It’s funny cuz her name isn’t really Mertle.
This piece is composed of sounds from the Spielberg classic film ‘Hook’, a sine wave bass, and a few cymbals for extra spice.
Music only version:
It is 09:09:09 on 09/09/09.
September has 9 letters. Wednesday has 9 letters.
It’s the 252nd day of the year, added together that equals 9!
10 years ago on 9/9/99 was even Ninier.
Here’s the FX version of Samuel L. Jackson’s famous line from Snakes on a Plane where “mother f@#king” is replaced with “Monday-to-Friday.”
Video for my track ‘Scrumdiddlyumptious’. The track is composed of a sine wave bass, original percussion, and sounds recorded from the candy man scene in ‘Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory’.
Not since “Snakes on a Plane” or “Alien vs. Predator” has that question seemed quite so urgent. The trailer’s a cult hit online, and no wonder. There’s no middle ground here, people: This is either a masterpiece of movie-monster cheese or a concept so dreadful that the negative should be seized and incinerated. The fact that the stars are Lorenzo Lamas and Debbie “Shake Your Love” Gibson points towards the latter, but how bad can a movie be that features a shark attacking an airplane? Verdict: It’s the “Citizen Kane” of giant octopus movies.
Impress some girl with your vast knowledge of Twilight Vampire-love book series by pretending you read every one of them and thoroughly enjoyed every page when really you just skimmed over these cribbed notes with this awesome 1 paragraph summary of each book in the Twilight series. Woot!
Don’t be fooled by this trailer that actually makes the movie version look cool: