Thursday, October 27, 2011

The awesomeness of garbage day.

First off, allow us to thank all of you for your horrible support of our detestable show.  We're so pleased and disgusted to have you all as fans, and look forward to seeing you at our theater show in the future.

In honor of Halloween, let us honor Christmas -- more specifically, the holiday classic, "Silent Night, Deadly Night 2".  It has been established that this yule-turd of a movie contains one of the most classic and oft-repeated lines in any bad movie (second only to "the" line in "Shark Attack 3: Megalodon", covered in glorious detail by our friends at the Proudly Resents podcast).  To wit:

What we at HMN love is that "garbage day" has become a meme.  Following are some of the myriad of hilarious parodies & tributes of this lovely scene.  Enjoy!

Labor day! 
St. Patrick's Day!
Veteran's Day!
Laundry Day!


P.S. - November's show is Saturday the 19th -- movie info to follow.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Sashay down the bloody runway with the cast of "Project Vampire"!

Happy Sucktober!

While Twi-hards warm the concrete in front of the multiplex in anticipation of their latest vampire fix, we merely have to open the coffin we found in the basement of HMN headquarters and root around for the moldiest VHS tape. For your Halloween treat, we present 1998's "Project Vampire".

Known by some as the worst vampire movie ever made, this onion necklace of a movie tells the tale of Dr. Frederick Klaus. The bad doctor is developing a serum that promises to rejuvenate youth, but actually infects the user with vampirism. Dr. Klaus' plan is to turn the entire world into vampires, whom he will then control. One test subject, Victor Hunter, escapes the lab, and with the help of an emergency room nurse, endeavors to expose the serum's true purpose. But Dr. Klaus is not to be deterred, and sends out his vampire hitmen to stop them. As with most of our movies, this one has no trailer, so here's a clip:

We are honored to reunite the cast of this turkey, some of whom were frightened off of acting for good. Joining us in the theater are Brian Knudson, Christopher Smith, and Kelvin Tsao. They will appear onstage after the film for a Q & A. Yowza!

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011
8PM (Doors 7:15PM)
The Complex Theater
6476 Santa Monica Blvd.
Hollywood, Calif., 90038

In addition to all the wonderful vampy foolishness this evening will bring, HMN will also feature improv from the gargantuan talent of The Omelettes. They will create scenes based on the film at various points during the show. Don't forget you can win a prize for the best riff yelled out at the show! So be there filled with funny, and direct it at the screen for your chance to be a winner!

Tickets are available now! Click on the link below to purchase them via PayPal. Seats go fast, so get on board early -- it's gonna be a hoot.

Don't forget to stalk us on Facebook and Twitter, get on our mailing list, too. C'mon -- we stalk you. Hope to see you all at the theater!

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