Half Breed Rise of the Nephilim Aka Hybrid Genesis 6:2 Project review

When I started this blog my main goal was to focus on films that aren’t very mainstream. I had planned to do one of my favorite movies but it didn’t pan out. Today’s review is definitely not mainstream. It’s a super low budget film made in partnership with Diamond Championship Wrestling; a promotion that used to run in Pennsylvania. The movie is written and directed by Diamond Troy Justice and also stars Bad Bubba Brewer. It’s a Wild Boar Films production. You can keep up with their releases on their Facebook page Wild Boar Films. I was supposed to review this movie and another from this director back in January but I was slacking majorly.

The movie is about a secret Soviet experiment that has to do with angels impregnating women and creating hybrids just like what happened in Genesis in the bible. The movie opens with scripture pertaining to the plot and some video of Soviet military parades. The rest of the movie largely takes place in the woods of South America where we’re introduced to Captain Rhodes played by Diamond Troy Justice who is credited as Troy Fritz.

Captain Rhodes                                           Diamond Troy Justice as Captain Rhodes

Rhodes and his extraction team are tasked with finding the target Ivan Fedorova played by Bad Bubba Brewer and call in an airstrike on the compound.

Ivan the terrible                                             Ivan played by Bad Bubba Brewer

Unfortunately a C130 drops a payload containing a hybrid and all heck breaks loose. The movie follows Captain Rhodes and his first encounter with the hybrid and a second encounter with another a year later.

Hybrid 1                                                  The first hybrid encountered.

 

Sophie Hybrid 2                                                                              Hybrid 2

Now keeping in mind that the budget of this film was quite low it’s actually not too bad. Some of the effects are a bit hokey but that’s understandable. I could nitpick about the choice of military uniforms as well but I’m just here to have fun which is exactly what I had with this movie. I love that most of the firearms used in the movie seem to be real steel versions instead of air soft guns. I wish they all fired blanks instead of the flash effects but this movie was fun. I’d give it 3 stars out of 5.

You can purchase the film on amazon here; Half Breed if you go through Amazon Smile you can have a portion of your purchase go to an organization or cause you would normally support.

Illegal Aliens Review and Giveaway

Today is a bittersweet day. It’s the day before Vicious Outcast Wrestling’s Purge show. It also marks the passing of the 9th Wonder of the World Joanie “Chyna” Laurer. I’m still fairly new to the wrestling fandom so I wasn’t watching during her prime in the Attitude Era. I have seen some of her matches on my Attitude Era and DX DVDs. Today however I would like to celebrate her life through what I do know her from and that is her film work. A few weeks back I purchased Just Another Romantic Wrestling Comedy which Chyna has a small part in but today we are going to focus on the 2007 film Illegal Aliens. Now I happened to win 6 sealed copies of Illegal Aliens back in December of last year. Upon hearing the news of Chyna’s passing while in the parking lot of my volunteer job I decided I would watch this film. I hadn’t heard many good things about this movie but it was just what I needed a sci fi comedy romp.

The basic plot is that 3 shapeshifting aliens are sent to Earth in 1987 to protect the world from aliens wishing to do humans harm. They take the form of beautiful women portrayed by Lenise Soren, Anna Nicole Smith and Gladise Jimenez

Illegal aliens                     From left to right: Lenise as Cameron, Anna as Lucy and Gladise as Drew

The Illegal Aliens as the girls are called are assisted by the AI Syntax to help save the world. During the times the world doesn’t need saved they are Hollywood stunt coordinators except for Lucy who seems to have her own reality show.

 

After 3 years on Earth an evil alien named Rex who happened to be in a relationship with Cameron inhabits the body of the local eatery and bar’s wife. Who just happens to be fiendishly and hilariously portrayed by Chyna.

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Rex kills her host body’s husband Tony and proclaims that everyone is working for her now. Anyone who objects is shot. Her objective is to get the necessary parts to build a mega gravitron and destroy the world so that aliens can relegate it as their home planet.

