The Making Of JimSAW

Halloween is over, and The Jimquisition Halloween Special was released to a surprisingly great reception. It’s not that I didn’t expect – or at least hope – for some people to dig it, I just didn’t expect it to be so overwhelmingly positive.

JimSAW, which is more or less the first semi-serious attempt I’ve had at making a short semi-film, was a labor of love and hard work that relied on the talent of a lot of incredible people.

Now I’m going to be self-indulgent and talk about how we put it all together.

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The whole “Jimsaw Killer” thing was first conceived in 2015 after I binged through the entire SAW movie franchise in a week. I’d only ever seen the first one, but I was intrigued by its near-annual releases as a throwback to the era of 80s slasher films and their endless sequels.

What surprised me about SAW wasn’t so much all the gore and the silliness, but the oddly dedicated effort to ensuring things made narrative sense. While the series is ridiculous and only gets moreso with each film, the writers try very hard to explain even minor plot holes while ensuring there’s enough forward planning for shocking payoffs.

I love the character of John “Jigsaw” Kramer. A mentor, a philosopher, a self-centered hypocrite whose talk of rehabilitation through sadistic “games” is little more than a mask for his conceit and his need to be remembered after death. That’s my read on the character, anyway.

In October 2015, I unveiled Jimsaw as part of what looked like a run-of-the-mill skit. He debuted in the episode Enjoy The Silence, Feel The Noise as part of a running gag I’d been doing that year about misappropriation of Patreon funds. In subsequent episodes that month, he appeared in random portions of the show, hinting at something larger.

The full extent of Jimsaw was revealed in The Golden Sins Of Horror Games, notable not just for Jimsaw, but for a familiar face who doesn’t do so much talking now as he did in the video. It also featured Flannel, a dear friend of mine, and a notorious cameo from Cliff Bleszinski of Boss Key Productions.

It was a fun story and I loved making it, but production value was awful and I used the camera’s inbuilt mic like a total toolbag. It was amatuer stuff, but many people got a kick out of it. Not everybody.

The “Shrimp Head” mask was the star of the show, built by Kerry Dyer. I wanted a mask evocative of the “Pig Head” from SAW, but distinctly more Jimquisition in nature. What better than a shrimp? Shrimps have been part of the show for years, and their pink, elongated nature made them work well as a stand-in for the pig.

I also needed music on par with the famous “Hello Zepp” of SAW fame. Ben Rama’s “Hello Shrimp” was a beautiful substitute, commissioned for the episode and written to spec.

So I had this badass mask and tune, and there was no way I’d let it all be wasted on a one-off Halloween special.

Enter Justin McDaniel.

Justin has been an associate of mine for quite some time now, a graphic designer and game developer who approached me about collaboration after a chance encounter in a local Target. He immediately impressed me by offering the Fuck Konami News intro sequence that remains a popular fixture of the show. Since then, he’s worked on video thumbnails, Boglinwatch 2016, and upcoming site improvements.

I’d always planned a new Jimsaw Killer video for this Halloween, but it was Justin who wanted to go much further than normal and stretch his legs as a video editor. I indulged my “why the fuck not?” approach and we went from there.

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Initially, the character of Michael Rowe was going to be contained within a box with his head poking out of the top – the “game” would demand he cut his fingers off and push them through a hole in the box to land on the scale. Justin found a weird old surgeon’s table with holes in it however, so we changed the game to the seated one in the video.

My goal was to wrap a familiar storyline around it. It was less about creating something new, and more about inserting Jimsaw and his hilarity into a situation you’d see in a Saw movie. I wanted it to feel like, if it had been anyone besides Jimsaw, it would actually be terrifying. – Justin.

The game itself, when you seriously examine it, doesn’t work on paper. The idea of cutting off fingers and using them as twisted “microtransactions” is a horrifying concept, but Jimsaw’s execution is naturally terrible. Leaving aside the obvious structural problems with the setup, nothing about “The Microtransaction Game” works.

Jimsaw left a phone with which to call for help. The saw can be used to cut the handcuff instead of play the game. The box isn’t locked. Even if the rules were actually followed, Rowe wouldn’t have fingers with which to take the key out of the box.

