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James, I highly, highly doubt this has potential to be the worst movie ever. Tommy Wiseau has that claim.Do what you can, cut corners if you have to, and take your time. There's no rush here. Not to mention, we'll be behind you the whole way. :P
2 years, 8 months ago on Nerd Log - The Point of No Return
Saw this when it came out.It was shit back then, too.
2 years, 8 months ago on Eragon (2006)
Barney Fife vs. Metal Gear REX
2 years, 9 months ago on Most Unlikely VS Battles (Part 2)
How and when did you and James meet, and what do you think of his films?
2 years, 11 months ago on Mrs. Nerd Speaks
Haha! I discovered the giant Mario glitch as a kid.You just made me laugh my ass off. :P
3 years ago on Super Smash Bros (N64) Tricks
The ending brought tears to my eyes. You were an awkward kid who made movies for fun, and wanted nothing more than to be noticed. Now, you're an internet superstar getting paid do what what you love while being adored by fans all over the world. You are the life of the party now, James. Every person I know, I introduce them to your work. They all love your stuff and watch regularly, although I watch your movies far more. Because of you, I'm making movies again. Because of you, I'm following my dreams and pursuing a career with what I love. I watch your videos because you're so relatable. I watch your videos because you and I are so similar. You're the life of the party, James. Well done. Never stop doing what you love. You're an inspiration to us all.
3 years ago on ROLFE: A No-Budget Dream (2002)
What were you going to say about puppy dogs in France?!?!!!??
3 years ago on Angry Video Game Nerd: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Re-Revisited
I can't believe people think this is real. It's Kyle Justin parodying Rocky Balboa by being a complete dumbass. Did you miss the last Stoney video that was posted, and have you even seen Kyle Justin before?Side note: This is fuckin' gold.
3 years ago on Cooking With Stoney (2001)
Just ordered it.I friggin wish I got a signed copy. :D
3 years, 2 months ago on Cinemassacre DVD Announcement
Can't wait for the 3D remake!
3 years, 2 months ago on House of Horror (1992/1993)
Honestly, I used to go to video stores all the time a few months ago. I especially go to the library during October to rent monster movies because they have all the classics, and for free! Yeah driving back is a pain in the ass, but once I walk in the building I'm suddenly in the mood to watch movies again. Last October, I watched all the classic monster films: Dracula, Frankenstein, Invisible Man, Wolf Man, and The Mummy. I used to go to video stores because they sell big hit movies at cheap prices, unlike the library. The only reason I don't anymore is because I don't have the time. I have school and a job, and the library is much more peaceful of a place. But there are still rental places where I live. Blockbuster still exists here, man. Hollywood Video closed a year or two ago and they sold all of their movies. I got a bunch at really cheap prices, and a few video games to boot. I go to redbox if Netflix doesn't have a movie I want. And if I'm really in the mood to see a movie I can't find online, I just go out and buy it. Buying a film gives me a rush. A rush of going somewhere familiar and being able to own a memory. I recently bought King Kong (1933) and I get the same feeling I got watching it as I did when I was a kid.
So basically what I'm saying is, I go to video stores all the time, although recently I buy more movies. I almost exclusively buy VHS tapes. They're usually a dollar (or less!) and they work splendidly. I found a copy of Spanish Dracula, factory sealed, for 50 cents, along with Die Hard, Blade Runner, and the original (unaltered) Star Wars trilogy. I don't see any reason to stop going to places that sell movies. Half Price Books, Goodwill, whatever. I buy movies all the time, and I get the same rush I did when I was a kid.
3 years, 3 months ago on Video Rental Memories