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Rainbow Brite And The Star Stealer.

I wonder if that Krys character riding on the robotic horse, On-X, was Capcom's inspiration for Mega Man.

Just when I thought the New Beverly Cinema couldn't possibly get any better with their midnight movies, I find out that they are actually having a showing of Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer tonight. Clearly, no parent is going to be taking their kids to a midnight screening of the movie, so I can only expect nothing but the rowdiest of audiences to attend this event.

So the question I ask all of you is simple: Can you think of a better way to spend your Saturday midnight-and-beyond hours than in a theater with a bunch of fellow insomniacs as they laugh and yell at Rainbow Brite on the big screen? Now before you rush to answer that question, I require that you watch the following music video from the movie in its entirety:



TheVile (Guest) on 08/09/2008 6:14 am

Wow, um.

I know I wouldn't be joining in watching that. Thats far to girly and cutesy for my tastes.

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Duct Tape Ninja on 08/09/2008 6:42 am

Hmm... Interesting that they feel the need to show something spring-ish when it is nearly fall. (Just goin' from the video)

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Poxpower on 08/09/2008 6:49 am

hey that rainbow horse sort of looks like you with the long hair.


And yes I can think of a way to spend my time better: watch that movie WHILE DRINKING.

Try it


Jachel (Guest) on 08/09/2008 7:57 am

That was beautiful, I think I'm crying.

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XtinaxFan on 08/09/2008 8:08 am

Man that would be a screwed up crowd for a screwed up film. Just picture it, the stoners coming for the bright colours (like moths to light XD) and the pedos hoping for some kids. If I was going I'd take a pitchfork and torch you know to tackle society's ills while conveniently in one place.

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TheDoomThing on 08/09/2008 8:09 am

Oh sweet flaming turd.
That was the most horrifying thing i have ever seen. The minute i did watch,
was the most was strange and horrifying thing i have ever seen. And i've seen a lot of strange, stupid, (etc.) stuff im ny time. but that was horrifying. i'm sure it whould it destroy me if i watched the whole thing with speakers on.
There's your challenge. watch it all the way with speakers on to max.


SurvivalRate10 (Guest) on 08/09/2008 8:41 am

Okay, it hurts. But, at 12:00 in the morning, in a large room full of who the Hell knows who, that could be entertaining. Or even more sick and horrifying as my mind conforms the beautiful rainbow pony into I don't want to think about it.


Gourry (Guest) on 08/09/2008 9:15 am

"Good morning! Um... why are all of you in my bedroom staring at me?"

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Doctor_Who on 08/09/2008 9:16 am

I agree with the drinking comment. In fact, that movie could make a wonderful drinking game. Take a sip every time something so cute happens that it actually could make a rainbow puke. I guarantee that an ambulance will have to be summoned for you by the end of the first half hour.

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BigMac500 on 08/09/2008 9:48 am

Boy that made me feel like my life is worthless...I don't get any magic ponies or rainbows or flying turds every morning.

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Miroslav208 on 08/09/2008 9:54 am

Seriously, when you first asked the question, I was thinking of a bunch of stupid stuff I could do. Then, I watched that, and no, nothing could be better.


TheRyno665 (Guest) on 08/09/2008 10:04 am

You know, I have no problems with a talking horse that has rainbow hair. But when it started singing, I immediately got creeped out.

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Tetsu Deinonychus on 08/09/2008 10:28 am

When Chris Nolan made Batman Begins, they say he made everyone watch Blade Runner and said "this is how we're going to do Batman".

Someday, when I become the next Batman director, I'll make everyone watch Rainbow Brite and say "this is how we're going to do Batman"!

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paulunga on 08/09/2008 10:36 am

Ahh, -RoG-. You sure love your superlatives. Yes, I can think of better ways to spend my Saturday night. That's still awesome though.

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Roggs on 08/09/2008 10:45 am


The only conceivable reason I could think to watch a feature-length version of that would be to see utterly terrible things happen to all of those cheerful little fuckers, and their horse friend, too.

Children should not be allowed to watch such things. This will destroy their souls and stunt their mental, emotional, and probably physical growth. (At which point, I hypothesize they will become the glittery, gleeful midgets depicted in the video. A never-ending cycle of God-slighting abomination.)

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Roggs on 08/09/2008 10:46 am

Also, why is Megaman riding a flying chess piece on the cover?

