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Are you going to work today or are you going to thoroughly enjoy watching Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, and Lee Van Cleef in this 1966 Sergio Leone classic?
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Monday, Jul 10th 2017 (12:00am)
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Corny TV with the laugh track and all. Here is the full first episode of the Beverly Hillbillies. RT 24:52
Classic TV with Bea Benaderet as Cousin Pearl. Aside from her role in Petticoat Junction, listen carefully to that voice. You know it. Yes, she was Betty Rubble in the Flintstones.
Who said that Mondays were the only time for Fuckoff Theater?
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Saturday, Mar 19th 2016 (6:12pm)
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Are you going to work today or are you going to watch an epic Grateful Dead concert at the Winterland Ballroom?
This movie, released in 1977 and directed by Captain Trips himself, includes the five night stand at the Winterland, which closed down after this. The band also went into hiatus following these performances as they did no touring in 1975.
Great animation, music, and featuring the "Wall of Sound" concert sound system that the Dead used for all of 1974.
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Monday, Sep 21st 2015 (12:01am)
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Click this and set it up as your background music for a half hour or so.
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Wednesday, Mar 18th 2015 (1:59am)
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If you're a regular reader of the log here on Mondays, you've no doubt noticed from the Fuckoff Theater posts (now on temporary hiatus) that I loves me some pretty crappy movies. No surprise then, that Paste Magazine's list of the 100 best stinkers contains many personal favorites.
By: dave
Monday, May 12th 2014 (5:01am)
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Who says you can't fuckoff on Easter Sunday? Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin star in this classic from 1969.
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Saturday, Apr 19th 2014 (11:10pm)
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Monday again - you can either go merge back into the rat race, or you can lay around in your underwear eating cereal and watching movies. Today's temptation is Allan Arkush's Get Crazy, a damn-the-man comedy about saving a musical venue with a star-studded cast including Malcolm McDowell as a thinly-veiled Mick Jagger, Ed Begley Jr, Daniel Stern, and the late great Lou Reed as a thinly-veiled Lou Reed.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 14th 2014 (12:02am)
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Another Monday, another choice: to go merge back into the rat race or to stay at home watching movies. Today's enticement to the lazy side is Demian Lichtenstein's 3000 Miles to Graceland, a story of a Vegas casino robbery gone horribly awry. Stars Kevin Costner, Kurt Russell, Christian Slater, and David Arquette... all as Elvis.
By: dave
Monday, Mar 24th 2014 (5:11am)
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Another Monday, another decision - to go into work and earn the mortgage or to lay around in your robe and watch movies all day. To help you choose, today's offering is Russ Meyer's ode to the violence in women, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! - the tale of hard-driving go-go dancers and the consequences of crossing their paths. Stars the incomparable Tura Satana as the iconic Varla, Haji, Lori Williams, and Stuart Lancaster as the old man.
One of my all-time favorite flicks, my copy of this on DVD is profusely autographed by Tura herself. Glorious!
By: dave
Monday, Mar 17th 2014 (12:01am)
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Monday! Gonna go to work, or lay around all day watching movies? If you've opted for the latter, today's offering is Sally Potter's beautifully bizarre adaptation of Virgina Woolfe's Orlando, the tale of an English nobleman who is seemingly immortal and generally ambiguous about his gender. Stars Billy Zane, Quentin Crisp, Dudley Sutton, and the always-amazing Tilda Swinton as the titular Orlando.
By: dave
Monday, Mar 10th 2014 (12:00am)
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Monday - do you go to work and pay bills, or blow it all off and watch movies? To help you decide, here's another one of Peter Jackson's earlier masterpieces, 1989's Meet The Feebles - a peek at the seamy underbelly of prime-time puppet variety entertainment. Stars a bunch of people you won't recognize but who cares because PUPPETS FUCKING.
By: dave
Monday, Mar 3rd 2014 (12:08am)
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Monday is here again, time to choose whether to go back into the salt mines or to lay around watching movies instead. Today's offering is Richard Linklater's appropriately-named debut Slacker, a truly linear film where you never see a character again once they've interacted with the next character they come aross. Innovative and unabashed, Slacker stars Linklater himself as the first link in a chain of events that introduces you to weirdies and wackadoos that make up the counterculture of Austin in the early 90's.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 24th 2014 (12:01am)
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Monday! Also Presidents Day, so lots of folks don't have to work. If you're not one of them... become one of them! Blow off the day's productivity and watch movies instead. This week we offer Tom Holland's made-for-tv retelling of Stephen King's The Langoliers, which explores the natures of time and sanity from within a wayward jet airplane. Stars Dean Stockwell, that guy from St. Elsewhere, Patricia Wettig and Balki Bartokomous as the batshit crazy Craig Toomey.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 17th 2014 (6:25am)
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Monday again. Sure, you could opt to apply your nose back to the grindstone, or you could blow off the day and hang around watching movies instead. To help you decide, here's Don Chaffey's epic Jason and the Argonauts, a tale of golden fleeces being quested and Greek gods fuckin' with the normals. Stars a bunch of people you don't know, but that's not important - animation effects by the incomparable Harry Harryhausen. 'Nuff said.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 10th 2014 (12:02am)
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Who says that Mondays are the only days to skip doing actual work and just watch a movie at your workstation?

