Rather than try to explain this trailer, I'll let the movie's website1 do the talking for me:
High school student Dawn works hard at suppressing her budding sexuality by being the local chastity group's most active participant... A stranger to her own body, innocent Dawn discovers she has a toothed vagina when she becomes the object of violence.
I'm all for going to see a movie about Vagina Dentata, but the critics are already tearing this film apart. I'm talking, of course, about the vicious panning the trailer has received in the comments on YouTube:
"rofl, ok so she has a evil vagina? rofl nasty, maybe she has herpe's" - justintfan
"she has teeth on her pussy lips or .... what?" - assjockey28
"MAH VA JAY JAY IS EATIN MEH!!!!" - Swifted17
I think they're being needlessly harsh on this flick. Remember when There's Something About Mary came out and everyone was freaking out about the infamous semen scene? Now there's a wad in someone's hair in pretty much every movie that comes out. Teeth could - no, WILL - do for Vagina Dentata was Mary did for money shots. Factor in the current superhero trend that's going on and, if nothing else, you've got an awesome new female villain for pretty much every 2008 summer blockbuster.
1 Yes, this is a real movie, and yes, it was screened at the Sundance Film Festival.
Ask A Cracked BloggerMy soon-to-be stepdaughter has been pestering me for a pony ever since her mother and I announced our engagement. While I'd do (almost) anything to make her feel welcome in our new family, I really don't want the responsibility of tending to a large animal. To further complicate matters, we live in Manhattan, which would mean that I'd have to rent a country home which we'd be obligated to frequent. I've never played the "family man" before, and I fear that this equestrian commitment may be jumping the gun a bit. How can I convince her (and my wife) that this is an unwise investment without coming off as uncaring?
Pony Opposed Parent
Isn't it interesting how kids always decide they want unbelievably high-priced gifts right after you tell them that you're going to marry their mothers? Your soon-to-be stepdaughter is trying to take you for a ride, POP, and I'd encourage you to go along with it and let her do just that.
Purchase a riding saddle, bridle, put both of them on and have your soon-to-be wife wrap you up like a present. It will be difficult to hold the position for long, but try to be on all fours for maximum effect. There will be tears shed when she unwraps you, POP, but they will dry up in time, and when they do, she will reluctantly mount you and ride you around the living room, sullen and defeated.
But then she'll make peace with it, POP, and in time she'll even learn to enjoy it. In no time at all she'll be riding you sidesaddle, jumping you over the couch and brushing your long, luxurious mane like you're a prize-winning Shetland. Eventually she'll forget you're NOT a pony, POP, and you'll have fulfilled her wish for the measly price of a saddle and bridle (and when she grows up, you can use these to decorate your "man" room).
It works out great in the long-term for both of you, POP: You could probably use the exercise, and the resulting deep-seeded father issues it will instill in your stepdaughter will keep her away from boys well into her adulthood.
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