A Movie Drinking Game for John Dies at the End
- Someone talks about Soy Sauce, the hottest new drug of choice/alien overlord. This movie just proves that kids will get high off ANYTHING.
- A character is clairvoyant (e.g., can see into the future or read minds). Soy Sauce has long been used as an inexpensive way to induce clairvoyance. How do you think they make fortune cookies?
- You see Bark Lee doing some grade-A dog acting!
- Our pal David Wong (a.k.a. Chase Williamson) conveys horror, confusion, or existential perplexitude with his own brand of eye acting -- eyes wide and shocked, lower lids raised. Cats get the same expression when they enter a room and find someone new sitting on the couch.
- You see a monster! OK, so "monster" might be a bit harsh. But we're not sure what else to call, e.g., a man made entirely out of frozen meats.
- David Wong gets a freaky phone call. I've had some strange late-night calls in my day, but nobody's ever asked me to steal their dead body for them.
- A character seems skeptical. Sure, you'd be skeptical too until you saw, say, your own corpse in the trunk of some guy's car.
- Someone waxes existential and ponders the classic questions of life, such as "When you hear a song on the radio, where is the song?" I think we all know the answer to that one.
- FINISH YOUR BEER for grotesque cartoon arachnicide!
- FINISH YOUR HOT DOG when you see the awesome hot dog cell phone! At $3, it's a lot cheaper than an iPhone and tastes better, too.
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