These movies continue to run on TNT, TBS, and even the SYFY Channel in their original form. Simply print out the host segments for the movie when it comes around and read Joe Bob's comments on each segment as you watch the movie. It's the next best thing to having Joe Bob on the couch next to you...
In addition to being Joe Bob Briggs on MonsterVision, John Bloom also appeared on Comedy Central's Daily Show to comment on Godstuff. John Bloom's Godstuff page at Comedy Central. John Bloom does most or all of his own writing
7/1/82 WABC-AM radio switches from rock music to talk radio format
7/1/14 natoly Kornukov died, 72, Soviet-Russian military officer who ordered KAL-007 airliner to be shot down
7/2/64 Civil Rights Act
7/2/81 Stars On 45 by a group of Dutch studio musicians hits #1 and is quickly followed by other medley singles
7/3/1886 First automobile test drive
7/3/71 Jim Morrison (27) of The Doors dies of heart attack in Paris, complicated by years of drugs & alcohol
7/3/81 The Doors give fans a Morrison graveside tribute in Paris
7/4/1828 B&O Railroad laid first stone (later switched to wooden crossties under the rails)
7/5/46 Bikini introduced, named for atom bomb tests at Bikini Atoll
7/6/1911 Devil's Postpile Nat Monument in California founded
7/6/46 Sylvester Stallone born, Judge Dredd, Rambo 3
7/7/1802 First comic book printed
7/7/1862 Congress passes Pacific Railway Act to build a railroad to California
7/8/13 Rubby Sherr died, 99, physicist on the Manhattan Project, co-inventor of Fuchs-Sherr modulated neutron initiator
7/9/71 Jim Morrison secretly buried in France to avoid the "circuslike atmosphere" of the Janis Joplin & Jimi Hendrix funerals
7/9/1893 First open-heart surgery
7/10/1943 Arthur Ashe born
7/10/2014 Zohra Sehgal died, 102, Indian actress: Bend It Like Beckham, Doctor Who (1964-65)
7/11/1914 Babe Ruth's Major League Baseball debut
7/12/14 Full Moon
7/12/1817 Henry David Thoreau born
7/13/30 First World Cup soccer
7/14/1789 Bastille Day in France and all French territories
7/14/1965 Mariner IV space probe sends back 14 close-up photos of Mars, as launched 11/28/64
7/15/1853 Grand Trunk Railway formed
7/15/69 In India, a passenger pulled the emergency cord to get off a passenger train where there is no stop. A
freight train then hit the train from behind, killing about 100 people
7/16/45 First successful atom bomb test
7/16/69 Apollo 11 is launched, heading for the first manned Moon landing
7/17/55 Disneyland opens
7/17/61 The Supremes release their 1st single: Buttered Popcorn/Who's Loving You.
7/17/82 The Valley Girl craze starts when Valley Girl by Moon Unit and Frank Zappa hits the top 100 Pop Chart.
7/17/14 Henry Hartsfield died, 80, astronaut and test pilot (Columbia, Discovery and Challenger space shuttles)
7/17/14 Joep Lange, President of the International AIDS Society (2002–2004) died in Malaysia Airlines crash
7/18/21 astronaut John Glenn born
7/19/69 Senator Edward Kennedy informs police that he drove his car off a bridge on Chappaquiddick island, the
28-year-old passenger Mary Jo Kopechne is found drowned inside the car
7/19/46 Norma Jean (Marilyn Monroe) first screen test
7/19/14 James Garner died (born 4/7/28), actor The Rockford Files, Maverick, Space Cowboys, Victor/Victoria
7/20/69 First manned Moon landing, Neil Armstrong is first to step on the Moon
7/21/1899 Ernest Hemingway born
7/21/14 Dan Borislow died, 52, telecommunications inventor of magicJack
7/22/40 Alex Trebek born, what is Host of Jeopardy
7/22/69 Department of Defense admits that nerve gas has been shipped to US forces overseas
7/23/13 Mike Morwood died, 62, Australian archaeologist, discoverer of the Flores Hobbit
7/24/13 Virginia E. Johnson died, 88, American sexologist (Masters & Johnson)
7/24/69 Apollo 11 splashes down and is picked up by USS Hornet after successful trip to Moon
7/24/74 The Supreme Court rules 8-0 that President Nixon cannot withhold Watergate tapes by executive privilege
7/25/78 First test-tube baby born after fertilization outside the womb
7/26/14 New Moon, werewolf threat low
7/26/1908 FBI founded
7/26/76 Ted Nugent's self titled album goes gold