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Protoclown on 08/09/2008 10:48 am

Dude, that video is what it's like inside my head all the time.

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Colonel Flagg on 08/09/2008 11:14 am

Uuuuuh, Oooooookay ....

I'd have to be really, REALLY drunk to be roped into paying money to see this. Personally, I'd be worried about anyone who would want to see this without alcohol being involved in some way.

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GreenPeaness on 08/09/2008 12:14 pm

Damn it, I think I've seen this movie before - Eons ago, in the before times on the Disney Channel. But using that as a segway, you know what always creeped me out as a kid? One of the Care Bear movies, or maybe THE Care Bear movie where the bad guy sent 2 idiot henchmen to extract some kind of venom from a fat venus flytrap-type plant. They ended up impaling it on a pickaxe and leaving the plant screaming while gushing fluid. What in the hell?

Speaking of the old Disney Channel, who remembers that one cartoon where Goofy was going to commit suicide for not winning an Oscar? Hand of God I saw that. I think all the classic character were up for an Oscar for various clips from their old serials, and Mickey beat out Goofy. Goofy leaves the ceremony and ends up on some cliffs overlooking the oceanspray. As the waves break on the rocks they're slowly whispering "do it". But oh! Intrigue! Mickey realizes there's been a miscount and rushes out to give Goofy the good news that he's actually won. He ends up finding Goofy right as he's about to jump, but the sea is angry my friend! The waves grab his leg and try to pull him down, angrily gargling "He's ours!"

Ah, fond memories of youth.

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GreenPeaness on 08/09/2008 12:15 pm

That might've been the My Little Pony movie I was thinking of with the venus flytrap-type plant scene. I forget. I do remember it was something gay.


i-bobbery (Guest) on 08/09/2008 12:29 pm

Aye, I can only think of the sorts that will attend such a screening ARGGGGH! (pirate shudder)

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Silver on 08/09/2008 12:44 pm

They can't fool me. That horse represents the latest incarnation of evil in this world.


Birdmeat (Guest) on 08/09/2008 1:41 pm

Ow god I remember this movie. Me and my sister once saw it when we where little, and I think we even have a picture book of it somewhere.Also, you can't find better bad guys then Murky and Lurky...Murky had a great bad guy voice with his ill sounding ''hehehehehe'' laugh.It has rope eating robots that fire beams at those fluffy guys and I also recall something with lizard people.It screwed me up...bad...


Birdmeat (Guest) on 08/09/2008 1:46 pm

Oh and the chess piece horse thing CAN TALK with some bad ass metallic voice.


gamingasshole (Guest) on 08/09/2008 2:22 pm

What the hell was that?

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Yaanu on 08/09/2008 2:34 pm

Now, if that rainbow horse made its way into bestiality (with a muzzle of course), would it spew rainbow juices?


cranium_bear (Guest) on 08/09/2008 2:46 pm

DUDE! thats why i want to have a theatre! so i can show all the old cartoon movies! transformers, g.i.joe all of them! and charge a lot less for snaks

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captain516 on 08/09/2008 3:51 pm

Sure, I'd watch it. But only if I'm drunk and/or stoned.


Wolfman-Al (Guest) on 08/09/2008 3:58 pm

Sweet flaming Zombie-Jesus of Sumatra on a broken mountain bike!
This video shows exactly all what was wrong with the Eighties. I mean what the hell? The people who made this insanity clearly think of children as retards. Okay, most kids are retards, but stuff like that is resposible for that!.
I recommend that you drop acid before you go there and you´ll have a hell of a trip.
Or a hell of a horror, whatever. It will be interesting anyway.

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captain516 on 08/09/2008 3:59 pm

By the way, I don't mind saying that's a pretty damn cool rocket horse that what's-his-name is riding on. Just paint the pink parts red and you can strike terror in the hearts of thousands.

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Viteh on 08/09/2008 5:08 pm

Hey -RoG-, remember that rainbow puke contest you held some time ago? I believe this may be the reason why they are puking.

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Silver on 08/09/2008 5:44 pm

Who's that small and furry bastard with rainbow legs and star pointed antennae? I remember having a plush toy of a similar creature when I was a very young kid. The main difference is that mine hadorange hair instead of white.

I still think that horse is evil.

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Viteh on 08/09/2008 6:06 pm

I wonder how is it that their little necks can withstand the weight of their HUMONGOUS heads.


Harry (Guest) on 08/09/2008 6:58 pm

Gah, so many rainbows!

