The Strangest Video Game Show We've Seen This Month

Someone thought it would be a good idea to stick cult film director Tommy Wiseau, the man behind 2003's abysmal/awesome The Room, in front of a camera to play video games.

The results are about what you'd expect. The man does little but spend six minutes bewildered by the latest Mortal Kombat game. It's like Retro Game Master, only replace heart-warming humour and triumph with Wiseau's abysmal/awesome on-screen "presence".

You'll only need to watch the first minute to see if it's your thing or not.


Comments

    I havent watched it but it looked out of placed on machima youtube channel. i dont get what gaming have to do with movies, the movies are a failing media with movies overall crap and holywood creatively bankrupt at the moment. Gaming shouldnt be sucking so much to movies but should continue to surpass and do its own thing and watch movies suck up to games as they crawel though our better poperties looking for ideas to screw up.

    Its everything i've ever wanted in a games show that I had never thought of! Disappointed in the lack of horrible ADR. "I DID NAAAAAAHHHTTT".

    ... what. I want those six minutes back.

    D:

    Trufax: I am about to see The Room for the first time this Saturday. Should I be scared? :(

      You should be prepared. By which I mean have a bunch of friends there to watch it with, because it really is an experience best shared with others.

    Plot for next Saw movie:
    1. Invite people to room with promises of cake and pizza.
    2. Lock door and fortify tv and speakers.
    3. Force them to watch The Room.
    4. Hose blood down drain.

    People get paid for this...

    I want my 6 minutes back.

    whoa....it feels weird to have watch that without Wiseau talking out of sync!

    i very much enjoy that HAUUH. He should play a football game next time!

    "I was making an egg breakfast! This isn't my OUse!"

    What a trainwreck.

    This show is random and stupid. I LOVE IT!

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