Leslie Nielsen starred in this critic's bomb.

After death of a man who managed summer camp for kids, his son-in-law plans to close it and build a luxury summer resort. However, manager's friend, Harry has an idea how to save the children's camp.
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Friday, Feb 7th 2014 (12:11pm)
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Another Monday, another choice before you - to be productive and go back to work, or to lay around all day watching movies. This week's offering is David Cronenberg's Scanners, a story of the power struggle amongst the psychic community complete in all its head-popping glory. Stars Jennifer O'Neill, Patrick McGoohan, Lawrence Dane, and the mighty mighty Michael Ironside as Revok.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 3rd 2014 (3:36am)
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Sure, you could start your week with a frenzy of productivity by going to work, OR you could lay around all morning watching movies instead. This week's offering is The Night That Panicked America, a made-for-tv dramatization of the hysteria surrounding Orson Wells' 1938 radio broadcast The War of the Worlds. We really do come off looking like a pack of rubes. Stars John Ritter, Eileen Brennan, Tom Bosley, and the always-captivating Meredith Baxter-Birney.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 27th 2014 (12:02am)
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Even if you don't have the day off for MLK, you should still consider ditching the day job and cozying up with this week's lure to laze away your morning: Stan Dragoti's classic Disco Dracula tale Love at First Bite, starring George Hamilton at the height of swankdom, Susan Saint James, Richard Benjamin, and Arte Johnson as the best Renfield ever.
Sadly, this is the DVD release with the original Alicia Bridges 'I Love The Night Life' backing to the dance scene replaced with a cover of 'The Man That I Love' due to musical rights issues. The original version was a much better fit, as the dance sequence was poorly re-edited to match the new song.

Still, one of the greatest comedies of the 70's.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 20th 2014 (4:51am)
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Monday is upon us again, time to choose whether you face the work week or piss away the day watching movies instead. This morning's lure is David Cronenberg's Videodrome, an uncomfortably weird tale of UHF programming with an insidious agenda. Stars James Woods, Lynne Gorman, Jack Creely, and Blondie's Deborah Harry in various stages of undress and distress. LONG LIVE THE NEW FLESH.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 13th 2014 (12:02am)
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Monday. Time to go back down into the salt mines and eke out that living... OR! You could stay home and watch movies all day, starting with Walter Hill's epic thriller The Warriors, the tale of a New York street gang trying to get back home safely after being framed for murder. This rip is, unfortunately, of the video release with comic-booky transitions and stuff, but it still beats workin'.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 6th 2014 (12:06am)
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It may be Monday, but at least it's the last one of the year. If you're expected to go to work today, consider instead just laying around in your undies and watching a movie. Today's offering is Stanley Kubrick's excellent visualization of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange, the tale of a vicious young hooligan and the nature of reform. Although sadly missing the final chapter (as was the American release of the book), this is one of the most gripping and stylized indictments of societal mores ever presented. Stars Malcom McDowell, Patrick Magee, David Prowse, and the always-excellent Aubrey Morris as the persistent Mr. Deltoid.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 30th 2013 (7:42am)
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Monday. You gonna go to work and earn that check or lay around the house watching movies? If you lean toward the latter, here's Robert Zemeckis' Used Cars, a tale of two warring brothers with competing car lots across the street from each other in Mesa, Arizona. Jack Warden plays both Fuchs brothers, with Kurt Russell, Gerrit Graham, Wendie Jo Sperber, and more B-listers than you can shake a pair of fuzzy dice at.
Sunny's cousin Cindy's car is in this movie. It was filmed here in and around Phoenix, and she was paid 50 bucks to be part of the mile of cars, along with a bazillion other area highschoolers.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 16th 2013 (12:01am)
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Monday again - time to choose, do you go to work or do you lay around watching movies? This week's selection for those of you who opt to stay in is Jack Sholder's The Hidden, a crime drama that turns into gory sci-fi as an FBI agent and his criminal prey both turn out to be crafty - and highly mobile - aliens. Stars Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Nouri, Claudette Christain, and the always-lovable Danny Trejo.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 9th 2013 (4:36am)
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Have a nice long holiday weekend, did you? Sweet, me too. Unfortunately, we are now faced with the prospect of going back down into the salt mines to eke out our meager living... or, you could just lay around in your undies all day and watch movies. This week's seduction for the lethargic is Kevin Smith's surprisingly spiritual critique of the beaurocracy between man and god, 1999's Dogma. Stars Matt & Ben, George Carlin, Linda Fiorentino, Jason Lee, and (of course) Jason & Kev.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 2nd 2013 (12:01am)
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Monday again, and the choice is before you: go to work and pay the bills or lay around in a robe and watch movies. If you lean toward the latter, here's Michael Schultz' wonderfully surreal take on the Beatles' wonderfully surreal Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, featuring the Bee Gees, Peter Frampton, George Burns, Sandy Farina's only appearance in film, the painful singing of Donald Pleasence, and more stars than you can shake a giggle stick at.
