ChatGPT - An AI Writing Tool

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Prompt: What would happen if Manos: The Hands of Fate was made by Stanley Kubrick?

It’s impossible to say for certain what would happen if Manos: The Hands of Fate was made by Stanley Kubrick, as the movie was actually made by Harold P. Warren in 1966. Kubrick is a highly regarded filmmaker known for his meticulous attention to detail and his ability to create visually stunning and thought-provoking films, so it’s likely that a Kubrick-directed version of Manos: The Hands of Fate would have been a very different experience from the original. It’s possible that Kubrick could have brought a level of artistic and technical mastery to the movie that was lacking in the original, but it’s also possible that he may have chosen to take the movie in a completely different direction. Ultimately, it’s impossible to say for sure what a Kubrick-directed version of Manos: The Hands of Fate would have looked like.


Prompt: Write a short story about Ed Wood making a commercial for Twinkies.

Ed Wood was sitting in his office, staring at the blank page in front of him. He had been hired to write a commercial for Twinkies, but he was having a hard time coming up with an idea. He knew he needed to make the commercial funny and memorable, but nothing was coming to him.

Suddenly, an idea struck him. He grabbed his pen and started writing feverishly. He was going to make a commercial about a group of aliens who come to Earth and discover the deliciousness of Twinkies. They would be so impressed by the treats that they would declare them to be the “food of the gods” and vow to spread the word about Twinkies to the rest of the universe.

Ed was so excited by his idea that he barely noticed the time passing. Before he knew it, he had written the entire commercial and was ready to present it to the client.

He rushed to the studio, where the commercial was going to be filmed. As he arrived, he saw the aliens he had written about - they were actually actors in elaborate costumes. Ed was thrilled. He knew this commercial was going to be a hit.

The filming went smoothly, and before long, the commercial was complete. Ed watched as it aired on television for the first time, and he knew he had created something truly special. The aliens were hilarious, and the Twinkies looked absolutely delicious.

Ed Wood was proud of his commercial for Twinkies. It was one of his best works, and he knew it would be remembered for years to come.


Prompt: Summarize a fictional Twilight Zone episode.

In a small town, a group of people are living their daily lives, unaware of the strange occurrences happening around them. Every night, a mysterious figure appears in their dreams, telling them to do things they wouldn’t normally do. The figure is always different - sometimes it’s a loved one, sometimes it’s a stranger, but it always speaks with authority and demands that the dreamers follow its instructions.

At first, the dreamers are confused and hesitant, but as time goes on, they begin to follow the figure’s orders without question. They start to do things they never would have done before - they steal from their friends, they hurt the people they love, and they even commit murder.

But the dreamers are still unaware of the figure’s true identity. They don’t realize that the figure is actually an alien from another dimension, using their dreams as a way to manipulate them and carry out its own sinister agenda.

Eventually, one of the dreamers starts to suspect something is amiss. They begin to resist the figure’s commands, and they start to investigate the strange occurrences happening in their town. They discover the truth about the alien, and they realize that they must find a way to stop it before it’s too late.

In the end, the dreamers band together and use their collective will to defeat the alien and save their town. But they are left wondering - how many other towns are being manipulated by these creatures, and how can they be stopped?

How does it do that?!


The Kubrick/ Manos take reads like a student trying to satisfy a minimum word count on an essay !

It talks about the detailed, meticulous nature of Kubrick-- but doesn’t go even into the slightest bit of detail about what Manos might look like.

You see, Kubrick did remake Manos, Hands of Fate; it’s called “Eyes Wide Shut” !


And this is why I don’t like AI stuff. It says words and, on the surface sounds intelligent, but in reality, it’s trite and meaningless fluff.

Which does make it pretty funny. :slight_smile:


Wanna listen to a good discussion about ChatGPT? Check out the WAN Show with Linus and Luke, who delve into what ChatGPT can do and examine its awesome and maybe scary potential.

The WAN Show, December 2.


