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To expand on those ways to get slashed in a slasher film. For the hot chicks, make sure you wear the most flimsy faded short Daisy Duke shorts or a micro mini showing some trim. Also the hot chick should be promiscuous just like the dudes. Or wear her cheerleading outfit.
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Originally posted by insanity213 insanity213 wrote:

Originally posted by Jimmy Jimmy wrote:

I’m no fan of horror movies….at least not the ones featuring teen being slashed etc. So I don’t really understand the point behind this ad, other than the kids shown are absolutely stupid.

Actually that’s exactly the point Wink  In your general horror/slasher, there are always boneheaded choices made by the characters which lead to their inevitable deaths. 

In your prototypical slasher flick, make sure to do the following in order to avoid surviving:

1) Always split up – it’s safer to be alone than in the group
2) If you hear a noise, be sure to investigate it. And if it’s dark, don’t bother bringing a light source.
3) If there’s a knock on the door or a phone ringing, answer it.  It may just be a singing telegram, but it could be the killer and you need to make sure he/she knows you’re home.
4) If the killer’s in the house, run UPSTAIRS where you can’t escape nearly as easily as on the ground floor.
5) If you think you’ve killed the killer? Instead of doing the logical thing and getting as far away as possible, stick around.  Check his vitals, make sure he’s dead because he likely isn’t i.e. the fun’s not over yet.
6) If you’re a female, show your tits.  If you’re a male, hit on every female possible. Promiscuous qualities tend to move you to the front of the killer’s line
7) You find yourself a dead body, either fresh or decaying? Scream as loud as humanly possible so the killer knows where you are.
8) If you happen to run into Jamie Lee Curtis, you’re in luck.  She’s almost always gonna be the sole survivor, so you’re most likely dead even if you ignore the first 7 guidelines.

This old Eddie Murphy bit always cracks me up
This old Eddie Murphy bite constantly cracks me up

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
Did anyone else notice that the entirely SANE suggestion — – ” Why do n’t we get in the run cable car ? ” — – comes from the blond ? And of course the others dismiss her trace because she ‘s blond, ergo speechless ?
I got tantalum admit though, I love the search on the grimace of the guy behind the chain saw. It ‘s kind of a “ this is excessively easy ” or “ are you kidding me ? ”
Children are equitable God ‘s short way of punishing us for having sex
Originally posted by Granite Granite wrote:

Originally posted by Papa Lazarou Papa Lazarou wrote:

I like this one.

Me besides ! It cracks me up every time :
girl : “ Why ca n’t we fair get in the running car ? ”
guy : “ Are you crazy ? ! Let ‘s shroud behind the chain saw ! ”
Tongue

problem is, Geico is about 30 years too late. People were saying this stuff since the 80’s when Friday the 13th first came out.

Geico probably thinks they are so clever lol
problem is, Geico is about 30 years excessively late. People were saying this stuff since the 80 ‘s when Friday the thirteenth first came out.Geico credibly thinks they are so apt lol

Wink Yeah, I ‘d rent that one …. “ Puppet Master 12 : The Dance of Death / Puppets vs. the GEICO Gecko ”

This is a clever takeoff on Cabin in the Woods, lampooning the clueless characters in horror movies.

The chainsaw killer is played by David Figlioli, the guy who says “Are you crazy? Let’s hide behind the chainsaws” is played by Creagen Dow, the girl who say “Why can’t we just get in the running car?” is played by Carrie Wiita, the girl who says “No, in the basement” is played by Cali Fredrichs, and the guy who says “Let’s hide in the attic” is played by Aaron Jennings.

I like this ad!

Originally posted by zippyjet zippyjet wrote:

Go figure I’m one of the few who like this commercial. It is so spot on. The young buff 20 somethings acting clueless. And of course the obligatory girl in the mini skirt. For once an actual clever commercial and from Geico nonetheless.

I suppose I’m in the minority here because I like this commercial as well.

And do n’t forget that when you are investigating that noise in the house, always walk backwards sol that you can conveniently bump immediately into the killer whale .
If we knew what we were doing, it would n’t be called research, would it ? -Albert Einstein
Originally posted by 8MorDaz2Halloween 8MorDaz2Halloween wrote:

This is a clever takeoff on Cabin in the Woods, lampooning the clueless characters in horror movies.