A little trivia - Aerosmith wasn't the first choice to be the FVB. KISS didn't want the gig because they thought it would hurt their image. Instead, they went and made this masterpiece.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 25th 2013 (12:00am)
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Monday is upon us again, and it's time yet again to choose - to go to work like you're supposed to, or to loaf around watching movies like you want to. Today's temptation to the lazy side is Jonathan Demme's Stop Making Sense, which captures the Talking Heads in concert beautifully. Stars David Byrne and the Talking Heads, his big suit, Tina Weymouth, and her side band Tom Tom Club for a cut in the middle.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 18th 2013 (12:01am)
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Apart from being Veteran's Day, today is also Monday. That means you must once again decide between firmly applying your nose to the grindstone or loafing around in your undies watching movies. Today's temptation is perfect for a federal holiday, Stephen King's 1994 epic mini-series of good vs evil during pandemic plague The Stand in its 6+ hour entirety. Stars Molly Ringwald, Parker Lewis, some yutz as an unconvincing Flagg, and Matt Frewer as a spot fucking on Trashcan Man. NOW CHOOSE.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 11th 2013 (12:03am)
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Sure, you could use this Monday to return to the daily grind and pound out a paycheck, but consider this - with little to no effort, you could instead lay around in your jammies and watch the movie that introduced us to the mighty Peter Jackson: 1987's Bad Taste, an absurdly gory tale of alien invasion. Stars Terry Potter, Pete O'Herne, Doug Wren, and Peej himself in dual roles that ultimately fight each other.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 4th 2013 (12:00am)
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Another Monday at work to face, another movie to tempt you away from it. Today's offering is better than the top 5 titles I've been peeling off lately, this is numero uno. The one. Behold Brian DePalma's epic Faustian rock opera The Phantom of the Paradise, my favorite movie of all time. Features Paul Williams, Jessica Harper, Gerrit Graham, and the late William Finley as the tragic Winslow Leach. Absolutely stellar.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 28th 2013 (12:02am)
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Another Monday, another choice before you - to go to work and earn that check, or to lay around all day watching movies. For your consideration this week is another one of my top 5 of all time, 1991's Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh. It's a gory, funny homage to HGL's epic splatterfest Blood Feast that director Dean Tschetter was so uneasy about that he pulled his name off the flick and attributed it to Hollywood catch-all Alan Smithee - the hallmark of truly wonderful badness. Stars Jake Engel, Joe Sharkey, Suzanne Fletcher, and soap star Beverly Penberthy as Erma/Anubis.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 21st 2013 (12:07am)
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Another workweek is upon us, time to choose if you merge into the ratrace once again or blow it all off to watch movies. Today's offering is a rare treat, Mr. Stitch - Roger Avery's surreal take on the Frankenstein story starring Rutger Hauer, Ron Perlman, Nia Peeples, and Wil Wheaton as Lazarus.
Hands down, my favorite Wil Wheaton project EVER. I've asked him about it being never released on DVD, he said he'd be happy to just have a copy of his own someday. Hey Wil!
By: dave
Monday, Oct 14th 2013 (12:00am)
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Another Monday, another movie to tempt you away from the rat race. Today's selection is one of my top 5 of all time, Tom DeSimone's Reform School Girls, the definitive women-in-prison movie starring Wendy O. Williams, Pat Ast, Sherri Stoner, and Sybil Danning as the warden.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 7th 2013 (12:01am)
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Monday again, and it's time to decide if you're going to face the workweek or blow it all off and watch movies instead. This week's offering to tempt you to the dark side is Ralph Bakshi's feature debut Fritz The Cat, a tale of feline debauchery in the streets of radical America. This one's not for the kids, unless you want them to grow up like... well, me. It is the first X-rated animated feature, after all.
