Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Michael Bay to be dragged to Hell by Lamia in 3 days


People often say good things come in threes. "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" is number three in the franchise. Top of the line 3-D filming equipment was used during production...... and after the third day of the upcoming holiday weekend, director Michael Bay will be dragged to Hell by the Lamia for unleashing it onto the viewing public. Going back to work after celebrating the 4th of July just got a little easier, but what chain of events has led to the sudden rejoicing of summer blockbuster fans everywhere?

Sources say that a recent sneak preview hosted by Bay himself left two people of Gypsy descent less than enthused about his latest box office behemoth. The filmmaker was startled at a post screening autograph session when a hideous elderly woman took a signed poster, cursed it and handed it back to him with a devilish grin on her face. "I think she said la-me-yah.....or something like that," the perplexed director explained. "Then she just took off with a creepy looking kid in tow.........anyone want this poster?"

The cursed poster signed by Bay


GPS was able to track down the Gypsy woman in question and learn a little more about the incident. Sylvia Ganush was just trying to have a fun night out at the movies with her grandson Yoska, but was disheartened when he didn't enjoy the 3-D Bay-porn spectacle. "He had three chances to make a good film about giant transforming robots that my Yoska would love and he shames us with this," the disgruntled Sylvia asserted. "Now Lamia will take him to Hell in three days!," Yoska shouted victoriously.

Clearly upset movie patron Sylvia Ganush



Yoska Ganush just wanted a good "Transformers" movie

We learned that once the Gypsies have cursed a person with the Lamia, they will be mentally and physically tormented by the demon for three days before finally being taken to Hell to suffer for all eternity. "He's getting off easy," Sylvia insists. "Just wait and see what we have in store for the director of Transformers 4 if Yoska is not pleased!"

An artist depiction of the Lamia

While it's possible that many "Pearl Harbor" fans out there will be saddened about Bay's condemnation, film goers worldwide will now have cause to celebrate the Devil getting his due this 4th of July.





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10 comments:

  1. Haha. Great post! Have zero interest in seeing Transformers 3. Haven't seen the 1st two.

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  2. Let me tell you what you're missing:

    1) Giant robots playing hide-and-seek with humans, using a house to "obscure" themselves

    2) Giant robot with even gianter testicles (literally...they're metallic) climbing a pyramid in Egypt

    3) Indecipherable action

    4) John Turturro lowering his standards for a paycheck.

    I just saved you about 4-5 hours of your time.

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  3. I like your no 3 and 4:) Pretty much everything is indecipherable, indiscernible and incoherent...that takes care of the "in" words:P

    But you can add so many others to Turturro who came for a cha-ching...though if a movie's gonna get it for them it'll be this:P

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  4. agreed Marc. I pick on Bay, but honestly I don't mind his work. I'm a big fan of "Rock" and "Bad Boys" and even a little "Armageddon" Mindless entertainment. when all said and done, I'll probably buy a ticket to his latest explosion-fest!

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  5. oh, bummer, it's fourth of July this weekend? Nobody will be online and I will have zero visits /criesandscreams/

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  6. Ahah Bay is reaching a point where he could really make something really interesting by making his movie even more soul-sucking. Image a Transformers 4 that is completely incoherent with action scenes throughout and a ridiculously third-rate story. Sort of like a serious parody of Michael Bay by Michael Bay ;)

    @ Dez: I could use the vacation so I won't complain ;)

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  7. @Castor.....I might go see that.

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  8. @B.Stank Thank you my friend and thanks for stopping by. We're always ready to simmer the satire on the soup!

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  9. @ Marc...yes, everything is indecipherable and all those other in words. I don't even remember a lot of what happened in the second one. I do remember the transformer that was built for the sole purpose of sucking other transformers into its mouth, and when it finally got the chance...they just punched their way out. Good job.

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