It’s important to me that the games are always incompetent, flimsy, and ultimately non-threatening. It’s less funny if Jimsaw is a legitimate serial killer or actually dangerous in any way.

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The plan was always to have a Boglin take over the “puppet” role from Miniature Fantasy Willem Dafoe, but it wasn’t until a couple weeks prior to shooting it occurred to me we could take it to the next level. So I asked Jim to hunt down a boglin on the cheap (didn’t have to be great quality since we were going to work on it), and then proceeded to mimic Billy The Puppet‘s style on it. Thankfully since it was the weeks leading up to Halloween, fake hair and paint were easy to find. My fiancé Jen put the finishing touches on it by taking one of her hairbows and gluing it to the front, completing the look. – Justin.

Where the mask was the showstealer of last year, Billy the Boglin was 2016’s breakout.

I loved Justin’s idea to use a Boglin, but I was not prepared for what he’d create after I grabbed a cheap burner Boglin off eBay. The moment I saw what Justin did, I knew the video would have at least one awesome thing in it – if nothing else worked, we had Billy, and he would be adored.

The response to him was about the one thing I banked on, and I was correct to do it.

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So this is where we filmed, a subterranean storm shelter in Blair Witch territory. It was legitimately spooky down there – full of bugs, the walls covered in oil, a floor of rocks and earth. We quickly dubbed it the Murder Hole.

My only regret is that we never got around to filming somebody entering or exiting the hole from outside. The imagery of that big metal door swinging open would’ve been fantastic. Another time, perhaps.

Getting in was easier than expected, and there was just enough room to film. The rubble-covered floor was dangerous, especially as seeing through my costume’s black-tinted eyes and draping wig was incredibly difficult. Luckily nobody got hurt, but many of us were squicked out by the amount of roaches down there.

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Some props were made or obtained on the day. Here’s Amanda making a box really dirty for us. She insisted we reference her “dirty box” a lot throughout filming. The plastic spiders were discarded, but were going to be part of Jimsaw’s pathetic attempt to make the room scary. We stuck with our glow-in-the-dark cleavers situated atop a metal skull-shaped stand we found outside.

Improvisation was important to more than just the performances. The cheap toy handcuffs we bought for Patrick (Michael Rowe) wouldn’t fit his adult wrists, and they didn’t survive the first scene, splitting apart when filming began.

One issue was that Patrick couldn’t reach anything on the table with both hands cuffed – this was solved when the cuffs broke, and I said we should just have one hand restrained without worrying about the other.

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That’s what the restraints of the trap originally looked like before Patrick and I broke the thing between us. What really killed it was the scene with us wrestling over the phone. Patrick could barely move, and it only took a slight overextension for the frail plastic chainlinks to break.

It’s important when filming to know what will break your shitty plastic handcuffs.

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What got me into this project? What commandeered my sensibilities and steered my path in life down into that dark hole?

I think it was when Jim saw me screaming about cocks on the teevee. I was dressed as a midwestern football coach, because it was that kind of party, and a downright pornographic campaign ad – a fake ad, for a fake campaign, it was that kind of party –  had just aired, and in that ad, a giant flopping penis featured heavily. – Patrick. 

Patrick Jerome is a local comedian who performs at Offbeat in Jackson. I came to know him through mutual friends and found him pretty hilarious, so he was a good fit for the role of Mike Row. The party he references above is real – it was a murder mystery party hosted by Flannel and I was playing a presidential candidate. Flannel went so far as to create fake political attack ads for the night, of which Patrick was the narrator.

We had a rough outline for what to do with each scene, but no script. I like improv, and I’m thrilled with how it all worked out. However, looking back on the final product, I think future projects will benefit from tighter direction and at least light scripting or blocking.

I had met all of these people less than once and didn’t recognize any of them on sight. They were gathered around a hole in the dirt, grinning and quiet and welcoming.

“Get into the murder hole,” someone said as I came up with a plan to kill as many of them as I could with the length of cut steel I saw lying across the lip of the hole.

The hole was deep, with a steel ladder leading down into darkness.

“It’s a nice murder hole,” they said, but I wasn’t moving toward it.

We all die someday. They were singing glorious songs down in the murder hole. They were filthing a box. They were putting on costumes. They were singing and testing their cameras.

