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schlockmeisters

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  • n. Plural form of schlockmeister.

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Examples

  • Washington moralists took on the trash TV schlockmeisters.

    Missed Manners Edition

  • But, if you understood what drove him, you could appreciate how he wrung the most out what little he had to work with; something megabucks schlockmeisters like Steven Spielberg and George Lucas could learn much from.

    CRITERION: SHOCK CORRIDOR | Obsessed With Film

  • After all, there is nothing that these heartless, dead-eyed schlockmeisters couldn`t degrade and debase, and the notion of them turning Bill Hicks into a movie caricature…verily my stomach doth become buoyant.

    Bill Hicks – The Movie That Never Should Be « INTERSTELLAR TACTICS

  • The schlockmeisters at American International Pictures made a Vincent Price movie out of Verne's rehash: 1000 Misspent Hours -- 'Master of the World' ... 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea in a zeppelin ...

    View from the Northern Border

  • Certainly this has to be the only film from those reliable schlockmeisters Mario F.

    Friday, March 31, 2006

  • What differentiates Mr. Corman from more dedicated schlockmeisters like William Castle and Jess Franco is his almost unshakable sobriety.

    NYT > Home Page

  • He wants to show us how the tactics of horror schlockmeisters can give rise to art.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • So are Hollywood schlockmeisters already racing to get the first movie on the air?

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • Keep punching -- you can tear down the schlockmeisters; you're immune from the "Scarlet Letter" -- R for racist -- if you play it right; meaning, don't let anger get the better of you; obviously, you are a good and loving person, and to be tarred, even obliquely, must be infuriating.

    American Thinker

  • Wilson had one of the all-time voices - operatic, powerful (maybe a little too much so), bright, with clear articulation (Interestingly, Jackie Wilson would probably have been more popular in the forties instead of the sixties.) - and an exciting stage presence, but worked for schlockmeisters Brusnwick instead of Motown or Stax and was thus out of place in the Soul era.

    Asymmetric

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