OKAY SHIT EVERYBODY LISTEN
SO I GOOGLED THIS BECAUSE I WANTED TO KNOW WHERE IT WAS FROM AND I FOUND OUT WHAT THE MOVIE WAS CALLED AND SHIT
AND THE GIRL IN THIS PICTURES NAME IS MOLLY STEWART
AND IF I DO REMEMBER PROPERLY
SCHOOLGIRL BY DAY AND ALTER EGO BY NIGHT IS THE ENTIRE PLOT OF HANNAH MONTANA
IN WHICH THE MAIN CHARACTERS NAME IS
THEY LITERALLY BASED A CHILDRENS FRANCHISE OFF AN 80S MOVIE ABOUT CHILD HOOKERS
wait a minute
Aww…Tumblr discovered exploitation films. It thinks it’s people! :D
I have to love the internet for having the power to unearth any given obscure piece of media and turn it viral (even though the above post doesn’t even name the f***ing title of the movie). I actually own Anchor Bay’s ‘Angel’ box set, featuring the first three films. I dig the series (because I love sleaze), but there are far better films to score 320,000 notes with: if I’m going to watch a 1980s sleaze flick about hookers and serial killers, you best believe I’m sticking with ‘Vice Squad’.
check out this sick shot of chainsaw im losing my shit over this
Aww, why did you crop it? Art “Trusty Dusty” Mitchell has every bit the spunk and pizzazz of any given Aquabat.
dear westboro baptist church:
Because when I think “Baptist”, I think “sign of the cross”. Those fundamentalist Protestants absolutely adore holding onto Catholic traditions!
i was reading up about obscure pastbats that only had short times w/ the aquabats and check out this chill motherf names patbat
he toured for like. once in the 90’s idk but look at that cool dude
This is why the current homework assignment is what it is. I know there are people out there with the information; I want them to record it down so that new fans can know more about Patbat or Gumby or Captain Croxall or Nacho.
There are worlds of unexplored history that used to be sitting on the forums, but that we now have to piece together again. So much Aquabats history that it makes all the material from the Super Show seem like a drop in the bucket.
Honestly, that’s quite a lot to ask from the current crop of fans who are barely even as old as the band themselves. I’ve been a fan for over a decade, wrote every single word of the Wikipedia page and even I barely know a single thing about Patbat or Captain Croxall beyond what’s on the Wikia, info which I believe was provided by Tyler Jacobs. Therefore, I think the only course of option here is to reach out to the actual band members and see what or who they can hook us up with for info.
Look what I found.
An Ancient Relic of times long past.
While the true meaning of these temples have been lost to time, most scholars agree that they were once a gathering hall built to the worship of the gods of old.
Like SHIT it was; this was a temple of EVIL built by malevolent tyrants who refused to acknowledge the common man (read: they didn’t carry indies, only mainstream releases), oppressed the people’s sexualities (read: they didn’t carry adult films) and silenced the outspoken (read: they often carried edited and censored versions of films).
These “scholars” couldn’t school their way out of a wet paper bag. When the people wanted to gather to worship the gods of entertainment old, they supported their local mom and pop temple, like any real lover of cinema did.
am i the only one on this website who watched the aquabats
IDK Adri, they sound pretty cool. I think we’d like them.
Because the best way to welcome new fans is with condescending sarcasm! :D
I mean, okay, the above comments are pretty tame, but I’m kind of taken aback at how 90% of the responses to this poor person’s innocent post are just crudely sarcastic. Thank goodness for Ninjkabat, at least.
Holy jeepers! I reached 100 followers on Tumblr! That may seem like chump change for most of you, but for someone like myself who doesn’t understand this website in the slightest and only comes to talk about The Aquabats, it’s no hill of beans to me!
I’m so excited, I’m just going to recycle this drawing I made when I hit 100 Facebook friends, like, two or three years ago. Mazel tov!
Godzilla is such a good papa.
There is an 198 ft tall cross by the interstate in Effingham, IL. It is my dream to build an 150 ft paper mâché replica of Minilla and sneak in there at night and crucify him, just so somebody can dress like a Roman soldier at the foot of the cross and declare, “Truly, this was the son of Godzilla.”
I have to assume most people who reblog this have clearly never seen ‘Godzilla’s Revenge’, seeing that Godzilla’s son Minilla is pretty much the poster child for pro-choice.
The flipping of the semi [in The Dark Knight] was accomplished with a technique known in Hollywood as flipping a real goddamned semi. To get the mind-boggling amount of upward force needed to lift the big bastard head over heels, the FX crew built a huge steam-piston mechanism in the trailer. Of course, then the challenge was to make it look like this insane stunt was occurring right in the middle of the banking district in Gotham. So how the hell do you pull that off? Build a miniature city and edit in the truck somehow? Film the truck out on an open course and use CGI to fill in the background? Shit, no! They just went to downtown Chicago, closed off a street and flipped their goddamned semi.
8 Movie Special Effects You Won’t Believe Aren’t CGI
It really, really saddens me how some effects movies have been doing for decades upon decades are now considered so antiquated by today’s overabundance of CGI that even something as simple as a car flip would appear on a list like “You Won’t Believe It’s Not CGI!”. Provided, flipping a semi is an impressive stunt in and of itself, but even Troma was able to get a 1979 Ford Thunderbird to flip two stories into the air and explode, and their movies typically cost less than a used 1979 Ford Thunderbird.
This whole things reads like this to me:
"Would you believe that the head exploding scene in Scanners WASN’T another example of Hollywood’s CGI wizardry? In this iconic horror scene, Michael Ironside plays a villain who uses his telepathic powers to make a corporate executive’s head explode. The challenge in this shot is to portray the character having his head explode without having the actor actually getting killed. So how the hell do you pull that off? Use a boar’s head placed on top of a mannequin’s body? HELL, no! They actually constructed a goddamn CAST of the actor’s head and filled it with f***ing FAKE blood!”
Or, since I’m not funny, I highly suggest reading this instead: 5 Iconic Movie Scenes That Were Actually Fake.
As long as I’m posting some collector’s swag, here’s a KKKR shirt I bought at the February 11, 2011 show with The Aquabats in Los Angeles. I’m not sure if they still sell it anymore since it’s not on their website and I haven’t been to one of their shows in years. So…it might be a rarity?
Also, there’s one of KKKR’s mustaches-on-a-stick. Considering how many of those things sold at the show I went to, I would hopefully assume they still have them in full stock. Never leave home without it!