We all die someday. Jim may well have handed me a wrench and asked “Would you kindly jump down in that there murder hole and make us some teevee?” – Patrick.

Mr. Jerome’s statements of what occurred that day cannot be taken as fact.

The Murder Hole was inhabited and shouted in for several hours. Acoustics were surprisingly good in there, and having a shotgun mic helped make it sound as solid as we needed. Filming was fun and chaotic, and we had to smuggle the dildo bat onto the set because the landowners were not exactly… liberal?

They were very… Mississippi.

Let’s just say I didn’t want them seeing me with a camera and a giant cock.

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As well as the Murder Hole filming, we returned to the set (dirty garage) of last year’s episode the following week. Here, Patrick would film his conversation with Double Secret President Wesker while I’d record my flashbacks and final scene.

One noise-ass fuckin’ A/C unit started up as we were about to film, so we moved to the other side of the driveway to avoid it. Just as we moved all the gear, the A/C unit on that side started up. We were screwed. Justin did a lot of work to reduce its impact on the scene.

After shooting hours of nonsense, it was time for the edit, which is where Justin really showed his stuff. Like a George Romero movie, we recorded tons of bullshit and it was down to the editing process to make it work. It’s the soul of cinema, after all!

Jim has said numerous times that the movie was made in editing, and he’s not exaggerating. We had the basic outline going in, knowing what we wanted to film, but no real storyboard to work from. Both Jim and Patrick work best with improv, and we didn’t want it to feel like anything other than a Jimquisition special. So when we recorded, we recorded alot. Jim and Patrick would go on for minutes at a time in each scene, trying new lines and jokes each time to give us plenty of options.

Once that was done, it was my turn to do the heavy lifting. I took everything into Premiere and started making sense of all of it. I made sure to follow the basic structure, but if we had a great shot of Jim and Patrick going on a hilarious rant, I didn’t want to stop it.

An example of this is Jimsaw explaining the game to Patrick. It was initially not going to be one long shot, and have a few more dramatic cuts, but once Jim started going on about a “gory hole” I knew we had to keep everything in. Instead I filmed reaction shots of the game and Patrick’s struggles, and dropped them in to illustrate what Jimsaw was explaining. In my opinion it made the scene better than originally planned. – Justin.

The things Justin did made me realize how much I don’t consider about video, despite making a living in it. He had us filmed from several angles, and was able to make the visuals and the audio coherent in ways I couldn’t begin to emulate. In one scene, some phone interference ruined the audio of a take, and we had to dub the lines back in – thank Christ my mouth isn’t very visible behind the mask!

As my editor explained, there were some shots that weren’t quite as dynamic as intended due to the nature of the improvised performances. Some things you just don’t want to lose, so you bite the bullet and go for less visually interesting framing in the hopes the action is entertaining enough to make up for it.

I’ve been going through a lot of Red Letter Media lately and their criticism about static wide-angled framing has stuck with me. The Jimquisition on-camera segments are static, but that’s what happens when you work without a crew. I was blown away by how different JimSAW looked just based on the camera angle changes.

As we continued shooting, everyone was starting to wear out. We were in a boiling hot hole in the ground, near 30° degrees higher in temperature than outside. We wanted to get out of there quick, but this would be our only chance to shoot. That did lead to us forgetting to put in leading cues from shot to shot, and me trying to correct them as best as possible. Thankfully there were only a few moments in the film that were really effected by this, but it does remind us to make sure to plan around longer shoots for next time. – Justin.

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Fatigue was a toughie, especially with my back injury screaming at me before we’d even started. We soldiered on though, and I think we did a grand job considering our time and resource restrictions. There are some mistakes and flubs that made it into the final video, and that’s a shame, but for a first effort I’m proud of what we could produce.

Of course, there were some moments we just had to rely on the computer to correct our mistakes. There are two particular parts we had to fix in editing:

1. When Patrick notices the video on the phone, we had not actually shot the footage for that at the time. To make up for that, we made sure after that shot, we would never have to see the phone screen directly, and since the audience could see where the boglin video was coming from, we could simply cut in its footage on the video itself. Then I did a tracking shot and matched the video to the phone in the first shot. It was far away and very short, so it didn’t catch the eye too much.