I’d really like to not get into much else about the movie but will say it is tons of mindless fun with lots of fart jokes, girls kicking ass, and Chyna who seems to really love working on this film and getting into this role. There is also quite a bit of fourth wall breaking.

I’ve decided to rate films from here on out like wrestling matches which are out of 5 stars. This one is a solid 3 and 1/2 stars I had a lot of fun with it.

Now for the giveaway part. I will be linking this article on the Wrestling With Film FB Wrestling with Film and Twitter wrestlingwfilm twitter . Like the FB page and share this review for a chance to win. You can also follow and retweet on Twitter to be entered. This contest is only open to folks in the United States and Canada. This contest is open until Monday May 1st

 

Deluxe Lucha Loot February Crate

About 5 months ago Masked Republic started a lucha libre themed subscription crate. Every month for $19.95 plus shipping you can get a standard crate that comes with an issue of Rudo Can’t Fail; an english language Lucha zine, a T-shirt, an officially licensed mask of a lucha libre star, and an autographed 8×10. I subscribe to the deluxe crate for $32.45 plus shipping which includes a T-Shirt sized 2x or 3x, the zine, a mask, the autograph and some exclusives. T-shirts in smaller sizes come in crates priced at $29.95 Today I’ll show what I got in my February deluxe crate. If you’re interested in signing up after reading this you can at https://luchaloot.cratejoy.com/ if you are a new subscriber and use the code WRESWFILM you can get 10% off your first crate!

The deluxe crate included this awesome A Clockwork Orange logo style Ingobernales t-shirt.The Standard crates gets a different shirt than the deluxes. A Clockwork Orange happens to be one of my favorite movies. I wore it immediately after receiving it. The picture on the left is the front and the right is the back of the shirt.

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Bub is sporting this month’s mask which is a Fantasma/Hijo del Fantasma mask.

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This month’s autographed 8×10 was of the luchadora Thunder Rosa who also happens to be Kobra Moon on El Rey’s Lucha Underground

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Also included was a Lucha Las Vegas pilot screener, a lucha gym sticker, Rudo Can’t Fail Issue 4, an art card of the Rudo Can’t Fail issue 3 cover and a Mistico keychain. The only things in this picture that were in the standard crate were the RCF issue and the lucha gym sticker.IMG_4345.JPG

A Mucha Lucha ATL poster was also included in the deluxe crates. Randomly inserted ones were signed by Pentagon Jr. and Fenix.

If you like what you see head on over to https://luchaloot.cratejoy.com/ and sign up using the code WRESWFILM for 10% off your first crate.

Talking 90’s films with Derek Direction

IMG_4256A few weeks back I went to Mega Championship Wrestling and got the chance to talk to the Nickelodeon Narcissist Derek Direction who also happens to be Mega’s Infinity Champion. We shot the shit about 90’s films. I asked him prior to the recording to choose  5 films to discuss. The plan wasn’t to post the audio but as per Direction’s request here it is in it’s uncut glory Wrestling with film and Derek Direction. You can follow Derek Direction on twitter here at Derek Direction. You can also get his shirts here Pro Wrestling Tees. He also wrestles at Vicious Outcast Wrestling

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As always you can find me on twitter at Wrestlingwfilm or at various wrestling events throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Deluxe Lucha Loot January Crate

About 4 months ago Masked Republic started a lucha libre themed subscription crate. Every month for $19.95 plus shipping you can get a standard crate that comes with an issue of Rudo Can’t Fail; an english language Lucha zine, a T-shirt, an officially licensed mask of a lucha libre star, and an autographed 8×10. I subscribe to the deluxe crate for $32.45 plus shipping which includes a T-Shirt sized 2x or 3x, the zine, a mask, the autograph and some exclusives. T-shirts in smaller sizes come in crates priced at $29.95 Today I’ll show what I got in my January deluxe crate.

