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Submitted by Crazay 537d ago | trailer

Friedberg and Seltzer are Back with Spoof The Starving Games

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Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the duo behind such films as Scary Movie, Meet the Spartans and Vampires Suck, are back with another spoof comedy, The Starving Games, available as a digital download, Blu-ray and DVD on November 14 from Ketchup Entertainment. You can check out the trailer and poster below the synopsis. (Blu-ray, The Starving Games, VOD)

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Crazay  +   538d ago
Dear lord....really?
darklordzor  +   537d ago
Oh god..Seriously. These types of spoofs are always so horrible and far from funny. Who in the world keeps giving them money to make movies!
Crazay  +   537d ago
Scary movie was good for the first 2.
darklordzor  +   537d ago
Yeah, but those are long past now, and any goodwill from them are surely gone.
Crazay  +   537d ago
True...I think that if the Wayans were to get back involved with the Scary Movie series again, they might be able to save it but yea...this looks ridiculously bad.

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