I know h ow to kill this immediately.
Debut it with either Janeane Garofalo or the Occupy Wallstreet protestors on the screen.
There’s such a thing as too much realism.
No thanks. I don’t need to smell blood when I kill something onscreen.
Smell Frenchies? No thanks.
I wonder how it would handle the “car scene” from “Hollywood Nights”?
My Daddy didn't have much use for the French. He served in World War II and always told me the only good military force they had was their Foreign Legion, made up of non-French.
But they did like their smells.
This, he said, was the difference between making Limburger cheese and blue cheese:
Blue cheese is made by hanging a sack of sour milk in the outhouse for two months.
Limburger is made by hanging a sack of sour crap in the milk house for two months.
From FOXNews' article "Epic Fails: Netflix Qwikster and 5 Other Products People Didn't Want"
"3. iSmell. A company called DigiScents came out with a concept for a gadget in early 2001 that would add smells to go along with the websites you visit and the emails you read. It was arguably a clever idea: Different odor modules within the device spat out bits of scent to create just the right smell. The problem? Who wants a stinky web page? PC World magazine named it one of the world's worst products."
This was attempted decades ago. The problem was the odor lingered long after the scene had changed. For instance, the scene showed a man frying bacon. The aroma of bacon filled the theater. Then the scene changed with the same man on a subway. But the theater goer could still smell the bacon.
“Blazing Saddles”. You know you want to see it with this.
And Bing Crosby's horse *still* hasn't come in!
well it would certainly force the networks to quit covering Occupy Wall Street in a New York minute...