Does the Nostalgia Critic use running gags in his reviews?
The Nostalgia Critic tends to use running gags throughout his reviews. However, most are often self-contained to the one video. These include (but are not limited to)…
Why does Nostalgia Critic hate Doug so much?
Comically, Nostalgia Critic acts defenseless as a victim of the NOT line, as well as noting how childish the card is. The Nostalgia Critic has a huge hatred for the 90’s TV Nicktoon Doug.
Why does the Nostalgia Critic Scream cat?
Introduced in End of Days, The Nostalgia Critic screams “CAT!” whenever a failed jump scare appears, like a cat jumping out. Introduced in Lost in Space, Dr. Spider Smith (played by Doug Walker) appears and talks about his plans of world domination and spiders, which annoys The Nostalgia Critic.
What does it mean when Nostalgia Critic points his finger?
Sometimes, when the Nostalgia Critic gets aroused, he points his left index finger in a manner that suggests he is getting an erection. Zuul, Motherfucker, ZUUL! The gag refers to The Gatekeeper Zuul, a Terror Dog from the Ghostbusters movie franchise.
What movies will Nostalgia-Ween review?
The Critic will conclude Nostalgia-Ween reviewing House of Wax (2005). The Critic will continue Nostalgia-Ween reviewing The Addams Family (2019). The Critic will conclude Nostalgia-Ween reviewing Silver Bullet (1985). The Critic will review Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010) as part of Freakshow Cinema.
Why does the Nostalgia Critic use the Slo-Mo face?
The Nostalgia Critic uses this for scenes that are (possibly) supposed to be funny, but just come off as either creepy, disturbing, or just plain damn weird. James and the Giant Peach (he wonders if Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker, the Hag sisters, use the slo-mo face for their e-mail greetings.)