History Main / PutneySwopePanic

16th Oct '15 4:33:14 AM jormis29
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* ''[[http://lunopolis.com/ Lunopolis]]'', a 2009 sci-fi {{Mockumentary}}, consists of one part standard, shaky FoundFootage of guys with cameras investigating creepy things, and two parts talking heads explaining a convoluted theory of time travel, the nature of an ancient conspiracy (from the future!), and the New Age theology of a ChurchOfHappyology [[spoiler: that just so happens to NOT be a fraud]].
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* ''[[http://lunopolis.com/ Lunopolis]]'', ''Film/{{Lunopolis}}'', a 2009 sci-fi {{Mockumentary}}, consists of one part standard, shaky FoundFootage of guys with cameras investigating creepy things, and two parts talking heads explaining a convoluted theory of time travel, the nature of an ancient conspiracy (from the future!), and the New Age theology of a ChurchOfHappyology [[spoiler: that just so happens to NOT be a fraud]].
16th Oct '15 3:45:38 AM Morgenthaler
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Added namespaces.
* Well, obviously, first place goes to [[PutneySwope the eponymous 1969...]] ''whatever it is''... * Unsurprisingly, DavidLynch's ''LostHighway''; true, while the term wasn't applied to the film orally, the movie poster was shown alongside the former and next example during Sloan's definition reading.
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* Well, obviously, first place goes to [[PutneySwope ''Film/PutneySwope'', the eponymous 1969...]] 1969... ''whatever it is''... * Unsurprisingly, DavidLynch's ''LostHighway''; Creator/DavidLynch's ''Film/LostHighway''; true, while the term wasn't applied to the film orally, the movie poster was shown alongside the former and next example during Sloan's definition reading.

* The "strange, anonymous fear" [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werner_Herzog Werner Herzog]] intended to inflict upon whoever managed to sit through the "goddamn mess" (again, a Sloan quote) that was ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Son,_My_Son,_What_Have_Ye_Done%3F My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?]]'' certainly was no stranger to the basement dwellers (although, as co-host Craig Johnson points out, with the birth of the term, the fear is given an identity).
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* The "strange, anonymous fear" [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werner_Herzog Werner Herzog]] Creator/WernerHerzog intended to inflict upon whoever managed to sit through the "goddamn mess" (again, a Sloan quote) that was ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Son,_My_Son,_What_Have_Ye_Done%3F My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?]]'' certainly was no stranger to the basement dwellers (although, as co-host Craig Johnson points out, with the birth of the term, the fear is given an identity).

* Interestingly averted with ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masked_and_Anonymous Masked and Anonymous]]'', which was co-written by and stars the David Lynch of the music industry (well... second to the man himself) BobDylan, as Matt believes that a film has to be at least somewhat briskly-paced to inflict it. He goes on to compare the syndrome to that of a rollercoaster, stating that "you're not gonna feel it" if there are no dips or turns, so to speak.
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* Interestingly averted with ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masked_and_Anonymous Masked and Anonymous]]'', which was co-written by and stars the David Lynch of the music industry (well... second to the man himself) BobDylan, Music/BobDylan, as Matt believes that a film has to be at least somewhat briskly-paced to inflict it. He goes on to compare the syndrome to that of a rollercoaster, stating that "you're not gonna feel it" if there are no dips or turns, so to speak.

* ''MyImmortal'': Just as Ebony "started to cry tears of blood down [her] pallid face" in chapter five, so does the entire fic bleed this trope.
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* ''MyImmortal'': ''Fanfic/MyImmortal'': Just as Ebony "started to cry tears of blood down [her] pallid face" in chapter five, so does the entire fic bleed this trope.
17th Jul '15 1:44:16 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* Sheldon from ''Series/BigBangTheory'' had this reaction to the third Matrix movie.

