HoosierCat Posted April 20, 2004 Report Share Posted April 20, 2004 [cue deep-voiced movie preview announcer's voice] This fall, opening exclusively in the Greater Foxboro area, the definitive remake of the 1993 cult classic, "The Curse of the Bungals Tomb!"Veteran running back Corey Dillon, in a role made famous by Norman "Boomer" Esiason and since played by such luminaries as Dan "Big Daddy" Wilkinson and Takeo "TKO" Spikes, plays a heralded and allegedly skilled veteran of the Cincinnati Bengals, the league's most downtrodden club. Breaking from more than a decade of losing, Dillon is miraculously traded to the defending world champion New England Patriots!But...will "The Curse of the Bungals Tomb!" strike again? Will Pats fans be forced to cry in their beers as hopes of a winning season vanish? Can anyone save the Champs from the deadly touch of...The Bungals Curse!!! Find out this fall...in a theater near Foxboro, Mass.! [end deep-voiced movie preview announcer's voice]Filmography of "Curse of the Bungals Tomb!":1993: Curse of the Bungals Tomb. Cult classic starring Norman "Boomer" Esiason, former Super Bowl QB traded to the New York Jets. Over his three seasons, the Jets would go 17-31, without a winning season or playoff appearance.1998: Curse of the Bungals Tomb: Big Duddy. Remake of '93 cult classic stars defensive lineman Dan "Big Daddy" Wilkinson, traded to the Washington Redskins in 1998. Over his five-year career in DC, the team would go 39-41, with only a single winning season. At the end of the movie, Wilkinson is dealt a fate worse than Cincinnati: Detroit.2003: Curse of the Bungals Tomb: Technical Knockout. Takeo "TKO" Spikes stars in this remake of the 1993 film, this time as a star linebacker traded to the Buffalo Bills. However, the Curse follows inexorably, leading the team to a Bungal-esque 6-10 record depite the defense's No. 2 overall standing.2004: Curse of the Bungals Tomb: Burger Boy. Set for release in September of 2004, this latest remake stars Corey "I'd rather flip burgers" Dillon as the star Cincinnati Bengals running back traded to the defending world champion New England Patriots. Will the curse finally be broken...or will it break the New England club? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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