The League of Extraordinary Alcoholics VS The Horde Of Really Creepy Undead Zombie Flesh Eaters

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Diesen Beitrag schreibe ich alleine wegen dieses Filmtitels. Ich meine, fuck! „The League of Extraordinary Alcoholics VS The Horde Of Really Creepy Undead Zombie Flesh Eaters“, das schlägt ja diesen einen Filmtitel um Längen (sic!), auf dessen Name ich jetzt nicht komme. Ich hätte ja noch ein „from outer Space“ angehängt, aber was solls. Der Trailer auf der Myspace-Seite sieht furchtbar aus, das Poster-Artwork noch viel furchtbarer und wie gesagt: es geht mir wirklich nur um den Filmtitel. The League of Extraordinary Alcoholics VS The Horde Of Really Creepy Undead Zombie Flesh Eaters. From outer Space.

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  1. Peter Noster

    Du meinst sicher “Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil”

  2. Renington Steele

    Genau. Ging der so? Jedenfalls: Der Titel ist doch besser ;-)

  3. Peter Noster

    Es geht sogar noch besser:

    “Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil, Mutant, Hellbound, Flesh-Eating Subhumanoid Zombified Living Dead, Part 3″

  4. Peter Noster

    alle in der imdb zu finden.

  5. Bouncy

    mein kopf explodierte soeben

  6. Peter Noster

    @Bouncy: Hast du einen Scanner getroffen ;)

  7. Jeff Ebright

    He Kerle!
    Gerechter Gedanke, den ich vorbei fallenlassen u. Dank für meinen Film öffentlich trashing sagen würde! Es gibt keine solche Sache wie schlechte Werbung;)
    Dieser Film wurde in Erwiderung auf eine betrunkene vor gebildete Stabwette 4 Jahren geschrieben. Mit $20.000, die Etat es nicht wie “ich aussieht, sind Legende”, aber mindestens sind unsere Zombies realistischer.
    Wenn es nicht Spaß ist, sind wir nicht doin ‘ es!

    Jeff Ebright
    Writer/Director/Bourbon Fürsprecher http://www.myspace.com/lxalcoholics

  8. Renington Steele

    No Problem Dude, that Filmtitle is simply hillarious. And I am Legend sucks, if you take away the first 30 Minutes ;-)

  9. chris

    deutsch ist nicht deine stärke, jeff

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