FullSizeRender (2)Every crate comes with an issue of RCF. This one focuses on the best factions in lucha libre. It also contains event results and interviews. By far my favorite thing in these issues is the articles about lucha cinema written by Keith J. Rainville of From Parts Unknown He’s a large part of why I started this blog about wrestlers in films. The keychain next to it is a Tinieblas mask. Tinieblas was no stranger to lucha cinema; he starred in the Los Campeones Justicieros film.

IMG_4174January’s T-Shirt in the deluxe crate was a Misioneros de la Muerte shirt. This is the trio credited with making 2 out of 3 falls six man tags the most common match in lucha libre.

IMG_4175January’s mask was Lizmark. Unfortunately he passed the month prior. My display head has seen better days. His name is Bub. He was rescued from my college’s theater.

FullSizeRender.jpgJanuary’s 8×10 is from someone I’m very familiar with; Christina Von Eerie as she worked in Shimmer Women Athletes, a company I’m a big fan of. I was very pleased to see this in the crate.

IMG_4183Deluxe crate members also get stuff exclusive to the deluxe crate. One of the things included in January’s crate is this Masked Republic poster and 2016 calendar.

FullSizeRender (1).jpgThe two other exclusive items were this never before released Viva La Lucha PPV DVD as well as a post card featuring Hijo Del Fantasma and Fenix. The Cero Miedo sticker was also included in standard crates.

You can subscribe for February’s crate using this link Lucha Loot the cut off date is February the 15th. It’s my referral link which can help me earn free crates. I love getting a box of lucha goodness delivered to my door every month. Deluxe crates also come with randomly inserted autographs and doodles by luchadors in so many crates a month. In December there was an autographed Fenix postcard.

For other officially licensed lucha products check out Masked Republic

You can find them on twitter as well Masked Republic twitter and Lucha Loot twitter

The Secret Agent Club

In 1996 Hulk Hogan had already finished his first run with the World Wrestling Federation and had joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling. ’96 also saw the release of not one but two feature length films that he received top billing; Santa with Muscles and the subject of today’s post The Secret Agent Club. The DVD cover touts the phrase “True Lies meets Home Alone” I’ve never seen True Lies so I wouldn’t know if this is an accurate description. IMDB says True Lies is about a secret agent who pretends to be a computer salesman. In The Secret Agent Club, Hogan portrays Raymond Chase; Shadow Agent masquerading as a toy shop owner so I guess it’s sort of similar.

 

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The opening credit scene has cool shots of toy weaponry such as the now highly collectible Nerf Crossbow that debuted in 1995. Seriously if I had this exact toy in this condition it’d be worth at least $200-300. These shots are juxtaposed with actual weapons and the film’s laser blaster the plot revolves around.

It opens on some undisclosed location somewhere in Asia probably because the compound has a bunch of Buddha statues on the grounds. It is here we are introduced to the main villain; Eve.

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Eve has invited a who’s who of international villains to her compound to auction off a laser blaster that would make anyone who owns it, unstoppable.

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Meanwhile Raymond, clad in black ski mask and tactical uniform is infiltrating the base. He uses a pair of weird gloves that absorbs the electricity from a high voltage fence to get onto the grounds proper.

Eve and head henchman Wrecks are seen parading the blaster around the room and use it to obliterate a mannequin.

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Once on the compound grounds Raymond runs into a Russian general. He tells the general that he needs to perform a security check. The general says the security here is ridiculous. Raymond with his now electrically charged gloves says that it’s shocking and incapacitates him with the gloves.

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He strips the general of his clothes and slips into the showroom dressed as the general just in time to hear the sheik complaining there are many ways to blast a mannequin. Eve proceeds to obliterate one of the guards seen on the compound. The sheik is still not impressed so she blows up his helicopter. She says bidding will start at 10 billion dollars and that the auction will start after dinner.

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Raymond sticks around for a closer look at the blaster. He asks Wrecks if his shades are scratch resistant and punches him a whole bunch of times in the face and knocks him out.

