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Least Popular Holiday Movie Titles

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Okay, stolen directly from The Edge…

The Six Least Popular Holiday Movie Titles:

1. “Miracle Whip on 34th Street”

2. “Frosty the Ex-Girlfriend”

3. “Jihad All the Way”

4. “Silent but Deadly Night”**

5. “Prancer II: Pass the Steak Sauce”

6. “Dude, Where’s My Sleigh?”

Any to add?

-Perk

**I have actually watched a movie (above) called “Silent Night, Deadly Night,” many years ago with one of our intrepid readers. Not a high point in motion picture history. BTW, this is the first in a series of FIVE movies! (and, no…I have NOT seen all five…)

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7 thoughts on “Least Popular Holiday Movie Titles

  1. The Munchkin King on said:

    A real movie, it was on cable last year… “Santa’s Slay” with Bill Goldberg.

    If you think I’m lying check out: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0393685/

    It was so bad I had to change the channel… And Perry can attest I can sit through some pretty bad movies…

  2. Mr. E. Nigma on said:

    “Miracle Whip on 34th Street”? Sounds like something you’d find on Cinemax.

  3. The Munchkin King on said:

    How about…

    “Frosty the Psycho: A Snowman’s Revenge”

    or…

    “Rudolf the red nosed boxer”

  4. Mr. E. Nigma on said:

    It’s obviously a slow work day…

    Here are my submissions:

    The Elves Strike Back

    White Christmas: The Pablo Escobar Story

    A Griswold Family Christmas Reunion

    8 Crazy Nights: The Gary Busey Memoirs

    All I Want for Christmas: Starring Paris Hilton
    90 minutes of Guchi Bags, MOMO Shoes, and other rediculous stuff no one else on the planet can buy. Co-Starring Nicole Ritchie, Jessica Simpson, The Olson Twins, ‘Lil Bow-wow, and Hanson!

    The Dirty Dozen – True story of Santa’s elite strike team that delivers presents the worlds toughest targets including: Gitmo, Kim Jong Il, maximum security prisons, Howard Hughes, and anyone living under the communist dictatorship of a blue state.

  5. “All I Want for Christmas: Starring Paris Hilton”

    Dude…that was beautiful.

    -Perk

  6. Acerbic Villain on said:

    “Rudolph the brown nose reindeer.”

    Synopsis: Rudolph spends most of his time complimenting people he figures can help his career. Finally, he pisses off the wrong guy and learns a valuable lesson in honesty. Rated R for brief frontal nudity.

    Yah I made that up.

    – AV

  7. AV-

    So what you’re saying is…

    ““Rudolph the brown nose reindeer,
    made a very tasty stew…”

    -Perk

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