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Half in the Bag: Cocaine Bear, Knock at the Cabin, and The Whale
- Опубліковано 19 бер 2023
- Cocaine Bear! It's that movie that everyone was joking about for about a week and then completely forgot. Jay and Mike talk about it. They also talk about Knock at the Cabin, the latest film from N. Night Shyamalan. It's about a cabin that has a knock at the cabin. They also talk about The Whale, starring Cocaine Bear!
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In regards to the shitty lighting, I love the quote from Sean Astin in the LOTR, he asked another guy on set "where're these lights supposed to be coming from if it's night?" And the guy responded "The same place as the music"
It's worth trying to use the light in the scene when you can. But Tarantino famously lights his films like a stage play. Spotlights out of nowhere. Because it's more important for a shot to look right for the tone of the scene, than for it to be "realistic". At least in fiction.
Which is a braindead take because movies should be immersive
Elijah Wood said that, not Sean Austin.
The fact that even a movie called Cocaine Bear wound up being “about family” just goes to show how little creativity there is in Hollywood these days.
Slightly disappointed we didn't see the Carrie Fisher clip from the Star Wars outtakes.
And it's about dangerous carnivorous animal acting dangerous and eating flesh (but on cocaine because le funny).
@Kapn Kerf +1
Well at least they got the lighting right
As a movie theater employee, you can tell that some of the 50 year old and up customers really got a kick out of asking “two tickets for Cocaine Bear”
Dude I would of as a 27 year old if my other friend didn't go and buy the tickets online. Freaking modern trends taking the fun out of everything.
@Nikky Boy I love having the physical ticket I usually hold onto them and if I buy the movie on dvd or blue ray I put the ticket stub in the case so anytime I go to watch a movie I can say oh I seen that movie in theatres. Plus it’s a nice keepsake to remember when you went and what movies you’ve seen. Same with concert tickets, I prefer the hard tickets to hold onto a keep as a keepsake
@Dylan MacDonald I use to hang on to them but never thought of putting them in the DVD case
That's because they remember the 1980's.
I love how Mike tried to end the show early like four times before giving in to discussing cocaine bear
The most annoying thing about stuff like *_Cocaine Bear_* is that every time one of those things come out, you get hundreds of thousands of people who have never seen a so-bad-it's-good movie who come out and explain to you that you don't get it, it's hilarious because it's "accidentally" funny and you haven't seen anything like it before (anyway, remember *_Sharknado_* ?), even though it's the most blatantly artificial, by-the-number, focus-group manufactured garbage ever.
Absolutely. The Room is so bloody perfect because it was SUPPOSED to be good and it was awful. Stuff like Cocaine Bear was deliberately trying and that just isn't funny.
@Chronic Fatigue Superhero Toxic Avenger or Bad Taste it is not
Brendan Fraser got a standing ovation from the same people that abused him blacklisted him and turned his life into shit. Thank god Hollywood is dying
THEY JUST WANT MORE CONTENT
I can't believe the Oscar-winning film, The Whale, was adapted from the real-life memoirs of Harry Plinkett.
I squeeze gats
Somebody had to say it.
I like your cyberpunk videos, kudos 👏
I never would've thought to see you in these parts! A surprise to be sure, but a welcome one! I love both Red Letter Media, and you Indigo Gaming lol. ❤
i never expected to see the guy who rage quit wayward realms in a redlettermedia comment section
Brendon Fraser got to do what Cameron Mitchell did, sit on a couch and act and he got an Oscar for it.
Cameron Mitchell sat so Brendan Fraiser could lay.
Brendan's been through a Tums festival. He earned this.
I agree, Cameron Mitchell definitely deserves a posthumous Oscar
Fraiser got his daughter to close that f-ing door, at least.
It amazes me how Mike's alcoholism and incoherence continues to evolve in interesting and innovative ways
The part at the end when brendan caresses his daughters face with his flipper was absolutely touching
It was a brave decision for the movie to subtitle all the underwater warbling instead of dubbing over, but it absolutely paid off
That actually made me spit good job
That's a really insensitive comment. Shame on you.
I thought the story of a Westerner with too much food was very touching.
This would have to be about the 50th time Mike has come up with a better movie than the one they actually released.
There will always be potential for a sequel like Aliens, but Cocaine Bears. One of the survivors gets reluctantly recruited to join an elite team of overconfident park rangers to investigate a town wiped out by like 50 cocaine bears. At the climax, he rails a shitload of cocaine to take on the last super dripped bear.