Cabin in the Woods didn’t invent that concept. Scream was a huge hit doing just that a decade and a half before Cabin in the Woods existed, and IT didn’t pioneer the concept…
Cabin in the Woods did n’t invent that concept. Scream was a huge collision doing just that a decade and a half before Cabin in the Woods existed, and IT did n’t pioneer the concept …

“ I see the sadness in their eyes
Melancholy in their cries
Devoid of all the mania
The human spirit can not die ”
Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by 8MorDaz2Halloween 8MorDaz2Halloween wrote:

This is a clever takeoff on Cabin in the Woods, lampooning the clueless characters in horror movies.

Cabin in the Woods didn’t invent that concept. Scream was a huge hit doing just that a decade and a half before Cabin in the Woods existed, and IT didn’t pioneer the concept…

Speaking of Scream, I took your advice from a few weeks ago and rented Craven’s New Nightmare, watched it the other night.  It was pretty good, and obviously reminded me of Scream in the satirical “movie within a movie” sense. I loved how the actors from the original played themselves, and a couple of cameos as well by Lin Shaye & the guy who played Rod.
Speaking of Scream, I took your advice from a few weeks ago and rented Craven ‘s New Nightmare, watched it the other night. It was reasonably good, and obviously reminded me of Scream in the satirical “ movie within a movie ” sense. I loved how the actors from the master play themselves, and a couple of cameo as well by Lin Shaye & the guy who played Rod.

” think of how dazed the average person is, and then realize half of ’em are stupider than that. ” – George Carlin

Originally posted by Tampon Submarine Tampon Submarine wrote:

Originally posted by zippyjet zippyjet wrote:

Go figure I’m one of the few who like this commercial. It is so spot on. The young buff 20 somethings acting clueless. And of course the obligatory girl in the mini skirt. For once an actual clever commercial and from Geico nonetheless.

I suppose I’m in the minority here because I like this commercial as well.


Upon counting the yay and nay posts, we’re actually in the majority!

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elsewheres on the interwebz the reaction is mainly positive to this Geico horror flick takeoff.

Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by 8MorDaz2Halloween 8MorDaz2Halloween wrote:

This is a clever takeoff on Cabin in the Woods, lampooning the clueless characters in horror movies.

Cabin in the Woods didn’t invent that concept. Scream was a huge hit doing just that a decade and a half before Cabin in the Woods existed, and IT didn’t pioneer the concept…

Of course! CITW was released in 2012 & lots of movies have had the same theme of teens in peril, young adults in peril, families in peril, with the characters being clueless as to how to avoid trouble!  It’s just the latest in a long line; Scream is from 1996.

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Originally posted by Cqldbakc Wilson Cqldbakc Wilson wrote:

Just in time for Halloween, someone had this list for surviving Horror movies…

If you happen to end up in a Halloween or horror movie, it
is worthwhile to remember a few simple rules to help keep
yourself healthy, happy and safe (in other words, not
dead).

1 – When it appears that you have killed the monster,
NEVER check to see if it’s really dead.

2 – Never read a book of demon summoning aloud, even as a
joke.

3 – Do not search the basement, especially if the power
has gone out.

4 – If your children speak to you in Latin or any other
language which they should not know, shoot them
immediately. It will save you a lot of grief in the long
run. However, it will probably take several rounds to kill
them, so be prepared. This also applies to kids who speak
with somebody else’s voice.

5 – When you have the benefit of numbers, NEVER pair off
or go alone. Hit the first person that says, “Let’s split
up.”

6 – As a general rule, don’t solve puzzles that open
portals to Hell. It’s just not that fun.

7 – Never stand in, on, or above a grave, tomb, or crypt.
This would apply to any other house of the dead as well.

8 – If you’re searching for something which caused a loud
noise and find out that it’s just the cat, GET OUT OF
THERE ANYWAY!

9 – If appliances start operating by themselves, do not
check for short circuits; just get out.

10 – Do not take ANYTHING from the dead.

11 – If you find a town which looks deserted, there’s
probably a good reason for it. Don’t stop and look around.

12 – Don’t fool with recombining DNA technology unless
you’re sure you know what you’re doing.

13 – If you’re running from the monster, expect to trip or
fall down at least twice, more if you are female. Also
note that, despite the fact that you are running and the
monster is merely shambling along, it’s still moving fast
enough to catch up with you.

14 – If your companions suddenly begin to exhibit
uncharacteristic behavior such as hissing, fascination for
blood, glowing eyes, increasing hairiness, and so on, kill
them immediately.

15 – Stay away from certain geographical locations, some
of which are listed here: Amityville, Elm Street,
Transylvania, Nilbog (you’re in trouble if you recognize
this one), anywhere in Texas where chain saws are sold,
the Bermuda Triangle, or any small town in Maine.

