#HashtagDisney August 2013 Schedule

Yes, you saw right, I decided to make August all about… Disney.

In case you’ve never joined in before, it’s pretty simple. We plan a movie to watch on a day at a certain time, one that is instant on Netflix for streaming. We then all tweet using the hashtags above to keep up with each other, and the movie. We pretty much make fun of everything, which is the point. It’s to tear it to shreds. Think of it as riffing (MSTK style!)

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Saturday, August 3rd, 5pm EST – Hercules (1997)

Saturday, August 10, 5pm EST – The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

Saturday, August 17, 5pm EST – Mulan (1998)

Saturday, August 24, 5pm EST – Pocahontas (1995)

Sautrday, August 31, 5pm EST – Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) *CANCELLED*

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July 2013 #HashtagHorror/#HashtagWrestling Schedule

Oh look, we’re back! Sorry for the hiatus. Right now we are only going back to Saturdays (sorry!). This month will be alternating between Horror and Wrestling!

In case you’ve never joined in before, it’s pretty simple. We plan a movie to watch on a day at a certain time, one that is instant on Netflix for streaming. We then all tweet using the hashtags above to keep up with each other, and the movie. We pretty much make fun of everything, which is the point. It’s to tear it to shreds. Think of it as riffing (MSTK style!)

Saturday, July 6th, 5pm EST – Silent Hill Revelation (2012) #HashtagHorror

Saturday, July 13th, 5pm EST – WWE: The Top 100 Moments in Raw History- Episode 1- (2012) #HashtagWrestling

Saturday, July 20th, 5pm EST – The Crow (1994) #HashtagHorror

Saturday, July 27th, 5pm EST – WWE: The Top 100 Moments in Raw History – Episode 2 – (2012) #HashtagWrestling

Top 4 of NXT 5/29/13

Oh yes, I’m back.

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This episode was rather depressing. It was like the final send off for the men, and lady, they decided to release. Briley Pierce, Sakamoto, Audrey Marie, Derrick Bateman, and Brandon Traven all had the opportunity to make an appearance. I’ll never understand the obsession with hiring more and more while not working on talent who have it. And I will never forgive the decision to release Derrick Bateman. This is a man I believed in since the first NXT season he made an appearance and I continued, and will continue, until he is old and broken and can no longer wrestle. Speaking of Derrick Bateman, he’ll be at an IPPV on June 30th, which I’m going to, but you can order it here. Continue reading

Top 4 of Superstars (and Main Event) 2/27/13 and 2/28/13

In case you missed my proclamation last week, I am now combining Superstars and Main Event for the top 4s. Superstars has two matches a week and without Scott Stanford on it I can’t even fake a Top 4. I’ve wanted to write about Main Event for awhile and so they both suffer for being together.

I could not put the Kofi Kingston vs. David Otunga match onto the list. Where did Otunga’s abs go? No, that’s not the only reason why, though I must admit to spending more time watching his abs and wondering what happened than I did watching the match itself. Continue reading

#HashtagHorror? Schedule for March 2013

This month we decided to do something a little different: just watch any movie that was suggested to us. Why? Why not! We need some variety in our lives and quite frankly, I’ve seen enough bad horror movie lately that I could never watch a horror movie again and be just fine. And I hate that. I am currently accepting suggestion for April, but as of March the schedule is done.

Yes, we will still use #HashtagHorror because, hey, the hashtag is ours, why not just continue. Plus we are horror on our followers timelines.

 

Saturday, March 2nd, 5pm EST – Jeff, Who Lives At Home (2011)

Tuesday, March 5th, 7pm EST – The General’s Daughter (1999)

Saturday, March 9th, 5pm EST – Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Tuesday, March 12th, 7pm EST – The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai (1984)

Saturday, March 16th, 5pm EST – Set Up (2011)

Tuesday, March 19th, 7pm EST – Crash (2005)

Saturday, March 23rd, 5pm EST – The Raven (2012)

Tuesday, March 26th, 7pm EST – V/H/S – (2012)

Saturday, March 30th, 5pm EST – Machine Gun Preacher (2011)

Top 4 of Superstars 2/21/13

The reason I started writing these blogs a little over a year ago, besides to praise Scott Stanford and get his name out there further, was to let people see through my eyes the greatness I see in the little shows. Superstars and NXT mostly, as they were widely neglected, or laughed at. NXT has taken a turn where people are now pretending to care, even if they still aren’t watching, but Superstars… even I laugh at Superstars now. There is less than 15 minutes of wrestling on this episode, but the show itself lasts 46 minutes. They brought Main Event to being taped before Smackdown and don’t pretend to bother with Superstars anymore.

They seem torn, as well, of whether they want to actually put on a good show on Superstars by giving you people you might care about, or by giving you complete throwaways. “We were pushing 3MB, but we have Shield, and we can’t do two stables at once, so here’s a bit of them on Superstars just to appease the die hards.” Because that’s all that watch this show anymore, die hards. Hell, you have a lot of fans who just don’t bother with Smackdown anymore. They tell you it’s because it’s taped, but the amount of people who watch the live shows would tell you that isn’t the fact. People just aren’t that interested. So what’s going wrong? Continue reading

Top 4 of Smackdown 2/22/13

Well, finally, Smackdown is off of the Elimination Chamber track and onto the Wrestlemania track. Honestly, this is a much better angle for the show because it stopped trying to bring the stars of Raw over. While Smackdown has still grown repetitive on who shows up from week to week instead of the show that starred some of the people that weren’t featured enough, this week it seemed to try to do something with plot, even if the plot was twisted within the matches, which is how it should be. Continue reading

Top 4 of NXT 2/21/13

First I would like to start off the blog by saying, even though neither man made the list, thank God for Scott Stanford and Tom Phillips. Scott returns as the voice over work for NXT and introduces the match cards for later in the evening. Any chance I get to hear that honey smooth New York accent speak to me is a chance in heaven. Next is Tom Phillips taking over for commentary instead of Tony Dawson. It’s no surprise I dislike Tony Dawson’s commentary, but as everyone always assumes it’s because he replaced Scott Stanford on Superstars I’d like to take this moment to prove them wrong, because I’m a huge fan of Phillips. Sure, when Phillips first came onto the commentary table a few months ago I had my doubts, and my rage it wasn’t Scott, but every time I heard him he grew on me a little more. This week there wasn’t a flaw where I just stopped and went, “Oh God, stop.” Instead, he and Regal had great back and forth between the two of them that enhanced the experience and told a story of what was happening in ring. In the few short times I’ve heard Phillips he’s improved immensely and I want more. I still want Dawson off of commentary until he learns some basic moves if he’s going to attempt to call them. Continue reading