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* ''Film/TheCastleOfFuManchu'' will make you wonder if coherent storytelling even exists.
25th Jan '15 9:26:33 PM mlsmithca
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I've said it before. I'll say it again. WHY do so many people think "more so" is one word??
* ''Fanfic/HommerSimpson'' epitomizes this trope, possibly even moreso than the previous example. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jh_IxUiW1I Judge for yourself.]]
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* ''Fanfic/HommerSimpson'' epitomizes this trope, possibly even moreso more so than the previous example. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jh_IxUiW1I Judge for yourself.]]
27th Oct '14 4:14:42 PM Mr.Pseudonym
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* Well, obviously, first place goes to [[PutneySwope the eponymous 1969... ''whatever it is'']] (if anything).
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* Well, obviously, first place goes to [[PutneySwope the eponymous 1969... ]] ''whatever it is'']] (if anything).is''...
27th Oct '14 4:14:16 PM Mr.Pseudonym
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* Well, obviously, first place goes to [[PutneySwope the eponymous 1969 corporate satire]].
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* Well, obviously, first place goes to [[PutneySwope the eponymous 1969 corporate satire]].1969... ''whatever it is'']] (if anything).
27th Oct '14 4:13:21 PM Mr.Pseudonym
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A term coined by Matt Sloan (of ''WebVideo/ChadVader'' and [[http://www.blamesociety.net/ Blame Society Productions]] fame) in his VideoReviewShow ''WebVideo/WelcomeToTheBasement''. The phrase first came into use in episode twenty-one, when he compares the feeling of panic that swept over him during the viewing of ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tough_Guys_Don%27t_Dance_(film) Tough Guys Don't Dance]]'' to that of which he felt when they had watched the TropeNamer.
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A term coined by Matt Sloan (of ''WebVideo/ChadVader'' and so much more [[http://www.blamesociety.net/ Blame Society Productions]] fame) in his VideoReviewShow ''WebVideo/WelcomeToTheBasement''. The phrase first came into use in episode twenty-one, when he compares the feeling of panic that swept over him during the viewing of ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tough_Guys_Don%27t_Dance_(film) Tough Guys Don't Dance]]'' to that of which he felt when they had watched the TropeNamer.
28th Jun '14 3:06:48 AM SeptimusHeap
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A term coined by Matt Sloan (of ''ChadVader'' and [[http://www.blamesociety.net/ Blame Society Productions]] fame) in his VideoReviewShow ''WebVideo/WelcomeToTheBasement''. The phrase first came into use in episode twenty-one, when he compares the feeling of panic that swept over him during the viewing of ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tough_Guys_Don%27t_Dance_(film) Tough Guys Don't Dance]]'' to that of which he felt when they had watched the TropeNamer.
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A term coined by Matt Sloan (of ''ChadVader'' ''WebVideo/ChadVader'' and [[http://www.blamesociety.net/ Blame Society Productions]] fame) in his VideoReviewShow ''WebVideo/WelcomeToTheBasement''. The phrase first came into use in episode twenty-one, when he compares the feeling of panic that swept over him during the viewing of ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tough_Guys_Don%27t_Dance_(film) Tough Guys Don't Dance]]'' to that of which he felt when they had watched the TropeNamer.
18th Jun '14 11:02:26 AM demonfiren
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Compare MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext, MindScrew, TrueArtIsIncomprehensible and WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs?
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Compare MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext, MindScrew, TrueArtIsIncomprehensible and WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs? WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs
24th Jan '14 8:16:16 PM Tuckerscreator
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* ''{{Rubber}}'': A story about a sentient and murderous tire, framed by characters who are constantly breaking the fourth wall by viewing the film as it happens or trying to sabotage it. In the opening scene, one of the main characters states that things happen in films for "no reason" and that this film is dedicated to that concept.
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* ''{{Rubber}}'': ''{{Film/Rubber}}'': A story about a sentient and murderous tire, framed by characters who are constantly breaking the fourth wall by viewing the film as it happens or trying to sabotage it. In the opening scene, one of the main characters states that things happen in films for "no reason" and that this film is dedicated to that concept.

* ''{{Lost}}'': The viewers ended up even more so than the survivors. * Surprise, surprise, Lynch's ''TwinPeaks''.
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* ''{{Lost}}'': ''{{Series/Lost}}'': The viewers ended up even more so than the survivors. * Surprise, surprise, Lynch's ''TwinPeaks''.''Series/TwinPeaks''.
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