Did that blue kid have some sort of disability? He didn't sound quite right...


J-Machine (Guest) on 08/09/2008 9:42 pm

I wish I could join in on that man but I'm way up north in Canada. Tis a shame.


Jay-Tee (Guest) on 08/09/2008 10:09 pm

I want to live in Los Angeles now.

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Jonny#5 on 08/09/2008 10:44 pm

I was going to say, "It looks cute enough to make a rainbow puke" but Viteh beat me to the I-Mockery reference.


Shawn_the_Donut (Guest) on 08/09/2008 11:14 pm

I never watched Rainbow Brite. It was My Little Pony and Moon Dreamers for me. I can still, to this day, remember every story vividly.

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Redem on 08/09/2008 11:16 pm

I think that video gave me diabetes

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Copper on 08/09/2008 11:19 pm

Wow. Being a girl, I was all about Rainbow Brite in my youth, but I really don't remember the movie all that much. I remember watching it at some point in my life, just as I saw Transformers, GI Joe, and My Little Pony, but dang. Yeah, that's a scary thing.

Although I think I remember the little fuzzy guys being called Sprites, but that's about it...

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DALI-II on 08/10/2008 12:12 am

Better way:
Get stoned. It'll be 100000 times funnier.

This makes me happy i was not born in the 80's.


Peter (Guest) on 08/10/2008 1:13 am

more like acid to do

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Scorpio1976 on 08/10/2008 1:49 am

Jachel (Guest) on 08/09/2008 7:57 am wrote:

That was beautiful, I think I'm crying.


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greenimp on 08/10/2008 3:45 am

i think you have to be stoned to truely appreciae what the artist meant

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Pretzel on 08/10/2008 5:02 am

...did she call that fuzzy little bastard "twink"?

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rise1revolt1 on 08/10/2008 6:48 am

when will this be out on dvd?? I'll hold one of my 'true horror movie' fests


VaporTrailX1 (Guest) on 08/10/2008 12:08 pm

It probably wouldn't be too bad if you switched out the soundtrack with nothing but Rush songs.

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Jaimas on 08/10/2008 2:36 pm

Way back when the Transformers movie came out and I was little, my brother refused to rent it - even when I was paying for it. He would always rent this fucking movie instead. It's not that this is a bad movie, but this ceased to be funny the first 12 times he did it.

You've encouraged me to hunt him down and put a bullet in his head. Congratulations.


Ryan (Guest) on 08/10/2008 3:56 pm


You should have wrote those lyrics down and passed out copies. A mass sing a long would have been fun. Could have Rehearsed a dance number, take your song into the streets.


Simba (Guest) on 08/10/2008 5:03 pm

Oh my fucking god. That's the only thing that I thought after seeing that shit (shit meaning the music video). I think I should go see a therapist, because that video (combined with the music) has scarred me for life, even though I saw it only once. If the meaning of that video was to get people happy and joyful, I think they accomplished their goal in a way. But if we are being honest here, I think the meaning of that video is to get people insane. At least that's the way I felt after watching it. I wonder how the people who will be seeing that movie will turn out in the future of their lives?


Darren Spooner (Guest) on 08/10/2008 5:44 pm

I think it's amazing that you actually have gay people in America. You know, what with the extremely heterosexual viewing material you provide your children and all.

Seriously, we recently hosted the European Pride Festival here in Stockholm - and that was incomparably much straighter than this. I mean... I mean... you know what I mean.

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Ronin S on 08/10/2008 6:23 pm

One of my friends likes Rainbow Brite and Strawberry Shortcake (original from the 80's), she'd probably pay $$$ to see this.

Myself, let me down some serious booze first, then we'll talk.


Yo (Guest) on 08/10/2008 6:42 pm

Man I know I'll have nightmares with that horse.
I just know it.
And I only see the video to the part it started singing.

..I'm ok now. I hope.


Shnizzuggah (Guest) on 08/10/2008 8:06 pm

Oh man... I think my gonads retreated really deep. Lungs deep...

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resident-adam on 08/10/2008 11:55 pm

Mega-Man on the Chess piece.. striking fear into terrorists everywhere!


False Idol (Guest) on 08/11/2008 12:40 am

The horse kinda reminds me of Stewie of Familly Gu, in fact this whole thing could be redone by Family Guy. That kid in blue working out could be done by Chris easily . . .

