Hey ya’ll! Get ready for that dialysis appointment tomorrow with another fantastic drinking game!! We are on quite the roll with posting, so why not do a movie that Steven holds dear to his little black heart. That’s right everyone… It’s everyone’s favorite Helen Hunt Rom-Com:
THE HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES DRINKING GAME!!
Steven would like to dedicate this post to his very Jewish friend, Brittany. Together, they can recite the movie from beginning to end. In no way is that depressing. Originally scheduled for a 1992 Holiday release, Lionsgate films decided to pull the film from theaters at the last minute, realizing that the movie’s plot resembled too closely that of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, which was being released the same month. The movie was kept on the shelf to collect dust (much like Krustophenia) until 2003 when Rob Zombie took over as director for Penny Marshall and decided to do a couple reshoots. That is when this masterpiece was truly created and a classic was born. AND!! Let’s not forget about the pun that gave Chris multiple strokes. That’s right folks, AGATHA KRISPIE!!
Isn’t that hysterical? No? Well, fuck off. Just kidding. Here are the ratings.
Enjoyableness 4/5 Carol Channings
It’s one of Steven’s favorites, and it has Chris’ favorite pun, so there ya go.
Difficulty 3.5/5 Stockard Channings
OKAY! So enough chatty banter. Let’s go on with the rules!!
1. Take a shot for Agatha Krispies (It’s worth it)
2. Drink whenever they say Dr. Satan
3. Drink whenever a real song comes on.
4. Drink whenever the movie is cheesy (in the best way)
5. Drink whenever there is a weird segue. (The grave of Dr. Satan, the old man with the gun, etc.)
6. Drink whenever someone says FUCK
7. Drink whenever someone says BABY or OTIS
8. Chug Your Drink during the whole duration of OTIS pointing the gun at the cop’s head
9. Drink anytime the kids are annoying
10. Drink anytime Baby laughs
11. Drink anytime they say PUSSY
12. Drink anytime someone dies
13. DOUBLE the drinks anytime the sheriff is in the scene (don’t be a little bitch)
14. Drink anytime a family member is nuts.
So there you go. After all of these posts, does your side hurt as much as ours does? Are your Saturday and Sunday plans instantly ruined now because of the lingering pain in your head? Don’t worry, it’s just the outside world. You are better off in here with us. FOREVER.
So we imagine you started this game with your buddies thinking “Oh man, I haven’t seen this movie in forever, or ever for that matter. I’m so looking forward to having a great evening!”
Afterwards you were all like this:
“Oh my God. I fucking hate Chris and Steven so much…. Why do I keep doing this to myself??”
Well anywho, til’ next time fellow drunkards!
It’s not quite breakfast, it’s not quite lunch, but it comes with a slice of cantaloupe at the end. You don’t get completely what you would at breakfast, but you get a good meal.” - Jacques
Last year Rob Zombie broke boundaries when he hosted a hugely successful
crowdfunding campaign for the film. Earlier this year the campaign was
re-launched due to popular demand.
Described by Rob as what is sure to be “the most fucked up film of the
year” fans have been treated to exclusive updates and information on the
highly anticipated release. Now Rob Zombie’s 31 crowdfunding campaign hits the home stretch with the unveiling of a first in crowdfunding: the auctioning of classic movie props and collectibles.
With just five days to go in the campaign Rob Zombie has now offered
fans and collectors the chance to bid to own a variety of classic and
highly covetable props. The items included in the auction include
Michael Myers’ knife from Halloween 2, Laurie Strode’s shirt from the film Halloween 2 along with a prop book used in the film and an autographed copy of Fangoria featuring the film Halloween, as well as the Black Pig Mask used during the final scene of the Rob’s last film, Lords of Salem.
Bidding for each item starts at a $300 minimum and the auctions will last until this campaign closes on May 10th at 11:59PM PT.
As well as participating in the auction, fans also still have five days
left to grab signed DVDs or Blu Rays of the as yet unreleased 31, signed collectible posters, Meet & Greets along Rob’s 2015 tour dates and other exclusive items.
31 is in part, a crowd-funded endeavor that will allow Zombie’s
legions of fans to be involved from the ground up with his latest
project. “I wish something like this had existed when I was a kid,”
Zombie explained. “I would have killed to be part of so many movies.