It's legitimately crazy how good Mike is at instantly coming up with fixes to movies that missed their mark.
Sure it's easier with hindsight when the movie is already made, but I think he'd actually make an awesome script doctor in the industry, if he wanted to.
I mean, for all we know, he could already be working as one. It's usually uncredited work.
The crazy part is that no one fixes the glaring flaws in the script before or during the production of the movie! Most movie scripts seem to be written as if the writers are unaware that they're allowed to go back and change things. Take Prometheus for example: if you give a character a full 3D map of a building and then decide you want him to get lost, you're allowed to go back and NOT GIVE HIM A GODDAMN MAP!
I always feel both their suggestions are always cringe stereotypical hollywood type bs, that if they actually saw in a movie, they would be ragging on
@Lucas Bennett Maybe, but the point is that it would have been more entertaining than what they DID see.
The brilliance of studios rediscovering mid budget is a miracle
Also I live near Waylon Jennings Grave and will make sure to leave a copy of Cocaine Bear on it.
We can make 10 cocaine bears and see what happens
Something had to give 🤷
@Butters /k/unyou're a legend Butters
Mike has been getting slowly but noticeably more midwestern over the last year, it's been amazing to watch.
Mike always gets picked as the contrarian of RLM, but Jay really is a sleeper agent.
Jay is the snooty, passive aggressive, stuck up film snob. You can tell by his fancy Wisconson accent. He rarely says exactly how he feels but he does say things like "I feel embarrassed for this movie." When he made Space Cop.
@Mr. Magoo he feels embarrassed for that too!
@Mr. Magoo Jay's insufferable, but thankfully Mike is suffering, so it evens out.
@Mr. Magoo Fancy and Wisconsin in the same sentence 🤣
You guys had me chuckling
It was great fun watching the movie. Very hilarious had me chuckling..
That's high praise
They broke new ground!!!!!
How can Mike forget about Rupert Grint’s amazing acting in “Thunderpants”? Best of the Worst episode 7
his alcoholism has cost him too many braincells
He has Willis brain
Recently re-watched that movie and the half in the bag, both are absolute gems
I'm still embarrassed, but snakes on a plane on opening day was my all-time best movie theater experience ever. It was just so amazing everyone in the audience was engaged and having fun, the place was packed
hahaha I went too. All my highschool friends had a sleepover right after
It was absolutely a “You had to be there” type of movie, and seeing it with a full house was a legitimately great experience.
I had a similar experience with Deep Blue Sea. Tried to watch it at home and realized how bad it really was… but man that theater was having fun.
I met the writer of "Snakes on a Plane" during a film fest and he REALLY thought that his script should be taken seriously. He was upset that they added jokes. He also was VERY angry that they named it "Snakes on a Plane" other than his title "Venom". He kept complaining that he couldn't use his title because of "some crappy Marvel comic character having the copyright".
He was a really strange and intense guy. I assure you that HE was not in on the joke of his own movie.
its a bad movie, even judged as a comedy. the comedy falls flat and the whole thing is a boring dud.
I want to believe this is true
As I recall they only leaned heavier into the comedy once it became clear that not a single person is going to take the goofy, corny premise seriously. So I guess naturally there must've been someone seriously pitching it at some point.
Unfortunately not a great movie in spite of everything.
God, it's not a great movie as it is but without the shlocky bits it would have been absolutely miserable. Studio made the right call on that one.
@devilmikey00 for every movie ruined by studio, there's a film saved by it
*The Whale* really needed a few Wilhelm screams thrown in.
Maybe a few fart noises too
Mike Stoklasa's physical transformation for The Whale 2: Electric Boogaloo is absolutely heartbreaking.
Hey it's winter in WI you have to put on ten pounds to survive
@Naomi Robertson What's his excuse for the extra 30
They didn't use any make up or suits 😯
"So what do you do in Lake City while it is snowed in?"
"Drink. Tie flies."
"What if you run out of beer?"
"I'll make sure we don't run out of beer."
Can't wait to see Rich Evans in Cocaine Bear 2: The Showtime Crisis
Piranha 3D is excellent. I asked David Hasselholf about it during his panel in Australia at a con, and he talked at length about it. How his agent told him not to do it. He said it was one of the most fun projects he had worked on and loved how silly it was.
