OLP: Goosebumps (Werewolf Skin and Attack of the Jack O’Lanterns) Obscurus Lupa | October 30, 2014 Happy Halloween! A jaded child rolls his eyes at werewolves and pumpkin-headed goons chase some kids. Halloween,Werewolf,goosebumps
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Yayyy a new one, I love your videos!
I loved me some Lupa holiday specials.
Where can I suggest movies for OL to review? I’ve stumbled across a bad, bad movie that may be a goldmine for her: “Beyond the Law,” an early Charlie Sheen vehicle. It features biker gangs (popular now thanks to shows like “Sons of Anarchy,”) a *painful* comedy scene where Sheen puts on a French accent while making breakfast for a child, an overlong sex scene, and an awkward climax and ending, complete with Sheen walking out into nowhere and a supporting cast member chuckling the closing lines. A lot of it is both painful and hilarious– OL should have fun picking it apart.
If you become a Patron, you can make suggestions that actually have a shot. Naturally, the fans who give Allison money to produce her show for a living instead of as a weekend hobby after work are going to get priority on suggestions.
The different voices OL puts on when dubbing characters are always hilarious. It makes me think of Baywatching– please more of that too, OL!
“I like werewolves, canould
“Phelan” is a Celtic/Gaelic/Irish name meaning “wolf.” I guess that makes him a wolfman.
::sigh:: I miss the “edit” button.
I just can’t wait until Vampire Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance comes out. I checked on IMDB and appearently Tommy Wiesau is in it. If that doesn’t warrant a review I don’t know what!
That would be Samurai Cop: Deadly Vengeance 🙂
The show was laughable for trying to be scary? Did you actually watch the show?
There were some shockingly freighting episodes for a kids’ show. Like the haunted swimming pool. That was the best episode by far.
This takes place in the alternate universe where everyone is Caucasian and speaks English. Even people with menial jobs.