Although based upon Robert Crumb's characters and artistic style, Crumb hated the movie on many levels and has threatened to blackball any artist that's worked with Bakshi.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 30th 2013 (12:10am)
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Another workweek faces you - do you face it back, or blow it all off to watch movies? Today's offering is the first rock n' roll western, George Englund's tale of budding gunfighters and hapless bank robbers Zachariah. Stars Sonny Crockett, Joe Walsh, Country Joe and The Fish, and my man Dick Van Patten as The Dude.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 23rd 2013 (12:05am)
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Monday yet again - do you go to work or lay around and watch movies all day? To help you choose, here's 1980's coming-of-age-in-the-face-of-bullying opus My Bodyguard starring Rudy the Rabbit, Animal Mother, Rusty James, and 'MALIBU Barbie' Debbie Jellinsky.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 16th 2013 (12:00am)
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Another Monday, another choice before you - to do the responsible thing and go to work, or to lay around the house watching movies all day. This week's lure to the lazy side is Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, an edutaining romp through history with a couple of clueless dirtheads starring Neo, Alex Winter, Clarance Clemons as one of the three most important people in the world, and George Carlin as Rufus.
Trivia for ya - when auditioning, Keanu and Winter originally auditioned for each other's parts.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 9th 2013 (12:03am)
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Not only is it Monday, it's also Labor Day. You have a moral obligation to not work on this day commemorating our toil. To help you fart away the day, we have Tim Burton's 90's alien invasion epic Mars Attacks! starring more celebs - many of whom die - than you can shake a stick at, including Jack Nicholson in a dual role, the mighty Tom Jones as the mighty Tom Jones, and the dulcid tones of Slim Whitman.
If this is your first time watching a flick on viooz.co, here's a coupla tips from me to you: turn on your ad blocker, and don't install ANYTHING. Just watch the streaming flash viewer at the bottom of the page. It fullscreens nice.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 2nd 2013 (12:04am)
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Another Monday, another choice before you: be all responsible and go to work, or lay around in your underwear all day watching movies. To help you decide, here's Walter Murch's Return to Oz - the further adventures of Dorothy in L. Frank Baum's often-nightmarish world starring Vicki Vallencourt, Carrie's mom, Merlin, and the always-amazing Deep Roy. NOW CHOOSE.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 26th 2013 (12:00am)
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Another Monday, another choice before you: to be responsible and go earn a living, or to lay around all day and watch movies. Today's enticement is 1974's Big Bad Mama, a heartwarming hot-mom-of-hot-daughters-turns-to-hot-crime tale produced by Roger Corman and starring Angie Dickenson, Royal Dano, Tom Skerritt, and The Shat. Plus some boobies.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 19th 2013 (12:01am)
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Another Monday, another decision - to go to work or loaf around watching movies. This week's temptation is M. Night Shyamalan's most excellent bluecollar superhero origin story Unbreakable, starring Bruce Willis, Robin Wright, Samuel L. Jackson, and Spencer Treat Clark.
By: dave
Monday, Jun 17th 2013 (12:02am)
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Monday again! Sure, you could go to work... OR you could blow off the world and watch movies all day. Your call. To help you decide, this week's enticement to the lazy side is Adam Resnick's coming-of-age epic Cabin Boy, starring hero to all slackers Chris Elliot, Brian Doyle-Murray, Ricki Lake (in some fairly wooden acting), with an unforgettable cameo by David Letterman. AHOY!
By: dave
Monday, Jun 10th 2013 (12:02am)
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This week's enticement away from responsibility is Mel Brooks' slant on a Russian parable titled The Twelve Chairs, starring Ron Moody, Dom DeLuise, Frank Langella, and - of course - Mel himself.
By: dave
Monday, Jun 3rd 2013 (12:06am)
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It's a holiday Monday, and if you're the type that has to work on holidays, you have three options before you - be responsible and go to work, find a new job that doesn't involve working holidays, or just blow it all off and lay around at home watching movies. To help with your career decision, here's Edgar Wright's first installment of the Cornetto trilogy Shaun of the Dead, which is not only a fun British zombie flick, it's also the single best use of a popular Queen song in the history of film. Stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Penelope Wilton, and the incomparable Bill Nighy as Philip.
By: dave
Monday, May 27th 2013 (3:24am)
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Monday again, do you go to work or lay around watching movies? Today's selection is 1987's The Running Man, a story about a violent (and crooked) game show in the dystopian future. Stars Arnie, Richard Dawson, Maria Conchita Alonzo, Yaphet Kotto, and Jesse Ventura.
By: dave
Monday, May 20th 2013 (4:14am)
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Who says that Monday is the only day we can ignore work and watch an action flick?
Architect/vigilante Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) arrives back in New York City and is forcibly recruited by a crooked police detective to fight street crime caused by a large gang terrorizing the neighborhoods.
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Thursday, May 16th 2013 (12:40pm)
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Another Monday, another choice before you: to go to work and be all responsible, or to lay around and watch movies all day. To help you choose, here's Geoffrey Wright's Romper Stomper, a tale of skinhead unrest in Australia. Stars Russell Crowe, Daniel Pollock, Jacqueline McKenzie, and John Brumpton. OI MAGOO.
