Happy Malentine’s Day! And were it not Malentine’s Day, this post would have been titled “Grill Hard 2: Grill Harder”, of course. Naturally. Can we all just take a second to appreciate how brilliant that tagline is? Die Hard 2: DIE HARDER. So good. I don’t know who came up with that, but for now I’ll just assume it was Renny Harlin. I’m not even joking, I love that tagline. “Electric Boogaloo” is the only thing that even comes close, in my opinion, and I honestly don’t know which one is better. Probably “Die Harder”.
Part four is here and its all about the boyzzz! Cars will be raced, beers will be drunk and chrome domes will clash, so lets get started. We pick up on the gang keeping tabs on our man Hobbs. Hobbs seems to be in deep thought though. Perhaps wondering what he’s gonna do when his head inevitably grows too big for these types of portraits. Amputation is not an option.
It’s also not an option to say no to guest writing this post. Nick is here to shed some more light and extra turtle wax on those chrome domes. Get your sunglasses ready.
Meet Ozone (aka Adolfo ‘Shabba-Doo’ Quinones), the funkiest and freshest streetdancer in LA. Him and his friend Turbo (aka Michael ‘Boogaloo Shrimp’ Chambers) are gonna stop, pop and lock their way into grill infamy! But before they do that, they have to break with the likes of Franco the dance instructor and rival streetdancers Electro Rock. So sit back and be prepared to get served….amazing grillz that is!
I thought about calling this one “Hard Scorn 2: Scorn Harder”, but decided to just play it safe. I hope to grill it properly in the future, but for now, enjoy this guerilla glimpse at Gran Torino.
Well, last year’s Malentine’s Day was certainly lacking, but I hope to make up for that with this year’s installment. Previously, we have been graced by the grills of The Great Chuck Norris, President Arnold Schwarzenegger (a guy can dream, can’t he?), and his Hairyness, The Emperor of Asia, Sensei Steven Seagal. This will be our fourth Malentine’s Day together. Now, the traditional gift would be fruit or flowers; the modern gift, appliances. Keeping that in mind, I proffer to you, from the bottom of my heart, The Genie of Death, he who grants not three Death Wishes, but five, the late Sir Charles Bronson. His first gift to you is titled, “The grill before the storm.”
The year is 1998, the day is Halloween and the movie is H20, it being 20 years after the first movie. Clever. Michael Myers has of course returned, but this time he’s brought with him the ability to cause some massive grillz.