2. We planned an entire reveal around a business card, but it turns out neither Jim or I had a working printer. We just decided to do a tracking shot and place the words on the card, but we didn’t have as much time to detail track it. It made the words look like they were floating above the card. That’s when Jim came up with the idea to have the card project a hologram, as it would match the tone of the evil Umbrella Corp. Turned into its own weird thing. – Justin. 

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The original ending was very different from what we ended up with. Initially, Michael Rowe would turn out to be a Konami executive sent to gather intelligence on Jimsaw’s activities, and he’d inform his masters that it was okay to go ahead with a Dynasty Warriors pachinko machine. While that would’ve been fun, I started to feel another cameo was important to truly top last year’s video.

After some thought and discussion, I settled on D.C. Douglas appearing as Double Secret President Wesker. I’ve known Douglas for several years and he was more than happy to take part – he is what one would call a real class act!

Rather than make him a game company executive, I had a sudden desire to tie the running Boglin themes even more strongly into the episode. Luckily we hadn’t filmed the ending yet – it was simple enough to alter the story so Rowe was now a professional Boglin burglar and Wesker was desirous of the coveted “#1 Boglin Boy” designation.

In hindsight, it came out cleverer than intended, making a twisted sense of the Boglin stuff that had been creeping into The Jimquisition. Of course, since I’m still obsessed with Boglins, the cleverness will erode with continued Boglin exposure.

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And that’s a brief(ish) look at how we brought JimSAW to life!

It was hard work, and I’m currently dealing with exhaustion as a result of doing this on top of the regular content (and creating extra content so nobody felt like replaced anything) but I’m super happy about the results, and excited for the future.

With seat-of-the-pants planning, no script, and a lot of production hurdles, we pulled together a silly and entertaining short film that looked way better than it had any right to and entertained people on a level I did not expect.

Just imagine what we can do from here.

It’s going to be fucking nightmarish.

Matthew Hatfield
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Matthew Hatfield

HIGHLY disappointed at the lack of Chip in a leatherbear outfit. YOU MUST ALLOW THIS, JIM.

MrSaxon
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MrSaxon

Any chance a certain Conrad Zimmerman might encounter the Jimsaw Killer in a future episode? You two obviously work well together when it comes to improv, and you just know that you want to put him in a trap where he has to choose between his sacred moustache or death!

Jpkurihara
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Jpkurihara

I really want to see a Pod-Saw episode that starts with Jimsaw kidnapping some other guy, then Jimsaw gets kidnapped himself by Gavsaw who tells him he has to take back his 4/10 for Assassin’s Creed 2 or else he’ll be forced to replay recent Ubisoft games in their entirety, and then Katesaw kidnaps him and tells him he has to accept Mass Effect 3 is a great videogame ending or else she’ll shit in his pint.

gulpirak
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gulpirak

Jim, are you getting this?

Grasshopper
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I know it’s late, but clearly the proper name for Laura K Buzz is… Buzzsaw.

altdoom
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altdoom

I can highly recommend the YouTube channel Every Frame a Painting, if you’re all interested in film making techniques.

Фролов Денис
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Фролов Денис

So, I think it’s good time to ask. I’ve been watching you for very long time now, but one thing remains a mistery. What’s the meaning of running joke with shrimp?

Jim Sterling
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Watch the original Jimsaw video from last year. It’s referenced.

Austin_sj
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Austin_sj

Great insight into the process, thanks.

Chürz
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Chürz

You put a lot of work there and the result was amazing. Thanks for this Halloween special, Jim.

Maddy
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Maddy

Blooper reel coming up or nah?

Jpkurihara
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Jpkurihara

Question about last year’s episode: why did you pick Thundercats DS and not another game like Colonial Marines?

Gareth
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Gareth

I believe he explained it at the time. It’s also explained more topically in an episode at the time of Podtoid in short though the game is fucking terrible.

Jpkurihara
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Jpkurihara

Yes, I remember it was in the Jimquisition’s 10 Worst Games list, but it wasn’t even on the top, so it felt like a random pick.

Jim Sterling
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It was the one really shitty game I could actually find around (I have a copy of A:CM somewhere but it got flung into a dark corner of the house where it belongs).

BornFlunky
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BornFlunky

I gotta ask, how was it working with Douglas? Pretty standard stuff, or?

