||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (MIDMOVIEPJ)
Publisher: Medio Multimedia
The Bonkers, the Brilliant, the
See it all in this collection of the 100 best drive-in movie
Hang out with Gilbert Gottfried and former National Lampoon
editors, as you surf through memorable clips from the movies that sold more
popcorn than Orville Redenbacher.
Over 100 motion picture video clips put you in the driver's
seat at a motor-in movie palace. It's where you run the show, flipping through
movie memorabilia from The Blob to 1 Million Years B.C. to
King King vs Godzilla.
Movie Midnight Madness gives you all this:
- More than 100 full motion video clips
- National TV's outrageous movie host Gilbert
- Knockout comedy by ex National Lampoon editors
- Brain bashing quizzes and trivia with every clip
- Sound bites and video that will blow you away
- Hot color plus authentic black & white
- Look up directors, stars, aliens or mad doctors - any
which way. We don't care. It's easy and fun.
Hosted by Gilbert Gottfried
So you think you know movies? Get a clue! You're keeping
company with the whacked out and massively manic Gilbert Gottfried. So Midnight
Movie Madness will blitz you with comedy quizzes, and freaky facts. You'll be
in danger of becoming a Moviemaker yourself.
What's Your Scene?
Comedy? Horror? Whatever you like - Midnight Movie Madness
will deliver multiple megabytes of Robots, Pathos, Monsters, Madmen, Bazooms,
Blood, Rockets and also people flying around in capes and tight pants. Big
Stars who forgot they were ever in these movies, along with dozens of actors
and actresses you'll recognize on sight. (And if you can't remember their
names, you can bet Gottfried will).
It's a Double Feature times Fifty!
Imagine going to a movie where Frankenstein lived in
The House That Dripped Blood where he was Under Attack by the Crab
Monsters on The Day of the Triffids. No where but on Midnight Movie
Windows: 386SX or higher processor (486SX
recommended), 5 Mb of disk space, CDROM drive, VGA or better display (256
colors), Windows 3.1 or later, Speakers, sound card and mouse are highly
Older product but tested OK on Windows XP.
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