I didn't think there were any of these left...
Oh sweetie, aren't you just the most adorable thing. We have a LOT to talk about...
It took me three read-throughs to realize he wasn't merely taking the first movie too seriously. He actually thought it was non-fiction.
This is the sort of comic that you read incorrectly the first few times because what's actually said is so dumb that your brain reinterprets it as something less dumb in a vain attempt to preserve your sanity.
The entire reason for the success of that movie was because of millions and millions of people exactly like him. Had this conversation more time than I care to recall.I just didn't know it extended into future generations.
this is actually another real found footage about a different group of kids that actually died in real life. friggin kids won't stop screwing with the witch.
Should we tell him about Santa and the Easter Bunny?
No no. Don't tell him. Just let him dream.
My brother and his buddies were actually planning a trip to Maryland to investigate the incident when the first movie was getting released. I convinced them it was indeed fiction thus saving him a trip and we planned to go see the movie together. Instead of just the pair of us dudesing it up and catching a flick it turned into this big group thing and afterwards I ended up outside the theater having to explain to some of the younger people in the group that it was fiction. Still not sure I convinced a few of them.
Yeah, it wasn't non-fiction like that movie about Matt Damon getting stuck on Mars....
Dear god, how can there still be people like this wondering around SEVENTEEN years later?!
*Wandering. Glass houses.