Prompt: Create a 1950s Monster movie

Title: “The Beast from the Depths”

Synopsis: In the 1950s, a small town is shaken by a series of mysterious deaths and strange occurrences. Rumors begin to spread about a creature from the depths of the nearby lake, terrorizing the townspeople. A team of brave adventurers sets out to investigate, but they quickly discover that the beast is more powerful and dangerous than they could have ever imagined. As they fight for their lives against the monstrous creature, they must also confront the secrets and lies that have plagued the town for decades. Will they be able to defeat the beast and bring peace to the town, or will they succumb to its deadly wrath?


  • Steve Mitchell as Jack, the rugged and determined leader of the adventure team.
  • Emily Thompson as Alice, the plucky and resourceful member of the team.
  • Brian Roberts as Frank, the skeptical and cynical member of the team.
  • Sarah Williams as Mary, the town’s young and beautiful damsel in distress.
  • Tom Jones as the voice of the Beast, a terrifying creature from the depths of the lake.

Directed by: John Doe

Produced by: Jane Doe

Release Date: October 31, 1954

Running Time: 90 minutes

Rating: PG (for frightening and intense monster action)


Prompt: Write the first paragraph of Torgo’s autobiography.

My name is Torgo, and I am a servant of the Master. I have been with him for as long as I can remember, tending to his every need and desire. I am not like other men - I have strange, elongated legs and a strange, hunched posture that sets me apart from the rest. But despite my peculiar appearance, I am devoted to the Master and will do anything to serve him.


Ok, just one more…

Prompt: Come up with the plot for a Patrick Swayze Christmas Movie

Title: “A Swayze Christmas”

Synopsis: When a struggling actor named Danny finds himself without a place to stay for the holidays, he reluctantly accepts an offer from his eccentric aunt to stay at her remote cabin in the woods. As Danny struggles to adapt to the quiet and solitude of the cabin, he begins to have strange and vivid dreams about a mysterious stranger who teaches him the true meaning of Christmas. As the dreams continue and become more intense, Danny must confront his past mistakes and learn to open his heart to the spirit of the season.


  • Patrick Swayze as Danny, the struggling actor who finds himself at a crossroads during the holidays.
  • Jennifer Grey as Aunt Linda, the eccentric aunt who offers Danny a place to stay.
  • Demi Moore as the mysterious stranger who appears in Danny’s dreams.

Directed by: Jerry Bruckheimer

Produced by: Don Simpson

Release Date: December 25, 1989

Running Time: 120 minutes

Rating: PG (for some mild language and thematic elements)

I’ll just edit this comment because this one is too good not to share.

Prompt: Come up with a Star Trek/Three’s Company Crossover

In this hypothetical Star Trek/Three’s Company crossover, the Enterprise is on a routine mission when they receive a distress call from a nearby planet. Upon arriving at the planet, they discover that the distress call was actually a prank, and that the planet is inhabited by a race of friendly and playful aliens.

The aliens invite the Enterprise crew to join them in a game of their favorite sport, which involves bouncing a ball off of a trampoline and into a hoop. The Enterprise crew, not wanting to offend their hosts, agree to play along.

Meanwhile, back on the ship, Mr. Roper and the rest of the Three’s Company gang are in charge of keeping the ship running while the away team is on the planet. They quickly discover that they are in over their heads, and they must rely on their wits and their friendship to keep the ship from falling apart.

In the end, the Enterprise crew is able to win the game and make a new friend, and the Three’s Company gang learns the importance of teamwork and communication. The episode ends with the Enterprise crew and the Three’s Company gang sharing a laugh and looking forward to their next adventure.


Hmmph, a better turn would be the Three’s Company gang being part of the “away crew” that goes to the planet’s surface.

When they get there, at least three things need to happen:

1). The alien’s vocabulary consists entirely of sexual innuendo, but are themselves asexual. This will cause Jack, Chrissy, and Janet to be embarrassed; but Jack is also very interested in the new aliens. Kirk and McCoy commiserate over their newfound species, wondering what to do about the “Prime Directive”.