7/27/53 Korean War ends with an armistice, a permanent treaty has never been signed. US flag may be flown at half-mast until sunset in recognition of Korean War vets
7/27/64 British Parliament honors Sir Winston Churchill on his last day in the House of Commons
7/27/74 The House of Representatives approves the first of 3 articles of impeachment against President Nixon
7/28/64 The Ranger VII begins sending back photos of the Moon for 3 days, including possible manned landing sites
7/28/69 The Nixon Administration reports a three billion dollar surplus for the year ending June 30th
7/28/29 Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis born
7/28/76 Fly Like An Eagle album by The Steve Miller Band goes gold, and eventually platinum
7/28/14 James Shigeta died, 85, American actor (Flower Drum Song, Die Hard, Mulan)
7/29/58 NASA founded
7/30/13 Harry F. Byrd, Jr. died, 98, member of the United States Senate from Virginia (1965–1983)
7/30/14 Rick Mittleman died, 84, American television writer (Bewitched, CHiPs, Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., The Odd Couple)
7/31/13 Michael Ansara died, 91, Syrian-born American actor (Broken Arrow, Star Trek, I Dream Of Jeannie)
8/1/42 Jerry Garcia born, singer
8/2/64 Two US destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin report being attacked by North Vietnamese PT boats
8/2/1892 Escalator patent granted
8/2/61 The Beatles begin a 2 year run at The Cavern Club in Liverpool
8/2/69 President Nixon becomes the first US president to visit a communist nation in peacetime, Romania
8/3/49 NBA founded
8/3/71 Ringo Starr's 1st solo hit goes gold: It Don't Come Easy. Paul McCartney forms new group Wings
8/4/64 US retaliates for Gulf of Tonkin Incident with bombing raids of North Vietnam, starting the Vietnam War
8/4/1901 Louis Armstrong born
8/4/1790 US Coast Guard founded by Alexander Hamilton under the Treasury Department to enforce US customs laws
8/5/62 Marilyn Monroe born
8/5/1861 First Income Tax imposed, as a war measure
8/5/1961 Warmest temperature on record for state of Washington, 118 degrees F. at Ice Harbor Dam
8/6/38 Isaac Hayes born, singer
8/6/82 movie "Pink Floyd The Wall" premieres in New York starring "near-catatonic" Bob Geldof in a film with no
plot or dialogue, directed by Alan Parker
8/6/70 An antiwar concert on the anniversary of Hiroshima is cancelled in Philadelphia after disappointing turnout
in New York's Shea Stadium of just 20,000 paid tickets
8/7/1782 George Washington creates first US military award
8/7/1560 Countess Elizabeth Bathory born, said to have tortured and killed over 600 girls in Hungary and bathing
in their blood before being placed under house arrest in a tower room
8/7/71 The Bee Gees have their 1st number one hit of 7 in the US, their only US hit without faletto singing style
8/8/21 Esther Williams born
8/8/1786 Congress approved the Dollar for US monetary system
8/8/1829 Stourbridge Lion locomotive first run, in Pennslvania
8/8/80 The Plasmatics on tour are refused permission to blow up a car onstage in London
8/8/81 Soul backup singer/songwriter Luther Vandross gets his 1st solo hit album & single
8/8/74 Richard Nixon announces his resignation as President
8/9/74 President Ford inaugurated
8/9/1930 Warmest day on record for state of Tennessee, 113 degrees F. in Perryville
8/9/78 blues legend Muddy Waters performs at the White House for a presidential picnic
8/9/82 themesong of movie Rocky 3 "Eye Of The Tiger" goes gold as both single and album
8/9/69 Five murder victims including Sharon Tate discovered in a Bel Air, Los Angeles house. In December,
Charles Manson will be indicted for ordering the deaths
8/9/65 Missile-silo in Arkansas blows up, killing 53 men. And Singapore declares independence from Malaysia
8/10/14 Full Moon, lock Larry Talbut in his room
8/10/1846 Smithsonian created, with a donated collection of kites
8/10/1999 Russia President Yeltsin replaced the Prime Minister with virtually unknown former KGB agent
8/10/1936 Warmest temperature on record in state of Arkansas, 120 degrees F. in Ozark, and in state of
Louisiana, 114 degrees in Plain Dealing
