Like I said, it’s very nearly 100% perfect. Obviously it’s very difficult to exactly duplicate the glove from the first movie as it was a prop that probably went through a lot during filming, maybe even that we don’t see. So there are minor differences that only professional glove makers could probably see. And they exist.
Also, the blades aren’t EXACTLY P210 shaped, but VERY close. They were cut from, I believe, stainless steel steak knives. The edges aren’t sharp, but the points will fuck you up. As well, you can see the classic break and resolder of the index blade, which is always cool.
But yeah, here it is. Unbelievable quality for what I paid for, and, from what I can tell on his website, he still sells amazing quality gloves, and that quality’s probably grown since I got mine.
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WAIT YOU'RE NAMED AFTER MEGAN FROM THE MY LITTLE PONY MOVIE?!? THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING THING I'VE HEARD ALL WEEK
ROFL Yes! Like I said, my sisters were obsessed with the movie/show, and they liked Megan best. Apparently my mom had considered the name at their behest prior to giving birth; ultimately it was between Megan and Autumn. My mom acquiesced when I was born a brunette and not a red head and let them have their way :P So yep, the little blonde girl from My Little Pony is my namesake ^_^
Hey do you think you could gif the scene when Claire toughens up in front of Owen and he's like ok then... I don't remember what the lines are exactly but do you know what I mean? Thanks! (It's from Jurassic World obviously)
Yeah, I sure will when the movie comes out in HD.
Although the good folks over at jurassicdaily will probably beat me to it! They make better quality gifs than I do anyway.
I would like to know what Snow and Charming would think of Disney's version of them from Snow White and the seven dwarfs. If you think about before Emma knew Snow and Charming were real and were her parents that was her image of Snow White and Prince Charming. They are obviously very different from how that movie depicts them. I don't think Emma has that view of her parents anymore but it's interesting to think that is probably how she saw the two of them.
Snow White versus zombies for no real fucking reason - Avengers Grimm review
A tornado that sucks up a bunch of sharks and unleashes them on the United States and Tara Reid. Nazi zombies at the earth’s core. A giant shark versus a giant crocodile.
All timeless ideas for classic movies, obviously. And they all come from the same production company - and today, in a dark corner of Netflix I treated myself to another one of their greats.
Avengers Grimm is clearly meant to be an answer to Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s really not.
Take some really basic fairytale archetypes. Add a sub-standard ‘gritty urban jungle’ setting. Splash in two-dimensional ‘Strong Independent Women’ with no character arcs. Stir thoroughly with actors whose entire range is glowering. Voila: one abysmal production which would probably improve in quality if it were a porn parody.
But we’re talking about The Asylum, here, so that’s par for the course. The question is - is it a kind of awful that’s worth enduring?
The film opens with a woman fleeing through a forest as a ‘spooky’ voice over talks about another world in a magic mirror. You know, because foreshadowing is far too subtle - you have to throat punch the audience with what’s about to happen.
But anyway, the woman is Snow White and she’s watching the kingdom fall into war in her magic mirror.
She’s interrupted by Rumpelstiltskin, who for some reason isn’t a tricksome dwarf but Casper Van Dien lamenting the nose-dive his career took after Starship Troopers.
His henchman is the Big Bad Wolf, or rather a bearded man wearing a wolfskin who stalks, glowers, growls and - well, that’s largely it.
Casperstiltskin and Wolfie have killed the king. We know this because they toss a crown with no blood on it to the ground. Snow White reacts with staring and loud exposition to demonstrate her love and loss, before trying to stab Casperstiltskin with ice daggers that grow from nothing in her hands. You know, textbook Snow White powers. Then the mirror sends them through to our world.
Heroic rescue music signals the arrival of - some women moving with no sense of urgency into the empty throne room.
‘We’re here to… ah, who cares?’
Exposition happens, establishing some kind of conflict (I guess) between Little Red Riding Hood and the others which they all express through staring and blinking. Then Wolfie appears and in the kerfuffle they end up in Generic Dark Alley where two cops try to arrest them. Magic turns their guns into flowers and the police go away, because I guess that’s what you do when confronted with magic women from another dimension who can’t act?