By: dave
Monday, May 13th 2013 (3:27am)
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A new workweek is upon us, and the choice is once again before you - to go to work and be productive, or to lay around the house and watch movies. To help you choose, today's fare is the 1983 TV-movie Special Bulletin, a tale of domestic terrorism told as a series of news breaks in network programming. Stars Ed Flanders, Kathryn Walker, David Clennan, and Rosalind Cash.
By: dave
Monday, May 6th 2013 (12:00am)
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Monday! You gonna work or just lay around watching movies all day? To help you decide, here's Don Taylor's The Final Countdown, a great little time paradox flick involving a modern aircraft carrier and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Stars Kirk Douglas, Martin Sheen, Charles Durning, James Farentino, and some classic laser effects.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 29th 2013 (12:04am)
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Another Monday, another choice - to work, or to watch. Today's diversion is Stuart Gordon's take on H. P. Lovecraft's Re-Animator, a campy yet grisly tale of one man's obsession to overcome brain death. Stars Bruce Abbot, Barbara Crampton, the incomparable Jeffrey Combs as the incomparable Herbert West, and bald comix artist Kim Deitch as a bald doctor.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 22nd 2013 (12:02am)
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Monday is upon us again, and once again, it's time to choose: be responsible and go to work, or lay around the house watching movies. To help you decide, today's offering is Roger Corman's wonderfully cheesy The Fantastic Four, starring Alex Hyde-White, Jay Underwood, Michael Bailey Smith, and Joseph Culp as a pretty good Dr. Doom.
The Fantastic Four was made so the studio could retain the rights to the characters and was never intended to be released. Bootleggers are a clever lot, though, and have managed to have it available to the industrious public since the late 90's. I used to have this on VHS, a 4th or 5th generation copy at least.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 15th 2013 (12:03am)
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Another Monday, another choice - to be responsible and go to work, or to lay around the house and watch movies. This week's enticement to the dark side is Tobe Hooper's 1974 horror classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, a tale of dumb teens crossing paths with a seriously fucked up family of killer cannibals. Stars Edwin Neal, Gunnar Hansen, and Jim Siedow, and is narrated by a then-unknown John Larroquette. NOW CHOOSE.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 8th 2013 (12:02am)
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Another Monday, another difficult choice - to be responsible and go to work, or to blow the world off and spend the morning watching movies... specifically, Norman Jewison's 1975 ode to corporate sports Rollerball, starring the mighty James Caan, John Beck, Maud Adams, and John Houseman. Tough call. I don't envy your decision.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 1st 2013 (12:03am)
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Monday is upon us again, time to decide if you're going to be all responsible and go work, or blow it all off and watch movies instead. To help you choose, today's selection is Hal Needham's cross-country racing epic The Cannonball Run, starring Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Roger Moore, Farrah Fawcett, and about a zillion other famous folks. VROOM!
By: dave
Monday, Mar 25th 2013 (5:06am)
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Monday again - you can either go to work and earn a living, or lay around in a bathrobe and watch movies. To help you choose, here's Stuart Gordon's Robot Jox, the Citizen Kane of giant robot combat movies. Stars Gary Graham, Michael Alldredge, Jeffrey Combs, and the uber-smarmy Paul Koslo.
By: dave
Monday, Mar 18th 2013 (12:05am)
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Sure, you could reluctantly do the responsible thing and go to work today, or you could blow it all off and watch other people do the responsible thing - also reluctantly - in Sidney Lumet's timeless 1957 classic 12 Angry Men. Stars the incomparable Henry Fonda, Martin Balsam, E. G. Marshall, and the late Jack Klugman.
By: dave
Monday, Mar 11th 2013 (12:18am)
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Sure, you could bounce out of the house this morning with a cup of sunshine and tackle the coming workweek with vigor and purpose... or you could just lay around in your underwear and watch the 1979 impact disaster extravaganza Meteor instead. Stars Sean Connery, Natalie Wood, the World Trade Center, and Peter Fonda as the President.
By: dave
Monday, Mar 4th 2013 (12:03am)
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Monday again - do you work, or do you just lay around all day watching movies? To help make up your mind, here's 1941, Spielberg's tale of war hysteria in California in the wake of the Pearl Harbor attack that pulled the USA into WWII. Stars the legendary John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Tim Matheson, Nancy Allen, and Slim Pickens as the great Hollis Wood.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 25th 2013 (3:07am)
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Another Monday, another moral dilemma - to do the responsible thing and go to work to earn a living, or to blow it all off and spend the morning with They Live, John Carpenter's tale of dawning awareness in the face of societal manipulation. Stars Rowdy Roddy Piper, Keith David, Peter Jason, and the freakishly blue-eyed Meg Foster.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 18th 2013 (12:10am)
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Sure, you could go back to work today... or you could blow your morning watching the second installment (and director's cut) of George Romero's zombie empire, 1978's Dawn of the Dead instead - a biting* commentary on American consumer culture and classic splatterfest starring David Emge, Ken Foree, Gaylen Ross, and gore-effects wizard Tom Savini as filthy biker lunch.