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g_tonttu on 08/11/2008 1:36 am

such poetry.

"Wake up flowers...I've been up for hours"

I must go puke rainbows.

Ps. Something just hit me...I've never heard of this movie or series...and still I every night I wish my GF pleasant dreams of Unicorns pooping rainbows.... Wierd coinsidence?

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the Platinum Poppy on 08/11/2008 1:54 am

I remember watching a Rainbow Brite movie as a kid. It was her origin story, how she and her horse became all rainbowy and got their special rainbow powers. I don't remember liking it that much, but neither did it make me sick... I was pretty used to that kind of thing as a kid.
But as an adult, it's impossible to watch all those rainbows everywhere without thinking of the gay movement... Certainly they had the rainbow as their symbol in the eighties too?


Kikuchuu (Guest) on 08/11/2008 2:23 am

i dig the token black chick...

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Aduross on 08/11/2008 7:17 am


I would so go watch that. But first I'd have to have been awake for at least 20 hours or so I could work up a nice "Holy-Shit-I-Need-To-Go-Sleep" buzz. It would be amazing.


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Misty (Guest) on 08/11/2008 5:54 pm

Ah, you gotta love 80's children sexism. Even though it was (supposibly) Ok for girls to watch Transformers or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, it totally wasn't. Girls were not allowed to like anything remotely cool, or action-y. Rather we'd be berated and have to end up watching...this. Or My Lil Pony. Bleh.

Anyways, you should go see this RoG. Seriously, this deserves getting mocked. Or go for the sheer entertainment of the other moviegoers. It'd really be halarious if someone actually does take their kid to this movie, and find it packed full of stoners and possible pedo's. Seriously, you can't pass up such entertainment values.

To an earlier comment by GreenPeaness-That was, indeed, the My Lil Pony movie. My older sister made me watch it a LOT when I was little, and I mean A LOT. I was always "what the fuck" about that scene as well. Why in the world in the middle of such a girly girl movie do they have scene with two incompetent witches who fight and kill a plant monster? I wouldn't see it coming, even in a (awesome) aimed-at-guys movie.

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Pentegarn on 08/11/2008 6:37 pm

What i found most odd was that at first I was totally repulsed, then about 2 minutes in, I was thinking, "OK, I suppose I can tolerate this". Then, by the end, I was repulsed again. In conclusion, this was a real emotional roller coaster for me RoG

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Kitsunexus on 08/12/2008 1:15 am

I would so be there, but I'm like a zillion miles away.

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Kitsunexus on 08/12/2008 1:20 am



I am a GENIUS.

And an asshole. >=D

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RationalDementia on 08/12/2008 1:28 am

I would have to travel back in time to a time when I still smoked pot, and then I would have to ingest every ounce of reefer that I'd ever had in my entire life before I could watch more than three minutes of that movie without gouging my eyes out and choking myself with them.

Just saying....not my thing.


James Rolfe Kicks Ass (Guest) on 08/12/2008 2:01 am

This movie is rated F for Fuckballs

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OxBlood on 08/12/2008 2:06 am

A horse.

a horse with a star on it´s head

a horse with a star on it´s head and rainbow-colored hair.

a horse with a star on it´s head and rainbow-colored hair that sings.

These are all of the components of doom.

I watched it without sound and I am pretty sure that is, what saved my life.

Don´t they know these things can kill a grown man? What are they thinking?

I think I have to smash a puppy or two, that really wasn´t very nice RoG *choking*

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HowardC on 08/12/2008 4:09 am

They need to play it backwards to reveal the Satanic messages.

I'll throw in my horse joke since everybody else did:

"So Mr. Ed finally came out of the closet"


No, the 80's probably had the BEST cartoons for children. If you want to see the worst, I direct you to crap like Dora The Explorer, Barney and Friends, The wiggles, ect... beause not only do those shows insult the viewers intelligence, but they are supposed to be educational.

Educational? Did I learn any spanish words? NO. Did I learn about sharing, or bad-touching or my ABC's or numbers or anything cool? Hell NO! Quite frankly there are three educational shows.... Seasame Street, Mr. Rogers, and G.I. Joe... all others are pandering crap!

So now you know, and knowing is half the battle!


Russ (Guest) on 08/12/2008 7:35 am

chances are if its mid80's/mid90's tv a watchins, im in.


