Saturday, June 30, 2012

MILFcast #47: GPS Edition

The other weekend, the kind folks over at Man, I Love Films were gracious enough to invite us on the 47th edition of the MILFcast. Would you like to hear it? Of course you would. Let's see...we talk about Prometheus, play some fun games (including the one where I got gypped out of a future spot), and wonder who the hell Diane Kruger is. Enjoy.

Friday, June 29, 2012

Not to be Confused with Magic Mike, The Asylum Partners with Green People Soup to Bring You Magical Mark

It's been a busy few weeks here at Green People Soup. You might have thought it was big news when I discovered some shitty Robocop DVD covers. You'd be right, of course, but I have even bigger news in store for everyone who frequents our tiny corner of the internet. Yep, you guessed right: I'm proud to announce our new partnership with The Asylum, in which we'll be bringing you, our loving audience, quality entertainment that has nothing to do with bigger-budget films who think they're hot shit. What better way to start off this glorious contractual arrangement than with Magical Mark, an original story about a male stripper struggling to mesh his professional career and personal life? You guessed it again: There is no better way.

Friday, June 22, 2012

GPShitty DVD Covers: The Robocop Series

Well, there you have it, folks: The RoboBox. Whatever version of Robocop you own, it's not as good as that one. I mean, just look at it. It has 3 Robocop movies, and they're in a Box. The person who came up with that idea should get some kind of a medal. Maybe even a nobel prize. The funny thing about it, though, is that it's not the worst box art for Robocop. It shows mini versions of 2 of them, but to see them in their full glory, you'll have to keep reading. You have 20 seconds to comply.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Someone Who's Totally Not Me Plans to Stare at Blogger Stats Until Desired Number is Reached

As midnight fast approaches on a Tuesday night, most people are already counting sheep. Not everyone, though. On the condition he remain anonymous, one film blogger opened up about his obsession with tracking stats and how it has affected both his blogging output and number of tweets sent out per day.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

GPShitty Photoshop Jobs, Volume 1

Okay, I have nothing else of interest to say until next week, but I've been looking at my DVD collection, and something stands out. Something monstrous. Something hideous. So hideous, in fact, that I cannot look away. Yes, I'm talking about really shitty Photoshop jobs on DVD covers. Keep reading to see the horrendous, apocalypse-inducing, dehumanizing airbrushing that can only happen when someone either hates their job or gets paid to suck at it.

Friday, June 8, 2012

2012 Lammys: Some Blogger's Attempt at Humor Backfires, Ruins my Marriage

On June 7th, 2012, my marriage ended. Now, you might be wondering what I did to cause this tragic turn of events. Did I cheat? No. Was I an abusive husband? Of course not. In fact, I did nothing to contribute to my wife leaving me. The real culprit behind me having to start my life all over again came in the clever disguise of a wolf in sheep's clothing. Apparently, Dan "Fogs" Fogarty of Fogs' Movie Reviews couldn't think of a better way to advertise his site's nomination for Funniest Lamb Writer other than using ad hominem attacks on my character. The result, as I've already mentioned, spelled doom for what was once a happy home.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Tim Curry to Reprise Role as Pennywise the Clown in New Star Trek

This is a strange one, folks, but it seems to be legit. Our best-paid intern has uncovered evidence that despite rumors to the contrary, Tim Curry will once again be donning his pants-shitting monster clown outfit, only this time for J.J. Abram's second Star Trek film. Combining Stephen King's It with Star Trek might seem like a bizarre combination, but the proof is in the pudding. Continue reading to find out what the cross-over will mean for both audiences and filmmakers alike.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Film Critic Watches Anchorman; Finds Ron Burgundy "Unlikeable"

It's no secret that I love Anchorman. In fact, I believe it to be one of the best comedies to come down the pipes in the last decade. However, I also know there are those out there who would scoff at my profession of love. With that Brick-like stance in mind, GPS sat down with Leonard Potemkin, noted film journalist and burgeoning auteur, on the subject of why he calls Anchorman's Ron Burgundy an "unlikeable misogynist in a bad suit."