Regardless, tho. The one with the Hoff was fun
Mike's Wisconsin accent is stronger than usual this episode
Must be because of the lighting
Its the scruffy bear hairdo.
This was a perfect HitB. Perfect combination of Mike and Jay being irreverent while also sharing their film knowledge to give an extra dimension to their taking the piss. Great work.
Plus it had Babier Yoda!
Cocaine Bear is what they should call Rich Evans when he enters a night club.
Gay night club* He's known as the big white depressed bear
I like your pizza tower music
Dick the Cocaine Bear is a whole new level to explore.
rick evans in the manhole
Oh hey POST ELVIS
I read The Cabin at the End of the World years ago. Loved it. The author has a great way of displaying ambiguity in the books of his that I've read, and what to do in the face of that ambiguity. I was so damn excited as I was watching the trailer for this movie the first time, thinking they finally recognized this book for its great cinematic potential (really, I'd've made a 4 episode mini-series considering the beats of the book). But then I saw M. Night's name attached to it, and I knew... I knew his spiritual ass would take all ambiguity away and make it so the prophecy was true, that fuck. Ruined the whole point of the book. So much potential... squandered.
There is an analysis somewhere about the differences, and the film version is basically how Stockholme Syndrome turns victims into cultists. Except the director is also a cultist and thinks he's revealing the Secret Truth. Very popular among the people who'd kill children based on voices in their heads.
"Take Shelter" is the movie you're talking about.
Yeah, I'm also not a fan of the changes that were made.
I really hope that one day Margo Martindale finally gets to work as a lead on a great script with an expert director. She's such an incredible actor. Her performance in series 2 of Justified is humbling. An absolute master of her craft.
She's great in The Americans also
@The Clucking Assassin I've never actually seen that, had no idea she was in it! Thanks for the tip.
You mean acclaimed character actress Margo Martindale?
I heard she went into hiding after robbing a bank or something. Its good to know she's still getting good work.
She's doing fine. She's one of the most sought out character actors out there. Not everyone can be A-list and not everything is sO uNdeRraTed.
My aunt in her mid 60’s inexplicably wanted me my mom and cousin to go see cocaine bear in theaters and somehow even more inexplicably was surprised that it was bad
I absolutely LOVE Mike's idea for a rating system of how accurate a story is to the source! Don't stop people from making loose adaptations, but give people a sense of how seriously to take it!
If anyone wants to see a fantastic film that takes place in a single location (for the most part) check out 12 Angry Men from 1957. Best film I've ever seen.
Watching half in the bag is like hanging out with friends that talk about something you’re passionate about but you have nothing to contribute to the conversation
Often they’re trashing things that I’m passionate about but they have valid points.
So, every conversation for me, then.
For me, it's like listening to internet friends who have never met me talk about stuff I couldn't care less about but am somehow attracted to like a moth to a flame.
I used to love movies. Now I just watch these reviews.
I was really excited to hear Jay and Mike discuss book differences but I guess they forgot ten minutes after bringing it up.
Or they edited that part out.
Of course character actress Margot Martindale was the best part of Cocaine Bear. Her sage, buttery voice simultaneously soothes me and fills me with dread. She's a talent to watch.
In terms of the “do people just go to a cabin in the woods?”, yes. Generally people who normally are stuck in a big city all the time sometimes get the urge to go nowhere & do nothing around no one.
My girlfriend and I are literally renting out a cabin for a long weekend in the middle of Maine for just this reason.
We're probably just going to relax in a hot tub for 4 days and stare at a lake. You really can't beat that.
Like, there is a central hub for all the cabins where you can kayak or eat food but like... Nah
My profile picture might show up but I'll die happy
Mike's ideas to improve films always sound so good.
They all sound generic and terrible to me lol
Imagine being surprised that a movie called "cocaine bear" is tonally inconsistent 😂
The Oscars counting sequels as "adaptations" is the biggest Hollywood circle jerk since... the Oscars.
"Hey guys we now have a dedicated category for all those sequels you despise!"
Their criteria for original screenplay is ridiculous as well. A movie like The Favourite that is based on historical events and people is considered original, whereas Glass Onion takes one existing character into a completely original story and it's considered an adaptation
@DoctorXander an existing character created by the guy writing the sequel no less
Every script is adapted from something.
Oh.. I see. Huh. Huh?