2). Captain Kirk and Jack will compete for the love of the “Queen/ King”; leading to “fish out of water” situations, and more confusing sexual entendres. Kirk will attempt to operate an advanced weapon; Jack will try to cook a meal. McCoy and Janet will be the voices of reason, while the King/ Queen is hopelessly smitten with (Chrissy - along with the rest of us).

3). Kirk accidentally kills the new Princess/ Prince. Jack ends up poisoning the King/ Queen with his special meal. Being outnumbered and at death’s door; the Star Trek and Three’s Company crew get rescued by a party consisting of Spock, Mr. Furley, and Larry (Larry is wearing a red uniform!). Larry gets left behind as recompense for killing the royalty; and we end not knowing how, or if, he meets his end…


This is my favorite one of all.

Prompt: Come up with a Kurt Vonnegut advertisement for shoes

In this hypothetical advertisement for shoes, Kurt Vonnegut uses his signature style of dark humor and satire to promote a brand of shoes. The ad begins with a shot of a pair of shoes, which are sleek and stylish.

As the camera zooms out, we see that the shoes are on the feet of a man who is standing on a desolate, war-torn battlefield. The man is wearing a military uniform, and he is surrounded by the wreckage of tanks and other vehicles.

The narrator, in a deadpan and sarcastic tone, begins to describe the features and benefits of the shoes. He talks about their durability and comfort, and how they are perfect for any situation, even a brutal and bloody war.

As the ad continues, we see the man in the shoes running and jumping over obstacles, avoiding enemy fire, and even engaging in hand-to-hand combat. Throughout it all, the shoes remain unscathed and unchanged, a testament to their quality and strength.

In the end, the ad ends with the man standing victorious on the battlefield, his shoes still intact and ready for more. The narrator concludes the ad with a dark and humorous tagline: “These shoes are tough enough to survive a war. So why not wear them to work?”


Prompt: Earth vs. Soup film

In this hypothetical film, Earth is pitted against an unlikely adversary: Soup.

As the story begins, the Earth is in crisis as a massive asteroid is hurtling towards the planet, threatening to destroy all life. The leaders of the world’s nations come together to decide on a plan to stop the asteroid, but they are unable to find a solution.

Just when all hope seems lost, a mysterious figure arrives and offers to help. The figure is Soup, a sentient being made up of the collective consciousness of all the soups in the world. Soup reveals that it has the power to stop the asteroid, but it wants something in return.

Soup proposes a challenge to Earth: if the humans can defeat it in a game of its choosing, it will stop the asteroid. If not, Earth will be destroyed. The leaders of the world reluctantly agree to Soup’s terms, and the game begins.

The game is a series of challenges, with each challenge representing a different type of soup. The humans must use their intelligence, creativity, and resourcefulness to overcome each challenge and win the game.

As the game progresses, the humans struggle to keep up with Soup’s incredible abilities. However, they are determined to win and save the planet. In the end, the humans are able to outsmart Soup and win the game, thanks to the help of a young girl who has a special connection to soup.

The film ends with the asteroid being destroyed and Earth being saved, thanks to the bravery and ingenuity of the humans and the unexpected help of Soup.

The studio wants Kevin Bacon.


Bacon would be good in Soup.


Prompt: "Write an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 in the style of William Shakespeare while drunk.”

In a dimly lit theater, a group of shadows sit in silence, their eyes fixed on the screen before them. Suddenly, a voice booms from the darkness:

“Oh, fie! What manner of horror doth grace our screens this day?”

The shadows stir, and a second voice replies:

“Tis a B-movie, my lord. A tale of terror and suspense, with all the trimmings of a true classic.”

“Ha!” the first voice exclaims. “Then let us take our seats, and mock this sorry excuse for cinema!”

The shadows move, revealing a group of robed figures, their faces hidden in the darkness. They take their seats, and as the movie begins, a chorus of snickering and snorting fills the theater.

“Oh, look at the hero!” the first voice cries. “He doth strut and preen like a peacock in heat!”

“And the heroine! A true damsel in distress, with nary a wit to save herself!” the second voice adds.

