|Last Hussar||30 Sep 2014 8:03 p.m. PST|
Change the thrust of the piece of work by changing ONE letter in the title. You can:
Add a letter
Lose a letter
Transpose two letters (ideally ones next to each other) Mistype a letter (bonus points if they are next to each other on the keyboard)
Add/lose a space
Bone with the Wind
Wizard of Ox
Band of Bothers
Get him to the Geek
|Winston Smith ||30 Sep 2014 10:44 p.m. PST|
The Men Commandments
The Lizard of Oz
The Silence of the Lamps
|Winston Smith ||30 Sep 2014 10:49 p.m. PST|
And of course the double bill of X-rated classics:
Dong of the South
|OldGrenadier at work||01 Oct 2014 4:27 a.m. PST|
Knight of the Dead
|Private Matter||01 Oct 2014 4:54 a.m. PST|
Same pronunciation but a different meaning:
"A bridge to far"
Or for the geometrically challenged:
"The killer angles"
| 20thmaine ||01 Oct 2014 5:03 a.m. PST|
Oodstock – Suddenly it's a Dr Who movie
Tar Wars – the fight for the thick black sticky stuff
Tar Treck – the prequel to Tar Wars.
Hawk the layer – Ahem ! Bricks, I assume.
Marathon Tan – one person's quest for golden brown skin
Oldfinger. or Boldfinger. or Coldfinger. Or Holdfinger …..it really doesn't matter, they are all still Bond films.
| Parzival ||01 Oct 2014 6:37 a.m. PST|
Kelly's Zeroes- WWII soldiers learn about a Nazi gold deposit and decide it would be too hard to rob.
Frying Tigers— Exotic recipes from India.
Couching Tiger, Midden Dragon— Two overweight, smelly wargamers invade a con.
Hat People— A mysterious, beautiful immigrant girl is tormented by the thought that her father might have worn a fedora. Handsome New York lad decides she's nuts from the start, and dates the hot office chick instead.
Fight at the Museum— Call security; the coordinator of the Alexander exhibit and the Hannibal expert are squabbling again.
|Old Slow Trot ||01 Oct 2014 6:39 a.m. PST|
Mad Magazine does that a lot;such as "300" becomes "Boo",or "Casper" to "Gasper".
|Terrement ||01 Oct 2014 8:03 a.m. PST|
Back in D&D days, before the "A" and version numbers, there was a nuisance creature, small, cute, (acted as charm +5 spell) called a "typo" that would adopt a party for some random period of time. It caused the same sort of thing with any attempt to cast a spell.
So, "sleep" might end up as "sleet", or "sheep", or something similar.
Back to the movies,
The Bitches of Eastwick – bunch of desperate housewives who nag, connive, nag, gossip, nag, and nag
Sweat Home, Alabama – trials and tribulations of a dysfunctional family down south with no air conditioning
Moldfinger – Steven King's tale of terror that changes a greedy individual with a different sort of the Midas Touch
Porch Song Trilogy – three Bluegrass songs my Grandpappy taught me on the front porch and the stories behind each one.
Hunch, back at Notre Dame – a nerdy alumni turned sleuth solves a murder at homecoming weekend.
The Mommy – sweet tale tracing a single mom through the years as she raises her kids.
Pane Man – broken window replacements offer surprise insights to the lives of others
The Goodfather – touching tale of Italian immigrants and the sacrifices the patriarch made for his children.
Bolly the Kid – a "curry" western kicks off a new genre in film making
Pot Cemetery – deadheads and dead heads collide in this grade B horror flick.
Fry Day the 13th – latest in the annual series of the Gateaux family and their catfish festival on the bayou.
Ditty Harry – advert jingle writer has writer's block just when the career opportunity of a lifetime comes by.
Dirty Harpy – Grindhouse Pictures latest second feature at the drive in filled with gratuitous violence, car chases, sex, gratuitous violence, and sex. Did I mention it also has sex and gratuitous violence and sex?
Dr. Jekyll and "Mr. Hide" – the race by a caring doctor to find the anonymous homeless man who is discovered to be carrying something worse than typhoid through the slums of London.
Alone Came a Spider – Pixar's latest cute film about bugs.
The Sound of the Baskervilles – move over Von Trapp family! Here's a modern version with the latest back alley beats from the UK
Night of the Living Read – old beatniks gather one last time to drink espresso and read poetry in memory of their favorite author on the night of his passing.
The Greatest Story Ever Sold – the true story of the biggest Ponzi scheme in history as seen from the lives of the victims, the perpetrators, and the investigators who brought it crashing down.
Kiss Bill Volume One- a former assassin says goodbye to her lover on the day of her wedding
Chicano – musical about two Hispanic women trying to make it on the musical stage.
| John the OFM ||01 Oct 2014 9:16 a.m. PST|
West Side Tory. A musical about gangs of Loyalists in New York in the American Revolution. The de Lanceys can really dance!
7 Brides for 7 Frothers. Maybe if we kidnap some young women for them and get them married, they would stop causing so much trouble. I kid, I kid…
The Change of the Light Brigade. "Someone's got to go back to town and get a whole load of shillings!"
The Man who would be Kind. Two British soldiers become disciples of the Dalai Lama. Or Dalai Llama.
