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Caption This!

Caption This! Deathrow Gameshow (1987)

by Joel G. Robertson

Every so often an idea comes around that’s so profound, so earth-shatteringly sublime, that it transcends mankind’s deepest understanding of God, nature, and the cosmos…

If you come across an idea like that, let me know.

In the meantime, I’m starting a new segment here at Forgotten Flix. It’s called “Caption This”. The idea (which comes courtesy of The Forgotten Flix Podcast co-host and site contributor, Jason) is simple:

1. I present you with an image from a classic (and sometimes not-so-classic) movie and

2. You give the picture a caption. Anything you want. The funnier the better.

Just leave your caption(s) in the comments section. No limit. No rules.

Just. Be. Creative.

Oh, and have fun too!

Deathrow Gameshow

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Caption This! Leprechaun (1993)

by Joel G. Robertson

If you’re new to “Caption This!”, here’s how it works:

1. I present you with an image from a classic (and sometimes not-so-classic) movie and

2. You give the picture a caption. Anything you want. The funnier the better.

Just leave your caption(s) in the comments section. No limit.

No rules. Just. Be. Creative.

Oh, and have fun too!

Here’s an image that’ll short-circuit your synapses:

Leprechaun (Warwick Davis)

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Caption This! Night of the Creeps (1986)

by Joel G. Robertson

So, here’s the deal. Once in awhile an idea comes around that’s so profound, so earth-rattlingly sublime, that it transcends mankind’s deepest understanding of God, nature, and the cosmos…

Yeah, well, if you come across an idea like that, let me know.

In the meantime, I’m starting a new segment here at Forgotten Flix. It’s called “Caption This”. The idea (which comes courtesy of The Forgotten Flix Podcast co-host and site contributor, Jason) is simple:

1. I present you with an image from a classic (and sometimes not-so-classic) movie and

2. You give the picture a caption. Anything you want. The funnier the better.

Just leave your caption(s) in the comments section. No limit. No rules.

Just. Be. Creative.

Oh, and have fun too!

Here’s an image with tons of potential. It’s from the classic 1986 zombie/alien/brain-busting slugs/axe murderer horror flick Night of the Creeps!

Night of the Creeps (1986)

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