Jim Sterling
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It wasn’t much of a thing. I asked him about appearing, he agreed, I sent him the lines, and he sent me the recording. Vocal cameos are pretty dang easy to pull off.

Actually, even Cliff’s cameo last year was simple, since he just filmed from home and sent it along.

milath
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milath

Just a weird thing I noticed with your mention of both RLM and DC Douglas: According to IMDB, DC was Billy (the paralyzed guy, if I remember right. It’s been a while since I actually saw *that* movie) in Future Force, which RLM just did in a BotW.

Life, man… It’s all patterns.

Sharadufobash
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Sharadufobash
I’d like to big-up this commedian guy, Patrick Jerome, a bit – good acting, mate. I see the Jimsaw character as a parody of the character Jim is in The Jimquisition, a version of Jim where the frustrations and obsessions have pushed him over the edge. The joke being, of course, he’s totally incompetent. So he’s bungled his revenge on the purveyors of microtransactions so who’s next? Steam, Digital Homicide (so many jokes possible in that one), whatever you call people who aren’t into the social justice movement, people who use the term “social justice warrior”? Will his quest to… Read more »
Gareth
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Gareth

I would suspect that Jim is unlikely to do anything in that regard about Digital Homicide.

Jim Sterling
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Or indeed, any real person. Making jokes about murdering/torturing real people, even as an incompetent comedy character, would not be very funny and could be taken as a threat.

Brotown
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Brotown

You’ll be alright. Torture’s fine. It’s that Libel thing that’s the real evil.
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Sharadufobash
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Sharadufobash

Those biys, DH guys, could get with the program and have a laugh with it.That would be the ultimate end to a series that takes the piss out of itself.

Nov 4, Jim. Means nothing when you betray your herritage, betray Gt Yarmouth arcade, and betray the idea that Steel Talons ins’t a good co – op game.

50p a go for the worst polygons ever – fuck do we have it good now.

Happy bonfire night, mate.

Sharadufobash
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Sharadufobash

OK, I know it’s Nov 5, I thought America was in front but it’s behind and I am simple.

firmicute
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firmicute

Soo now you have proven the thing I always knew..
Cliffy B is an reptiiloid!

Billy Bissette
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Billy Bissette

After watching the video, I was wondering if the whole Boglin coverage stuff had all been done in set-up. I realized that while it would have been neat if its was true (that the Boglin affection was faked for Jimsaw), I also would have been sad about it.

Nitrium
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Nitrium

Ed Wood be proud. Of course he wasn’t trying to make satire.

diamond
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diamond

I think Red Letter Media are immensely overrated and pretentious, their reviews of the Star Wars prequels are fucking terrible.

Nitrium
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Nitrium

iyo.

Billy Bissette
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Billy Bissette

I find their reviews of the Star Wars prequels should be required viewing for prospective film makers, as they a very good job of putting into words just why those films are so poor, beyond the more obvious elements.

diamond
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diamond
I strongly disagree, I don’t think those reviews were very well done at all, to me film critic James Berrardinelli(whose forum on Reelviews I used to be a member of before the servers went bust) perfectly summed up why the prequels were good movies in their own right and why they were nowhere near as bad as the obsessive fanboys made them out to be(he also did a great Reelthoughts piece on why the original trilogy is flawed in it’s own right) Honestly I think people view the original trilogy through rose-tinted glasses, the original films when you think about… Read more »
Reclusiarch Reclu
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Reclusiarch Reclu

I watched the original trilogy as a child and the first 2 prequels too, and I enjoyed the originals , but the prequels bored me to death…even at age 12!

And no, I’m not a fan of the franchise, I have some heavy criticism for the original movies and have no desire to watch them again, but I respect them a lot. The prequels are just as RLM has described them on their reviews.

diamond
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diamond

Not me, I loved them in high school and still love em now.

Gareth
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Gareth

The problem is you’re not actually explaining why you consider them not be not done very well or why they did a poor job.

