[[caption-width-right:250:[[RealLife/MeanCharacterNiceActor Not to be confused with]] [[WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd that other guy]].]]

->''"This game is ass."''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'''

A film buff from New Jersey (now supposedly living in Philly) with directing aspirations, James Duncan Rolfe (born July 10, 1980) remained mostly under the radar until 2006, when he posted a couple of joke reviews he made for his friends a couple years earlier on YouTube, under the name "The Angry Nintendo Nerd". A few years of booming popularity later, he eventually evolved into WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd.

Aside from making Nerd videos, he also has a large number of films (he's been making them since 1989) registered on his website, [[http://www.cinemassacre.com/ Cinemassacre.com]]. In addition to the Nerd character, he has two other shows: ''WebVideo/BoardJames'' and ''[[WebVideo/YouKnowWhatsBullshit You Know What's Bullshit?]]''. He also established an improv series with a few friends of his called [=OverAnalyzers=].

He also often posts videos to the site with him acting as himself, either performing interviews, documentaries, or movie reviews, most notable of which is Cinemassacre's Monster Madness, an event that he has taken part in every October since 2007 where he reviews one horror film every day of the month, whether it be an old classic or an obscure treasure, usually in keeping with some sort of theme (SoBadItsGood films one year, the entire ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' series another).

With work on TheMovie necessitating a reduction in the frequency of Nerd episodes, Rolfe decided to compensate by launching ''WebVideo/JamesAndMikeMondays'' in December 2012. This is a weekly series in a LetsPlay format, where Rolfe and Creator/MikeMatei play games that in most cases might not be featured in a Nerd review -- whether it's a classic, an obscure game, a romhack, or the occasional game that's already been reviewed.

He is affiliates with both Website/ScrewAttack and Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses (despite, or perhaps due to, the Nerd's eternal conflict with WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic).
!!Sub pages:
* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd''
* ''WebVideo/JamesAndMikeMondays''
* ''WebVideo/BoardJames''
* ''WebVideo/YouKnowWhatsBullshit''
* ''WebAnimation/MunkyCheez''
* ''Film/{{Snix}}''
!!Rolfe's movie reviews:


[[folder:Regular reviews]]
* ''Film/{{Grindhouse}}''
* ''Film/SpiderMan3''
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersTheMovie''
* ''Film/{{Transformers}}''
* ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie''
* ''WesternAnimation/{{TMNT}}''
* ''Film/SantaClausConquersTheMartians''
* ''Film/{{Cloverfield}}''
* ''Film/RamboIV''
* ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'' (All six movies)
* ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull''
* Bat-A-Thon with ''Film/TheBatman 15'' part serial, ''Film/{{Batman and Robin|Serial}} 15'' Part serial, ''Film/BatmanTheMovie'', ''Film/{{Batman}}'', ''Film/BatmanReturns'', ''Film/BatmanForever'', ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'', ''Film/BatmanBegins'', and ''Film/TheDarkKnight''.
* ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'' and ''Film/Gremlins2TheNewBatch''
* Creator/EdWood-A-Thon with ''Film/GlenOrGlenda'', ''Film/BrideOfTheMonster'', ''Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace'', ''Film/NightOfTheGhouls'', ''Film/OrgyOfTheDead'', and Creator/TimBurton's [[Film/EdWood biopic]].
* ''Film/TheShining''
* ''Film/MyNameIsBruce''
* ''Film/MaximumOverdrive''
* ''Film/ReturnToOz''
* ''Film/{{Santa Claus|1959}}''
* Alien Invader movies with ''The Day the Earth Stood Still'' (the [[Film/TheDayTheEarthStoodStill1951 original]] and the [[Film/TheDayTheEarthStoodStill2008 remake]]) ''Film/TheThingFromAnotherWorld'', ''Film/TheThing1982'', ''Film/EarthVsTheFlyingSaucers'', ''Film/MarsAttacks'', ''Film/IndependenceDay'', ''Film/{{The War Of The Worlds|1953}}'' (the original, and three versions [[Film/TheWarOfTheWorlds released]] in 2005), ''Invaders from Mars'' (the original and the remake), ''Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers'' (the original, the 1978 remake, the 1993 remake, and the 2007 remake), ''Film/TheBlob1958'' and ''Film/TheBlob1988 and ''Film/BewareTheBlob''.
* ''Film/FridayThe13th2009'' (Reboot)
* ''Franchise/StarWars'' (All six movies)
* ''Film/KingKungFu''
* The "Trek Trilogy" (''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'', ''Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock'', ''Film/StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome'').
* ''Film/StarTrek'' (2009 reboot)
* The ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movies: ''Film/TheTerminator'', ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'', ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' and ''Film/TerminatorSalvation''.
* The ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' Trilogy
* ''Film/BlackChristmas1974''
* ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' (The Disney version and a Made-For-TV movie from 1985)
* ''Film/TheWolfman2010''
* ''[[Film/DeathstalkerSeries The Deathstalker]]'' (All four movies)
* ''Film/GameOfDeath''
* ''Film/TheKarateKid'' Trilogy
* ''Film/GroundhogDay''
* ''Film/PeeWeesBigAdventure''
* ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''
* ''[[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles We Wish You a Turtle Christmas]]''
* ''Film/KillBill''
* ''Film/RoboGeisha''
!!Cinemassacre's Monster Madness (by year):

[[folder:'''2007''' ''History of Horror'']]
A look at many of the major classics of horror and their influence in shaping the horror genre, covering a broad range of eras.