Fauna (Guest) on 08/12/2008 11:56 am


To be honest, I never really liked Rainbow Brite, even in my earliest youth. She always had a face that said "I'm going to claw my way out of the TV and eat you".

On the poster: Looks like Speed Racer got his own jet horse thing!


John Edwards (Guest) on 08/12/2008 11:58 am

This is a good movie to go and see with my mistress.

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Dungeonbrownies on 08/12/2008 3:52 pm

Because you posted it, I was compelled to watch it. even when it made me start to feel so damn sick. thanks alot Rog.

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-RoG- on 08/13/2008 12:15 am

I must report that I was indeed offered various hallucinogens while waiting in the (hilariously) long line to get into Rainbow Brite. So those of you who thought that was the only way to watch the movie apparently weren't alone.

Even though I didn't partake in said hallucinogens, the movie was still indeed completely insane and I highly recommend seeing it with a large group of people. I'll say this about it - I don't know why they needed Rainbow Brite or Krys to help save the day. That black robotic horse, On-X saved there asses on like 3 or 4 different occasions. I think he should've killed them all and then saved the universe on his own. Then again, the script for this movie was so completely ridiculous, it's amazing the reel of film didn't set itself on fire in an act of rebellion.,

The most awesome thing about seeing it is the kid who was the voice of Krys, David Mendenhall, was on hand to talk about it. More importantly, however, is that he's the same kid who played the role of the ultra-whiny Michael Cutler in Over The Top! Weird seeing him all grown up... but he was cool about it and also talked about doing voices for G.I. Joe and The Transformers. Man, was he one hell of a lucky kid or what?

Also, it amuses me to no end that I've introduced so many of you to the undeniable horror that is the animated music video for "Brand New Day". Don't fret... your retinas will make a full recovery... it just may take a few years.

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Jaimas on 08/13/2008 12:51 am

I still need to murder my brother for his duplicity as I mentioned earlier. However, this is not RoG's fault.

I still find it fairly amusing that old 80s cartoons can dredge up memories so clearly, though. I wonder if any of you have had similar?

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Viteh on 08/13/2008 3:19 am

This is why being sent to your room was a really awful punishment back in the day, because since many of us didn't have a NES and we only had like 3 or 4 channels which showed pure crap, there was a high probability you would just wind up watching something like this on the VCR.

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the Platinum Poppy on 08/13/2008 7:36 am

Viteh, so you had a VCR of your own as a kid? HA! When I was six or seven or something like that, our family got our first VCR, to go with the one TV that was standing proudly in the living room. Except for videotapes you could watch either channel 1 or channel 2 on the TV, and they DID show cartoons time to time, but not too often. I think we watched so much crap, like Rainbow Brite and stuff, because the VCR was so cool in itself so you'd happily watch anything on it.

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Dungeonbrownies on 08/13/2008 3:06 pm

PLatinum Poppy I can top that.

my tv h ad knobs AND i had on the side a betamax player.

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Viteh on 08/13/2008 3:25 pm

Platinum Poppy

Remember those old remote controls that looked like this:

(*remote image was disabled, had to remove it from this comment*)


bigfishmarc (Guest) on 08/13/2008 4:41 pm

Oh my god,
SPider-man and Ranbow brite both had a "Brand New Day" :()


Fast Eddy (Guest) on 08/14/2008 1:45 am

When i was a child our family had a Betamax, which was the superior model over the VHS format, believe it or not. Advertising won the day over tech but thats an entirely other thing.

Anyway, It had a remote control on a wire which we all thought was pretty incredible.

Since i haven't commented on this movie yet, i'll just share the memory of hating Rainbow brite with every ounce of my being due to my sister being obsessed with her/it. but i think i actually went and saw this in the theater with my entire family because the introduction of that robotic black horse compelled me to.

Now i look back and think how i fell right into their trap. DAMN YOU MARKETING!!!

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Jesse S. on 08/14/2008 10:15 am

Damn, I think I'm diabetic now. But at least you had a good time at the movie, right?


Vjbseven (Guest) on 08/14/2008 12:51 pm

I used to have a Rainbow Brite doll. One day she got left out in the sun and developed permanent white spots all over her body. Kind of freaked me out at the time.


Hungarican Chick (Guest) on 08/14/2008 1:23 pm

::wipes some flecks of vomit from her lips::

Yeah. Thanks for that.

