Brandon Tenold: Mystery On Monster Island

Monsters! Cannibals! Awkward comic relief! It’s the 1981 adventure flick “Mystery On Monster Island”!

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About Brandon_Tenold

Reviewer/Riffer/Lover of strange films from across cinema history.

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8 Comments on "Brandon Tenold: Mystery On Monster Island"

MidnightScreeningsman2014
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MidnightScreeningsman2014

Good job Brandon falling for the do the persons favor since he gave you a poster of a hot women you had a crush on in your childhood trope. But still it’s nice to see your on this site. But since you said we’ll be seeing Miles O’Keffee on the show sometime soon since you wore that vest that kind of looks like Tarzan would we’re it I think you’ll be reviewing tarzan the jungle man. Am I Right?

TooMuchFreeTime
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HA as soon as you started talking about something ‘a little more respectful to Asian people’ I totally called the Bugs Bunny clip. 🙂

NeuroManson
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Dude, you have no idea how big a bullet we dodged when they wisely chose to not call a certain TV show “Jules Verne’s Gilligan’s Island”.

Snorgatch Pandalume
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Good god, is ANYONE on Channel Awesome even capable of doing a review without spewing Jar Jar hate? Enough already! I’ve been hearing this for 15 FUCKING YEARS! Get over it and move on! Rub your fucking brain cells together and come up with something new to say, if that’s not asking too much. Anything would be more interesting and funny than hearing “Jar Jar sucks” for the 50 millionth time. You’re being lazy!

DJ Leg
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Wow. You’ve offended everyone just like Jar Jar :p

Snorgatch Pandalume
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Tough! I’m sick of hearing people say how much they dislike him and using him as a cheap punching bag. It’s boring and lazy. In fact, I’d be perfectly happy to never hear anyone say anything about the SW prequels ever again, because there is literally nothing anyone can say about those movies that hasn’t already been said a thousand times before. All the incessant bitching and moaning about them has made the phrase “Star Wars fan” synonymous with “whiny little crybaby.” Time to grow the hell up.

APlotdevice
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You’re being silly. The idea of using names to imply a type of person or their a actions goes back centuries. Ever heard the word “dunce”? This is basically the 16th century’s “Jar Jar”, referencing a scholar of that time named John Duns Scotus.

Mage
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I could swear I watch a Cinema Snob review with no Cinema Snob in it! Their styles are almost identical: the same witty comments, the same sarcasm overload, the same taste in crappy movies. What was missing? The Cinema Snob. Still a very good review. Bravo!

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