# ''Film/TheCabinetOfDrCaligari'' (1920)
# ''Film/{{Nosferatu}}'' (1922)
# ''[[Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera1925 The Phantom of the Opera]]'' (1925)
# ''[[Film/{{Dracula 1931}} Dracula]]'' (1931) [-(done as a commentary in 2010, later re-released during ''Monster Madness 9'')-]
# ''[[Film/{{Frankenstein 1931}} Frankenstein]]'' (1931) [-(covered more in-depth for ''Sequel-A-Thon'')-]
# ''[[Film/TheMummy1932 The Mummy]]'' (1932) [-(covered more in-depth for ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ''[[Film/DrJekyllAndMrHyde1931 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde]]'' (1931)
# ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The Wolf Man]]'' (1941)
# ''Film/CatPeople'' (1942)
# ''Film/CreatureFromTheBlackLagoon'' (1954)
# ''Film/TheTingler'' (1959)
# ''Film/HammerHorror'' (late 50's to early 70's), mainly the ''Dracula'' and ''Frankenstein'' films [-(all the ''Dracula'' and ''Frankenstein'' films were covered individually for ''Sequel-A-Thon'' and ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'' respectively)-]
# ''Creator/RogerCorman's Creator/EdgarAllanPoe films'' (1960's)
# ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' (1960)
# ''[[Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968 Night of the Living Dead]]'' (1968) [-(done as a commentary for ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ''Film/TheExorcist'' (1973)
# ''[[Film/TheTexasChainSawMassacre1974 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre]]'' (1974)
# ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' (1975)
# ''[[Film/{{Halloween 1978}} Halloween]]'' (1978) [-(covered more in-depth for ''Sequel-A-Thon'')-]
# ''[[Film/DawnOfTheDead1978 Dawn of the Dead]]'' (1978) [-(covered more in-depth for ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ''Film/{{Alien}}'' (1979) [-(covered more in-depth for ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ''[[Film/FridayThe13th1980 Friday the 13th]]'' (1980) [-(covered more in-depth in 2015 when James reviewed the entire ''Friday the 13th'' series)-]
# ''[[Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street]]'' (1984) [-(covered more in-depth for ''Sequel-A-Thon'')-]
# ''[[Film/TheEvilDead1981 The Evil Dead]]'' (1981), ''[[Film/EvilDead2 Evil Dead II]]'' (1987), and ''Film/ArmyOfDarkness'' (1992)
# ''Film/TheMonsterSquad'' (1987)
# ''[[Film/{{Braindead}} Braindead aka Dead Alive]]'' (1992)
# ''[[Film/{{Scream 1996}} Scream]]'' (1996)
# ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'' (1996)
# ''Film/TheLastBroadcast'' (1998)
# ''[[Film/BubbaHoTep Bubba Ho-Tep]]'' (2002)
# Monster Madness 2007 Recap (a general discussion about the modern era of horror movies)

[[folder:'''2008''' ''[=GodzillaThon=]'']]
A look at every ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' movie. As there weren't 31 of them at the time, ''[=GodzillaThon=]'' debuted on the 3rd of October, then continued with a new review every day until the end of the month. Unlike most years of Monster Madness, the reviews are also available on [=YouTube=], premiering earlier than on Cinemassacre.com.

# ''[[Film/Godzilla1954 Godzilla]]'' (1954)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 15th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaRaidsAgain'' (1955)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 16th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/KingKongVsGodzilla'' (1962)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 19th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/MothraVsGodzilla'' (1964)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 21st[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GhidorahTheThreeHeadedMonster'' (1964)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 22nd[[/labelnote]]
# ''[[Film/InvasionOfAstroMonster Monster Zero]]'' (1965)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 23rd[[/labelnote]]
# ''[[Film/EbirahHorrorOfTheDeep Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster]]'' (1966)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 25th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/SonOfGodzilla'' (1967)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 26th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/DestroyAllMonsters'' (1968)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 27th[[/labelnote]]
# ''[[Film/AllMonstersAttack Godzilla's Revenge]]'' (1969)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Sep 29th[[/labelnote]]
# ''[[Film/GodzillaVsHedorah Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster]]'' (1971)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 1st[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsGigan'' (1972)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 2nd[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsMegalon'' (1973)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 3rd[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsMechagodzilla'' (1974)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 4th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/TerrorOfMechagodzilla'' (1975)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 5th[[/labelnote]]
# ''[[Film/TheReturnOfGodzilla Godzilla 1985]]'' (1984)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 6th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsBiollante'' (1989)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 8th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsKingGhidorah'' (1991)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: also Oct 8th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaAndMothraTheBattleForEarth'' (1992)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 9th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsMechagodzillaII'' (1993)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 12th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsSpaceGodzilla'' (1994)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 13th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsDestoroyah'' (1995)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 14th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/{{Godzilla|1998}}'' (1998 American remake) [-(covered again in 2016 during James' re-review of ''Film/Godzilla2014'')-][[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 16th[[/labelnote]]
# ''[[Film/{{Godzilla 2000}} Godzilla 2000: Millennium]]'' (1999)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 18th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaVsMegaguirus'' (2000)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 19th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaMothraKingGhidorahGiantMonstersAllOutAttack'' (2001)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 21st[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaAgainstMechagodzilla'' (2002)[[labelnote:*]]Cinemassacre.com exclusive[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaTokyoSOS'' (2003)[[labelnote:*]][=YouTube=] release: Oct 25th[[/labelnote]]
# ''Film/GodzillaFinalWars'' (2004)[[labelnote:*]]also Cinemassacre.com exclusive[[/labelnote]]

[[folder:'''2009''' ''Monster Madness 3'']]
Although there was no distinct theme, this year was conceived as a way for James to cover many of the movies he would've done in ''History of Horror'' but didn't have time for, as well as responding to fan requests. The reviews also became longer.

