I try not to be a movie snob, but I can’t help it when movies like “Vampires Suck” do well financially while films such as “Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World,” “Kick-Ass,” and “Let Me In” do horrible business (just goes to prove that the popularity level of such geek-centric flicks are somewhat akin to gay-centric films).
Anyway, more often than not, these parody films will always include a jab or two at our larger and husky brethren. Jareb Dauplaise, for example, was unfortunately poked fun of in both “Meet The Spartans” and “Epic Movie.” But, hey, we got to see skin and no one is really twisting my arms to watch these abominations. So just go ahead and continue to give us our bears and chubs in all of their natural glory.
With that superficial rant out of my system, here’s David DeLuise getting all shirtless in “Vampires Suck.” In these screenshots, he revealed a physique molded by his dedication to “Mixed Martial Arts, Tae Bo, and Yogalates.” Okay, so, um, maybe I kinda lol’ed at that.
And you know what? I am definitely itching to watch just his scene on Blu-Ray…
ChaserAlex submitted a very extended trailer that quickly became an instant favorite. It’s Richard Gale‘s “The Horribly Slow Murderer With The Extremely Inefficient Weapon”…
I’m not sure if it’s a trailer for an even longer trailer or for a short film; but one thing is for sure, I definitely cannot wait to see this in its entirety. This trailer is genius and writer/director Richard Gale really knew how to parody horror while at the same time respecting it. That’s a tough act to juggle…
More importantly, our film’s woeful protagonist is played by a handsome daddy bear, Paul Clemens.
Paul Clemens reminds me of another woofy daddy bearish actor: J.T. Walsh. Check out this trailer compilation for Needful Things (awesome movie and book, by the way) and check out J.T. Walsh’s “I killed my wife…is that wrong?” delivery. Also, I found this interesting article where Russell’s Crowe character in Body Of Lies was also compared to the late J.T. Walsh: NY Magazine.
Nocturnal Emissions have created this awesome parody of the classic coin-op game, Paperboy… And, of course, there’s a big bear in it who says “This Japanese B-Boy ought to stop him!” which made the video even better…
Prison Break (definitely one of my all-time favorite TV shows) has officially ended a few weeks ago. There were two episodes that were not released, but repackaged as a full-length film that filled in the blanks to the show’s surprisingly downer (yet, uplifting in a way) ending. You can check it out on DVD and it’s called Prison Break: The Final Break. I appreciated how they did this as it did not overwhelm the fans with more prison break absurdities to the point of self-parody.
Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. was huge when I was in high school back in Hawai’i. These 6 Samoan behemoth brothers injected a dose of funk in their rap music that I enjoyed listening to. To this day, New Funky Nation is my favorite album from theirs (I still have the cassette tape!).
In the special edition CD of West Koasta Nostra, it came with a bonus DVD that had the following music video titled “Bang On.” It’s a big bear/musclebear’s wet dream come true as it’s basically a music video where most of these woofy Samoans are shirtless and just working out. And, as a bonus, we also get to see the uber-woofy Mack 10!
And here’s a funny video of a couple of crazy Polynesian men imitating that video. I give them a “LOLz” for lifting weights with seashells and pumping iron with wirecutters.
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I’m not sure if these photos came from that same short film. I got the following stills from Hollywood Ninja’s MySpace Page. Either way, both have many yummy chubbies and bearses goodness galore.