Every so often, we witness something straight out of left field. I remember watching Cabin Fever with my buddies a few years back. For those of you who never bothered seeing it, Cabin Fever was about a group of teens who go to a cabin and begin to rot for reasons revealed later. It was sorta gooey-gross and sorta boring.
Then this happened.
This scene haunts me. I'm posting this because I couldn't stop thinking about it last night even though I hadn't seen it for years. It is why I find "pancakes" to be the funniest of food items.
What are your favorite "What the fucking fuck?!" moments in movies? What radom bit didn't fit?
That's a great scene. I always thought it was something to with the "water" if you recall how the story played out. I also can't help but think of that joke were the teens are in a gas shop and ask the old man what the shotgun is for. Well I won't repeat what he said, but I'm sure you can recall, cause it turns out to be a call back joke used right at the end of the film, which made me laugh so fucking hard. I'm trying to think of something else, but I just wanted to say that about Cabin Fever. The only good film Eli Roth has done. If I can think of one of my own I'll post it.
Yeah there was a body in the resevoir which gave them some sort of flesh eating bacteria or something. I really don't remember anything else about it, including anything to do with a shotgun joke. It was about 7 years ago, after all.
The sudden depressing turn "Million Dollor Baby" takes. For about an hour so we have a very good boxing film, then Swank's character gets crippled and BAM! The film suddenly becomes just one big Ol' sad tale and the boxing is gone completly. Maybe not up there with karate kid Hanson look alike, but I was just stunned that one mintue it's a boxing film. The next a depressing film with no hint of a postive ending.
If that's to me then kind of. It's a horror comedy called, Dead and Breakfast. And like whatever that preacher film is or Evil Dead . It's a decent horror comedy film, and that's the most random bit in the film to me.