Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Alone in the Dark

Looks like the Nostalgia Critic may need some help on this one...

25 comments:

James said...

Ohmigod that is the greatest review I've ever seen in my life!!!

Sorry, had a bit of a Bum moment there. But wow. Linkara, you, Doug and Spoony did a fantastic job.

The Trembler said...

Great review. 90s Kid's death was as wonderful as Dr. Insano's was tragic. A good thing none of those deaths have to matter (except for 90s Kid; I'm sorry about his survival. ;-) ).

Was this filmed when Mr. D. Walker said he was losing his voice?

Was the reason this review was kept secret so that Mr. Boll couldn't make any threats before the review was released?

Black Lantern Aquaman said...

So what are your opinions on black lanterns? i mean, we shouldn't let a cut...uh, cut you off.

Stephen said...

Great review.

I've mentioned to friends in the past how Uwe Boll is the worst filmmaker of all time, but I refuse to buy any of his movies so that they can see them.

Now that I think about it there might be one worse than him...but it's certainly a toss up.

Artimus said...

Ok, I gotta give you massive, MASSIVE props for this. That was one of the funniest things I've seen this year. The highlight was 90's kid yelling, "So not radical!" I was like "That's so 90's Kid."

Congratulations and thank you, Spoony, and Doug for all the effort!

Jared Goswell-Avery said...

Ugg... Uwe Boll. I saw his Postal movie and like with this review had more fun figuring out were he filmed the pice of crap. That shamefully enough it's filmed in my town/city of Vancouver, BC, Canada and the areas around it because the city is dirt cheap to use as a backdrop for a fictional part of the US for Hollywood filming. The shame the shame that my town lets Boll film his abominable movies here.

And yes I did see Boll beat the manpiss out of some of his critics live like Lowtax from Something Awful fame when he was in Vancouver between filming Postal. He may make godawful movies but man can he beat the hell out of people in the boxing ring.

Anyways the review has got to be the best colab I have seen between you, Doug and the Spoony One and something tells me this was the review that you were hinting to back in your Warrior commentary.

The moment that I loved the most was when 90's Kid, Insano, B and the Bum wondered in to the room and got cut down. Also you and Spoony at the start singing "this is boring get to the show" to the tune of Star Wars. You guys harmonize quite well IMO.

MFlorian said...

Oh wow. That was all kinds of awesome.

I remember Spoony's original Alone in the Dark review, but this was fantastic.

Out of curiousity, how close do you guys live to each other? Or do you actually fly all the way out to Arizona or wherever the Nostalgia Critic lives?

That's pretty cool.

Nate Winchester said...

Awesome. (and i just started it)

I look forward to many more of you guys teaming up. And here I was concerned about who would carry the torch after Mike, Kevin and Bill passed on...

Looks like we've found the riffers for the next generation.

Anonymous said...

Was this that super-secret review you mentioned in your WARRIOR commentary? If so, I can see why you didn't want to ruin it for the rest of us! Awesome job!

Bookmonkey said...

So, any plans for sequels? - they did have a comic after all.

Sweet cheese and crackers that movie looked aweful, the review however, was awesome!

Thanks

DaftRaider42 said...

I nearly choked when I heard Linkara mention the Black Lanterns in their bit about "if you make it down here alive, you're already dead".

Black Lanterns would have made this epic! Especially Black Lantern 90's kid, Dr. Insano, Bhargov and Chester A. Bum.

Philosophista said...

Holymotherfuckingshit my three favorite reviwers at the same time against the Liefield of Movies!!! Fantastic!

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love these crossover reviews ^_^

Maybe you should consider doing another, like reviewing any of the X-Men films with "Confused Matthew"? :-) (he recently did a audio only review of "Star Trek" with SFDebris).

Queen Anthai said...

BEST. THING. EVER.

You guys should do a RiffTrax together. I loved this like kittens.

Anonymous said...

"but man can he beat the hell out of people in the boxing ring"

Only because he trained for weeks at it and the critics were just thinking it was some charity match not that Boll was actually taking it seriously.

somethingawful.com did have an article in which the prior screenplay that Boll threw out was detailed and it was actually faithfull to the game series. Thankfully a number of companies have denied any involvement with Boll for future projects and the other ones that he was supposed to be doing now seem to be in development hell since the German tax loopholes Boll was exploiting to get millions of dollars each film that flopped was done away.

aa97464 said...

Linkara, when was this review filmed? Because spoony made reference to "health care legislation" which wasn't, if I recall, a topic of discussion at the time of the big Chicago meet-up.

Truce Weston said...

LOL! OMG that was beyond funny!

Until this guy makes a good movie, MAKE MINE LINKARA!

slave2fate52638 said...

Nostalgia Critic, Linkara, and The Spoony One all in one video, BEST VIDEO EVER...for now lol.

Joshua the Anarchist said...

Please, please, PLEASE tell me we will see more of the Three Schmuckhead.

espanolbot said...

You know Link, as good as the Critic's videos are (and they are mostly very good) I literally CHEERED when you and Spoony appeared.

Well done, one of the funniest things I've seen in a long time. :)

ThatWeirdGuy said...

That was awesome Linkara. You three should do this more often, you guys have great chemistry. :)

You three are my favorite reviewers on the site, so it was like the perfect trifecta of awesomeness for me. XD

The House of C.R.P said...

It's also a shame that this movie was followed by the failtastic 2008 game.

Fantastic work to everyone involved. NC's voice kept reminding me of Gantz Abridged.

The House of C.R.P said...

Oh, and I heard that famous internet critic Seanbaby jumped at the chance challenge Uwe Boll, but when Boll heard that he had studied Muai Thai, and was 6'4, he turned it down.

Shame. I would have loved to see that fight.

MedGeek said...

I laughed my ass off man seriously U are the best.

Mateja Kova─Ź said...

This is the video that motivated me to watch yours.

And I don't think Uwe Boll's worth any kind of emotion, it's just impossible what goes on in Hollywood and what "specimen" goes to the top to the top by being advertised as something really awesome, it's sad :/