Sad that James thinks something like this is good. 11. Seriously though, the fact that one intentionally tries to make a cult film is the very reason a movie like that will never actually be one. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Kyle doesn't seem that interested in games, and he seems pretty introverted though, so it's far more likely that he just felt that the whole thing didn't suit him. In the Spider-Man episode he played the title character. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. I liked Jekyll and Hyde and Mimal the Elf, but I only watched Astro Bastards once and never again. James just made those trailers for fun, not to make full movies out of them. User account menu. Looking for some great streaming picks? In the Fester's Quest episode, he plays Cousin Itt whilst composing a parody version of the Addams Family theme song. They have one child. its all 5th power chords F5 G#5 G5 C5 Eb5 F5* Db5 e|-----| B|-----| G|-----| D|-----5---8---10---6--| A|- I can't stand that fake angry yelling voice James has used for the past 7-8 years in AVGN videos. Fantasia 2014 Interview: James Rolfe on ‘Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie’, Adventure Time and the Angry Video Game Nerd, ANGRY VIDEO GAME NERD: THE VIDEO GAME (video game), Costume Face-Off: Different Versions of Spiderman, Marvel Female Versions of Male Superheroes, What Was I Thinking? He also portrays the " Guitar Guy " character in the webshow. Justin has acted in five episodes. In the Spider-Man episode he played the title character. In the Ikari Warriors episode, the Guitar Guy had died because the Nerd had forgotten to feed him. Log in sign up. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Angry Video Game Nerd Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. I actually quite liked this video. The Making of The Angry Video Game Nerd, Flying Fuckernauts vs. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the TheCinemassacreTruth community, Continue browsing in r/TheCinemassacreTruth. Justin improvises a whole song in this episode titled: "Where Did Their Hair Go?". A place to openly discuss all things Cinemassacre / AVGN that the /r/TheCinemassacre mods don't want you talking about. It’s clear James has more fun making cheesy horror videos than pumping out more AVGN vids. The cinematography is pedestrian, the dialogue is paper thin, the jokes are just dumb, and if this is any indication of the horror movie that he is supposedly making (I don't think it is, but I don't think he will ever make one anyway) then prepare for another feature length pile of disappointment. It's the style James loves after all. Replaced by Slobs. To be honest I don't think lowbrow humour is inherently bad, with good enough writing and audivisual content backing it up, it could work. Stuff like this, Jekyll & Hyde video game movie trailer and Mimal the Elf are more of what I want James and co to keep doing. Such a shame. Kyle Justin is the composer of the Angry Video Game Nerd Theme for the AVGN series. Since then, Kyle helped out behind-the-scenes in some of the AVGN episodes, being credited for the creation of the set used in the Sega Activator Interactor Menace episode, the fake wall used in the Mega Man Games episode and the 13 Dead End Drive set used in the Board James episode Nightmare. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Kyle Justin is known for his work on The Angry Video Game Nerd (2004), Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014) and Board James (2009). A dumb unfunny premise based on a dumb unfunny line from another video. If Kyle and Doug didn't talk like they were actually the products of generations of cross breeding and if they spent like more than 15 minutes per set, this could be funny. Since the Battletoads episode, Justin was given his own persona as the Angry Video Game Nerd's "Guitar Guy" who lives behind his couch, and plays and sings his theme song. He took a hiatus from AVGN to devote himself full-time as a husband and father in 2009. The guitarist later appears as a playable character in Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures. He also portrays the "Guitar Guy" character in the webshow. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Even the worst sets in post-dream phone Board James look better than this, I guess Kyle should have built the sets instead of acting. He has been married to Mackenzie Mady since 2008. The Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures 2: ASSimilation, The Angry Video Game Nerd Theme by Dustin Aßmuteit, TRAILER - Spiderman - Angry Video Game Nerd, Transcripts of 2008 Angry Video Game Nerd Episodes, Transcript of AVGN Episode Batman (Part 2), Transcript of 2010 Angry Video Game Nerd Episode Back to the Future Trilogy, https://avgn.fandom.com/wiki/Kyle_Justin?oldid=30040. What are you talking about? Not a fan of this video. When the Nerd needed someone to play Ikari Warriors with him, he found the Guitar Guy's skeleton behind his couch, holding a guitar and wearing a hat. Originally he was just the guy who played the intro music, so it's cool that they had him as a guest in more videos. Kyle Justin is also a musician, and some of his non-Nerd songs have been recorded on YouTube by Cinemassacre. He also made a parody version of the Nerd's theme for the Nostalgia Critic's review of Bebe's Kids for the SNES. Justin has acted in five episodes. [2] Justin also appeared in TGWTG Team Brawl, assisting the Nerd. In the Bugs Bunny's Crazy Castle episode, Bugs Bunny destroys the Nerd's couch, leaving the Guitar Guy to assist the Nerd in facing Bugs. Kyle Justin is the composer of the Angry Video Game Nerd Theme for the AVGN series. His skeleton appears in the Schwarzenegger Games episode along with his guitar [1], and the skeleton is seen standing up in the Dark Castle episode.