Albert Fish: In Sin He Found Salvation is without a doubt The Room of the documentary genre. There is no question in my mind that somewhere, John Borowski is out living his life and walking around with this notion in his head that he made the greatest, most important documentary to ever exist. Like when they filmed all the hilariously dramatic, psedo-depraved reenactments, John was standing in the corner of the room desperately trying to conceal the rock hard erection…
My boyfriend and I celebrated the first half of his birthday this year by going to a midnight showing of The Room in Philly. As if that wasn't good enough, that weekend's showing happened to include a meet-and-greet with the man, the myth, the legend himself: Tommy Wiseau.
Tommy was just as weird as you'd expect him to be, but incredibly nice to at least my boyfriend and I. We walked away with a signed poster, a stuffed "Oh hi…
Whatever, I love this movie. And although I'm sure my own father would try his best to rescue me, I'd like to officially request that Liam Neeson be the one assigned to come after me if I ever get kidnapped and sold into human trafficking. He seems to know his way around an International kidnapping, whereas my dad knows his way around Pawn Stars and getting the best deals on deli meats.
I've seen Wild Wild West an embarrassing number of times. For some reason, it was the one and only bootleg VHS we owned when I was a kid, and I watched the hell out of it.
This movie is so goddamn stupid and I just don't understand how everyone doesn't have a soft spot for it. I mean.. a gigantic terrible CGI robotic spider? Come on. That is so stupid that it can't not be badass.
Plus if you ever…