They ask the random criminal bloke the cops were harrassing before they showed up where Snow White is. For some reason, rather than think they’re trying to drag him into really unimaginative LARPing, he responds with “Snow finds you.”
Snow. Finds. You.
Then Snow White turns up in a muscle car and tells them all to get in. How she got a car, a change of clothes and an apparent insider knowledge of a world she’s never visited in what as far as we can tell is maybe half an hour is never explained. But, fuck it, it’s already the least of the gaping plot holes here.
Next, we catch up with Little Red Riding Hood. Still chasing Wolfie, she ends up in a kung fu barfight with some gangsters (because why not).
Snow White uses poorly delivered exposition to tell us that Casperstiltskin is now mayor of generic gritty night time town. It helps that he can control minds and turn people into zombies. Which makes you wonder why he wasted so much time making little blonde girls guess his name while working looms.
Snow gets the other princesses (whose names have genuinely still not been mentioned at this point) to dress incognito in order to interrogate the man who said “Snow finds you.” By interrogate, I mean ask once and get the answer after a terrible impression of nervousness. He tells them a bar got torn up, and despite them visibly walking away without getting any follow up information whatsoever they end up at the bar and find out what happened to Red.
The gang Red beat up are led by Lou Ferrigno. They intervene in a fight between Red and Wolfie, to drag her in cuffs to their boss. She escapes, dodges machine guns, and then fires an arrow which clearly gains a putty head before hitting someone in the forehead and inexplicably releasing gas instead of his brains. But then the police interrupt this complete bollocks and arrest everyone.
They take the gang to a dodgy warehouse for Mayor Casperstiltskin and Wolfie but Snow and her posse get there first to discover one of several caches of zombies which they contain behind a magical … chain link fence … yeah.
Red escapes jail by pulling a key out of her mouth. (As you do.)
The other princesses reach the station in time for her escape to be discovered and then take out a SWAT team with blue mist, an explosion and a rope. Then everyone is reunited.
Casperstiltskin makes a deal with the pre-CGI Hulk to hunt down the princesses. Because the character is nicknamed ‘Iron John,’ this deal transforms him into … drumroll … Lou Ferrigno wearing silver body paint!
His voice is given a metallic twang so you don’t mistake him for the grey Hulk.
Before he gets to bust in on Snow, Red and the rest in his new guise, however, we’re treated to some exposition backstory. Red’s whole village was murdered by Wolfie, while Purple Hair (I still genuinely have no idea who she’s meant to be) tells us how the other princesses saw their kingdoms overcome by Casperstiltskin. There may have been a couple of vocal quivers to get us half way towards a cheap impression of emotion in there somewhere.
Then, the payoff: “We’re not heroes - we’re AVENGERS!”
Now Robo-Ferrigno busts in, and the fight is on.
We finally see which cardboard-cutout Action Girl is Rapunzel, cause her weapon of choice is a mace attached to her own hair. (Geddit?) But it turns out it’s a bit crap and Robo-Ferrigno knocks her out.
The other princesses turn out to be collossal bellends and abandon Red after getting the sliver of broken magic mirror she had. But then they have a poorly acted, glowery row about whether to rescue Rapunzel or just go for the kill. It’s hard to care how the argument turns out.
Wolfie corners Red in the sewers and takes her prisoner. Casperstiltskin them turns her into a zombie.
Casperstiltskin’s assistant Jessica, whose main role is to be scared by stuff and then brainwashed to forget, is ‘cured’ by the princesses and tells them where Rapunzel is. This leads to them luring Robo-Ferrigno up a corridor and having him slip on magically-produced ice to throw himself out of the building to his death. Because, fuck it, why not?
However, zombie Red steals the mirror fragment so that Casperstiltskin can let the fairytale-land zombies through to join his army.
Lucky that the princesses are on the way and doing the Slow Motion Badass Walk.
As the battle begins, Casperstiltskin explains his evil plan to Wolfie and zombie Red. Zombie Red then faces off against Purple Hair in an aqueduct. Red appears to take out Purple, but it’s a feint and they give Wolfie a big ol’ stabbing.
Robo-Ferrigno and his gang question the morality of letting trans-dimensional zombies take over the world. The existential question that has haunted mankind for centuries. Rapunzel wins him over to the side of good with exposition and hair-mace twirling. He then closes the portal to fairytale land with angry wall punching, and gets buried in the rubble, a hero.