16 – If your car runs out of gas at night on a lonely
road, do not go to the nearby deserted-looking house to
phone for help. If you think that it is strange you ran
out of gas because you thought you had most of a tank,
shoot yourself instead. You are going to die anyway, and
most likely be eaten.

17 – Beware of strangers bearing tools. For example: chain
saws, staple guns, hedge trimmers, electric carving
knives, combines, lawn mowers, butane torches, soldering
irons, band saws, or any devices made from deceased
companions.

18 – If you find that your house is built upon a cemetery,
now is the time to move in with the in-laws. This also
applies to houses that had previous inhabitants who went
mad or committed suicide or died in some horrible fashion,
or had inhabitants who performed satanic practices.

19 – Dress appropriately. When investigating a noise
downstairs in an old house, women should not wear a flimsy
negligee. And carry a flashlight, not a candle. Make that
two flashlights!

20 – Do not mention the names of demons around open
flames, as these can flare suddenly. Be especially careful
of fireplaces in this regard.

21 – Do not go looking for witches in the Maryland
countryside.

LOL.

Numbers 2, 6 & 20 are dangerous in real life, not just horror movies.

Nilbog is Goblin spelled backwards.  Redrum.

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SEVEN DAYS TILL HALLOWEEN!

Never answer the phone if:

1.  Spooky music starts to play.

2.  Caller ID reads 666.

3.  Caller ID reads 000-000-0000.

Originally posted by insanity213 insanity213 wrote:

Speaking of Scream, I took your advice from a few weeks ago and rented Craven’s New Nightmare, watched it the other night.  It was pretty good, and obviously reminded me of Scream in the satirical “movie within a movie” sense. I loved how the actors from the original played themselves, and a couple of cameos as well by Lin Shaye & the guy who played Rod.

Yeah, it’s neat seeing so much of the original cast as back as themselves.
Yeah, it ‘s clean seeing so much of the original shed equally back as themselves .

“ I see the gloominess in their eyes
Melancholy in their cries
Devoid of all the heat
The homo intent can not die ”
Quote In your prototypical slasher flick, make sure to do the following in order to avoid surviving:

A ) Stand around texting, remaining forgetful to all that goes on around you. ( On the early pass, the slasher may be disappointed that the victims are n’t resisting, and go off to find more challenge prey. ) note : The texter will alone start screaming in panic if the bespeak is lost … .

This is the one Geico ad I like that cracks me up .
Is this love adult enough to watch over me ?
Big enough to let go of me
Without hurting me,
Like the day I learned to swim ? -Kate Bush The Fog

Yeah, this ones reasonably funny. even when its overplayed its still hilarious ! good one Geico !
One full thing about TV-you could constantly turn it off
Thank you for sharing my commercial even though you hate it but secretly love it ! : ) I play the guy who says ‘Are you crazy ? Let ‘s hide behind the chain saw ! ‘

THE cast :

Creagen Dow
Carrie Wiita
Aaron Jennings
Cali Fredrichs
David Figlioli

I saw this commercial at least twelve times nowadays during my Sunday football gorge.

I ‘m beginning to wonder if I ‘m tuning in for NFL football, or NFL professional commercials ?

I have to admit that the one Geico ad with the guy whoop and hollering about getting some cold cuts, that one ‘s still pretty amusing.

I ‘d still rather be watching football, but hey, I guess it counts for something.

Originally posted by Creagen Dow Creagen Dow wrote:

Thank you for sharing my commercial even though you hate it but secretly love it! 🙂 I play the guy who says ‘Are you crazy? Let’s hide behind the chainsaws!’

THE CAST:

Creagen Dow
Carrie Wiita
Aaron Jennings
Cali Fredrichs
David Figlioli

good speculate. Take it as a compliment that therefore many here liked it. As you can probably guess by the name of the site, that ‘s pretty rare ’round these parts.

Cregan, you sort of remind me of David Schwimmer (Ross) from Friends. Not too shabby. Again you guys pull it off perfectly and I’m not tired of it. I like the commercial. And this after being screwed by this insurance company. The two women are super hot especially Cali in her mini skirt.
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David Figlioli reminds me a little of the actor — – ted something — – who played Lurch.

Love the way he rolls his eyes as if to say “ could you BE any dazed ? ”

da-da-da-DUM … ‘Sweet. ‘ da-da-da-DUM, da-da-da-DUM,

da-da-da-DUM ,LOL ‘Petite ‘ . Ted Cassidy … da-da-da-DUM..’Neat. ‘

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