8/10/1898 Warmest temperature on record in state of Oregon, 119 degrees in Pendleton
8/10/09 Leo Fender born, founder of Fender Guitars, sold to CBS Records for $13,000,000 in 1965
8/10/43 Ronnie Bennett of The Ronettes, singer wife of Phil Spector
8/11/1909 First SOS emergency signaled radioed
8/11/72 San Antonio declares Cheech and Chong Day
8/11/65 Riots break out in Watts, California, causing $40,000,000 in damage and 34 deaths
8/11/14 Robin Williams died (63) Good Morning Vietnam, Mork & Mindy, Night At The Museum, Popeye
8-12 Two-day annual Perseid meteor shower starts, up to 50 per minute in the northeast sky
8/12/81 First personal computer (IBM)
8/12/1936 Warmest day on record in state of Texas, 120 degrees in Seymour
8/13/80 Masked thieves tie up Todd Rundgren and strip his house of valuables, one of them humming
Rundgren's hit "I Saw The Light"
8/13/71 King Curtis of The Coasters (Yakety Yak) stabbed to death outside his New York apartment
8/13/81 President Reagan signs the biggest tax cut in US history, The Economic Recovery Act, starting a decade of
prosperity and low unemployment
8/13/51 Dan Fogelberg born, singer
8/14/45 V-J Day, Japan surrenders, though not recognized by Japanese forces in mainland asia
8/14/40 Dash Crofts born, singer/instrumentalist with Jim Seals, their 1st was "Tequila" by another name
8/14/41 David Crosby born, of Crosby Stills & Nash (which is not a law firm)
8/14/74 Paul Anka's "Having My Baby" goes gold despite boycott by feminists
8/15/1769 Napoleon born, referred to by Nostradamus as the 1st of 3 antichrists (his 2nd was Hitler)
8/15/79 movie Americathon premieres, a hit satire in which America goes bankrupt billions of dollars in debt & has
a telethon to raise money
8/16/1896 Gold discovered up north in Canada & Alaska, starting the Klondike gold rush
8/16/53 James Taylor born, singer and anti-nuke activist
8/16/79 one-hit wonder "My Sharona" by The Knack goes gold, with #1 single & album the following week
8/16/77 Elvis Presley found dead of natural causes at home on the bathroom floor 2 weeks after ex-bodyguards
released a tell-all book about him
8/17/77 FTD (Florists Transworld Delivery) reports the most flowers ever ordered in one day, by fans to be
delivered to Graceland, home of Elvis
8/17/1807 First steamboat trip
8/18/1872 First mail-order catalog issued
8/18/77 Over 75,000 fans show up for the funeral of Elvis, 150 people inside Graceland include Col. Parker
in shirtsleeves and a baseball cap
8/19 National Aviation Day, also Orville Wright's birthday
8/19/40 Johnny Nash born, singer "I Can See Clearly Now"
8/19/80 Debut album of Christopher Cross goes platinum as well as the single "Sailing"
8/20/42 Plutonium first weighed for a project in Manhattan
8/20/48 Robert Plant born, lead vocalist for Led Zeppelin
8/20/69 Frank Zappa disbands the Mothers Of Invention because people at concerts "clap for all the wrong reaons"
8/20/81 Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band perform a benefit for Vietnam veterans in Los Angeles
8/21/1581 Spain founds city of Pueblo, naming it "New Mexico"
8/21/41 Kenny Rogers born, country singer/actor "The Gambler"
8/21/65 Astronauts Cooper and Conrad begin 128 orbits of Earth in 8 days in Gemini 5
8/22/1865 Liquid soap patent issued
8/23/1912 Gene Kelly born, just singin' & dancin' in the rain
8/23/47 Keith Moon born (died 1978), of The Who
8/23/49 Rick Springfield born, Grammy-winning singer
8/24/49 North American Treaty Org (NATO) established
8/24/81 Mark David Chapman sentenced to "20 years to life" for murder of John Lennon
8/25/14 New Moon, werewolf threat level green
8/25/54 Elvis Costello born, no relation to Elvis Presley though I'm not sure of Lou Costello
8/25/1877 Joshua Lionel Cohen born, founder of Lionel Trains
8/25/79 jazz bandleader Stan Kenton died, his horn charts were also used in the rock music of "Chicago"
8/26/50 Bob & Dick Cowsill born, of the singing Cowsill Family
8/26/48 Valerie Simpson born, music composer "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" with Nickolas Ashford
8/26/81 Lee Hays died, cofounder of The Weavers and cowriter of "If I Had A Hammer"