Snow and Casperstiltskin face off. It begins with her doing a slow-mo run at him with ice daggers, which mostly appears to be an excuse for boob jiggling fanservice. She also runs slow enough for Casperstiltskin to use the mirror’s energy to knock her out and capture her.
Casperstiltskin uses Snow as a hostage and offers a deal. Snow stays as his queen and the rest get to go home, but he rules earth with his zombie army. However, Snow stabs him, and he tries to escape through the portal.
This leads to the genuinely ridiculous scene of Rapunzel snaring him with her hair, and him being caught in a ponytail tug of war before the portal kills him … for … some reason. All of Rapunzel’s hair survives, though. Which is the important thing.
Snow then turns to ice … for … some reason.
The rest of the princesses agree to make earth their home.
On a mortuary table, a frozen Snow gasps awake - just before the credits roll. This means - I don’t know what. It’s highly likely that nobody cares.
As plots go, fairytale characters crossing into the real world has been done. But it’s nowhere near as pig-fuck-stupid as Sharknado. But yeah - the acting’s awful, the serious and/or badass stuff is comedic, and since there’s no discernable character development it feels as though nothing is at stake even as the world burns.
But, again, it’s an Asylum film. Alongside their other works such as Two-Headed Shark Attack, Mega Piranha, or the decidedly porno-sounding sex comedy MILF (no, I’m not joking) this is their high brow stuff. The Citizen Kane of B-Movies.
1. What is your middle name?
5. What is your favorite color?
That’s so hard to chose, probably burgundy/maroon.
7. Do you have any pets?
Yes, a female miniature dachshund named Elli May. Two cats one male, one female and their names are Bagheera and Ruka and then I have 4 betta fish
11. How many pairs of shoes do you own?
A lot lol
13. What talents do you have?
Answered this one, I’m artistic and athletic.
15. Favorite song?
Too many to chose from 😁
16. Favorite movie?
I’m obviously not good at picking favorites, I have too many
28. What type of music do you like?
Honestly almost all types.
33. What do you typically have for breakfast?
sometimes I’ll cook like eggs and bacon and what not for my baby girl and I for breakfast or we’ll cook a big breakfast together or we go get chicken fries from BK ha
38. What’s the longest you’ve gone without sleeping?
I don’t know probably like two days
50. Left or right handed?
54. Are you a clean or messy person?
57. How long does it take for you to get ready?
Depends on what I’m getting ready for but usually like an hour hah
60. Do you talk to yourself?
No but I talk to my dog sometimes lol
63. Biggest fear
Someone I love dying
71. What makes you nervous?
85. What color are your eyes?
90. What makes you angry?
Liars & Disrespectful people
91. Do you like your own name?
100. Color of your room?
White but it’s covered in tapestries.
For all those who were bashing the movie DUFF fuck off, it was actually surprisingly positive, I saw it going in with the mentality that it was just going to be some bashy movie about high school and it seemed like it from the trailer and title obviously, but slowly through the movie and for sure at the end with a couple heartwarming scenes it enforces the idea that labels are never going to really show how someone is and that owning up to who you really are helps you live a much less cluttered and stressful life. It was honestly kinda corny and had some scenes that were really sexual although it felt like it was almost ironically put in to make fun of movies that do unnecessarily do that. So anyway, jumping to conclusions never helps, sjw’s please, and go watch it if you have the time before making some angry post about how “awful” something it is. Peace.
So along the same lines of the asset watching TV supervised, does the same go for movies? Or music? Obviously music and movies from the 30's and 40's are definitely out
The asset has only watched a few movies and they were all supervised + carefully chosen. He’s allowed to listen to music, usually on my iPod while he’s doing word searches. Most of my stuff is from the 1960′s onward, so no danger of him listening to anything “triggering.”
The Nostalgia Critic’s review of Jurassic World is both the best and worst thing ever. It’s great how he recreated scenes with his actors (and actress) and costumes and props because he doesn’t have the actual movie clips and doesn’t want it to be taken down, but the review is obviously coming from someone who didn’t really pay attention to the movie, and what was explained in it, or what happened in previous movies.