"quirky name first, the rest is an afterthought" describes 99% of indie games.
Jay's version of cocaine bear sounds way better than the actual version
I'm so happy that Brendan himself got the specific recognition instead of Darren, it's clearly a subject that he has a deep personal passion about unlike Captain Edgelord whose train of thought for eliciting strong emotions from viewers caps out at "what if they ATE A BABY"
RLM is so good at putting in little editing gems (some obvious ones, many sneaky blink-or-you-miss-it ones) into a long form video at juuuust the right amount and intervals between to where I never feel like any are coming when they do, and they are hilarious without distracting from the discussion itself too much in the grand scheme; part of what adds a lot of rewatch-ability to their various shows.
That belushi joke made me blow tea out my nose, well deserved
I was legit shocked when the "in loving memory of Ray liota" wasn't a red letter media joke
Like that he was dead? Or that they placed it over footage him getting ripped up because that was a joke
He was one of the people behind getting this movie made - so he chose the means of his own obituary.
I mean it kind of was - in the film there's a good five minutes between his death and the credits w/ his memorial.
The "in loving memory ", was at the beginning of credits
Wait....so it was not by RLM? Surprising. Not saying they make fun of him. But you think a professional film company would have higher standards.
The Whale falling on the table is strait out of a Half in the Bag episode
I like that Jay is putting whiskey in his water bottle these days since the beer has no effect on him anymore
I am so confused as to why I wouldn't watch a 2 hour movie about a fat guy interacting with people in a set made up like a tiny claustrophobic apartment, yet spend 100 hours a year watching Mike and Chis and Jay discussing these movies in a tiny set made to look like a claustrophobic apartment.
The fact that Banks was allowed to make another movie after Charlie’s Angels should give hope to us all.
Think both these movies might be the first movie that has kid actors that where legit good at acting and not annoying the living piss out of me for tht last 20 years. The two kids in cocaine Bear where good and actually funny not just an annoying plot moving device. Also the girl on knock at the cabin door was really good.
Crazy how anything under 50, 60 million is considered "low budget" these days
Unless you're Robert Eggers who will make a film on a budget of 2 million dollars
"My movie studio gave me a small business loan of about 20 million dollars..."
I would easily sacrifice the best film of all time getting made if its budget went to people who actually need that money for things like staying alive.
@Gargajanglesidk man American psycho is pretty good
Even more crazy movies that make 100s of millions of dollars are considered failures
You guys are the kings of movie reviews. I rarely watch the movies you talk about, but somehow I love listening to you guys talk about them anyway. I also love how you never brown nose to studios, you talk about what you love, what you hate, what makes you go meh about and explain why that is. Sounds simple, yet most reviewers fail at this simple formular.
I've never seen two people so utterly in contempt for the cozy life they made for themselves.
I feel like Mike's version of Cocaine Bear is basically 'Werewolves Within' which was a pretty good IFC horror comedy from a few years ago. Worth a watch.
Love Mike's gripe with Knock at the Cabin being that they just went to the cabin with seemingly no activities planned. I have a feeling Mike's never stayed at a cabin in the woods.
1:45 Knock at the Cabin
12:44 Short Oscars discussion
15:14 The Whale
24:11 Cocaine Bear
What happend at 7:36 ?
Many thanks. o7
I haven't even seen the whale yet started laughing uncontrollably while watching Mike describe the scene. The cuts to Fraser were just perfect
How about in Cocaine bear, have a scene where the bear breaks into the local taxidermists office, and pretends to be a mounted bear on the wall. And then another scene at the fancy mansion where the bear falls asleep on the floor, but someone confuses it for a rug. Or a scene where it gets its head stuck in a beehive or a honey pot.
I dont know whats more amazing: Mike having a seizure and not realizing it or Jay understanding the seizure talk
i really liked The Whale. I think keeping the "stagey" filming gave it a feel of this man's life. His whole world is this room.
I agree with you, it really put you in his shoes.
Shyamalan finally got his revenge against people making fun of his twists by making a movie whose entire plot you can guess from the premise.
The book doesn't give you a definitive ending. Which is why I thought he was adapting it. I guess the twist is he decided not to do the twist. 🤷
That's all of his movies since The Village.
@MsAnjelica what was the twist in the book?
@Albtraum Just that you are never told if the apocalypse was real. All the intruders die, the little girl is accidentally killed, and the story basically ends. We don't find out what happens when they leave the woods.
