01.14.08

Dre Day : Can You Smell What David Heavener Is Cooking?

Posted in Blogged Down, Cinema, Internal Affairs, The Marketplace at 8:37 pm by

Greetings!

I’m working on behalf of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment to promote the release of THE GAME PLAN on DVD (1.22).  Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars as Joe Kingman, the high-living star quarterback for the Boston Rebels. Kingman is called upon to make his most important play in a position for which he has no practice when his seven year-old daughter unexpectedly shows up on his doorstep. Klingman’s comedic struggle to reconcile his role on the football field and superstar bachelor lifestyle with his role at home makes this is a perfect film for CAN’T STOP THE BLEEDING™s audience.

I wanted to see if you’d be interested in featuring content from the DVD including some great behind-the-scenes footage detailing what it took to turn The Rock into a quarterback, including an interview by ESPN’s Sean Salisbury. In addition there’s a hilarious blooper reel set to the familiar narration of sportscaster Marv Albert!

I am happy to provide you with a DVD review copy and links to clips, if you are interested.  We also have giveaway copies available if you’re interested in holding a contest for your readers.

Please contact me with your shipping address for the review copy of the DVD, and any thoughts/questions regarding coverage.

Thank you,
Dre, Click Communications

Other than “The Game Plan” DVD featuring additional content from not one, but TWO sexual deviants (Salisbury and Marv), I fail to see how this is the perfect film for CSTB’s audience.

The real cinematic masterpiece this blog’s readers are aching to see (whether they know it or not) comes from acting/directing/producing dynamo David HeavenerYour Video Store Shelf descibes “Outlaw Force” as “one scruffy man’s search for his daughter who has been kidnapped by child pornogaphers and features plenty of fighting, shooting, and periodic scenes of David Heavener singing.”

I’m sure you’ll agree, that’s way more exciting than Sean Salisbury’s cock.

4 Responses to “Dre Day : Can You Smell What David Heavener Is Cooking?”

  1. I love that opening nutshot so much. I’ve probably watched that twenty times now.

    I’ll be doing more of these in the future with wacky b-movies. Glad to see you enjoyed it.

  2. David Roth says:

    I enjoyed the opening nutshot as much as the second nutshot, personally.

    Looking at David Heavener’s IMDB entry is a tour through VHS hell. If there’s anyone else who has co-starred with (let alone directed) Tony Curtis, Roddy Piper, Isaac Hayes, Richard Moll, Martin Landau — let alone Don Swayze, Frank Stallone and Joe Estevez — I’m not sure I want to know about it.

  3. Jeff says:

    I saw the silent version of The Game Plan yesterday thanks to Continental Airlines. No matter what Dre says, Dave Kingman is totally not in that movie.

  4. Manfred says:

    Without a doubt the worst actor, director, producer, executive producer, ego, ever! How he can sell film I cannot understand, unless people have heard about his flicks and want to see just how bad they are. I’ll give him credit: he can bulls— people into backing his garbage with their dollars. Notice I wrote “their”. He’s even tried religion, that included a radio broadcast that featured a pathetic gal that he called Bible Girl.

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