This next submission comes from Matt over at Heartbreaking Cards. He's been in the running once or twice before, and this year I think he's got a real shot at it.
We're starting off with a trio of cards in the style of 2009 Topps American Heritage, which itself borrows in part from '75 Topps. Everything you are about to see comes from the most excellent documentary, American Movie. Many of the parts of this movie were shot very close to where I grew up. I'm talking like across-the-street close. Some of Mark's early Super 8 movies were filmed in the Valhalla cemetery, which I often used as a shortcut to my friends' houses. The liquor store they go to was also the one my dad shopped at. RAY-DEN'S has since been replaced by something else, but I remember it fondly.
When you score a cabinet to bust someone's head through it, make sure you're thorough enough.
Has great stories about acid.
"It's alright, it's okay. You have something to live for, JESUS TOLD ME SO."
-Own the MST3K DVD. Too bad there's no Torgo card.
-Haven't seen it.
-Have seen it, own the DVD from the MST3K boxed set Vol. 1.
-Saw it on DVD with friends, will probably never watch it again.
-Finally saw Plan 9 earlier this year on another website's movie night, complete with chat room. Also, I think his name should be Tor, not Thor.