The twist is that was no twist
Can we have more videos of Jay just laughing in Mike's face about ghost adventures?
It's weird to hear the name Margo Martindale so often, in such a short space of time, without it being preceded by "renowned character actress"
I love how Mike is becoming more unhinged with each new Half in the Bag video. That said, it does make me a little worried for Jay
That fall was extremely reminiscent of when the injured Mama Bigfoot ate shit while trying to rest on the log.
Maybe I'm alone but I laughed my a$$ of while watching cocaine bear. Loved it
Mike and Jay explaining what goes into an Asylum movie (a funny title, a catchy idea, and the movie doesn't matter) made me realize that really, those aren't "low-budget movies" so much as high-budget memes.
I'm stealing that concept for posterity
Oddly enough, I was more interested in Lyle, Lyle Crocodile than I was with Cocaine Bear. My 9 year old niece didn't understand why she couldn't watch the "mean" bear movie, which was what I called it. She looked at me dead in the eye and said, " Well, now how can a bear be mean?"
I was like ummmm and her stepdad popped up and said
"The bear has issues"
Can't wait for their Ghost Hunter re:view episodes where its just Jay and Rich stairing in disbelief at Mike as he explains the episodes.
I love that Mike's idea for adding to Cocaine Bear was just to make it Jaws with a bear. IMO, Cocaine Bear was an excellent Tim and Eric-ish 80s movie with Rated R violence on top of it
Have waited a while for a new RLM video and then I hear Mike roar like a drunken bear. What a time to be alive.
Just realizing that Glory is one of Mike’s favorite movies because it has a shit ton of Star Trek actors in it.
The most tragic part of a horror movie is when the characters can't complete all of the activities they planned. Makes me sad
They never got to go kayaking. Tragic.
Me too. I think it's because my own life is so filled with disappointments.
Maybe the true horror was the friends we made along the way. Chilling, I know.
Mike's alternative plots are always superior to the grim "content" that gets curled out for our consumption.
That scene with the table falling over in the Whale was absolutely like a Half in the Bag Mike / Rich slapstick fall, so good
I love these videos because I never have to actually watch these movies lmao
Them bringing up Fargo made me suddenly realize how much I want to see Mike and Jay as the henchmen
Hitting on the back is actually the standard response to choking. I know we were taught the other version as kids, but it's been formerly updated. Just mentioning since it's life saving and easier to perform.
I fully expected the climax of Cocaine Bear to have been one (or more) of the characters doing cocaine and fighting cocaine bear one-on-one in hand-to-hand combat. I thought that was assumed from the start
They could only afford enough CGI to have the bear onscreen for about 20 minutes throughout the movie
Agreed except I think the protagonist should have done meth so the world could finally have a conclusive answer to which is the tougher/cooler drug.
@Hans Matheson both are terrible. You don't even wanna get started trust me been there done that
I need lovable town drunk David Harbour to get lit up with PCP and fight Cocaine Bear while intense music plays.
For what it was, Piranha 3D was awesome. It completely delivered on everything you would expect from a movie called "Piranha 3D"
Mike's confidence and smugness when saying the twist is that they are the four horsemen, but in fact the twist is the exact opposite.
Regarding Jay’s take on modern lighting.
Studios are doing this to cut corners to hide low quality cinematography. They just turn down the lighting when the setting or scene looks bad so you can’t see how bad it is.
Started with Game of Thrones late seasons and The Last of Us used it in almost every (of the few) action scene they had to hide how bad it was.
Isn't hiding poor cinematography by just making the whole shot impossible to see a bit like covering up an unseemly pimple on your forehead by dragging a buck knife across it? You've turned a minor blemish into a complete disaster.
@NoEsUnUAclipsr its more like putting a bandaid on it. They must think most ppl are stup1d enough to not notice it or not be bothered by it. It drives me nuts though and is ruining cinema imo
The "Based On A True Story" scale should be used on news reports too.
Its like " This Package of Chips contains Traces of Peanuts" these Days....
@Mike Rauchfuss That's actually the highest rating, because it implies that there's a known contaminant in the factory, usually because they also make a product containing peanuts, sometimes even with the same machine.
Now, if it says "MAY contain traces of nuts" it means there's no reason why it would contain nuts, but it costs less to put that warning on the package than to actually make the production process foolproof.