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McFly on 08/14/2008 1:25 pm

Here is an interesting fact that may scare you all:

Peter Cullen (Mr. Optimus Prime himself) voiced the characters Murky, Monstromurk, as well as acting as narrator.

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Invisible on 08/14/2008 7:31 pm

Oh my god, I'm a girl and even I hated Rainbow Bright as a kid. *shudder*

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McFly on 08/14/2008 10:42 pm

You gotta love how all of the Rainbow kids (or whatever they are called) are staring at Rainbow Brite in a creepy, unsettling way while chanting the song. If I did not know any better, I would say that these kids personally knew “he who walks behind the rows” if you catch my drift.


cyberwolf (Guest) on 08/15/2008 7:04 am

Following a nuclear war the only movie left for the cockroaches to watch would be this vile,disgusting pile of monkey droppings

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JakeOfAllTrades on 08/15/2008 7:04 am

Man I missed out on Rainbow Brite because I was born in 1990, the only cartoons we had as kids was Pokemon and Dragonball Z. Not that Rainbow Brite was anywhere near as traumatising as you claimed it was in that video, though I do imagine that while stoned it is a disturbing experience...


fat rodman (Guest) on 08/15/2008 11:52 am

that was insanely perve. i feel unclean after watching that.

p.s. i think the blue is mentally challenged


Benmark (Guest) on 08/15/2008 1:00 pm

Pretty faggy, guys.


Hyperactivehyena (Guest) on 08/15/2008 2:29 pm

I.... I think I was just hypnotized.

Jaw clenched, eyes crossed, shoulders locked, I couldn't look away if someone offered me a giant cake made of money and sex.

I havn't been tis way since that remixed McDonalds commercial from Japan...


Dishwashaaaa (Guest) on 08/15/2008 9:55 pm

uh wow, I tried watching it cuz i stumbled across it on youtube.
It made me want to listen to 10 hours of Dimmu Borgir (and I don't even like em).
It's mesmerizing.
I can't imagine sitting in a theater watching this movie at midnight.


alli-hater (Guest) on 08/15/2008 10:03 pm

midnight movie showing of this? more like, terrorist interrogation method #334. lol


Sakata (Guest) on 08/16/2008 3:34 am

I've actually got that movie on DVD [it's been out of print since 2004].

I was a big Rainbow Brite freak as a kid, and as an adult I've been collecting what I can on DVD as part of a retro kick.

You're only as old as you feel, folks!


Laser Potato (Guest) on 08/18/2008 2:07 pm

This is the first Western animated film I can remember with a strong anime influence.


Mr. Stab (Guest) on 08/19/2008 9:56 pm

What?! Genetic engineering now allows for multicoloured horse hair?? Bright purple for the beard please, doc!


penis monster (Guest) on 08/23/2008 11:09 pm

I can't believe I used to jack off to this movie.


Ferum (Guest) on 08/30/2008 7:47 pm

I liked the horse, he was such of an asshole.

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Geminate on 09/01/2008 9:22 pm

You actually do live in Los Angeles...I feel sorry for you.

There's work to do! Oh no, those must be the worst words on Earth, especially when you just wake up.

I suppose if you are some sort of latent pedophile this is your type of movie.


Britton Learnard (Guest) on 09/02/2008 2:16 am

How many suicides is this movie responsible for, or better yet, how many natural deaths? I can't imagine this movie being very good for diabetics.


Britton Learnard (Guest) on 09/02/2008 3:58 am

Also I did a little research and evidence points to the fact that Rainbow Brite is none other than Pestilence, one of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse. Here is unbiased proof:


RandomPersona (Guest) on 09/28/2008 9:24 am

Wow. I am so glad that I prefered guy's kids shows when I was a kid. If I had laid eyes and that crap when I was young, I'd be messed up right now.

Pestilence *snicker*


RandomPersona (Guest) on 09/28/2008 9:38 am

On second thought, the video is quite amusing when played with the song 'Boom boom boom' listed on iTunes by Countdown Mix Masters. Most of all if you start the song about halfway through the video., take my hand, I'll be your lover tonight...I want you in my room, let's spend the night together-- together in my room.~


Voos Low Cost (Guest) on 10/09/2008 10:30 am

This is so cute! Hehe


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Goatboy (Guest) on 03/29/2009 1:24 am

Link to my long winded explanation on how utterly badass Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer is, over on Blaster Master Underground:

Oh, yes, I like it. Call me gay if you want. This movie was a huge chunk of fried awesome.

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