MJC
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MJC
I didn’t think the originals were very good either. I wouldn’t say they’re as bad as the prequels, but they were still mind numbingly boring. The pacing is just awful; like I needed to see 30 minutes if Luke wandering around in a snowstorm before something happens, or 30 minutes of just general dicking around with the giant living pile of diarrhea before they finally start the damn movie by saving Han Solo. Also, Darth Vader and Boba Fett are boring villains. Darth Vader does almost nothing to warrant his reputation: he has a few menacing lines, but when it… Read more »
diamond
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diamond

Definitely agreed there, it’s really the expanded universe which fleshed Vader and Boba Fett out and made them more interesting.

diamond
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diamond

I think they did a really poor job myself, i’d certainly never call them required viewing in the least. but to each their own.

Jim Sterling
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That’s a shame. I think they’re very insightful. They pull off a balance between crude humor and genuine knowledge that’s hard to do.

I think pretentious is the wrong word to use. These guys sit around drinking beer and being silly, they’re not trying to be anything they’re not.

diamond
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diamond

I once belonged to a now defunct movie forum, there were a number of users on there who also disliked RLM, though they did a better job then I ever could of explaining why they did not like them.

I’m personally not the sort of person who really notices or cares about something like wide-angled static shots(mainly due to my Asperger’s Syndrome, hell many times people will point out either technical errors or plot holes in films that I totally missed)

Fallen Prime
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Fallen Prime

Their insight seems less sharp in recent years when it comes to modern trends (their Ghostbusters ’16 content felt particularly tone-deaf in regards to the nature of its backlash), but I will ALWAYS go to Best of the Worst for commentary and discussion on old B-movies I’d never have heard of otherwise. I’ve now seen Xtro and Double Down because of them, among others.

Double Down, by the way, is every bit as nonsensical as Rich Evans’s attempted description makes it sound. And we do, in fact, see his ballsack.

Reclusiarch Reclu
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Reclusiarch Reclu

They are totally on point, so that leaves us with two possibilities: or you love the prequels to death, or their comedic style is not your cup of tea; both are valid (and lame :v), but that doesn’t mean they are not good.

diamond
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diamond

Their comedy is definitely not my bag, I get why others like it, it’s just not for me.

diamond
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diamond

I don’t think they are on point in the least.

Tony Russo
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Tony Russo

I really liked their reviews of the prequels… but their piece on The Force Awakens was a huge let-down.

HisDivineOrder
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HisDivineOrder

Congrats! Great job!

Steven
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Steven

*goodjob*

Eduardo Pigatto
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Eduardo Pigatto

goog jooj

Reclusiarch Reclu
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Reclusiarch Reclu

It was totally worth it, Jim! and Capcom should make the “Wesker’s a Boglin collector” part canon on the RE series

Bravo!

robmobz
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robmobz

It was amazing, shame I can’t up-vote this article 🙂

Stormbringer
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Hah! I always assumed that mask was a District 9 Halloween mask 🙂

Martijn Fiering
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Martijn Fiering

After all that, D.C. Douglas’s appearance was the perfect cherry on top. I wouldn’t mind having it on Blu-ray.

goodbyejojo
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goodbyejojo

have you ever played any of the Saw video games, Jim?

SilentPony
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SilentPony

OMG Jim, Blair Witch Territory! That’s the next Halloween Special itself! A Found Footage video about annoying as fuck teenagers going in search of the Legendary JimSaw Killer, a local folk monster. Do fake interviews from local townsfolk, have the teens walk through creepy woods finding a Pog Sex circle, random boglins in creepy places, and the Jimsaw Killer clearly being filmed trying to scare them and then trying to get away just saying “Fuck fuck fuck fuck”

And for added props, dress the kids up as the Scooby Gang.

carg0
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carg0

this was great. the monologue towards the end (where you’re making your way up the staircase, out of bunker) is a little hard to hear but, other than that, it was smooth sailing.

Jim, i would love to see you make these videos a seasonal thing, if possible. totally down for a “JIMSaw XXX-Mas: Boglin Harder”.

i’ll be screening this video at my next PTA meeting… and locking the door. (⌐■_■)

Eirik Hafskjold
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A day or two ago I got a notification on my ipad that Patreon had charged me another monthly payment. I squinted on the lines of text and thought to myself as I saw the words Jimquisition in there; “Has he fucking earned it this month?”.

Well yes, the answer is yes.

InfamousDS
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InfamousDS

Kudos on a job well done.