Even being involved in the smallest way would have been awesome.”
Since 1997, Rob Zombie has achieved great solo artist success with
several multi-platinum and gold albums. As a rock icon and filmmaker
with a unique vision, Zombie has continuously challenged audiences as he
stretches the boundaries of his music and films. Zombie has sold more
than fifteen million albums worldwide, and is the only artist to
experience unprecedented success in both music and film as the
writer/director of six feature films with a worldwide gross totaling
more than $150 million. Zombie’s Halloween, released in 2007, earned the No. 1 spot at the box office in its opening weekend.
The seven-time GRAMMY® nominee is also working on his next studio album,
to be released this year via Zodiac Swan/T-Boy/UMe. He will be
embarking on a tour this summer as well.
Tickets for Rob Zombie’s upcoming tour dates are on sale now. Be sure to
stay tuned for more information on his newest full-length studio
May 30 in Kansas City, MO at Rockfest
May 31 in Dallas, TX at BFD
June 2 in New Orleans, LA at Civic Theatre
June 4 in Simpsonville, SC at Charter Amphitheatre
June 5 in Portsmouth, BA at nTelos Wireless Pavilion
June 6 in Sayreville, NJ at Starland Ballroom
June 8 in Warren, OH at Packard Music Hall
June 9 in Cincinnati, OH at Riverbend Music Hall
June 10 in Milwaukee, WI at Eagles Ballroom
June 12 in Sylvania, OH at Centennial Terrace
June 13 in Flint, MI at Loudwire Live
June 14 in Indianapolis, IN at Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn
June 16 in Pittsburgh, PA at Stage AE
June 18 in Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun Arena
June 19 in Big Flats, NY at Tags Summerstage
June 20 in Quebec, Canada at Amnesia Rockfest
June 26 in El Paso, TX at Streefest
June 28 in Grand Junction, CO at Loudwire Music Festival
Last year, musician-director and master of horror Rob Zombie, launched a crowdfunding campaign for his film project 31 which offered a large set of perks from autographed posters or lifetime laminate passes to see any Zombie concert; to props from his films, like Cemetery Crosses from House of 1000 Corpses, original handmade masks, or even an original painting done by Zombie. The campaign was such…
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Rob Zombie’s films. I have indeed taken a lot of shit from readers and genre fans who, for some reason, hate the majority of Zombie’s films. From his re-visioning of HALLOWEEN to THE LORDS OF SALEM, I love Zombie’s vision and his uncompromising attitude. Zombie doesn’t pander to the horror fad of the day. He makes the films he wants. THE LORDS OF SALEMwasn’t…
Sun Choke, which just premiered at this past weekend’s Stanley Film Festival, has a trio of strong female leads; and this new set of characters posters from the film introduces you to all three of them.
Ben Cresciman’s Sun Choke follows Janie’s quest to recover from a psychological break under the intense care of her lifelong nanny. After developing an obsession with another young woman, Janie strays off the path to recovery, forcing all three women into a struggle for control.
Playing Janie is Sarah Hagan, best known for supporting roles on “Freaks and Geeks” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Barbara Crampton — a horror veteran with credits from Re-Animator and From Beyond to the recent You’re Next and Rob Zombie’s The Lords of Salem — portrays the caretaker (Irma), while the upcoming Kickboxer remake’s Sara Malakul Lane plays Janie’s friend, Savannah.
The ladies’ co-stars include William Nicol, Evan Jones, Joe Nieves, and Jim Boeven. Producers are Georg Kallert, Peter J. Nieves, and Rob Schroeder.
Synopsis: Janie’s just trying to get well. As she recovers from a violent psychotic break, she’s subjected each day to a bizarre holistic health and wellness regimen designed, and enforced, by her lifelong nanny and caretaker. She begins to veer off the road to recovery when she develops an obsession with a young woman to whom she feels an inexplicable yet profound connection. The obsession turns increasingly invasive and wedges all three women into an ever-tightening – and progressively terrifying – struggle for control. Will Janie pull herself back from the precipice of insanity? Or go over head-first, taking anyone nearby down with her?