How about we start with this?
This kind of sets the tone for this post.
But then again, I am not really sure how to write about this movie. You see, it is kind of a favorite of mine. The sort of real 80s metal in “film” type of crap that sends dorks like me to the basement to watch on a shitty VCR. So why is it so awesome? Well, one reason and one reason only, THOR! Normally I would say he is a turd, but this is the only thing he has ever done that people actually like, and I am not counting his music because only Seth Putnam likes that. (That last part is true, Seth used to bid big, and by big I mean $1 on many Thor items on Ebay back in the late 90s/early 00s, lucho remembers I am sure.)
So, overall the theme of the movie is giving Thor a place to act. That is really all there is too it. He wrote a little of it and stars in it as an archangel. This makes me think that Putnam wrote it because only he could think of Thor as some heavenly figure.
Now...on to the battle.
Seems innocent enough. Kind of like a weird midwestern boy trapped in Canada.
Women are truly evil. Here is proof. Or they might be puppets. I am not sure what this means.
A knife and a cigarette? Maybe these are scary to Canadians. I don’t know. I am not a fan.
He is just so pissed off. This is like telling a retarded kid to make an angry face.
Well, cometh the man, cometh the scared puppets.
Director: “Give it a good hug, because we ran out of glue. The key grip was too busy huffing.”
I have no words. Is the devil taking advantage of Thor?
Fight is almost over, or is this a dance?
All that aside, you need to watch this. It is a good representation of what was so completely awesome about the 80s. A time when anything was truly possible. Shitty puppet Satan. Some odd fraggle rock puppets that are supposed to be demons? Ghouls? Who knows. The one has a pretty good smokers cough. Hair and then some really creepy bare-chested man vs. puppet action.
When will we ever learn?