Deathmatch: Picnic of Blood!




"What. The. HELL?"

“What. The. HELL?”

"What kind of deathmatch is this?! Why arent you killing each other?!"

“What kind of deathmatch is this?! Why aren’t you killing each other?!”

"But no ones voting for us! Everyones just being really generous and  buying reviews outright!"

“But no one’s voting for us! Everyone’s just being really generous and buying reviews outright!”

"Huh? Really?"

“Huh? Really?”


"Aw, thats  awesome. But still...three of you gotta die.!"

“Aw, that’s awesome. But still…three of you gotta die. Um…you!”





"Noooo...I have so much to live for!"

“Noooo…I have so much to live for!”

"Hes crazy! Run for you lives!"

“He’s crazy! Run for you lives!”



So, first week down and the remaining contenders are:

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death and Rebirth

Avatar: The Last Airbender

The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat

Darby O’Gill and the Little People


The Last Unicorn

The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2


Belle’s Magical World

Donate to the ACLU and email your receipt to to vote for your favourite movie/series. Support a vital charity and satisfy my bloodlust. EVERYBODY WINS!




  1. You’re trying to trick us into shipping animated movies, Mouse.

    Jokes on you. Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat and Belle’s Magical World were ALREADY my OPT.

  2. Noooooo, two of my votes. ;_;

    All right. No point crying over spilt celluloid. Mouse, I now have a dilemma. We buy votes by donating to a human-rights organization, yet I’m pretty sure that voting for you to sit through the Disney sequels would count as a human rights violatio–

    Wait. No. Not human. Mouse.

    Well. Carry on!

  3. Is it really appropriate for a film as innocent as a Disney sequel to make out a film as promiscuous and experienced as “Nine Lives Of Fritz The Cat”? Not to mention the 24-year age difference? Or am I just being prudish?

    1. Sometimes when people or movies are under pressure to live up to an older sibling that gets all the attention, they act out in self-destructive ways.

  4. I was at Costco yesterday and saw they had Hunchback on Blu-Ray for $12 so I bought it. I got home and realized it was actually a two movie combo pack with Hunchback 1 and 2. So now I own Hunchback 2 and if it wins this deathmatch I will feel obligated to watch it ahead of Mouse’s review. Please don’t let it win.

    1. I’ve encountered this issue before myself. I remember once coming across Mulan on Blu-Ray, which seemed awesome, but had its sequel packaged with it as well (I didn’t end up buying it that day, not on principal, but because I just didn’t have the free money at the time).

      I’m not sure if there’s some sort of revenue Disney’s missing out on that only reselling those now infamously sub-par sequels can fill, otherwise I’m perplexed as to why they want to remind everyone that they still exist. Wasn’t that the whole reason why those Tinkerbell movies were made, so that the short-term profit the Sequels generated could still be met?

      1. Same thing actually happened to me before with Lilo & Stitch. Now that sequel I’ve already seen and don’t remember it being THAT bad.

  5. Phew, good. When I first saw this new post, I was worried I missed my window to donate.

    Mouse, when it comes to the TV series options, do you have a pre-determined set of episodes you intend to look at if they make the cut?

  6. I’d like to vote, but my mom is very conservative and won’t let me donate anything to the ACLU, and I don’t have a credit card. Is there any other way I can vote?

      1. Oh, you do realize I’ve been working for the Red One for the better part of two years. Nothing fazes me anymore.

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