When was the last time you enjoyed THE ROOM game? This phenomenal tribute to the best/worst movie in the universe is a stunning achievement. You too can be a poor soul trapped within those four rose-colored walls of despair. Be a part of the madness as you look for clues to a mystery no one understands. Will you get to the bottom of the spoons? Will anyone?
The Room tribute game is a fan’s dream. The game is available at Newgrounds and was programmed by Tim Fulp. It’s a flash game so puts those iPads and iPhones away and crank up your computer to join in the 8-bit fun.
Play the full game here and kiss your afternoon goodbye!
Even if you haven’t watched The Room, as many people a decade after its release haven’t, it’s entirely possible, without knowing who he is or why anyone cares, that you’ve seen its director/writer/star/producer Tommy Wiseau’s twisted face at least in meme-form, frozen in time as he shouts into space, “You are tearing me apart, Lisa!”
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Ten years ago, in June 2003, a small independent film with a terrible script, a no-name director, and a cast of unknowns opened for a short run in Los Angeles. It was panned by the few critics who saw it and closed two weeks later, having grossed $1,800. But the film had something that set it apart. For while there are plenty of bad movies, there are no movies that are bad in all the ways The Room is bad. It suspends all normal rules of drama. Conflicts are introduced and then disappear instantly. Characters experience rapid mood swings, and everyone speaks in a weird brand of English filled with bizarre idioms. (“Keep your stupid comments in your pocket!”) The sex scenes are scarier than the scary scenes.
The Room is a lot like a chameleon. It can be many things to many people. Here are two awesome remixes of Wiseau’s great masterwork.
The Room- Horror Style
Did you ever wonder what it would be like if Denny was a psychopath? Wait…he is. Okay, this one may not be a huge stretch but it sure shows Denny at his most dangerous.
The Room – Full House Mashup
Johnny didn’t always have it so rough. Before times got tough, he was part of a pretty happy family. Life was sure good in San Francisco with his buddies Jesse and Joey.
Our good friends at Wired had a great article celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Tommy Wiseau’s masterpiece. When do you first remember seeing the film? Thank you, Tommy, for 10 years of hilarity. Let’s see Tennessee William’s do that!
‘The Room’ is 10 Years Old, and It’s Still Gloriously Terrible
I loped down the theater steps, tailed by several friends, as a giant, pulsating mass of theatergoers shouted at decibel levels that, along with the adrenaline pumping through us, rendered the movie inaudible. As we reached the bottom, we spotted several other audience members scavenging a graveyard of plastic spoons, which had been thrown at the screen whenever a picture of a spoon appeared in a scene. As I stuffed precious ammunition into my pockets, heinous cries of “Spoon whore!” and “We don’t want your kind around here!” poured in from the front row. Everyone began beaming their spoons at us. We were showered with spoons. “Good, more ammo for me,” I thought greedily, and giggled maniacally. I couldn’t wipe the grin off my face. Never in my life have I been so happy to be called a spoon whore.
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From Entertainment Weekly!
What do you do when you’ve appeared in one of the worst films ever made? Why, write a book about it, of course!
Okay, so that’s not what usually happens. But there is very little which could be considered “usual” about the infamous, so-bad-it’s-amazing 2003 film The Room, one of whose stars, Greg Sestero (“Oh, hi Mark!”), has now penned a book called The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made.