What is it?
A feature-length satire of all three Lord of the Rings movies. That's almost an hour of funny!


Is it Stupid?
It's not a bunch of guys dressed up in bedsheets trying to be Gandalf, if that's what you mean. The video is actually from the original movies (with Viggo and Orlando and all) just with new voices. And we used a half decent mic to record our jokes, so you can hear all the funny! There's also a pretty cool original soundtrack, with sing-alongs and everything! But yeah, it's pretty stupid.

Who's in it?
Why, the entire cast of the original films! Only this time, they have new voices! Supplied by one man: the multi-talented John Davey.

How Long is it?
Short Answer: An Hour.

Long Answer:
* 54 minutes and 15 seconds long including the awesome credits.
* The commentary track runs the entire length of the movie and we talk the entire time!
* There's a 2 minute trailer.
* And a 2 minute music video for "I'm in love with an Alien".

What about the rest of those movie-nerd stats?
* 4:3 Aspect Ratio (not widescreen) Should we say thin screen?
* Professionally Made DVDs! None of that home-burn crap. Ours are made by CopyCatsMedia.


Are the Special Features dumb?
We'll be honest, they're not as funny as the movie. Cause, let's face it, the movie is just plain boss. We're not going to try to sell you with "interactive menu screens!" or "cast profiles!" like some of those cheap DVDs do! You can actually find almost all of the special features on YouTube. There's a trailer, a music video with a cheap alien mask, and a commentary track by John and Laura Beth. Only the commentary track is DVD-only right now. The only reason to get this awesome DVD is so you can have this hilarious movie in higher quality. Plus interactive menus!

Do we really hate the movies?
They say that to make fun of something you have to love it, but then again you could always just hate it. Truth is, we tried very hard to like LOTR but found it was an exclusive community (of about 50 billion) and that no questions of any kind were permitted in their ranks. We went from forum to forum simply asking 'What does the ring do?' and got back harsh replies that told us that if we weren't smart enough to like LOTR we should just go watch car chases and explosions and stuff since that's all we could understand. So we said sure, and popped in T-2 for the 400th time. But we also decided to make this movie, for all those out there who wanted to question this phenomenon, but were being silenced by the crowds.

Did we read the books?
Hell no.