• Hey there, lovers of fine art! My name is Noel Anderson but folks generally call me Scotch. I have an insatiable love of B-movies and blame much of who I am upon their influence. I've been a cartoonist for many years and Goof Roof continues to be my toehold in cyberspace. I’ve illustrated and written for numerous humor publications such as CRACKED, HUSTLER and HUSTLER HUMOR, JOKESTER, and THWAK magazines. Seduction Cinema Comics Group published my comic books, Play-Mate of the Apes and SpiderBabe. I worked as a radio personality for close to two decades in good ol’ Fargo, ND and enjoy creating musical and audio parodies in addition to my comic satires, and I'm currently co-editing a magazine called ART RIOT. So, go on… what are you waiting for? Check out the gallery and enjoy everything that’s goofy under one roof. Indeed, that’s why we’re here, my friends! Need to get a hold of me.?

With the fifth installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise in theaters, comparisons are going to be inevitable when discussing The Asylum’s latest, 200mph. From the get-go, director Cole S. McKay unleashes a high-octane, albeit smaller-budgeted attack in the same vein as F&F, but the look of the film is every bit as polished and slick. However, instead of Vin Diesel we get Jaz Martin as a young, college-bound guy who falls into the fast-paced world of underground street racing when his older brother eats it at the hands of Kayce…he’s the evil one. By the way, this flick is filled to the brim with fast cars…and strippers. Seriously, you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting a stripper in this movie and I mean that in the nicest way possible. The lead character’s girlfriend is a stripper. His mom is a stripper. Heck! If you like furious displays of vehicular fury and strippers then this movie is a win win for you. Now, to be fair, not EVERY female in this movie is a stripper. Hennelly Jimenez, the actress who plays the brilliant mechanic with a heart of gold and a midriff that’s meant to be bared is a real dynamo. Same goes for Paul Logan, who you’ll remember from such Asylum classics as Mega Pirhana and The Terminators. 200 MPH is out on dvd now. Check it out from The Asylum.

2 Responses to “200 MPH Dvd Review”

Wow. You LIKED 200 MPH? What a steaming pile of dog vomit that’d been eaten twice that movie was. Low-budget is one thing. Complete disrespect for the genre and its fans is another. And I skipped most of the scenes that weren’t races, simply because the total lack of believability in any of the dialogue. Yikes. Check out “Dead Snow” if you’re looking for a lower-budget movie that sucks substatially less. Be Well!


Ha ha! I must have a higher level of tolerance than you, Jonathan…guess I wasn’t looking for an abundance of believability in the dialogue. But yes, I loved “Dead Snow” a bunch! Nothing better than nazi zombies! Thanks for checking out the site.

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