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Raymond uses a glass of wine to detect trip lasers before stealing the blaster. Upon trying to exit the room he encounters a guard with a gun who he promptly knocks out. Seeing that the hall is full of more guards, he uses the out of commission guard’s turban as an escape rope to the ground. It actually looks like a bunch of turbans tied together but whatever. Upon exiting the window and trying to leave the grounds he runs into Eve who though despite earlier in the movie just calls him general in English is now using Russian to communicate with him instead. I hardly remember any of my college Russian courses but it was Russian. She tries feeling him up and finds the laser blaster and calls for the guards. Raymond makes a mad dash amidst a hail of AK-47 fire and uses the blaster to blast through the fence. Wrecks uses a rifle with a scope to try to shoot him but just manages to blow up the Buddha statues. Raymond runs to the edge of a cliff and dives off before Wrecks and Eve can capture him and he rides off into the distance with some weird water scooter thing.

The movie then shifts to his son Jeremy’s parent/child baseball game. Jeremy is upset that his dad is missing yet another game. It cuts to Raymond, who for some reason still has his general uniform on despite having to fly from wherever in Asia he was, changing while driving with no concern for safety to make it there in time. He pulls in, takes off his hairpiece and mustache and is just regular ol clutzy Raymond.

Brian Knobs           Jeremy and the umpire played by Brian Knobs of The Nasty Boys

Ray arrives just in time to catch the game winning out and then it’s off to Ray’s Toy Go Round to make a delivery. I think I may have to let Matt Dinosaur Dracula borrow this so he can do his toy store breakdown of all the goodies in the store. I don’t know how Jeremy can be sour going into that place full of awesome toys. The store is run by Mr. Yamata played by James Hong who doesn’t sound Japanese at all. Raymond calls into Shadow to report he has the laser blaster but is informed by General Anderson that he has to stay with the item until a rendezvous at 1400 hrs.  Jeremy happens to the blaster but Ray tells him it’s a prototype toy. It’s also made known that Eve and her cronies are in the states and may be onto Chase’s location. From there it’s a mad dash or car ride to nowhere as Chase and Jeremy try to outrun some henchman in police cars. Ray explains that the toy thing is a cutthroat business. There’s some wrecks and explosions and then Wrecks, Evie’s right hand shows up and Jeremy is forced to run but not after Ray gives him a cellular phone and the instruction that he can trust Max Simpson. Wrecks kicks Ray with his metal foot/boot thingy and the henchmen take him away. Wrecks chases after Jeremy who climbs a ladder and uses an inflatable grand opening bear to cushion his fall as he rides it down to the ground. He kicks the ladder to maroon Wrecks and is off to the secret club; an old bunker.

Virtual BOy                         Check out that Godzilla and that Virtual Boy

Clubhouse                                               Coolest Clubhouse ever

Jeremy tries explaining the situation he’s in but his friends are having none of it. He takes them to his house to show them the fake cops but they aren’t there. A mysterious stranger however is seen leaving the house. Upon entering the house Jeremy and gang realize the place has been ransacked. Probably because a rival toy company is trying to find the prototype. After wracking their brains on whether or not Ray has survived they decide that if he had survived he would be at the toy store.

The next scene is Mr. Yamata gathering all the secret Shadow documents to take to a secure location but Wrecks shows up and starts a toystore brawl. We get some good product shots during the fight. I’d really love to catalog everything in the store. Mr. Yamata puts up a valiant effort but Wrecks drops an entire shelf of toys on top of him. The kids show up and notice the store has been messed up as well and while looking in the office are surprised by Yamata’s grandson Shigeo who does have a passable Japanese accent unlike Hong. They notice him under the shelves and it cuts to an abandoned asylum that has been requisitioned by Eve. We are shown a simulation of Jeremy questioning Ray about the location of the weapon being conducted by a scientist who looks an awful lot like the family’s mechanic we had as a kid. It’s explained to Eve that it is a Virtual Reality Simulation that combined with mind altering drugs makes the experience seem very real.

