Bloodrayne (Behind-the-Scenes)

The Spoony One | Jul 26 2014 | 78 notations | 

Go behind the scenes with Michael Levesque at the Channel Awesome studio as we record the Nostalgia Critic review of Bloodrayne. Check out Malcolm’s Behind the Scenes here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WU3hpve7Ads See the entire epic Nostalgia Critic Theme from Epic Game Music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oqvzRTdL7U Check out these guys awesome work at: http://thatguywiththeglasses.com http://atopthefourthwall.com http://thecinemasnob.com https://www.youtube.com/GohakuX

To Boldly Flee, Part 7 (Spoony Commentary)

The Spoony One | Oct 11 2012 | 82 notations | 

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To Boldly Flee, Part 6 (Spoony Commentary)

The Spoony One | Oct 9 2012 | 88 notations | 

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To Boldly Flee, Part 5 (Spoony Commentary)

The Spoony One | Sep 23 2012 | 73 notations | 

[springboard type=”video” id=”558959″ player=”spnx001″ width=”720″ height=”405″ ] Insert sci-fi reference here.

To Boldly Flee, Part 4 (Spoony Commentary)

The Spoony One | Sep 21 2012 | 98 notations | 

[springboard type=”video” id=”558953″ player=”spnx001″ width=”720″ height=”405″ ] Oh god, this part. Not this part.

To Boldly Flee, Part 3 (Spoony Commentary)

The Spoony One | Sep 21 2012 | 51 notations | 

[springboard type=”video” id=”558867″ player=”spnx001″ width=”720″ height=”405″ ] The tale of how I’m in most of the movie, and yet in almost none of the movie!

To Boldly Flee, Part 2 (Spoony Commentary)

The Spoony One | Sep 16 2012 | 91 notations | 

[springboard type=”video” id=”554805″ player=”spnx001″ width=”720″ height=”405″ ] Finally! We can get down to the real business of seeing more Prick in this movie.

To Boldly Flee, Part 1 (Spoony Commentary)

The Spoony One | Sep 15 2012 | 351 notations | 

[springboard type=”video” id=”554803″ player=”spnx001″ width=”720″ height=”405″ ] Well, might as well get the awkward stuff out of the way, first. I never can dig a deep enough hole for myself.