8/26/1765 Protests against the Stamp Act imposed only on colonies turn violent
8/26/65 Pres. Johnson uses an executive order to make childless married men the same as single men for draft status
8/27/1910 Mother Teresa born
8/27/42 B. J. Thomas born, Grammy-winning singer "Hooked On A Feeling"
8/27/42 Daryl Dragon born, singer "The Captain & Tennille"
8/27/64 South Vietnam's constitution is repealed and a military triumvirate takes over
8/27/82 Robert Plant's 1st solo album since Led Zeppelin broke up goes gold
8/28/1753 The Liberty Bell set up in Pennsylvania Assembly
8/28/1864 US Post Office establishes 1st permanent Railway Post Office route
8/28/1830 First B&O train pulled by a steam engine, the Tom Thumb
8/28/51 Wayne Osmond born, singer
8/28/72 David Bowie & the Spiders From Mars perform at Carnegie Hall
8/28/73 Monster Mash hits the Top 10 eleven years after original release by Bobby "Boris" Pickett, by then
working as a cab driver
8/29/66 Beatles have their final live concert
8/29/69 Commandos of the Palestine Liberation Front hijack a TWA flight
8/29/1911 Ishi, last survivor of the California Yahi tribe, walked into Oroville and learned English, then
demonstrated Indian customs & wilderness skills
8/29/58 Michael Jackson born, singer with his older brothers in The Jackson Five
8/30/69 Syria releases 107 of the TWA flight passengers hijacked to Damascus
8/30 Cleopatra died this day in 30 BC
8/30/35 John Phillips born, singer the Mamas & the Papas, which in 1982 included daughter MacKenzie Phillips
8/31/83 Pres. Reagan talks to astronauts in orbiting space shuttle Challenger
8/31/1888 The body of Mary Ann Nichols found, 1st victim of Jack the Ripper
8/31/45, Van Morrison born, singer
Monstervision's Joe Bob Briggs started on The Movie Channel: TMC schedule
"While other people come upon roadkill and see a dead animal, I see a new hat" Beth Beverly, Taxidermist
Half of the DNA in humans and bananas is the same, does that mean we are all half bananas?
Ray Harryhausen's legendary stop-motion creatures defined blockbuster special effects for decades and inspired entire generations of filmmakers. He died May 7th, 2013 at the age of 92.
Other deaths in 2013 included Tom Laughlin, star of the Bill Jack movies, and Peter O'Toole, costar of Supergirl and "My Favorite Year."
Note: Joe Bob's video host segments for "Blood Feast" have been added to the Blood & Donuts page cause I can't remember where I put the transcript for Blood Feast
"Communism doesn't work because people like to own stuff" Frank Zappa Click here for the planet Alderran from the 1st Star Wars movie. The Shadow Knows Peter Graves of Mission Impossible (TV-series) and the movie Airplane, has died. His son tried to help but to no avail. Walter Koenig's son Andrew, a childstar on "Growing Pains" as Boner, has been found dead of suicide. Members of the cast of Star Trek and Growing Pains have sent their sympathy to the family; he had been treated for depression and went off his meds. Walter Koenig asks that anyone wrestling with depression please get help or call someone
Josh Friedman (the Terminator TV series) is casting for a new Charlie's Angels TV-series on ABC and Moonlight's Alex O'Loughlin is close to an agreement to play the Jack Lord role in a new Hawaii 5-0. NBC has ordered several new pilots to fill the hole in primetime left by Jay Leno returning to the Tonight Show, including a new Rockford Files by the creator of TV's House, and a dramedy starring David Tennant (Who?) called "Rex Is Not Your Lawyer" (I hope that's just a working title). American Movie Classics is adapting "The Walking Dead" zombie comic book for a new TV-series on the cable channel known for Mad Men and Breaking Bad. Starz is already running episodes of Sam Raimi's "Spartacus: Blood & Sand," with Lucy Lawless (Xena) as a Roman vamp. Remember Terry O'Quinn from the Monstervision feature Stepfather 2? He's no longer Mr. Nice Guy on the TV-series "Lost." He told TV Guide in January 2010 that in the 6th & final season, his character's "on a mission and he's a dark presence, almost like the devil. The more the others know about him, the more fear he inspires."
