Nuts To This Media is the video channel for theRossmanDotCom. You will find stupid shit that you never would have hoped to have ever found in your life here, and you will thank me for it. Below are all the videos in chronological order. Enjoy.
Take one part "Mystery Science Theater 3000," two parts "Drunk History," and add a pinch of "The Great British Bake Off" (Cupcake made us millionaire's shortbread, which was amazing), and you have "What the Hell Did I Just Watch?"
Is it original? Hell no! It's my friends and I getting drunk while watching a bad movie. Everybody and their brother has done this at some point, and we've been doing it for over 20 years ourselves. Was it fun to make? Yes. Why do you think I put this video together? It was a ball to make. I didn't even give two craps that I didn't have a proper camera (just used my laptop's shitty one with no good light source). But who cares? Join us as we watch the 2003 Scheiße-piece, Blood Rite... I mean Birth Rite.
Do you enjoy movies with people smaller than you in them? Sure, we ALL do! Then join me for a rewatching of one of the most surreal children's movies of all time to find out if Time Bandits is as good as I remember it from my childhood.
The original Vampire Hunter D (1985) movie is... something. At the time, it was deemed edgy, gory, cool, and, well, very 80s. Most noobs today have never seen it, and so I'll let you know whether this flick is a forgotten chunk of gold or a forgotten bag of wet trash meant to be forever buried in the Bog of Stench.
This is a step-by-step instructional video that will help you to teach your elders how to use modern technology without burning your house down. In this "how to" lesson, you will learn how to use patience, bribery, threats, and "Murder, She Wrote" in order to get your woman over 60 to become a master at using a computer!
It’s been over three decades since I’d first watched the sci-fi/horror flick known as Lifeforce. This 1985 movie scarred me deeply as a child and it stuck with me till this day. I decided that it was time to take another look at this terrifying movie and see if it holds up, especially after growing up a bit.
This is a review of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (the miniseries that started the great 30-minute animated toy commercial race of the 80s, and also the greatest American cartoon of all time). The glorious miniseries is honored, worshipped, and meticulously analyzed with an “adult” brain.
I originally wrote G.I. Joe versus Cobra and Physics back in 2001 or 2002 as a love letter for the animated series for my old website. I just figured that maybe it was about time I brought it to YouTube so that all you people who hate to read can finally enjoy it.
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