sure at the time, but the seven trailer-sized generators were obviously being loaded quickly, at no expense spared, for some emergency...we surmised for relief in Sumatra. This was confirmed the next day in the papers. The Antonov AN-225 was built by the Russians in the '80's to transport their space shuttle, and while it has a smaller wingspan than the Spruce Goose (by 29 feet), it's overall length and bulk make it the largest airplane in the world. Oh, and this is the only one ever made! Best regards, love the site. -Doug

Based upon the comic from Rob Zombie, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto is Rob's new film in animation, following the adventures of El Super Beasto and his sexy sultry sidekick and sister, Suzi-X.

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