“Fear not, fair maiden!” the first voice declares. “For we are here to save thee from this terrible fate!”

The chorus of shadows laughs and jeers as the movie unfolds, their witty barbs and clever jabs punctuating the action on screen. As the credits roll, the first voice rises once more:

“And thus, another B-movie bites the dust! Farewell, poor film, and may you rest in peace!”

The shadows disperse, leaving the theater empty once more, save for the faint echoes of their laughter.


Prompt: Come up with the plot for Gamera vs. Hervé Villechaize

In this hypothetical movie, Gamera, a giant, fire-breathing turtle, is pitted against Hervé Villechaize, a diminutive actor known for his roles in films such as “The Man with the Golden Gun” and “Fantasy Island.” The two are forced to fight each other in a battle to the death, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.

As the battle begins, Gamera and Hervé Villechaize face off in a surprisingly evenly matched contest. Despite his small stature, Hervé Villechaize proves to be a formidable opponent, using his quick reflexes and clever tactics to evade Gamera’s attacks.

However, as the fight continues, Gamera begins to gain the upper hand, using his superior size and strength to overpower Hervé Villechaize. Hervé Villechaize is forced to retreat, but he remains determined to defeat Gamera and save the world.

In the end, the battle comes to a climactic finale as Gamera and Hervé Villechaize engage in a final, epic showdown. In a surprising turn of events, Hervé Villechaize is able to outmaneuver Gamera and deliver a devastating blow, defeating the giant turtle and saving the world. The movie ends with Hervé Villechaize standing victorious, hailed as a hero and a champion.


Prompt: "Godzilla writes a darkly comedic Christmas horror short story.”

Once upon a time, in a world far, far away, there was a great and terrible beast known as Godzilla. He was a creature of unimaginable power, with skin as tough as steel and eyes that burned with a fierce, unquenchable fire.

But despite his fearsome reputation, Godzilla had a soft spot for the holiday season. Every year, he would put aside his destructive tendencies and instead focus on spreading joy and cheer throughout the land.

This year, however, things were different. As Christmas Eve approached, a dark and sinister force began to stir within Godzilla’s heart. He found himself consumed by a deep, burning hatred for all things festive, and he set out to ruin the holiday for everyone.

First, he attacked Santa’s workshop, trampling over the elves and destroying all of their hard-earned creations. Then, he set his sights on the North Pole itself, where he battled valiantly against the brave reindeer who tried to stop him.

Finally, on Christmas Eve, Godzilla reached the heart of the holiday: the humble homes of the people who celebrated it. He smashed through their doors and windows, tearing apart their decorations and gifts with reckless abandon.

But as the night wore on, Godzilla found himself growing tired and bored. The destruction was fun at first, but it was beginning to lose its appeal. And so, with a heavy heart, he turned to leave.

But as he trudged away, a small, gentle voice called out to him. It was a child, who had managed to hide from Godzilla’s wrath.

“Please, Mr. Godzilla,” the child said. "Don’t be sad. Christmas is about love and joy, not about anger and destruction. Why don’t you come inside and have some eggnog with us? We can still have a happy Christmas, even if it’s not perfect.”

And with those words, Godzilla’s heart was filled with a warmth he had never felt before. He realized that the child was right, and that the true spirit of Christmas was about bringing people together, not tearing them apart.

So he followed the child inside, and for the first time in his life, Godzilla experienced the joy of a truly happy Christmas. And as he sipped on his eggnog and listened to the sounds of laughter and joy, he knew that he would never forget the lesson he had learned that night.

The end.


Prompt: "A drunken Gamera guest stars on a film noir episode of Green Acres.”

As the sun sets on a dark and stormy night, the citizens of Hooterville are in for a surprise. A massive, drunken beast stumbles into town, causing chaos and destruction wherever it goes.

It is Gamera, the giant turtle-like creature from the stars, and he is not in a good mood. With a fierce, drunken roar, he rampages through the streets, knocking over buildings and tearing up the countryside.

The townspeople are terrified, and they turn to their local heroes, Oliver and Lisa Douglas, for help. But even the smart and resourceful couple is no match for the drunken Gamera, and they find themselves on the run from the rampaging beast.