The Hounds of Silence. Someone gets fed up with having sincerity and angst shoved down their throats so they have their dogs attack all singer songwriter street performers. Hilarity ensues!
|Red3584||01 Oct 2014 10:16 a.m. PST|
I think someone's been listening to I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue!
|Last Hussar||01 Oct 2014 10:28 a.m. PST|
The Cave man version – I'm sorry I haven't a Club
West side Tory
|skippy0001 ||01 Oct 2014 11:23 a.m. PST|
Gone in Sloppy Seconds-a Thanksgiving tale
Dr. StrangeLove-don't go there.
The Wild Lunch-recipe show for endangered species.
The Malificent Seven-Angelina Jolie-Pitt's witchy-poo brood
Agents That Squeal-famous defections of history
The Flak List-Hot looking German female AA gunners.
I can't think now…
|Brian Bronson ||01 Oct 2014 11:29 a.m. PST|
Casa Blanca – The life of the first Mexican-born President of the USA
The Sound of Musac – Life in an elevator
Schindler's Lust – nope; I'm not explaining this one
The Silence of the Limbs – An American-Italian learns to communicate after a tragic accident leaves him a quadraplegic
Sating Private Ryan – An American paratrooper during D-Day finds a house of ill repute with a well-stocked bar
To Fill a Mockingbird – An avid birdwatcher finds out just how much his favorite bird can eat
Payton – The college years of the controversial football player, Walter Payton
Jams – When kindly old woman begins to menace the small island community of Amity with her canned preserves, the grizzled farmer's market owner sets out to stop her
The Beer Hunter – An in-depth examination of the ways a beer connoisseur's quest for the perfect ale impacts and disrupts the lives of people in a small midwest town
The Green Smile – The lives of guards on death row are forever changed after one of their charges has an encounter with a UFO
Pulp Faction – Two colorful mob hit men become entangled in a war between rival paper companies
Tax Driver – An out of work cabbie turns his car into a mobile tax preparation office
| etotheipi ||01 Oct 2014 12:41 p.m. PST|
We always said "To Fill A Mockingbird" was a novel about taxidermy…
More letters, but only changing one phenome … "Bored of the Rings". Good God, man three three-hour movies … I'll just read the book; it'll be faster.
Well, if the two letters are close on the keyboard, I might double up on the mistake and get "The Rubbing Man".
Ant in udder cases of missprache indemnity, I am afraid to drink "Logan's Rum"; I hear it's killer.
Everyone knows that "Gobzilla" is a documentary on Mick Jagger.
We learnt about the horrible underbelly of the grain refining trade by watching "Natural Born Millers" in school.
Unless its in l33tsp3@k, "Wall-3" must be the sequel to the non-existent sequel of the Pink Floyd movie.
"Star Bars" … the cantina in Mos Eiesley is just the beginning!
I think the Kardashians were profiled on the latest episode of "Lifestyles of the Bitch and Famous".
In the sequel to the famous E. B. White movie, we see the prima donna daughter of the title character's entire life in "Charlotte's Deb".
The animated psycho horror drama, "The Bobbit" includes a surprise cameo by Lorena, herself.
OK … I have to go do something now.
|zoneofcontrol ||01 Oct 2014 12:41 p.m. PST|
Band Of Brothels
A Bridge To Fart
Featherstone's Complete Warglaming
Derision In Normandy
With The Mold Breed
Red Bag Of Courage
| Parzival ||01 Oct 2014 12:43 p.m. PST|
The Men Who Stare At Gnats-- story of the world's first psychic exterminators.
O Frother, Where Art Thou? -- The stirring odyssey of an Internet ranter who gets lost after leaving his mother's basement.
|Gunfreak ||01 Oct 2014 1:17 p.m. PST|
Lie Hard a political documentray
|skippy0001 ||01 Oct 2014 7:50 p.m. PST|
Gross Encounters of the Third Kind-Alien abducted to Earth.
Big Hubble in Little China-spy satellite
Bling of New York-Christopher Walken as a Hasidic gem merchant.
True Mud-can't get better than the Muppet parody.
|tkdguy||02 Oct 2014 11:05 p.m. PST|
Jung Frankenstein – a mad scientist creates a monster and tries to psychoanalyze it.
Or how about expanding it to stuff you buy at the store?
Smoke-a-Cola – get your caffeine fix AND your tobacco fix at the same time!
|Old Slow Trot ||03 Oct 2014 6:32 a.m. PST|
|Smokey Roan ||03 Oct 2014 7:10 p.m. PST|
Planet of the Gapes
Fin, done, finished! :)
|tkdguy||03 Oct 2014 11:50 p.m. PST|
Stakes on a Plane
The Life of Brain
|BombAlleySAM ||20 Oct 2014 9:37 a.m. PST|
The Buble – Autobiography of a crooner!
|tkdguy||20 Oct 2014 5:53 p.m. PST|
East of Edam
Wart of the Worlds
|skippy0001 ||21 Oct 2014 2:38 p.m. PST|
Furry-a different sort of tank crew
|Last Hussar||22 Oct 2014 10:59 a.m. PST|
Dancing with the Stairs.
Men Behaving Baldly
We were solders
|tkdguy||23 Oct 2014 12:00 a.m. PST|
Malice in Wonderland
|tkdguy||24 Oct 2014 3:00 p.m. PST|
The Loin King
The Deep Blue Tea
|Last Hussar||25 Oct 2014 9:11 a.m. PST|
Jawas – we're gonna need a bigger sandcrawler.