# ''Film/{{Frankenstein|1910}}'' (1910)
# ''Drácula'' (Spanish version of ''Film/{{Dracula|1931}}'') (1931)
# ''Film/WhiteZombie'' (1932) [-(done as a commentary in 2011, later re-released during ''Monster Madness 9'')-]
# ''[[Film/TheOldDarkHouse1932 The Old Dark House]]'' (1932)
# ''Film/{{Freaks}}'' (1932)
# ''Film/TheInvisibleMan'' (1933) [-(covered again during the ''Invisible Man'' series review for ''Monster Madness 9'')-]
# ''[[Film/KingKong1933 King Kong]]'' (1933)
# ''Film/TheBlackCat'' (1934) and ''[[Film/TheRaven1935 The Raven]]'' (1935) (two Creator/BelaLugosi and Creator/BorisKarloff films)
# ''The Man They Could Not Hang'' (1939)
# ''Film/TheBodySnatcher'' (1945)
# ''[[Film/HouseOfWax1953 House of Wax]]'' (1953)
# ''Daughter of Horror'' (1955)
# ''Film/TheGiantClaw'' (1957)
# ''The Fly'' (the [[Film/TheFly1958 1958 original]] and the [[Film/TheFly1986 1986 remake]])
# The ''Coffin Joe'' films: ''At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul'' (1963) and ''This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse'' (1967) (with the later sequels, ''Awakening of the Beast'' and ''Embodiment of Evil'', mentioned briefly)
# ''Film/MonstersCrashThePajamaParty'' (1964)
# ''Film/TheAbominableDrPhibes'' (1971) and ''Film/DrPhibesRisesAgain'' (1972)
# ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'' (1981)
# ''Film/BasketCase'' (1982)
# ''Film/{{Creepshow}}'' (1982)
# ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (1982)
# ''Film/ReAnimator'' (1985)
# ''Film/TheReturnOfTheLivingDead'' (1985)
# ''Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre2'' (1986)
# ''Film/{{Hellraiser}}'' (1987)
# ''Film/ChildsPlay'' (1988)
# ''The Brain'' (1988)
# ''Film/SpontaneousCombustion'' (1990)
# ''Film/{{Leprechaun}}'' (1993)
# ''Film/CemeteryMan'' (1994)
# ''Film/TheDevilsRejects'' (2005)

[[folder:'''2010''' ''Camp Cult'']]
Identified as a "Schlock-A-Thon" and a "Craparama" in the promo trailer, focusing on campy and often bizarre [[SoBadItsGood so-bad-itís-good]] movies, many of them obscure.

# ''The Phantom Creeps'' (1939)
# ''Return of the Vampire'' (1944)
# ''Film/RobotMonster'' (1953)
# ''Film/TheCyclops'' (1957)
# ''From Hell It Came'' (1957)
# ''Film/FiendWithoutAFace'' (1958)
# ''Frankenstein 1970'' (1958)
# ''Film/TheScreamingSkull'' (1958)
# ''Film/TheTerror'' (1963)
# ''Film/WarOfTheGargantuas'' (1966)
# ''Dracula vs. Frankenstein'' (the 1971 version, the 1969 version, and ''Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein'' from 1972)
# ''Film/TheLegendOfThe7GoldenVampires'' (1974)
# ''Film/TheSuperInframan'' (1975)
# ''Film/ExorcistIITheHeretic'' (1977)
# ''The Manitou'' (1978)
# ''Film/{{Laserblast}}'' (1978)
# ''Night of the Demon'' (1980)
# ''Mystics in Bali'' (1981)
# ''[[Film/FrightNight1985 Fright Night]]'' (1985)
# ''Transylvania 6-5000'' (1985)
# ''Film/{{Critters}}'' (1986)
# ''Film/MonsterInTheCloset'' (1986)
# ''Troll'' Trilogy (1986 - 1993) (''Film/{{Troll}}'', ''Film/{{Troll 2}}'', ''Troll 3 #1 "Quest for the Mighty Sword"'', and ''Troll 3 #2 "The Crawlers"'')
# ''Film/BrainDamage'' (1988)
# ''Monkey Shines'' (1988)
# ''Film/LeatherfaceTheTexasChainsawMassacreIII'' (1990)
# ''Film/ErnestScaredStupid'' (1991)
# ''Robot Wars'' (1993) & ''Robo Warriors'' (1996)
# ''Film/EvilEd'' (1995)
# ''Reptilian'' (1999)
# ''Film/TheLostSkeletonOfCadavra'' (2001)

[[folder:'''2011''' ''Sequel-A-Thon'']]
A thorough look at every installment of four different film franchises, again covering a wide range of eras. ''[[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal]] Franchise/{{Frankenstein}}'', ''[[Film/HammerHorror Hammer]] Main/{{Dracula}}'', ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet'', and ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}''. On Cinemassacre.com, James rated each of the movies out of 10.

