Yeah this was a good documentary. I liked it alot. Can't stand Billy Mitchell though, not only is he a Grade A prick but I'm angry he has access to a time machine that allows him to go back to 1980 so he can go to a local barber shop and get his haircut to match the style of that time period. And his cronies are the biggest lames ever. What about his friend that went around telling everybody in the damn arcade that a kill screen from Donkey Kong was coming up.
With regards to Billy Mitchell, I highly suggest you look in to the untold story behind King of Kong. That "documentary" is so full of factual holes that it wouldn't stay afloat with a life boat. I won't list them all, but check these sites out.http://ascii.textfiles.com/archives/000574.htmlhttp://www.twingalaxies.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=86http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3165895
Out of all of those, check Issue #2 on Twin Galaxies forums. Steve Wiebe's high score of 1,006,000 points that was rejected? Well, what they don't tell you is that the next highest accepted score that the record reverted was owned by...Steve Wiebe. 947,200 is what he scored on June 30, 2003. He held that record for three years. The movie (and I use movie rather then documentary for good reason) makes you believe that Billy's score from 1982 was the one that the record went back to.
Which is still misleading, because even if Wiebe's score of 1,006,000 and 947,000 were thrown out, a little known power gamer by the name of Tim Sczerby actually had the next highest score. He scored 879,200 points on August 17, 2000 in Auburn, NY. Steve Wiebe actually broke Tim's record.
But the movie would have you believe Mitchell's score stood until Wiebe broke it at the end of the movie. If you really want to point at someone, point at that dickless fuckhead Brian Kuh. That's the real villain of the movie. That asshole really, really needs to get some sun. I hate that little bitch.
But I digress.
I just watched Feast
. What a fucking rockin' good time. I was entertained from beginning to end. It followed every horror movie rule, and also broke every horror movie rule. I was laughing the whole time. If ever there was a movie that needed a game, it would be Feast
11 out of 10. It has entered my top ten favorite all time movies.