nachos in the media

11:00 am on October 13, 2009 by Jon Poritsky Category: nachos in the media No Comments
'Cho-mmercials: We Love Nachos, But Not Like These Guys

After Señor Nacho’s revealing Advertising Investigation: Taco Bell, it got me thinking about what kind of commercials the “Mexican” chain might offer up. As you might imagine, it’s a treasure trove of hilarity which may make you throw up a bit in your mouth.


4:22 pm on October 7, 2009 by Jon Poritsky Category: nachos in the media No Comments
Lessons of Blart: If You Can't Take the Heat

I’m not gonna pretend that Paul Blart: Mall Cop is a good film worth checking out, but a friend recommended this scene for the “Nachos in the Media” column. Blart certainly illustrates a common problem about ‘cho-fficianados.


2:31 pm on September 29, 2009 by Jon Poritsky Category: Featured, nachos in the media 1 Comment
'Cho-mmercials: So Wrong, But So Edible

Last week, we took a look a classic nacho movie moment. Stepping away from edible cinema, we’ll move into TV commercials this week and see what exactly American advertisers want to pass off under the title, “nacho”. I have to say, in my extensive research, the word itself is applied to so many things that just shouldn’t exist.


11:12 am on September 21, 2009 by Jon Poritsky Category: Featured, nachos in the media 1 Comment
The Debate Over Nachos Stuck Together

Love, murder, kidnapping, Neil Diamond, cursing nuns and that guy from Tenacious D are just a few of the components that make up the acquired taste humor of Dennis Dugan’s 2001 Saving Silverman. Oh yeah, and nachos.