# ''[[Film/{{Frankenstein 1931}} Frankenstein]]'' (1931) - 10
# ''Film/BrideOfFrankenstein'' (1935) - 10
# ''Film/SonOfFrankenstein'' (1939) - 10
# ''Film/TheGhostOfFrankenstein'' (1942) - 6.5
# ''Film/FrankensteinMeetsTheWolfMan'' (1943) - 7
# ''Film/HouseOfFrankenstein'' (1944) - 7.5
# ''Film/HouseOfDracula'' (1945) - 5
# ''Film/AbbottAndCostelloMeetFrankenstein'' (1948) - 8
# ''Film/HorrorOfDracula'' (1958) - 9.5
# ''Film/DraculaPrinceOfDarkness'' (1966) - 8
# ''Film/DraculaHasRisenFromTheGrave'' (1968) - 8.5
# ''Film/TasteTheBloodOfDracula'' (1970) - 7
# ''Film/ScarsOfDracula'' (1970) - 6.5
# ''Film/DraculaAD1972'' (1972) - 6
# ''Film/TheSatanicRitesOfDracula'' (1973) - 5.5
# ''[[Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street]]'' (1984) - 9
# ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreetPart2FreddysRevenge'' (1985) - 7
# ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet3DreamWarriors'' (1987) - 8.5
# ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet4TheDreamMaster'' (1988) - 6.5
# ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet5TheDreamChild'' (1989) - 5.5
# ''Film/FreddysDeadTheFinalNightmare'' (1991) - 6.5
# ''Film/WesCravensNewNightmare'' (1994) - 8
# ''Film/FreddyVsJason'' (2003) and ''[[Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet2010 A Nightmare on Elm Street]]'' (2010 remake) - 8 and 5
# ''[[Film/{{Halloween 1978}} Halloween]]'' (1978) - 10
# ''[[Film/HalloweenII1981 Halloween II]]'' (1981) and ''Film/HalloweenIIISeasonOfTheWitch'' (1982) [-(the latter being a clip from James' ''Top 10 Sequels That Aren't As Bad As Everyone Says'' video)-] - 7 and 7
# ''Film/Halloween4TheReturnOfMichaelMyers'' (1988) - 7
# ''Film/Halloween5TheRevengeOfMichaelMyers'' (1989) - 5
# ''Film/HalloweenTheCurseOfMichaelMyers'' (1995) - 3
# ''Film/HalloweenH20TwentyYearsLater'' (1998) - 6
# ''Film/HalloweenResurrection'' (2002) - 5
# Rob Zombie's ''Halloween'' remakes: ''[[Film/{{Halloween 2007}} Halloween]]'' (2007) and ''[[Film/HalloweenII2009 Halloween II]]'' (2009) - 6.5 and 5

[[folder:'''2012''' ''80's-A-Thon'']]
Due to James being busy with production of the [[Film/AngryVideoGameNerdTheMovie AVGN Movie]], this year featured 16 reviews instead of the usual 31, starting on the 1st and released every other day (the 3rd, 5th, 7th, etc).

# ''Film/GalaxyOfTerror'' (1981)
# ''Film/QTheWingedSerpent'' (1982)
# ''Nightbeast'' (1982)
# ''Film/TwilightZoneTheMovie'' (1983)
# ''Film/TheDeadlySpawn'' (1983)
# ''Film/TheToxicAvenger'' (1984)
# ''Film/TheStuff'' (1985)
# ''Film/MakingContact'' (1985)
# ''Film/TeenWolf'' (1985)
# ''Spookies'' (1986)
# ''Terrorvision'' (1986)
# ''Film/FromBeyond'' (1986)
# ''Film/TheGate'' (1987)
# ''Film/{{Pumpkinhead}}'' (1988)
# ''Film/PuppetMaster'' (1989)
# ''Film/KillerKlownsFromOuterSpace'' (1988)

[[folder:'''2013''' ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'']]
Touted as "the sequel to sequel-a-thon" in the promo trailer, created as an opportunity for James to cover film franchises he didn't have time for in the first sequel-a-thon. This time he looked at five different series; ''[[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal]] Main/{{Mummy}}'', ''[[Film/HammerHorror Hammer]] Main/{{Frankenstein}}'', ''Franchise/{{Gamera}}'', ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'', and the ''Film/LivingDeadSeries''.

# ''[[Film/TheMummy1932 The Mummy]]'' (1932)
# ''Film/TheMummysHand'' (1940)
# ''The Mummy's Tomb'' (1942)
# ''The Mummy's Ghost'' (1944)
# ''The Mummy's Curse'' (1944)
# ''Film/TheCurseOfFrankenstein'' (1957)
# ''The Revenge of Frankenstein'' (1958)
# ''The Evil of Frankenstein'' (1964)
# ''Frankenstein Created Woman'' (1967)
# ''Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed'' (1969)
# ''Film/FrankensteinAndTheMonsterFromHell'' (1973) (with a look at ''The Horror of Frankenstein'')
# ''[[Film/GiantMonsterGamera Gamera]]'' (1965)
# ''Film/GameraVsBarugon'' (1966)
# ''Film/GameraVsGyaos'' (1967)
# ''Film/GameraVsViras'' (1968)
# ''Film/GameraVsGuiron'' (1969)
# ''Film/GameraVsJiger'' (1970)
# ''Film/GameraVsZigra'' (1971) (with a look at ''Film/GameraSuperMonster'')
# ''Gamera'' Next Gen (1995 - 2006) (''Film/GameraGuardianOfTheUniverse'', ''Film/Gamera2AdventOfLegion'', ''Film/Gamera3AwakeningOfIrys'', and ''Film/GameraTheBrave'')
# ''Film/{{Alien}}'' (1979) (with a look at ''Film/{{Prometheus}}'')
# ''Film/{{Aliens}}'' (1986)
# ''Film/{{Alien 3}}'' (1992)
# ''Film/AlienResurrection'' (1997)
# ''Film/AVPAlienVsPredator'' (2004) (with a look at ''Film/{{Predator}}'')
# ''[[Film/AlienVsPredator Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem]]'' (2007)
# ''[[Film/DawnOfTheDead1978 Dawn of the Dead]]'' (1978)
# ''[[Film/DayOfTheDead1985 Day of the Dead]]'' (1985)
# ''Film/LandOfTheDead'' (2005)
# ''Film/DiaryOfTheDead'' (2007)
# ''Film/SurvivalOfTheDead'' (2010)
# ''[[Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968 Night of the Living Dead]]'' (1968) full-length commentary

[[folder:'''2014''' ''Monster Madness 8'']]
Identified as "Whatever-The-Hell-You-Want-To-Call-It-Athon" in the promo trailer, as it was the first year since ''Monster Madness 3'' without a theme. Unlike ''Monster Madness 3'', it was also the first year without the movie reviews being in chronological order, and even featured a couple reviews of TV shows.

# ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' (2012)
# ''Film/{{Haxan}}'' (1922)
# ''Film/AliceSweetAlice'' (1976)
# ''Hilarious House of Frankenstein'' (1971)
# ''Film/NightOfTheCreeps'' (1986)
# ''Man Made Monster'' (1941)
# ''Film/TexasChainsawMassacreTheNextGeneration'' (1994)
# ''Series/NightGallery'' (1969 - 1973)
# ''The Black Cat'' (1981 version)
# ''Film/TheVampireLovers'' (1970)
# ''Film/TheExorcistIII'' (1990)
# ''The Walking Dead'' (1936 movie)
# ''Film/TheyLive'' (1988)
# ''Film/{{Rodan}}'' (1956)
# ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}'' (1988)
# ''[[Film/TheBeastFromTwentyThousandFathoms The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms]]'' (1953)
# ''Film/BramStokersDracula'' (1992 Coppola movie)
# ''Film/DoctorX'' (1932)
# ''Film/{{Insidious}}'' (2010)
# ''Film/MurdersInTheRueMorgue'' (1932)
# ''Tourist Trap'' (1979)
# ''Film/IslandOfLostSouls'' (1932)
# ''Film/BrideOfChucky'' (1998)
# ''Son of Kong'' (1933)
# ''[[Literature/{{It}} Stephen King's It]]'' (1990)
# ''The Night Walker'' (1964)
# ''Film/DeathProof'' (2007) [-(the film was more briefly covered as part of James' ''Film/{{Grindhouse}}'' review in 2007)-]
# ''Film/DraculasDaughter'' (1936)
# ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' (1991 - 2000)
# ''Film/YoungFrankenstein'' (1974)
# ''Film/TrickRTreat'' (2007)

[[folder:'''2015''' ''Monster Madness 9'']]
Similar to ''Monster Madness 8'' in that it was another random, non-chronological assortment of movies, but it came with its own changes from previous marathons. This time, the videos were made available on [=YouTube=], appearing on the same day as their Cinemassacre.com releases. Some of the reviews were of public domain films, which aired on both websites. For the reviews that weren't of public domain films, the [=YouTube=] release would instead feature a "Monster Madness Rerun", a video from a previous year that was formerly exclusive to Cinemassacre. Lastly, this year had unscripted discussion videos. Rather than the usual scripted format of James' commentary over clips of the movie, these episodes had James and Mike Matei on-camera with only a few stills of the movie, making it available for both websites. A few of them weren't focused on a single film review, but rather a general topic. These episodes are marked with **

# ** ''Literature/TheRing'' (2002)
# ''The Wasp Woman'' (1959)
# ''Film/SleepawayCamp'' (1983) / [-'''Rerun:''' Silent Horror Classics Review (compilation of several reviews: ''The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari'', ''Nosferatu'', and ''The Phantom of the Opera'' from ''History of Horror''; ''Frankenstein 1910'' from ''Monster Madness 3''; ''Häxan'' from ''Monster Madness 8'')-]
# ** ''[[Film/{{Frozen 2010}} Frozen]]'' (2010)
# ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' (1977) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''Night of the Living Dead'' (1968) full-length commentary from ''Sequel-A-Thon 2''-]
# ''Literature/{{Misery}}'' (1990) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''The Mummy'' Series Review (shorter re-edit of the ''Mummy'' reviews from ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ** ''[[Film/PoultrygeistNightOfTheChickenDead Poultrygeist]]'' (2006)
# ''Film/TheMonster'' (1925)
# ''Film/{{Candyman}}'' (1992) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''Alien'' Series Review (shorter re-edit of the ''Alien'' and ''Alien vs. Predator'' reviews from ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ** Is it Horror?
# ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' (1960)
# ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' (1991) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''The Phantom Creeps'' (1939) from ''Camp Cult''-]
# ** ''Film/TheHumanCentipede'' (2009)
# ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'' (2004) / [-'''Rerun:''' George Romero's ''Dead'' Series Review (shorter re-edit of the ''Dead'' reviews from ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ''[[Film/TheOmen1976 The Omen]]'' (1976) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''Robot Monster'' (1953) from ''Camp Cult''-]
# ** The Future of Universal Monsters
# ''Film/TheLastManOnEarth'' (1964)
# ''Frankenstein Unbound'' (1990) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''The Terror'' (1963) from ''Camp Cult''-]
# ** ''Film/SawI'' (2004)
# ''Film/{{Carrie|1976}}'' (1976) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''The Screaming Skull'' (1958) from ''Camp Cult''-]
# ''Film/TheLastHouseOnTheLeft'' (1972) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''The Old Dark House '' (1963) from ''Monster Madness 3''-]
# ** [[HalloweenEpisode Halloween TV Specials]]
# ''Film/CarnivalOfSouls'' (1962)
# ''The Beast with Five Fingers'' (1946) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''Hammer Frankenstein'' Reviews (shorter re-edit of the ''Hammer Frankenstein'' reviews from ''Sequel-A-Thon 2'')-]
# ** ''Film/ItFollows'' (2015)
# ''Film/NightOfTheLepus'' (1972) / [-'''Rerun:''' ''White Zombie'' (1932) full-length commentary from 2011 featuring James and Mike-]
# ''Film/CityOfTheDead'' (1960)
# ** ''Film/TheDescent'' (2005)
# ''Invisible Man'' series (1933 - 1951) (''Film/TheInvisibleMan'', ''Film/TheInvisibleManReturns'', ''The Invisible Woman'', ''Invisible Agent'', ''The Invisible Man's Revenge'', and ''Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man'') / [-'''Rerun:''' ''Dracula'' (1931), shorter re-edit of an audio-only commentary from 2010 featuring James and Mike, with movie stills added-]
# ''[[Film/HouseOnHauntedHill1959 House on Haunted Hill]]'' (1959)
# ** How to Celebrate Halloween

