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Ready, Teddy, Death. R2

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Setenza, Dec 18, 2004.

  1. Setenza

    Setenza
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    My sister bought me this interesting DVD for my birthday.

    http://www.readyteddydeath.com/

    It will either appeal to you or leave you cold. Not one for young kiddies.

    I was amused.
     
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    Xusia,

    I saw a clip on the internet site, about this, and thought it looked really, really childish. I couldn't quite see the humour in seeing a teddy bear being destroyed in various ways (e.g. paintballed to bots, having arrows shot at it, etc). Is the DVD just the same set of clips from the site,or is there some more stuff included?


    Pooch
     
  3. Setenza

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    Haven't had chance to view it yet, Pooch, but I think it's just a selction of Teddy death set to cheesy "muzak". Apparrently this gets shown on Kerrang quite a lot.
     
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    We showed some of it at the Scottish HiFi Show a couple of weeks ago. It's not just the clips on the website. Some of it is quite unpleasant and some of it is very funny though.

    My favourite is the kitchen scene where they prepare the batter, dunk the teddy in it, then deep fat fry it to make crispy battered teddy bear....nice....

    Gordon
     

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