PREVIEW: “Bending The Rules”

Oh, dear, do we have a doozy for you, ScreenTeam. Next Wednesday, the gang unpacks this gem of a buddy-cop movie, Bending The Rules, starring everyone’s favorite ultimate opportunist reeking of awesomeness — EDGE! This one’s sure to be an OTVS classic (c’mon, guys — Jamie Kennedy!), so grab your kazoo, get your five-second pose ready, and watch the trailer here, or — if you’re brave — check out the FULL MOVIE on YouTube!

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Episode 07: “Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery!”

In episode seven of On This Very Screen, the ScreenTeam (sans Annie — get well soon, dear!) and the addition of mega-hilarious Comic Vine podcaster, Corey Schroeder, join forces with Mystery Incorporated to solve the case of the Fiery-Ghost-Bear! Alright, lame name for a monster, but hey — this fearsome bastard’s out to ruin WrestleMania, and it’s up to Scoob and the gang to solve the case! Among other burning questions — when did Vince McMahon become the leader of his own city? Why does Sin Cara speak in Spanish acoustic guitar? And what does any of this have to do with lesbian Sailor Scouts?! All this and more when Paolo, Marc, and Corey buckle up for Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery!

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Did You Know? Recognize the voice of Shaggy? Of course you did! Reprising the role from both the live-action movies and Mystery Inc.’s newest cartoon — Be Cool, Scooby-Doo — is the Cereal Killer, himself, Matthew Lillard! Still missing the braided pigtails, bruh. You slippin’.

PREVIEW: “Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery”

Zoinks, ScreenTeam! With another off-week here at OTVS, the crew has been hard at work in the Mystery Machine trying to solve the case of our next episode: Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery. It’s a veritable grab bag of WWE’s biggest superstars mixed with our favorite team of stoner detectives — what could possibly go wrong?!

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Episode 06: “The Condemned”

Swaggering into the spotlight of On This Very Screen’s sixth episode is the Texas Rattlesnake, himself, Stone Cold Steve Austin, with rated-R action-thriller, The Condemned! Are you a fan of heavy-handed social commentary? Plodding fight scenes? Rob Hoffman from f*cking Suits?! Then you’ve hit the jackpot as the gang is joined by stand-up comedian, Dash Kwiatkowski, to discuss squandered death scenes,  the movie’s unhealthy fascination with sexual assault, and what happens when characters are literally more developed on your Wiki page than in the actual film.  Buckle up, ’cause this one’s an absolute riot!

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Did You Know? Bah Gawd, Stone Cold wasn’t originally cast as main protagonist, Jack Conrad, but rather British SAS agent-turned-psychopath, Ewan McStarley. Yeah. The Vinnie Jones character. Christ, almighty, what we would do to hear the “Austin 3:16” quote in an English accent…