* see what I did there?
By: dave
Monday, Feb 11th 2013 (12:05am)
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Monday is upon us again - you can either go to work, or blow off your morning to watch Fritz Lang's epic interpretations of Sigfried and Kriemhild's Revenge united as one film in Die Nibelungen. Shown in its entirety, complete with English titles and a haunting score by Gottfried Huppertz. Stars Paul Richter, Margarite Schon, Bernhard Goetzke, and an amazing (for its day) dragon that took over a dozen people to operate.
If this is all a little too much for you to take in, here's a more easily digestible, shorter alternative.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 4th 2013 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
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FFS, Monday again already? Just when the weekend really starts getting good you gotta go back to work again. OR! You could blow all that responsibility crap off and watch Heathers, Michael Lehmann's 1988 surreal tale of high school cliquery and angsty rebellious slaughter starring Wynona Rider, Christian Slater, Brenda, and Otho. Your call.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 28th 2013 (12:03am)
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Monday again, and the choice is before you - go back to work to slog out your meager living, or you can piss away your morning watching Peter Weir's The Mosquito Coast, a tale of an idealistic inventor who shuns civilization and wants to bring ice to the savage jungle. Stars Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren, the late River Phoenix, and the thankfully-still-living Martha Plimpton.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 14th 2013 (12:01am)
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If you're like me, you've been on vacation since last year and are now facing the first work day of 2013. The choice before us is to either go on and earn a living, or to just fart around watching old movies. To assist you in this decision, I present Richard Lester's A Hard Day's Night, a little slice of life in 1964 with the Beatles and a bazillion screaming girls. Stars the Beatles, Norman Rossington, John Junkin, and Steptoe and Son's Wilfrid Brambell as Paul's troublemaking - but very clean - grandpa.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 7th 2013 (12:06am)
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I'm going on vacation for the week so regular postings like Fuckoff Theater and Wideo Woundup will be on hiatus. I leave the site in the capable hands of the staff, and you with this very well done full-length movie of Arkham City comprised of gameplay and cutscenes. Happy new year, everyone!
By: dave
Monday, Dec 31st 2012 (3:10am)
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Another bleary Monday morning, another choice before you: do the responsible thing and go to work, or blow it all off and watch Costner's The Postman - a long but rewarding post-apocalyptic parable on the value of communications - instead? Stars a rarely-watchable-but-pretty-good-in-this-one Kevin Costner, Will Patton, Larenz Tate, and Giovanni Ribisi as the typical weasel he always plays.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 24th 2012 (3:26am)
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Monday rears its ugly head once again, prompting us to emerge from our weekend to face another week of firm nasal application to the metaphoric grindstone. Or, you could just blow all that responsibility hooey off and spend your morning watching Frank Coraci's The Waterboy, an entertaining romp through Adam Sandler's big book of formula comedy. Stars Canteen Boy, The Fonz, Snowman, and Annie Wilkes.
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Monday, Dec 17th 2012 (12:07am)
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Sure, you could go bounding eagerly into your work week... or you could just lounge around in your fuzzy bunny slippers watching Victor Salva's Powder, the tale of a unique guy that shows a small town what's what. Stars Sean Patrick Flanery, Mary Steenburgen, Jeff Goldblum, and Lance Henriksen as the heat.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 10th 2012 (12:00am)
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Sure, you could start your week by throwing yourself wholeheartedly into your work... or, you could instead load up a giant bowl of any cereal that'll turn your milk blue and hunker down with Ed Woods' masterstroke, 1959's Plan 9 From Outer Space. Stars Lyle Talbot, Tor Johnson, Bela Lugosi's dessicated corpse, and Dudley Manlove. Yes, the Dudley Manlove.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 3rd 2012 (12:02am)
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Another Monday, another soul-sucking workweek begins anew. OR! You could just blow off the world and get lost in Dick, the tale of how the Nixon administration was brought down by a couple of clueless teenyboppers. Stars Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams, Dan Hedaya as Nixon, Will Farrell and Bruce McCulloch as Woodward and Bernstein, and Harry Shearer as G. Gordon Liddy.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 26th 2012 (12:13am)
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Monday again. Sure, you could go to work and earn a living, but if that's not your style then here's a groovy movie to blow your morning with - Spielberg's 1977 epic Close Encounters of the Third Kind in its entirety, starring Richard Dreyfuss, the always delightful Teri Garr, Carl Weathers, and a bunch of creepy big-eyed skinnies from space.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 19th 2012 (12:00am)
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Another Monday, another trek back into the salt mines... or you could play hookey and watch Paul Verhoeven's highly entertaining take on Heinlein's Starship Troopers instead. Stars Casper Van Dien, Clancy Brown, the always-fantastic Michael Ironside, Doogie Howser, and Dina Meyer's jugs.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 12th 2012 (12:01am)
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Another Monday, and it's back to work at the daily grind. OR! You could spend your morning instead with Brian De Palma's 1976 telling of Stephen King's first feelgood hit Carrie, made right the first time with Sissy Spacek, John Travolta, Nancy Allen, William Katt, and Piper Laurie's amazing portrayal of Mrs. White.