Scientist                    Seriously this guy is our old mechanic’s doppelganger

After realizing the dosage is not enough to get Ray to reveal his secrets the scientist insists that he be able to drill into his brain for direct access. Eve receives a phone call from Wrecks who is outside the toy store where an ambulance has arrived. He informs her, that there were some complicationsand that he doesn’t possess the weapon. After we see Mr. Yamata  taken away by the ambulance we finally get introduced properly to Jeremy’s friends.

Friends   From Left; Rosalie, her brother Bart, Jeremy, Sly, Forefront is Shigeo

After some awkward bowing and handshakes it’s decided that they better find the ray gun so they can bargain to get Jeremy’s dad back so it’s off to the impound lot. After a quick search they find the car and the secret compartment but Wrecks is also at the impound lot and he’s found the kids. They start the car and back it up as Wrecks has Bart by the throat. Wrecks is thrown off the car and the kids escape mostly unharmed. Well Jeremy loses a shoe. Everyone thanks Shigeo who replies Dōitashimashite which the kids hear as don’t touch the mustache. Apparently it’s Japanese for you’re welcome. After a quick minute’s respite Wrecks shows up hot on their trail. Sly asks for the gun and tells them to meet him at the clubhouse in an hour. After hitting the ramp in the alley and causing Wrecks to well wreck. The kids are on their way to safety when a white van pulls off with a man who tells them to get inside. He shoots at Wrecks and the kids hop in the van. Turns out the guy who rescues them is Max Simpson he takes them to a safe house and wows them all with some magic tricks, it’s all smoke and coins and stuff.

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After a little ala-ka-zazzle. It’s back to the asylum. Where this time the VR Simulation is Jeremy at his mother’s grave. He tells Ray it’s all his fault and that she died of loneliness but he’ll forgive him if he just tells him where the weapon is. It’s still not working and the scientist asks to drill into Ray’s brain again. Eve tells him to crank it to maximum.

Cut back to the safe house with Max who explains that Ray owns the toy store as cover and actually is an agent for Shadow, along with Max himself, and Mr. Yamata. After finding out that Sly has the weapon, Shigeo and Max leave to make phone calls.

In the laboratory the scientist tells Ray that he is going to be his greatest creation ever and he better not be faking. He totally is and escapes from the scientist. He calls in to Jeremy on his watch which is actually a phone but he is caught by a cage triggered by a sensor. Eve answers the phone and lets Jeremy know that if she doesn’t have the weapon in 2 hrs they are going to drill into his father’s brain. After the phone call the mysterious stranger breaks in the door and says that he has been looking for the kids. They think he’s the bad guy and Shigeo kicks the crap out of him. They tie him up with all the electrical wires in the house. Shigeo insists on seeing his grandfather and the kids let him know they’ll leave a message on the computer if they need him.

Back in the bunker Sly who happens to a master hacker or some stuff is trying to access the Shadow Network. He does and they find all about Raymond Chase’s history as an agent. Jeremy is upset that his dad never told him the truth. Rosalie explains that it’s kinda like Clark Kent not telling Louis he’s superman to protect her. Meanwhile Sly is looking up Max’s dossier. As it’s loading it’s noticed he’s already outside the bunker. After some quick chit chat Max asks Sly where the weapon is and they’re all off to get it but in the bunker it’s revealed…

maxThat the mysterious stranger is actually Max and that they are in fact with a bad guy but they don’t know that yet.

However when the van opens, Wrecks inside and the kids know they’ve been had. After a short drive to a “nice neighborhood” it’s revealed that Sly has an in with a local gang and the gun is definitely safe. This catches the bad guy Scarletti and Wrecks off guard but not for long because Scarletti uses his magic or whatever to get the gun and hold Jeremy at gunpoint. Jeremy gets loose and hides in front of a mirror when Scarletti blasts the laser it bounces in the mirror and…

ScarlettiBam! Swiss cheese. I found this to be especially odd since everyone previously blasted with the laser just broke into a billion pieces.

The kids escape and decide to rescue Ray themselves and to leave Shigeo a message to meet them at Ray’s Toy ground in a half hour protected by a password. The kids arrive at the toy store and choose their weapons. Which means more product placement!

