When I woke up this morning, I was greeted by a very nice e-mail that stated my negative review of the “Stuttering” John Melendez film “One, Two, Many” was read by Howard Stern on the air minutes ago.
I thought the guy was kidding.
Turns out Stern did indeed read my review of the film, and it went...OK. Personally, I think the whole situation is hilarious, and there’s small part of me that loves the discomfort the review created in a room brimming with sensitive performers. It drives Colin Quinn nuts, and that tickles me greatly. However, problems come when Howard doesn’t identify me by name (a bummer) and fumbles the source of the review (it’s NOT Amazon).
If the review seems harsh and “cruel,” you should try sitting through the actual film. I was being as nice as possible when I wrote my critique. That John Melendez is not an actor.
Now, since I have no idea how to record off satellite radio, and the world of torrents is like the Da Vinci Code to me, I had to employ my handy voice recorder to snatch the audio this morning. The sound is crude, but it gets the point across.
Update: Now with better audio!
Also, the language is harsh, so fair warning. NSFW!