I can't remember ever noticing traces of nuts in something that MAY contain them, while it's pretty much 50/50 for products that have the "contains traces" warning label.
@Korgan Rocks I think Peanuts is Important because its the most common Allergie. Anyway, the True Story Aspect is the Trace in the Chips..🤔
@Mike Rauchfuss True, and they're definitely the ones I have the strongest reaction to(I can feel a tickle in my throat just by being in the same room as peanuts).
Had me laughing out loud in the first five seconds with the clip choice for the Ray Liotta tribute. Perfection.
7:36 What I really love about Mike is how he's able to clearly articulate his feelings about the films he watches
And immediately after Jay says what Mike wanted to say in comprehensible terms. Jay is gonna be Mike's old man interpreter in the future when the karmic dementia inevitably kicks in.
what you don't realize is that Mike was speaking the language of his people.
The thing about the lighting is something I've been trying to describe for a while. I've been aware that modern media often feels visually colder than media from a few decades back. But I hadn't put together that it's because of the blue/tones. That makes a lot of sense!
19:05 I'm like a clapping baby and I admit it but I can't help but laugh every single time they splice in the Kurlan Naiskos pottery break sound effect. Same thing with the yowling cat.
I love how their set began so pristine and has slowly become a complete wreck
God I love it when they talk about Zac Baggins.
Props to Jay for the Doom Patrol article with added whipping. Fine editing.
Yeah, Jays editing never fails to deliver comedy gold
The cancellation of Doom Patrol hurts more than the whipping.
@SnapTrap Press Literally worse than slavery, sad.
I applauded wildly at the bar scene in Knock At the Csbin.
Easily the best scene.
I love the ghost hunting segment. As someone who used to work in a cinema, it was actually haunted. 😂 I had something weird happen to me, its kind of freaky tbh.
As someone who loves screenwriting, its actually baffling how some scripts get produced like why? 😂
Money and connections
I laughed so hard with every clip Brendan Frasier busting his ass. 🤣
The fact that I have not seen any of these movies, yet have no problem watching this is a meta commentary of the state of the movie industry in itself.
Anyway, off to watch Life of Brian tonight on UAclips in 4k....for FREE.
Me scrolling through unseen movies in my playlist to find Monty python and the holy grail...again
My friend farting in the theatre, loudly, was the best part of Cocaine Bear. Elizabeth Banks is an absolute hack.
The best thing about The Whale is all the love Brendan Frasier received
I think GQ (or a similar mag) did a profile on him a few years back before his career renaissance, one of those where the interviewer comes down to spend a couple of days just talking to the subject. Early on, Brendan, clearly going through some stuff (over-the-hill, his marketable years fading behind him, and so on), just up and says something to the effect of "I just need to let some arrows fly, y'know?" He then walked out onto the porch and just started shooting some arrows with a bow (seemingly ready to go for just this purpose) at a well-used target down in the yard. I think he even offered to let the interviewer shoot a few. That, and his whole mature attitude about getting older and coming to grips with faded stardom, always stuck with me.
The Brenaissance is real
Except from people who couldn't tell the difference between the movie and a reflective screen
Yeah, because we’ve been missing such masterpieces as Encino Man, George of the Jungle, and Airheads. A regular Brando.
Mike's timing to go to the bathroom as they were about to review cocaine bear is impecable...
The Cocaine Bear and The Whale should definitely be a children's book
but the whale should be an actual whale that goes on boring errands with the cocaine bear
they do the errands for a mysterious rotating cube
I just watched these two movies back to back . Knock 'was much better than I expected and I really liked it . Cocaine Bear was exactly what I expected .
They say some movies are a love letter to this or that . Cocane Bear was more of a career suicide note.
Regarding the "Mist ending", I think Ready or Not would have been improved if the ending had gone that route, with nothing happening to the family and them having to live with the fact that they've been killing all of these people, including loved ones for absolutely nothing all of these years.
I'd like another episode of Mike talking about a paranormal investigation show with Jay
They should MAKE a paranormal investigation. That would be a must see!
Beloved Character Actress Margo Martindale should have played all the roles, including the bear.
Beloved Actress Margo Martindale had a lasting impression in that film for sure.
I was surprised to see Beloved Character Actress Margo Martindale show up, as I'd completely blanked the annoying trailers from my memory.
Or failing that, Christopher Walken