Hey, are you kids watching Play-Mate Of The Apes?
Note: Star Trek The Next Generation is on the SYFY channel as well as WGN weeknights @ 10pm/1am EST. A and E has The Sopranos @ 2pm Mon-Fri, and Family Channel has 2 eps of Sabrina The Teenage Witch @ 2pm Mon-Fri
Zombieland full-length trailer #2
There are no zombies in Washington DC because they eat brains
In August 2009, Nancy Pelosi said that people opposed to the government health care plan are un-American Nazis, then she sent her flying monkeys to find Dorothy in Oz.
Watch Dracula and his Vampire Brides in its entirety courtesy of YouTube, starring Christopher Lee for Hammer Films
Note: The SciFi Channel is changing its name to SYFY, don't ask me why why. Maybe it goes better with professional wrestling ABC has the TV rights to "The Witches Of Eastwick" and has turned it into a TV-series similar to Desperate Housewives titled simply "Eastwick." Tom Cruise has agreed to do Mission Impossible 4 as producer, but possibly not star in it in 2011. Click here to please Zardoz.
He's Always Russian Around
Alright, some of you turkeys still don't know what "Bimbo" means. Maybe this video will help
What's Russian for Zsa Zsa?
Have you ever been talking on the phone and forgot somebody's name? Perhaps it would help to have your brain indexed. Google announced a new service on April 1st called Brainsearch which will allow Google to search your brain for you anytime you want to remember something. It is available only for cell-phone users at this time because it uses Beta waves:
Website Sizzler, including free ebook: How To Generate Quick Cash In An Emergency
Four U.S. helicopters crossed into Syria on 10-27-08 to blast a terrorist camp there. The leading helicopter was flown by a shirtless guy named Rambo, wearing boxing shorts
If the number seven is lucky than I guess it must really be lucky when the stock market drops 777 points in one day...it dropped 18% in one week, a higher percentage than it did on Black Monday 10-28-29, brother can you spare a dime? A penny a day for a month, doubled, would be 1 cent times 30 days times two, or 60 cents! Here's a 31-day list of how much you would make if it doubled every day for 31 days
Want Monstervision episodes on DVD? Here's a fansite that appears to trade DVDs amongst its member for just the cost of postage: Latenightwingman.com
Did you forget to send an important email? Google now has a Gmail feature that allows you to send email as far back in time as April 1, 2004. Gmail utilizes an e-flux capacitor to resolve issues of causality. Click here for details. Posted by Google on April 1. The 1st day of April.
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The budget for Spider-Man 3 was around $350,000,000 making it one of the most expensive movies ever made. Not to be confused with the low-budget Lon Chaney, Jr. monster movie Spider Baby (1964, with the opening credits music narrated by Chaney himself) Faster, Pussycat, Kill, Kill! (the lost scene)
If you see any problems with this website, you'll have to check with the Dungeonmaster. The webmaster is taking a nap
Now available from Amazon.com Joe Bob Briggs narrates "A Double Dose of Joe Bob Briggs: "The Double-D Avenger" and "Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter" You can buy it at Joe Bob's new official site www.joebobbriggs.com and he'll even autograph it for you.
MonsterVision Rating System
G ..... General Audiences, all ages allowed
PG.... Profanity Guaranteed, all ages allowed
R ..... Restricted, no one under 17 allowed unless they like looking at nekkid chicks or bloody violence and can talk the babysitter into pretending to be their parent to get them in. Unless of course she's a psycho Sitter
NC17... No children under 17, cause this movie has X-rated sex or violence that Hollywood doesn't want to call X-rated anymore. The British & Germans have a number-based ratings system, and the French use one based on bleu cheese
Joe Bob Briggs bio from 1999 (he blooms anywhere) There are books by Joe Bob Briggs available on the bio page, but none about Monstervision
See anything on this page you don't like? Contact the Webmaster. Not to be confused with the Puppet Master. Whatever you do, for God's sake, don't attempt to contact the zombie/undead "Puppet Master." You've been warned. That's all I can do.