As much as I enjoy Chloe Moretz's unhinged kid thing, I'm still just baffled that anyone would dare to remake this classic. Fuckin' Hollywood.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 5th 2012 (12:05am)
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Another Monday, another soul-crushing return to the daily grind. OR! You could blow it all off and zone out to Animalypmics, Steven Lisberger's animated spoof of 70's Olympic fever. Voiced by Billy Crystal, the late Gilda Radner, Harry Shearer, and Michael Fremmer.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 29th 2012 (12:01am)
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Monday! You can either take this opportunity to get a fresh start on your workweek, or you can pour a mountainous bowl of breakfast cereal and spend your morning amped out on sugar with Weird Al Yankovic, Victoria Jackson, Michael Richards, and the late great Trinidad Silva in Jay Levey's ode to low-power broadcasting UHF in its entirety. IT'S TIME TO DRINK FROM THE FIREHOSE!
Some of the fine programming on Channel 62:

* Beastiality Today
* Beat the Loan Shark
* Beverly Hillbillies
* Bowling for Burgers
* Buddha Knows Best
* Dog Racing from Rio de Janeiro
* Druids on Parade
* Eye On Toxic Waste
* The Flying Pope
* Fun with Dirt
* Leave it to Bigfoot
* The Lice is Right
* Mr. Ed
* My Three Mutants
* Name that Stain
* News
* Raul's Wild Kingdom
* Secrets of the Universe
* Stanley Spadowski's Clubhouse
* Strip Solitaire
* That's Disgusting
* Town Talk
* Traffic Court
* Underwater Bingo for Teens
* Volcano Worshiper's Hour
* Wheel of Fish
* Wide World of Tractor Pulls
* Wonderful World of Phlegm
* You Bet Your Pink Slip
* The Young and the Dyslexic

I would so watch this channel. All the time.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 22nd 2012 (12:04am)
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Welcome to yet another Monday. Your choice, you can freely go back to your workaday grind or you can spend the morning watching the son of Satan fuck shit up in Richard Donner's 1976 occult thriller The Omen, complete and resplendent in all its unholy glory. Stars Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, the always-fantastic David Warner, and Hollywood hardnose Jack Palance's daughter Holly as the plummeting nanny. It's all for you, Damien.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 15th 2012 (12:00am)
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Monday again. You can either go back to work or you can throw on some headphones and rock out to Ralph Bakshi's rotoscoped musical masterpiece American Pop, the story of a musical family that spans 4 generations, two continents, and the cultural divide. Stars Ron Thompson, Roz Kelly, Richard Moll and the late Vincent Schiavelli, with music by Dylan, the Doors, Louis Prima, Lou Reed, and many more. Epic.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 8th 2012 (12:04am)
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Happy Monday, everyone. You can either spend it slaving away for your paycheck, or you can kick back with one of the greatest sci-fi flicks of our generation, Luc Besson's epic The Fifth Element. Stars Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Milla Javovitch, and Chris Tucker (who is especially noteworthy for his role as Ruby Rhod, the only character in the universe you'd want to punch in the throat more than Jar-Jar Binks).
A little trivia about this here masterpiece - Luc Besson wrote the original screenplay while he was in high school. Also, the explosion in the Fhloston main hall was the largest indoor explosion ever filmed, and the resulting fire almost got beyond control.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 1st 2012 (12:02am)
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Monday once again - time to hit the ground running and launch yourself gleefully into another soul-enriching workweek at your chosen profession... or, you could just bleak up your whole future worldview by taking in Michael Radford's fascist/dystopian epic Nineteen Eighty-Four instead. War is strength. Freedom is slavery. Fuckoffery is productivity.
