PLUG: The Bargain Bin Review: Taking on the Movies No One Else Will Touch

by Jay Cluitt · July 19, 2016 · Plugs · 2 Comments

VINTAGE LAMB MEMBER RELEASES COLLECTION OF MOVIE REVIEWS

 VIA VINTAGE MEDIA

“BOOK” NOW ON SALE

LITTLE FALLS, NY (July 18, 2016) – Shortly after Independence Day in the United States, long-time LAMB member Nolahn has announced his independence from the blogosphere with the release of The Bargain Bin Review: Taking on the Movies No One Else Will Touch at a press conference held on the steps of City Hall earlier today.

Bargain Bin
This latest iteration of the Bargain Bin Review (LAMB #380, site now defunct) comes in “book” format, which Nolahn described as “a series of paper pages with words printed on them.” These papers are reported to be sandwiched between thicker “cover” pages and bound together.

“That’s how our forefathers did it and our forefathers before them, by gum!” Nolahn announced before shaking his fist at some neighbor kids.

The Bargain Bin Review contains 90 reviews of bad movies, ranging from famously bad (such as Plan 9 From Outer Space and Battlefield Earth) to obscure (such as Zarkorr! The Invader and Karate Dog). Each section within the book is separated by a short autobiographical excerpt, tracking the events in Nolahn’s life that led him to focusing on bad movies.

Nolahn has been working on the book since the closing of the website Your Face (LAMB #1500) at the end of 2015. The Bargain Bin Review is currently on sale through CreateSpace (https://www.createspace.com/6066245) and through online retailer Amazon. The book is listed under the alias “Scot Nolan,” as all of Nolahn’s family members insist on calling him.

This morning’s press conference lasted 30 minutes, though much of it was interrupted by the noise of construction just outside City Hall. Nolahn fielded a number of questions, including whether he had spare change and how he keeps his hair so thick and luxurious.

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2 Responses to PLUG: The Bargain Bin Review: Taking on the Movies No One Else Will Touch

  1. Dr. NotNolahn says:

    Wow! This book sounds amazing! I was about to walk into surgery, but that lung transplant can wait — I gotta buy myself a copy right now!

  2. Chauncey McAlsonotnolahn says:

    This book is the best! Not only is it good fun, but after reading it my acne cleared up and I found a $20 bill stuffed between my couch cushions. Thanks Nolahn!

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