[[folder:'''2016''' ''Monster Madness X'']]
Stated by James to be the final marathon, or at least the final marathon to have a full 31 reviews. The reviews were all once again scripted, but with the distinction of having stills instead of video clips like in previous years. This was done to make the reviews available for [=YouTube=]. This year was also divided into several sub-themes depending on the day of the week. ''Mondern Mondays'' focused on recent horror movies, ''Top Ten Tuesdays'' showcased James' recommendations for the best horror movies by era, ''WTF Wednesdays'' were dedicated to weird movies, ''Blood-thirsty Thursdays'' were movies about vampires, ''Franken-Fridays'' were movies about Frankenstein, and ''Weekend Whatevers'' had no specific focus.

# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''Film/TheWickerMan'' (1973)
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''Film/MrSardonicus'' (1961)
# [-'''Modern Monday:'''-] ''Film/TheBabadook'' (2014)
# [-'''Top Ten Tuesday:'''-] Top 20 Golden Age Horror [-(Top 10 1930's Horror, Top 10 1940's Horror)-]
# [-'''WTF Wednesday:'''-] ''Film/{{Eraserhead}}'' (1977)[[labelnote:*]]Released on [=YouTube=] on the 4th[[/labelnote]]
# [-'''Blood-thirsty Thursday:'''-] ''Film/{{Vampyr}}'' (1932)
# [-'''Franken-Friday:'''-] ''Film/{{Frankenhooker}}'' (1990)
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''Film/MightyJoeYoung'' (1949)
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''Film/SwampThing'' (1982)
# [-'''Modern Monday:'''-] ''Film/{{Tusk}}'' (2014)
# [-'''Top Ten Tuesday:'''-] Top 15 Silver Age Sci Fi [-(Top 5 Alien Invaders, Top 5 Monsters on the Loose, Top 5 Scientific Disasters)-]
# [-'''WTF Wednesday:'''-] ''Film/TerrorFirmer'' (1999)
# [-'''Blood-thirsty Thursday:'''-] ''Film/TheLostBoys'' (1987)
# [-'''Franken-Friday:'''-] ''Film/MaryShelleysFrankenstein'' (1994)
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''Film/{{Matinee}}'' (1993)[[labelnote:*]]Released on [=YouTube=] on the 14th[[/labelnote]]
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'' (1927)
# [-'''Modern Monday:'''-] ''Film/{{Oculus}}'' (2013)
# [-'''Top Ten Tuesday:'''-] Top 15 Silver Age Horror [-(Top 5 [[Film/HammerHorror Hammer]] Films, Top 10 1960's Horror)-][[labelnote:*]]Released on [=YouTube=] on the 17th[[/labelnote]]
# [-'''WTF Wednesday:'''-] ''[[Film/{{Hausu}} House]]'' (1977)
# [-'''Blood-thirsty Thursday:'''-] ''Wolfman vs. Dracula'' (unreleased)
# [-'''Franken-Friday:'''-] ''Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster'' (1965)
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''[[Film/ClashOfTheTitans1981 Clash of the Titans]]'' (1981)
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''Film/{{Targets}}'' (1968)
# [-'''Modern Monday:'''-] ''Lumberjack Man'' (2015)
# [-'''Top Ten Tuesday:'''-] Top 20 Bronze Age Horror [-(Top 10 1970's Horror, Top 10 1980's Horror)-]
# [-'''WTF Wednesday:'''-] ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' (1975)
# [-'''Blood-thirsty Thursday:'''-] ''Film/DraculaDeadAndLovingIt'' (1995)
# [-'''Franken-Friday:'''-] ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015)
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] History of Midnight Ghost Shows
# [-'''Weekend Whatever:'''-] ''[[Film/SleepyHollow Sleepy Hollow]]'' (1999)
# [-'''Modern Monday:'''-] ''Film/{{Krampus}}'' (2015)

