A dedicated worker loses his job when he’s wrongly accused of not putting enough PPMs into each steak on the assembly line. As he struggles with the loss he makes a new friend in PS, an extraterrestrial non-descript piece of meat. Based on a classic typo that anyone could make.
BMMI Episode 048: The Great Molasses Flood
I remember when my great grandpappy would sit me on his knee and tell me about the wave of syrup that cascaded over Boston. I would sit wonderstruck as he told me about the brave men, women, and children that struggled through that day and the following weeks. I gasped in awe at the fact that no movie had been made about this tragic day, to my knowledge, until now!
Take a trip with us back to 1919 Boston, MA where a most strange event is about to transpire. We stroll through the flooded streets with our various protagonists all trying to comprehend the unimaginable scenario that they are living through. This poster depicts what I imagine to be exactly what it must have looked like on that fateful day.
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BMMI Guest Ep 06: Beasts Within (with Special Guest Jacob!)
Who’s a good boy? Not these animals! But, damn it, they try. This week we cash in on the never-ending money waterfall that is super hero movies by making one of our own. This one stars an original cast of zoo animals with human powers. How did they get these powers? I’m glad you asked.
When several vats of ooze, leftover props from the Daredevil movie, spill all over the local zoo it causes some pretty fantastic changes to the animals. Their DNA fuses with that of the human who gave his life trying to protect them. This infuses them with not only human powers but also human responsibilities. Unfortunately for the world, these animals still have animal morals and animal urges. This poster is meant to invoke the powerful simplicity of a Captain America or an Avengers poster. This episode guest starring Jacob of the newly launched movie review site jacobsfilmtalk.com.
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BMMI Episode 003: Real Human Skull with Carrying Case
Hey! This is a real weird one! You would never know that the seed that bore this fruit was a list of “Customers who bought this also viewed” from a harmless Amazon item:
an Alejandro Jodorowsky kid’s backpack. (No longer available on Amazon. Sorry.)
Here’s some of the items from the episode to help you picture how this movie idea was birthed. Continue reading