This is not a chain letter. It was not started decades ago in the Netherlands, nor was it perpetrated centuries ago by some deranged monk on Easter Island (which is highly unlikely in the first place, since EMACS only works on smart display terminals, and they weren't available on Easter Island back then, due largely to the U.S. state department's vigorous ban on exportation of advanced technology to deranged monks on equatorial islands).
There is no luck associated with this letter. Hence, it is pointless to send five copies of this letter to people you like. In fact, it is vigorously discouraged, since, by sending this letter through the postal service, you are needlessly burdening an already overworked system. You also increase the chance of the postal service losing mail. Murphy's Law will take effect here, resulting in your letter being delivered the next day, and a Red Cross package to a needy individual in Zimbabwe to be accidentally re-routed to Hackensack, New Jersey, thus becoming lost forever. You do not stand a chance, however, of displacing any junk mail.
If you break the chain, and fail to send five copies of this letter to other unfortunate individuals, then absolutely nothing extraordinary will happen to you. If, on the other hand, you do propagate five copies of this letter, then absolutely nothing extraordinary will happen to you, either.
"The Freaks" start doing the gooble gobble chant at a wedding reception (1932). By the way, this movie was banned in Britain for 30 years, and even the ending was edited out before it was released in America, and the ending on the storyboard wasn't approved for filming (it involved an ax and a bag of feathers)
People who think logically are a nice contrast to the rest of the world
Nine of ten people suffer from hemorrhoids. Do the others enjoy them?
"If you'll make the toast and pour the juice, Sweetheart," said the newlywed bride, "breakfast will be ready."
"Good, what are we having for breakfast?" asked the new husband.
"Toast and juice," she replied.
The drive-in will never die!!!
"MonsterVision" was cancelled by the ungrateful weasels at TNT
Later gator, Joe Bob
"Don't believe anything you read on the net. Except this. Well, including this, I suppose." Douglas Adams (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
More Blonde Jokes:
She sent me a fax with a stamp on it.
She thought a quarterback was a refund.
She tripped over the cordless phone.
She put lipstick on her forehead because she wanted to makeup her mind.
She told someone to meet her at the corner of WALK and DON'T WALK.
She took a ruler to bed to see how long she slept.
At the bottom of the application where it says "sign here," she put "Sagittarius."
If she spoke her mind, she'd be speechless.
When she heard that 90% of all crimes happened around the home, she moved.
Did you hear about the blonde that got an AM radio? ...It took her months to figure out she could use it at night.
What did the blonde say when she saw the sign in front of the YMCA? ..."Look! They spelled MACY'S wrong!"
Why did the blonde stare at the frozen orange juice? ...Because it said "concentrate."
Why can't blondes take coffee breaks? They're too hard to retrain.
What do you call 9 blondes standing in a circle? A dope ring.
Why can't blondes be pharmacists? Because they can't fit the bottle in the typewriter.
What's the definition of eternity? 4 blondes at a 4-way stop.
What do you call five blondes at the bottom of the ocean? An air pocket.
What do you call a basement full of blondes? A whine cellar.
Why do blondes have TGIF on their shirts? "This Goes In Front."
What did the blonde say when she looked into a box of Cheerios? "Oh, look!! Donut seeds!
"When I went to Wal-Mart for the first time...I always thought they sold wallpaper. I didn't realize it was everything. You can get anything you want there for really, really cheap." Paris Hilton
In February 2008 two thieves with knives invaded the north Texas home of 80 year old James Pickett but he got so mad when one of them said something bad about John Wayne he put them both in the hospital with cracked heads. Them's fightin' words!
Need a program to process windows media audio? Freeware available at this fansite (WMA, WMV and ASF)
Remember, a bird in the bush is worth half a bird in your hand, a word is worth one-thousandth of a picture, and the early worm gets eaten by a bird. That's my 2˝˘ worth
Can't find any hosted bad movies to watch? How about hosted bad movie trailers...check out the website Trailersfromhell.com, they appear to have a different hosted bad movie trailer 3 days a week. After you hear the hosted version, click un-narrated version to hear the trailer's original audio, in all it's glory!
Playboy Magazine has a new edition for married people, the centerfold is the same every month
What has four legs and an arm? A pit bull.
What has four legs and an ear? Mike Tyson's pit bull.
What do you say to a one-legged hitchhiker? "Hop in." The Drive-In will never die!