This is a clip from San Francisco Sketchfest of Rob Paulsen (Pinky) and Maurice LaMarche (The Brain) performing their lovable cartoon character voices while reading an excerpt from Pulp Fiction. I think this was probably a lot better if you were actually in the audience but it’s still always fun to see voice actor’s perform their characters live. Enjoy!
Behold Quentin Tarantino’s casting wish list for the movie Pulp Fiction in all of it’s glory! Or something like that. We’ve all heard the folklore and rumors of actors who “could have been” in certain iconic roles. In fact, we’ve done posts about it on this very blog. However, it is a rare treat that you actually get to see the short list of all the actors being considered for each role in the film. I found it interesting that the role of Butch was written for Matt Dillon but Bruce Willis (who was eventually cast in the role) wasn’t even on the short list. I also quite enjoyed the “no rappers” note under the Jules character. Photos of the rest of the list can be found below. Enjoy!
I don’t even know how to explain this. But here goes. This is a video by YouTuber Antonio Maria Da Silva AMDSFILMS (his videos are as random as his name) about a club called Hell’s Club. The unique thing about Hell’s Club is that it features a fine gumbo of Nostalgic characters from some of our favorite movies (including multiple Tom Cruise, Ewan McGregor and Al Pacino characters). Like I said, this video is hard to explain (at least for me) but if you ever wanted to see what it would look like if you got Anakin Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, Austin Powers, The Terminator, Michael Jackson, Bradley Cooper, Blade, Tony Montana, RoboCop, Darth Vader, The Night at the Roxbury Guys, that chick from Flashdance as well countless other movie character in one club, this is the video to watch. Enjoy.
I was just watching Forrest Gump for the 300th time the other day and it got me thinking of a classic Mad TV sketch Gump Fiction…or at least what I thought was a classic sketch. Upon re-watching this sketch it is okay at best. The premiss is solid, Pulp Fiction meets Forrest Gump. I mean what can go wrong? To be honest, nothing really but for some reason it didn’t hit. I think this is one of those sketches that on paper is hilarious but just doesn’t work when you put it together. However, I still get a Nostalgic feeling when I watch it and in the end that’s why we are here, for the Nostalgia! And for half price chicken wings on Tuesdays! Oh we don’t serve chicken wings? Okay, so just the Nostalgia I guess then.
I think we all know and love this game. The craziest thing is that it was created in 1979 in Great Britain, but didn’t come to North America until the 80s. I of course remember it as a cult 90s hit. Super simple to play, and really fun. I was extremely good at this game especially when I was playing with a certain friend of mine who always picked Frans. Dead giveaway when you ask “does your person have red hair?”