The Internet is a funny place, and when you spend every day looking at it, it’s easy to turn into a hater. So we just want to make it clear that what may come across as “hate” in these posts, is actually “love” in Internet terms. Oscar Wilde once said, “the only thing worse than being talked about, is not being talked about,” and remember those wise words as you dive into this week’s rejects, loosely based around the joyous occasion of opening day.
Zombie Death Crew and Cats of Anarchy at Mammoth Opening Day
Wild Mountain Opening Weekend from Mooveee Productions
This video was sent with a disclaimer, “beginning 20 isn’t entertaining, bear with us.” Well kids, they say most people lose interest in videos on the internet in the first 10 seconds actually, so next time, maybe just cut that shit out.
Hirschy Labs A Basin Opener
We’ve been sitting on this one for awhile now, not really wanting to subject our friends at Hirschy Labs to the inevitable Internet hate that comes with downbox edits. But really seemed like it would be the icing on the cake for this here post, so enjoy. (And also don’t miss the premiere of Real As it Gets tonight, we keep hearing about it on facebook.)
The Buck Hunters must not have been too offended about being rejected last week, cause they sent in another edit. Though it’s not technically “opening day,” Remembrance Day is still a special occasion. And in this they really show off their Canadian-ness, as they celebrate the holiday, which we assume is much like our Veterans Day. It looks like this week they figured out how to export, but damn, clean your lens!
We’ve started getting specific requests to have videos appear in this section, so even though this isn’t Opening Day (or even recent) we figured we’d throw it in. What’s wrong with this video you may ask? Well, it’s a teaser for a movie that’s never going to come out. Next time dudes, just call it an edit.
That’s the best of the worst for this week. I know what you’re thinking. No Tranny Finders! Well, after what we did to them on Thursday, we figured it would be nice to give them a week off. See, we have a heart. Sort of.