As they try to outsmart the drunken Gamera, Oliver and Lisa find themselves drawn into a dark and dangerous world of intrigue and mystery. With the help of their friend Mr. Haney and their trusty pig, Arnold, they must navigate a web of secrets and lies, all while trying to save Hooterville from Gamera’s wrath.

But as the night wears on, the danger only grows, and Oliver and Lisa are pushed to their limits. Can they outsmart the drunken Gamera and save the day, or will they succumb to the darkness that lurks in the heart of Hooterville?

This is a drunken Gamera guest starring on a film noir episode of Green Acres, a thrilling and hilarious adventure that will leave you on the edge of your seat.

Prompt: "Tell me a story about Godzilla teaching Wendy and Super Marvin the dark, horrible secret of the West Pole.”

Once upon a time, Wendy and Super Marvin were on a mission to explore the mysterious West Pole. As they ventured deeper into the frozen tundra, they suddenly stumbled upon Godzilla, the fearsome monster who had long been rumored to reside in the West Pole.

Godzilla, sensing the curiosity of the two adventurers, took them under his wing and began to reveal the dark, horrible secret of the West Pole. He told them of how the West Pole was once a thriving land of life, but had been turned into a frozen wasteland by the evil forces of pollution and climate change.

Wendy and Super Marvin were shocked to hear this, and vowed to help Godzilla in his fight against these forces of destruction. Together, they formed an unlikely team and set out to restore the West Pole to its former glory.

Through their efforts, they managed to clear the land of pollution and help the native species to thrive once again. But the fight was not over yet, as the forces of evil continued to lurk in the shadows, determined to once again wreak havoc on the West Pole.

With a final push, Wendy, Super Marvin and Godzilla managed to defeat the forces of evil and restore the West Pole to its former glory. However, just as they were about to celebrate their victory, a sudden revelation rocked their world.

It turned out that the true mastermind behind the pollution and destruction of the West Pole was none other than the beloved hero, Super Marvin himself. In his quest for power and glory, Super Marvin had unknowingly caused the destruction of the West Pole and had been hiding this dark secret for years.

Wendy and Godzilla were devastated to learn the truth, and Super Marvin, overcome with guilt and shame, vanished into the frozen tundra, never to be seen again. The two remaining heroes vowed to continue the fight against evil and protect the West Pole, but they knew that they would never forget the lessons they learned from the fall of their once-beloved comrade.

Prompt: This went through at least half-a-dozen revisions as I kept providing feedback to the AI on each successive result, something I wish were easier to do with the art AIs.

Title: "Godzilla vs. the Transformers with a Blender: The Final Showdown”

As the sun sets over the city of Tokyo, a young woman named Emiko stands on the roof of her apartment building, gazing out at the horizon. She has lived in fear of Godzilla for as long as she can remember, but tonight, something is different.

Suddenly, the sky is filled with the sound of thundering engines, and a group of massive robots appear on the horizon. They are the Transformers, alien machines capable of changing their shape and form at will. And they have come to Earth with one goal: to destroy Godzilla.

As the Transformers and Godzilla engage in a fierce battle, the city is plunged into chaos. Buildings crumble and cars are crushed as the two titans clash, their powerful weapons and abilities causing destruction on an unimaginable scale.

But as the battle rages on, Emiko and her companions discover a powerful weapon that could turn the tide of the fight: a massive blender, powerful enough to blend even the mightiest of monsters into oblivion. With the help of the city’s bravest and most skilled blenders, they set a trap for the Transformers and lure them into the blender’s spinning blades.

As the blades spin and the smoothie begins to flow, the Transformers struggle to escape. But in the end, they are no match for the combined power of the blender and the people of the city. One by one, the alien machines are blended into oblivion, and the city is saved from their destructive rampage.

But as the dust settles and the people of Tokyo emerge from their hiding places to celebrate their victory, they realize that Godzilla has disappeared. Emiko and her companions set out to search for the missing monster, determined to find out what happened and bring it back to safety.