A bit of trivia - this was Richard Burton's final film, and many of the scenes involving Winston's diary were shot on the same day as the diary entry was dated.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 24th 2012 (12:00am)
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Monday! If you don't have it in you to face another week in the salt mines yet, consider spending your morning watching Alan Parker's bizarrely entertaining 1976 all-kid mobster musical, Bugsy Malone. Music by Paul Williams, stars Scott Baio, Jodie Foster, John Cassisi, and Michael Jackson. No, not that Michael Jackson.
Bugsy Malone is the sole credit for Florrie Dugger, the girl who played Blousie Brown. Pity. She would have made a better Tatum O'Neal than Tatum O'Neal did.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 17th 2012 (12:02am)
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Monday! You can either make this the most productive day of your week, or you can fart around watching stupid movies. Should you be the type who'd choose the latter, consider Jed Buell's gloriously horrible The Terror of Tiny Town, a rootin-tootin western where the men and women are all midgets and the horses are all Shetlands. Except for the risk of sudden unemployment, it's pure win.
By the way, if you're a fan of the Fuckoff Theater and would like to have easy access to the movies we've featured here, I have put together a dynamic archive here. Go to town!
By: dave
Monday, Sep 10th 2012 (12:08am)
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Heh, overslept. Since it's Labor Day, though, I guess that's ok. Start this curiously misnamed day of fucking off with the ultimate trucker flick, Sam Peckinpah's Convoy. 10-4, good buddy.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 3rd 2012 (8:42am)
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While it may be high noon in space*, it's Monday morning back on Earth which means it's time to head to the salt mines and slave away for another paycheck. Or, you could just slip on your fuzzy bunny slippers and sidle up to a bottle of whiskey and 1981's sci-fi western Outland starring Sean Connery, Peter Boyle, James B. Sikking, and one of my favorite actresses, Frances Sternhagen.

* see what I did there?
By: dave
Monday, Aug 27th 2012 (12:00am)
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Aaaaaand Monday. Ptui. If you're not exactly launching yourself into your workweek, you may as well put your feet up and catch a flick - say, 2008's Bolt by Pixar, starring the vocal stylings of John Travolta, Malcolm McDowell, James Lipton, and Miley Cyrus. You also might consider turning off the annotations right away - it's a kids movie, for fuck's sake.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 20th 2012 (12:08am)
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Monday again. Sure, you can jump back into your work... or you could piss away the morning instead with Alex Proyas' 2009 end-of-the-world-by-solar-flare saga that's a refreshing change - an end-of-the-world movie where the world actually, you know, ends.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 13th 2012 (5:28am)
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Another Monday, and another unproductive morning as you recover from your weekend. Since you're not doing anything important anyway, spend your morning with Sam J. Jones, Topol, and Max Von Sydow in the 1980 sci-fi spectacular Flash Gordon, in its entirety!
By: dave
Monday, Aug 6th 2012 (3:57am)
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Can't quite get your nose applied properly to the grindstone this Monday? Consider blowing your morning instead with Neighbors, John Belushi's final flick - a tale of suburban weirdness with Dan Aykroyd, Cathy Moriarty, and Tim Kazurinsky.
By: dave
Monday, Jul 30th 2012 (12:02am)
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Monday! You can either slave away at the grind, or you can headphone up and rock out to the Who's star-studded 1975 rock opera Tommy. Seems a pretty simple choice to me.
Some Tommy trivia: Christopher Lee was originally cast to be the Doctor, but he was busy playing Scaramanga in the Bond epic The Man With The Golden Gun while Tommy was shooting. Jack Nicholson stepped in and shot the Doctor scenes in 18 hours. Also, Tina Turner was not the original choice for the Acid Queen - the role was initially set for David Bowie.
By: dave
Monday, Jul 23rd 2012 (12:04am)
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Oh sure, you could work... or you could spend your Monday morning watching Fritz Lang's 1931 German classic M, wherein Peter Lorre learns that there are some crimes so heinous that even your fellow criminals want you off the streets because you're pissing off the fuzz.
By: dave
Monday, Jul 16th 2012 (12:00am)
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Oh sure, you could be doing what they pay you to do... or you could watch the only Transformers movie worth a damn. Your choice.
Check the cast on this baby - Leonard Nimoy as Galvatron, Orson Welles as Unicron, Casey Casem, Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Scatman Crothers... the list just goes on and on. Add the awesome story, bitchin' soundtrack, and the Transformers you grew up with... this is just one great fuckin' epic flick. EAT A DICK MICHAEL BAY.
By: dave
Monday, Jul 9th 2012 (12:01am)
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Monday! You gonna work today? I didn't think so. While away your morning instead with Roger Corman's The Little Shop of Horrors in its entirety.
A little trivia - The Little Shop of Horrors was shot in 2 days on sets left over from A Bucket of Blood before they were to be torn down, and it features a very young Jack Nicholson as Wilbur Force, the pain freak.
By: dave
Monday, Jul 2nd 2012 (12:00am)
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