Titles, subtitles and other shit can reap some fantastic rewards.
As with everything from me, I will make it a bit different.
|So this shit is called Kung Fu with the subtitle of 'The Way of the Exploding Fist' but it's cool, because its subtitle is actually a 1985 game. Trust me, they knew.|
|So take away 'at 30-000 feet' you're left with one of the most famous taglines in silver screen history.|
|This is just plane stupid because in this, we're also at 30,000 feet...|
This tagline is also a Manic Street Preachers album.
Freaky shit right? Another fact is that the above tagline and/or album title is also a track by Rage Against the Machine.
|'Evil never dies' and earlier...|
|'Love never dies'. Terrible!|
Now I'm starting to get annoyed...
It's absolutely unbelievable.
Although that can't be beaten, this is my favourite.
|'The lucky ones died in the blast' sounds surprisingly good for this post apocalyptic thriller. What a crying bloody shame it's a total rip off of Wes Craven's 1977 directorial debut...|
|Hmmm, this tagline is a variation on an inoffensive Ray Winstone crime comedy, which also starred Denise van Outen.|
|Lights. Camera. Death. Needless cheese with more corn than a certain field.|
|The original Hellraiser is a brilliant 1987 Clive Barker horror yarn but every sequel deserved to be sent straight to hell. This subtitle exists in a totally different series...|
You may know it as The New Generation and,
|this PSP entry finishes this off nicely.|
|No matter how you clothe this up, 'shoot the dead' is appallingly tacky.|
A variation on that appalling tagline was the title of this forgettable DS zombie shmup. It was released in Blighty as Dead 'n' Furious.
|Amusingly rude but relevant. This is an original 'nothing much happens' horror film and worth a watch. If you're expecting action and bloody violence, you will be disappointed.|
This yawn fest is even ruder...
|It's not a remake. It's not a sequel and it's not based on a Japanese one. I think this just about sums up the power and respect that should be afforded to world cinema.|
|This is where a tagline masks a bomb of a film...|
|Sea evil is almost as awful as some asshole's comment.|
In theory, this sounds like a great movie and I'm going to find out if I'm right with the Mrs. Anyway, it has a tacky but decent tagline and it also shares something in common with another type of romance.
It's identical to the final sentence of this poster's attempted selling point. What a spot right?
Just to add one more, look at this tagline.
In 1972, this effort came from The Rolling Stones and...
...as you can clearly see, a different but similar sounding album title variation.
It's Resident Evil vs Dracula again...
Very similar stuff again and concludes this set.
I hope this journey has opened a few eyes.