I watched “Spun”, the answer to 5 Alive, and it sent me into a short downward spiral. Crazy confused nightmares of Brittany Murphy stripping while John Leguizamo was half-and-half between Empire and Moulin Rouge. Meth smoke was making clouds that Ron Jeremy was using to bang out the green Absinthe fairy and stuff. Anyway, needless to say…i’m glad i’m back.
Now I can deal out another chance for a Free Ron Jeremy Autographed poster
I will give you fair warning on this one, because I feel it might have gone under even people who have seen this movie’s radar. This is another one from way back in the 80′s, but it’s after Ghostbusters.
Congrats to Austin Zerkle on winning the Quadrilogy!
The correct answer was indeed “Reindeer Games” as Prisoner #1. Increased difficulty makes for awesome photo hints! Unfortunately, I can’t get my hands on any imagery from this cameo. Although, if you look up the credits for this movie…Ron Jeremy is very high on the list. As he should be
Yet another autographed Ron Jeremy 8×10 sent to a happy fan!
This week’s “Ron Jeremy Was In That?” is set to pick your brain just as hard. Good Luck and Godspeed!
We have three winners now in the “Ron Jeremy Was In That?” contest, and there are a ton more autographs to be won.
The answer to Part 3 was indeed “Toxic Avenger 4: Citizen Toxie”. Ron Jeremy played the mayor and had a fairly long portion of face time in comparison to our previous two film answers. Ron has had a great relationship with Troma during his career, and even made an appearance at Comic Con to roast Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma Entertainment. If I were playing this game, I would keep Troma Entertainment in the back of my mind for further answers (wink wink).
Ron Jeremy was indeed in Quentin Tarantino’s “Killing Zoe”. Although he simply sits behind a desk silent and gets blasted with a shotgun, there’s no mistaking “The Hedgehog” in a film. Well, maybe if Stan Van Gundy were to start making main stream cinema cameos. Anyway, we now have 2 winners and a whole stack of autographs waiting to be claimed. Now that you have the idea, it’s time to up the difficulty.