A few of the weapons the kids choose. A rocket launcher, some Gak, a realistic water pistol, and some caps.

Shigeo shows up but reveals he didn’t delete the message. Sly says it’s not a problem as it’s encoded. We cut to Shadow operating base somewhere on a ship where a crew is trying to hack into the clubhouse computer to no avail. The Password hint is thank you Shigeo San but apparently it takes a lot longer to crack then it took Sly to hack into Shadow’s network which is a whole bunch of what. The general explains that it’s a highly unusual pass code.

In the laboratory Ray is once again hooked up to the VR unit while Eve impatiently waits for results and Wrecks comes in all angry.

 

Geared               Outside the asylum the kids are geared up for an infiltration.

 

dig                        The gang decides there is only one thing to do dig.

While the kids are busy running around the asylum grounds, Shadow finally cracks the pass code; don’t touch the mustache, which Max instantly recognizes as Japanese for you’re welcome, sort of. The kids realize the doors are locked and voice encoded and Shadow finally knows Ray is being held at the asylum and they mobilize.

Meanwhile the gang is using Teddy Ruxpin to gain entry into the asylum

The two hours are up so it’s time to get to drilling for Wrecks and scientist dude. Rosalie sets up a slip and slide for fast escape and Shigeo uses a yo-yo to knock out a guard. After seeing Ray about to get drilled in the head the gang comes up with a plan.

freeze.jpgLet off a roll strip of caps and break in and tell everyone don’t move.

 

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After taking Sly’s gun and ordering  Wrecks to give him his weapon they squirt him in the face because surprise it’s a water pistol. Unfortunately Eve shows up with a pistol and disarms everyone. Rosalie busts in and fires a foam rocket at the scientist’s head and Ray disarms Eve amidst the distracton and a scuffle breaks out between him and Wrecks. It ends with a slinky to Wrecks’ boot connected to a generator that electrocutes him and Shadow starts moving in on the asylum.

Eve has escaped and has issued an alarm meaning all the cronies are headed into the asylum on red alert. While escaping through a stairwell Bart sets up some marbles to trip the guards. This must be where the home alone comparison comes in. After climbing the stairs to the roof and silly stringing and gak’ng some guards faces followed by a few strikes and kicks by Ray and Shigeo and some funny foam to trip up a guard comng up the stairway the gang gives Ray the blaster and he blasts the stairway that has filled with more guards. Eve says there is no way off the roof so Ray starts blowing up vehicles and guards with the laser blaster. After dispatching a large portion of the grounds forces it’s down the stairs and into the main lobby. Unfortunately Eve gets the drop on Jeremy.

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She demands Ray hand over the weapon or she’ll kill the boy. Ray flips a switch on the blaster and the switch is made. Eve attempts to use the blaster but it is disabled after a swift kick to the blaster by Ray the gang is off running from a barrage of arms fire towards the fence as Shadow closes in. The ground forces see that Shadow has arrived and runs away. Rosalie gives the slip and slide a blast from her super soaker and the gang slides to safety.

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Shadow comes in and Ray asks them what took so long and tells them Eve still has the weapon but only for about 30 seconds. As Eve is upset and running around the asylum she realizes to late that the blaster is set to self destruct.

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She gets trapped by one of her own cage traps and Shadow says to get the kids outta there because the blaster is set to self destruct.

 

 

Untitled                                        It’s too late for Eve though.

 

The movie ends with the kids earning the intelligence cross or some nonsense. All in all it’s a fun family action movie and I’d give it a 3 out of  stars.

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Stick around for the credits hip hop song that basically summarizes the plot a lot quicker than I did. Thanks for reading nearly 3,000 words about a movie Hulk Hogan was in.

The Box of Shitmas Haul

My buddy who runs the blog Shit Movie Fest ran a giveaway called The Box of Shitmas. I just happened to be the winner. Here’s some pics and blurbs about the contents. Spoiler: it’s a lot of shit.