!!Tropes applying to Rolfe himself and his work:
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In his top 10 shitty Shatner movies, he ended the list with Incubus at #1, and talked about how the film was lost until it turned up with France, and ended with this dark sentence...
--> "There was a lot of bad luck associated with Incubus and came with the reputation as one of those films with a curse. [Milos Milos] killed his girlfriend and committed suicide. [Ann Atmar] has also committed suicide a few weeks after the film wrapped. [Eloise Hardt's daughter] was kidnapped and murdered. Director Leslie Steven's production company went bankrupt, and his marriage ended in divorce. And William Shatner ended up being in a lot of shitty films."
* AuthorAppeal:
** Horror movies, especially monster movies.
** References to shit. Sorry, that was meant to be, references to '''''SHIT!'''''
* BadassBoast: From the "Contra Memories" video: "I beat Contra before breakfast."
* BerserkButton: James ''hates'' iTunes, and is of the opinion that it gets worse with every release, especially changing the interface and removing options. He also hates waiting for it to update. He spent a good several minutes during the "James and Mike Mondays" episode ''VideoGame/StarFox'' complaining about it.
* BookEnds: First appearing in 2009 the Monster Madness series having introduced a pair of Skeletons watching the series on a TV in their crypt. They don't always show up and during the 80's-a-thon their crypt features 80's memorabilia including replacing their couch with bean bag chairs.
* BulletTime: One of his choices for the Top 10 Worst Movie Cliches.
* TheCameo:
** He appeared in different commercials (one of the earliest being a Budwiser commercial), other online shows, and even independent works (like the Sonic fan film).
** At one point he even assists in special effects works with other works, like blood work and all.
* CloudCuckoolander:
** Judging by the content of his films.
** [[http://cinemassacre.com/2010/11/23/top-10-movie-moments-that-have-nothing-to-do-with-the-scene-from-frankenstein-where-the-monster-throws-the-girl-into-the-pond/ Top 10 Movie Moments That Have Nothing To Do With The Scene From Frankenstein Where The Monster Throws The Girl Into The Pond]] is a whole video of him listing moments from various movies that have nothing to do with the scene from the 1931 ''Frankenstein'' when the Monster throws the girl into a pond.
--> (Scene from the movie ''Film/TheFury'' where [[spoiler:PopGoesTheHuman]])
--> "DAMN! Well, I'm not thinking of Frankenstein. Are you?"
** And speaking of Top 10s, he made another one called [[http://cinemassacre.com/2013/12/12/top-10-worst-top-10s/ Top 10 Worst Top 10s]], and #1 on the list is ''Top 10 Times Johnny Depp Says "Then."'' Dude sure does love his unconventional Top 10 lists.
* {{Corpsing}}: Seven words - "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGZri15rD-U Live like a windrammer as you fuck.]]"
** Anyone watching the episodes of AVGN with Lloyd and the Guitar Guy with keen ears and eyes can notice James losing his composure with some of the things they say.
*** And of course, the one part in his review of ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIII'' where he stressed that the "Help I'm a turtle and I can't get up" gag is not funny, but burst out laughing anyway.
* {{Crossover}}: James and his high school friends came up with a proposed crossover of ''Franchise/StarWars'' and ''Franchise/StarTrek'' called ''Trek Wars'', but they didn't flesh it out very much; the most they came up with was Luke Skywalker and Captain Kirk shaking hands.
--> '''James''': That's the best we could come up with; like, "Hey, how ya doin'?" ''(Mike Matei laughs)'' That was really stupid.\\
'''Mike''': I think you can come up with better at this point.
* DeadpanSnarker
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: He has admitted to this being one of his weaknesses while writing. He noted that in the ''Ninja Gaiden'' review, he had to use a thesaurus because he had overused the word "impossible" in the original script. The trope has been invoked a couple of episodes before he managed to catch it, such as in the ''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'' review:
--> "Every time you fall down, you have to walk through the entire stage all over again. All of the enemies come back, so you have to fight everybody all over again."
* EasilyOverheardConversation: One of his choices for the Top 10 Worst Movie Cliches.
* {{Engrish}}: He gets an email filled to the brim with this in Mailbag #3, which introduces the "Live like a windrammer as you fuck" quote.
* FadeToBlack: One of his choices for the Top 10 Worst Movie Cliches. He says it's especially bad in modern trailers, as it's annoying when you're trying to find a seat and the theater keeps going pitch black every other second.
* GoMadFromTheRevelation: After his ''Top 1 Shark Movies'', which is basically him praising ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' and being unable to come up with any other good shark films, he would go ''crazy'' over the collection of terrible shark movies he has, leading to the '''Top 40 Shitty Shark Movies!'''
--> "[[MadnessMantra Shark movies, shark movies, shark movies, SHARK MOVIES, SHARK MOVIES,]] '''[[MadnessMantra SHARK MOVIES]]''', '''[[LaughingMad AHHHHHHahhhhhh]]'''[[LaughingMad ahhhhhh!]]"
--> *crazy laugh* shark movies. '''Shark movies!'''
* GoKartingWithBowser: James and Mike plays. Mike has played enemies of the Nerd such as [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Voorhees.]] Played Straight in the recent episode, where James plays with Creator/DougWalker, who's [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic Nostalgia Critic]] persona was the Nerd's SitcomArchNemesis.
* {{Gorn}}: He's known for making really gory short horror movies like The Deader The Better.
* GratuitousRape: James criticized both ''Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers'' (the producer's cut), and ''Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed'' for including these in it. His reasoning is as follows:
** ''Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers'' involves Michael forcibly raping his niece and impregnating her. Not only [[ThisIsWrongOnSoManyLevels does it seem so wrong on so many levels]], but it's entirely unnecessary. Michael is out to kill his remaining family. Now he's reproducing to make more family to kill? This is one of the main reasons why James blasted the producer's cut, despite it being the popular choice over the theatrical cut. He considers the latter to be more entertaining, whereas the former is just too messed up to justify its existence.
** ''Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed'' was a case of ExecutiveMeddling. Frankenstein, played by Peter Cushing, decided to rape the beautiful inn keeper spontaneously. This had no place in the film at all other than make Frankenstein out to be a more horrible human being, which this and previous films did a great job of already. The meddling part came from the producers wanting the rape scene added in [[SexSells just for sex appeal]], despite protests from Peter Cushing and Terrance Fisher, and the scene being nowhere at all in the original script. James says it best:
--> "It's not sexy, it's ''disturbing!''"
