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Noel

Thank You! You are brilliant. Love it all "No bars, I hate the south!"

Modesto

lmfao @ the end, "can you hear me now, wtf, was that eric?!"
do these people not read scripts before they take these shit roles???

i had a feeling cellular would be in this video.

Johari

Loved it! If only Nancy had used a cell phone instead of a landline in A Nightmare on Elm Street/New Nightmare...

jackie

That was AWESOME.

Stephanie

I can't believe you got almost 5 minutes out of that. I wonder how much that amounts to in product placement revenue.

Lisa

So the only recent horror movie in which a cell phone actually works is the movie in which your cell phone can kill you. (That would be Pulse.)

Niiiiiiice.

steele

Hehehe..

"CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW WTF!"

Reese

OMG, I'm so overly excited that you included Paul James (the black guy from Cry Wolf) in this montage. I'm friends with his sister! I have to send this to the both of them. Hahahaha!

RP

If it's product placement shouldn't cell phone companies be concerned that horror movies and thrillers keep insisting that cell phone coverage is pathetic? What kind of ad is that?

Also, I'm waiting for the movie where the cell phone works, the character hiding from the bad guy calls 911, and then the phone makes that stupid siren noise (so you don't accidentally dial it without knowing...so stupid) which alerts the bad guy to their location.

(I liked that movie Cellular)

Barbara

Hahaha. Rich, you remain my favorite blogger for posts just like these. LOVED THIS!

lisa

LOL i love it

Birdie

Josh Hartnett seemed really disturbed by the burned cell phones.

Meghan Blalock

I spent five minutes of my life watching this, and I don't regret it.

Allan

I think they did have a cell phone block scene in FD4...it was with the chick in the car lol

nowhere

True! I never thought I would ever see House of Wax, but I did not count on your clipping prowess. Also, did I miss "What Lies Beneath"? Don't remember seeing it in there, but if I remember correctly, the end kind of centered on Michelle Pfeiffer driving over a bridge trying to get reception.

Joan

Incredible.

Sarah

OMG! I didn't realize when I read this on the Best Week Ever site you had but this together! Rich, you and Michelle are my 2 favorite bloggers!

Hugs and Kisses to you both :)

PS
I'm not a horror movie fan but I'm amazed how you found 5 minutes worth of clips

Aaron

This is AWESOME. Also, I know Collateral isn't technically a horror film (it's a thriller, I guess?) but it has a combined no signal AND low battery scene nearish the end.

Drew

This was very cool and yet so sad (the fact that I've seen all these SHIT movies!)

ana

New York Magazine called you a pop culture mastermind, Winston i'm sure is proud

Sku

Now if only Stephen King's book "Cell" was a movie...

Cindy

Could you please list all of the movies shown in the clip,I'm sure you have a list.
Thanks

BRS

Totally in agreement!!!

Top two things I haaaaate in movies:

1) the non-working cell phones

2) the empty coffee cups -->

http://shareddarkness.com/2006/07/25/can-i-get-a-hot-beverage.aspx

Mark G.

Ah, the cellphone: bane of the modern genre screenwriter.

I'm surprised no-one's used 'I'm outta minutes!' yet.

Jenn

Rich, you made Vulture, where for some reason they call you Rich Four Four: http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2009/09/finally_someone_exposes_hollyw.html

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