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7 freaking sealed copies of Illegal Aliens starring Anna Nicole Smith and “Chyna” Joan Laurer. I’ll be keeping one and giving the rest away to friends. Only one person has accepted to take one so far.

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Star Trek: The Primate Directive Planet of the Apes crossover issue plus a bunch of dvds and blurays. Gun Woman I think has actually been on my watchlist for a while. That Jeff Dunham will go to my best friend as I’m burnt out on his comedy because my best friend played the specials constantly in our dorm room.

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That blurry thing on the far right in the previous picture is this Gandalf lenticular bookmark and staff pen.

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A bunch of other random stuff. Blizzard entertainment magnets, Shredder sunglasses, ugly sweater cookies, Mindfreak journal and hat, some steam punk novel, a film cell from Empire Strikes Back and sticky darts. I was obsessed with sticky toys as a kid and even concocted my own formula to make them even more sticky. I don’t remember the formula. That North Poe (Lol) card had a $25 fandango card, a $15 Barnes and Nobles card and not pictured a $25 Amazon card that immediately was spent on a large order of autograph protectors

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A bunch of graphic novels based on games I’ve never played. Although Dead Space I’d love to play. Reading these should be a blast.

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I’ve seen none of these not sure how many seasons there are of Prisoners of War as this only the 1st season I may have to buy the rest for completion sake. The one I’m most excited for is The Thing on the Doorstep because I am a huge Lovecraft fan. I’ve actually thought of creating a lovecraftian protagonist wrestling persona. Not for me. I can’t wrestle but I’d love to see that in ring and storyline wiT

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There is a bunch of dvds in the box of shitmas here are some more. Meet Me There actually stars Gold Dust from WWE and features a bit part played by Leva Bates so I can’t wait to write about that one.

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That’s some Smoky and the Bandit film top left I think bottom left is Hillbilly Horrorshow Vol 1. I’ve seen none of these.

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Finally own a Dustin Mills movie (Skinless) hopefully one of many.

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Bunch of blurays, cds, tetris stickers and elf ears. Fun fact these might actually be better elf ears than the ones Paige sports in the WWE film Santa’s Little Helper but more on that film some other time. I also can finally watch one of Chad’s The Horror Movie BBQ favorite movies Batman in high definition.

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Bunch of figures and what not. The Frankenstein and Andre the Giant were pulled from funko mystery boxes. Andre will go to a friend as I do already own him. Those cosplay cards are really nifty. I’ll be opening those soon. The Monty Python magnets are nifty as well.

That’s it that’s everything in The Box of Shitmas

Christmas Fallout 2015

This wasn’t going to be my first post but I need to start somewhere. My good pals Chad of Horror Movie BBQ Matt of Dinosaur Dracula and Jay of The Sexy Armpit all did Christmas Fallouts and Wrestling With Film wouldn’t exist without these three dudes so here goes.

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First up are 3 films starring some stars from the Joshi Puroresu scene (Japanese Women’s Wrestling) They are Mutant Girl Squad and Robo Geisha featuring Shida Hikaru and Brute Educational Institution featuring Mio Shirai, Takako Inoue and Kayo Noumi. Brute Educational Institution was sent to me by a buddy from twitter who runs the sites Puroresu Central and Puro Central Shop if you’re into Japanese Wrestling at all you should be using these two sites.

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Next up is a bunch of Lucha goodness. I was turned onto lucha hero films by my pal Keith J. Rainville who runs From Parts Unknown I hope to learn Spanish to better understand the films and to be able to read that massive book on the history of luchadores in cinema. Top left is Santo Contra Mujeres Vampiro. Top Right is Santo Contra Las Momias de Guanajuato. Middle Left is Las Momias de San Angel and middle right is a trio of Capulina films one of which I know features luchadores thanks to Keith’s book Zombi Mexicano

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Finally is some films with some more recognizable wrestling personas. I love Santa with Muscles but I hear it’s not very well received. I’ve also watched 12 Rounds 3: Lockdown.

 

All in all a pretty damn good Christmas filled with tons of things I hope to write about on this blog.