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August 22, 2003 12:47 AM   Subscribe

OK, before I download this, what's the short summary?
posted by aeschenkarnos at 12:58 AM on August 22, 2003

Pretty graphic (in a hilarious way) depiction of the RIAA busting some music downloaders.
posted by Yiggs at 1:17 AM on August 22, 2003

The RIAA's newly forged alliance with Mordor and Nazi Germany looks to put an end to file sharing once and for all.
posted by StrangerInAStrainedLand at 1:23 AM on August 22, 2003

too big for dialup, is it ok if i mock them anyway? thanks.
posted by triv at 1:56 AM on August 22, 2003

It's a clip from American Werewolf in London, with new captions.

Big whoop.
posted by Hogshead at 2:28 AM on August 22, 2003

Oddly, the musical career of actor David Naughton (whose throat was slashed in that scene) was also mentioned this week in an Onion article about iPods. (funny stuff)
posted by condour75 at 2:31 AM on August 22, 2003

This is good, but not great. Definitely worth downloading if your bored and on broadband.
posted by Keyser Soze at 3:03 AM on August 22, 2003

These are not the downloaders you've been looking for....
posted by ElvisJesus at 7:16 AM on August 22, 2003

(self link) There is a 3mb divx version up on my site, as well, plus a link to Waxy's mirrors.
posted by Hackworth at 9:20 AM on August 22, 2003

Was that really from American Werewolf in London? It's been ages since I saw it. That was f'n spooky. Makes you realize just how far John Carpenter has fallen from form...

As for the parody itself: *YAWN*
posted by teradome at 9:28 AM on August 22, 2003

I wonder why John Carpenter has fallen? John Landis helmed American Werewolf in London.
posted by infowar at 10:26 AM on August 22, 2003

I liked it a lot.

John Carpenter has indeed slowed down a bit, in my opinion (although I loved "Vampires") but John Landis hasn't made a good movie in 15 years.
posted by GriffX at 2:48 PM on August 22, 2003

'Helmed'? What, do you work for Variety now?
posted by GriffX at 2:49 PM on August 22, 2003

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