* HappilyMarried: With April, A.K.A. Mrs Nerd.
* ItIsPronouncedTropay: In his ''Real Ghosbusters'' tribute, he pronounced [=DiC=] as "dick".
* JumpScare: At the end of [[http://cinemassacre.com/2014/05/09/nostalgic-scary-books this video]], after talking about how scary the illustrations from Literature/ScaryStoriesToTellInTheDark are, he suddenly shows [[NightmareFace one of them]], amplified so that it covers the whole screen, with a ScareChord to top.
* KensingtonGore: many of James's films make use of extremely bright, cheesy blood, likely in honor of the classic B-movies he draws so much inspiration from. He has noted using Kool-aid, ketchup, water with red food coloring, and corn syrup with red food coloring in various commentaries and documentaries.
* KindheartedCatLover: Has a black cat named Boo who appeared in some AVGN episodes (most famously as "Death Kitty" in the Atari Jaguar episode), plus a white cat named Yeti.
* LetsPlay: Sort of. He does the James and Mike Mondays series, with his best friend: Mike Matei.
* LongTitle: On a few occasions, James has mentioned a horror film that he's been planning to make for several years, titled ''The Confounded Crazy Critters who Devoured Neurotic Livestock and Couldn't Stop Dying So They Had to Carry Their Own Tombstones over Their Heads.''
* MeanCharacterNiceActor: His portrayal as [[WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd the nerd]] couldn't be farther from how he is in real life.
* MetalHead: He is a huge fan of heavy metal and hard rock occasionally name checking them in a video. He especially seems to like {{Music/ACDC}}. In Mailbag #3 he is wearing a Music/LedZeppelin hat and in the ''You Know What's Bullshit'' episode on iTunes, his music library consists mostly of hard rock and heavy metal bands. He even started a series podcasts called "Audio Slaughter" with his wife. He talks a great deal about his longtime love for heavy metal, particularly in the episodes on Music/{{Metallica}} and Music/BlackSabbath. In his "'Making of An Angry Video Game Nerd Episode" video, he mentions that one time, while editing an exceptionally difficult and time-consuming project, he managed to listen to the entire Music/IronMaiden discography. He's also mentioned in several videos that he likes the cult British DoomMetal band Witchfinder General, who no doubt [[ColbertBump recieved much more attention thanks to this.]]
* {{Mondegreen}}: Invoked: In the second part of the ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'' retrospective, he plays various clips and thinks the characters are swearing.
* MyCarHatesMe: One of his choices for the Top 10 Worst Movie Cliches (specifically, when the car doesn't start).
* NerdGlasses: Possibly the king of this trope.
%%* NiceGuy
* OlderThanHeLooks: He still looks to be in his twenties when he's actually ''36''.
* OrbitalShot: One of his choices for the Top 10 Worst Movie Cliches.
* OverlyNarrowSuperlative: When reviewing an old [=VHS=] copy of ''Assignment Terror'' for Monster Madness, James anticlimactically concludes that it's the worst commercially manufactured [=VHS=] tape to ever feature Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolf Man and the Mummy.
* PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad: Parodied. As the Bullshit man, he mentioned that people complained about having to say "Happy Holidays" out of respect for other beliefs when they ''insist'' on saying "Merry Christmas." So he coined a new term called '''HAPPY SHUT THE FUCK UP!''' and has proceeded to use this in some of his Christmas specials, including the AVGN Winter Games, and even as himself at the end of his TMNT Christmas review.
* SelfDeprecation: In the video where Inspector Gadget explains how to use Cinemassacre:
--> '''Gadget''': I wonder when the fuck there will be a new WebVideo/BoardJames!
** In the tenth anniversary video of "[[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles You Can Just Walk Over It?]]", James made fun of his [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment repetitive writing]] in that AVGN episode.
--> '''James''': But the craziest thing about this is, it's really a shortcut now, because if you can jump up there, you don't have to worry about every time you fall down, you have to walk through the room all over again. So every time you fall down, you have to fight everybody all over again. You gotta do it all over again. All over again.
* ShoutOut: James has said that he quotes the film ''Film/AmericanMovie'' on a regular basis, and has put countless quotes in the Angry Video Game Nerd episodes. In a documentary about the making of the special effects in ''Film/AngryVideoGameNerdTheMovie'', after filming a failed attempt to have Death Mwauthzyx punch through a pane of glass, he spontaneously says:
--> '''James''': I'm sorry I tried to put your hand through this, man!
* SpitTake: He does an absolutely epic one when he realises that the [=IndieGoGo=] donations for the movie have just hit [=100k=]. He even does it in slow-motion, no less!
* StopMotion: James is a big fan of this practice.
* StoppedNumberingSequels: One of his biggest pet peeves, claiming it creates needless confusion since, if anything, making a lot of sequels means that numbers are ''more'' necessary to tell the movies apart.
* TemptingFate: In his ''Top 1 Shark Movies'', he said that there were some good ones. The only movie he can think of is ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', which he pretty much talks about for almost the entire video. See GoMadFromTheRevelation above for more.
* TitleScream: Comes in many variations in ''Cinemassacre's Monster Madness'', starting with Rolfe simply stating the name in the first iteration of the show, and having a much hammier variant in later years with "It's Cinemassacre's ''Mmmonster Maaaaadneeesss!''". The ''Camp Cult'' edition of the show even features fan versions of it.
* VulgarHumor: He's known for doing this in AVGN, such as the Nerd defecating on the games (and Bugs Bunny).
** Also the characteristic of the Bullshit Man, Shit Pickle, and the Nerdy Turd.
* WhosOnFirst: Utilized in the "What's the Movie?" video.
* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: His #1 pick for the Top 10 Worst Movie Cliches.
-->'''[[Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly Tuco]]''': When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk.