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The Bargain Bin of Oblivion

I've just discovered a rich new vein of low-budget, tacky nightmare:


Clips such as this come from the Bargain Bin of Oblivion YouTube channel:

http://www.youtube.com/user/BargainBinofOblivion

There's a related blog thing:

http://www.everythingisterrible.com/

The tagline runs, "If everything is terrible, then nothing is."

What we have to recognize is this. Thanks to the techniques of degradation it is creating and perfecting, a materialistic mode of thought, in our time, is showing itself capable of bringing into being a world which more and more tends to verify its own materialistic postulates.

- Gabriel Marcel
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