So I was browsing through Amazon.com's selection of holiday classics on DVD which has everything from Frosty the Snowman and Lassie's Christmas Stories to A Christmas Carol and Jingle All The Way (the last of which I'm still waiting for a sequel), but imagine my surprise when I found something that really didn't belong there.
Right in the middle of page two of their "Holiday Classics" was none other than MANIAC COP. If this wasn't intentionally done by an employee with a good sense o' humor, that's gotta be one of the greatest screw-ups I've seen on their site over the years. The awesomely enormous face of Robert Z'Dar must have an equally enormous smile today.
Maybe next year they'll feature I Spit On Your Grave as a holiday classic too. From this day forth, I'm trusting Amazon.com with all of my holiday DVD recommendations.
MEK (Guest) on 11/15/2007 5:29 pm
Orastella (Guest) on 11/15/2007 8:42 pm
That is friggen hilarious.
Dwight Frye (Guest) on 11/15/2007 9:05 pm
Funny you should mention that.....me and my friends watch I Spit On Your Grave every Christmas Eve.
Aks (Guest) on 11/15/2007 10:50 pm
Gremlins should be on that list! I demand it! :(
ico (Guest) on 11/16/2007 8:57 am
Hey, it is a fucking classic, it even has Bruce Campbell in it. LOVE IT!!!
J. T. pednaud (Guest) on 11/16/2007 11:37 am
Actually, looking at the Amazon product page, I see that is is paired with (if you like A, get B at a lower combined price) with Christmas Evil.
I met Z'Dar a couple year back at some convention. Super, super nice guy. A group of us sought shelter under his chin when it began to rain.
shannon (Guest) on 11/17/2007 3:45 pm
bruce campbell alwys makes the holidays better. and funny enough, my brother actually gave me this dvd for xmas last year.
RADIX (Guest) on 11/18/2007 9:14 pm
Ho ho HO, now. Perhaps Amazon isn't too far off with their choice of Maniac Cop for the holidays--come last-minute Christmas shopping time (because NO ONE seems to have the sense to stock up in the autumn months anymore), stores nationwide need to hire plenty of Maniac Cops to make sure they're still standing after the 24th. Crazed mobs can do that to the understructure of your kiosk, you know.
MSJ (Guest) on 01/04/2008 4:00 am
If that can be there, why the hell isn't Die Hard? At least that was set around Christmas.
Cat (Guest) on 09/02/2008 10:17 am
My grandpa started a tradition of watching Die Hard as a Christmas movie.
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