Oscar Wilde said, “The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.” The only thing worse than either of those two things is when people use YOUR name when they’re actually talking about someone else. Kinda like the people talking about Black Goat while actually watching another film called “Good Times Will Never Be The Same.” How somebody watches the trailer for Black Goat and then the other film, trading under our name and logo, and still thinks they have anything in common is completely beyond us. You have to be a special kind of moron to relate the two and even more special to go on IMDB and talk about it and rate it. Here’s something even more special, someone has actually gone to the trouble of mocking-up a DVD for our non-existent film. Ahh the douchery.
So if you come across a copy of a Black Goat feature film don’t bother watching it because a feature doesn’t exist. And if you download a copy of a film called Black Goat from any of the following sites then you’ve been had:
And if you watch the film and can’t figure out that it has nothing to do with the trailer that just pulled you in, and you hate it because it wasn’t anything like the trailer, and then you decide to rate it on IMDB because the sites listed above have a convenient link to OUR film, and you rate it like you hate it, well, thanks for nothing.
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