The Red Letter Media Appreciation Thread

Arbitrary

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They weren't kidding, this was really good. For having the basic "dark secret in the heart of suburbia" framework it kept me guessing with some good twists and turns before turning up the heat for the entire second half.

Very happy with it.
 

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Watched that latest Plinketto video.

Macaulay Culkin looks like a normal person again. He was pretty funny, sort of fitted in well with the gang, but I found his laughter had an odd sound to it.
 
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Guess he's just a regular now, because he did a Re:View for Hackers like a month ago. That's 3 (or more?) episodes in a month. He was not only surprisingly normal, but actually entertaining.

I probably don't watch as much RLM as I should.
 
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Guess he's just a regular now, because he did a Re:View for Hackers like a month ago. That's 3 (or more?) episodes in a month. He was not only surprisingly normal, but actually entertaining.

I probably don't watch as much RLM as I should.
I think when they have a guest they try and film a bunch of stuff. When those two Canadians are about you tend to get more than one episode of stuff with them, when they had director Simon Barrett he was in a Best of the Worst as well as a Re:View of his movie The Guest, there was a comic book artist that was in a couple different things, and another director/martial artist guy that was in multiple things as well.
 

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didnt one of the plinkett reviews mention Culkin once as a creepy weirdo when he grew up?
Yeah, they did. My guess is they met him through Landis. I think that was the first episode where caulkin showed up. And he played the satanic Hollywood star.

caulking recently launched a YouTube project is my guess why you're seeing him popping up all over.

Kinda funny. Landis went them a script for his Frankenstein movie and Mike shot all over it, while saying it was better than what actually got made.
 

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I think when they have a guest they try and film a bunch of stuff. When those two Canadians are about you tend to get more than one episode of stuff with them, when they had director Simon Barrett he was in a Best of the Worst as well as a Re:View of his movie The Guest, there was a comic book artist that was in a couple different things, and another director/martial artist guy that was in multiple things as well.
Hell yes I watched The Guest after that re:view and botw with the director. I thought that movie was fantastic.

Also the martial artist guy Len Kabazinski or something was hilarious. He was so humble about the terrible schlock movies he was making.
 

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He meshes well with the guys. He either shares the same sense of humour or knows how to match it incredibly well. He stands out a bit though as his personality is forward compared to their passivity. (Him getting up and yelling at Rich was a bit out of place for them)
 
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