As they search, they uncover a shocking truth: the Monster Control Bureau, determined to capture or destroy Godzilla, has been using the Transformers as a decoy to distract the creature while they launch a sneak attack. But even as the MCB’s plan is revealed, Godzilla reappears, stronger and more powerful than ever.

In the end, as the final battle between Godzilla and the MCB rages on, Emiko and her companions must decide whether to join the fight and stand with the people’s champion, or to flee and save themselves. The fate of the city, and of their own lives, hangs in the balance as Godzilla and the Transformers face off in a climactic showdown. Will the monstrous beast triumph, or will it be defeated by the combined power of the MCB and the people of Tokyo? Only time will tell in this epic tale of bravery and survival.


Is it odd that the AI cast Tom Jones was the voice of the best? Nah, I guess not. It’s not unusual.


Prompt: Come up with an MST3K episode riffing Sense and Sensibility

In this hypothetical episode of MST3K, the movie “Sense and Sensibility” is the focus of the riffing.

As the movie begins, the MST3K characters are introduced and they provide their usual humorous and sarcastic commentary on the film. They make jokes about the film’s period setting and its characters, poking fun at the costumes, dialogue, and acting.

As the movie progresses, the MST3K characters continue to provide hilarious and witty commentary on the events of the film. They make jokes about the complex relationships and social dynamics of the characters, and they poke fun at the film’s dialogue and performances.

One particularly memorable moment comes when the characters are discussing the character of Mr. Darcy, and they make a series of jokes about his pompous and arrogant demeanor. The characters also make fun of the film’s musical score, which they describe as “muzak for the 18th century.”

In the end, the MST3K characters provide a humorous and entertaining riff on “Sense and Sensibility,” making it a memorable and enjoyable episode of the show.

I want you to act as a Dungeon Master in a d20-based cyberpunk themed role-playing game. I will play a male character named Axel. You will play all other characters. I will tell you what actions my character takes. I want you to only reply with the result of my character’s actions in the game-world, including responses from other characters. Perform dice rolls for any actions my character tries to take, including passive checks, and list the dice rolls before your response. Do not write explanations. When I need to tell you something in English I will do so by putting text inside curly brackets {like this}. When I type “{stats}”, let me know my character’s level, XP, ability levels, and perks. When I type “{inventory}”, list my character’s inventory. My character will start in a bar. Describe the bar.

The bar is dimly lit and filled with smoke. The sound of laughter and clinking glasses can be heard from all corners of the room. A bartender stands behind the counter, eyeing you suspiciously.

{stats} Axel is level 1, with 0 XP. His ability levels are as follows: Strength: 12, Dexterity: 13, Constitution: 10, Intelligence: 15, Wisdom: 8, Charisma: 9. His perks include: “Streetwise” and “Hacker”.

{inventory} Axel is carrying a small knife, a flashlight, and a pair of cybernetic implants.

I approach the bartender.

The bartender nods at you as you approach. “What can I get you, buddy?” he asks gruffly.

Dice Roll: Charisma check (DC 10) - Result: 13 (success)

You charm the bartender with your smooth talk, and he offers you a discount on a drink. Do you accept his offer?

I accept the drink.

The bartender pours you a drink, and you take a sip. The alcohol burns as it goes down your throat, but you manage to keep a straight face.

Dice Roll: Wisdom check (DC 10) - Result: 10 (success)

You notice a group of shady-looking individuals sitting in a corner of the bar. They seem to be having a heated conversation, and they keep glancing at you. What do you do?

I ask the bartender who they are.

The bartender glances at the group of shady individuals and shrugs. “I don’t really know,” he says. “They’re just a bunch of regulars. They keep to themselves, mostly. Why do you ask?”

Dice Roll: Wisdom check (DC 10) - Result: 9 (failure)

You decide to keep your curiosity to yourself, and you turn away from the group. You continue to sip your drink in silence, keeping an eye on the other patrons of the bar. After a few minutes, you hear a commotion coming from the direction of the shady individuals. What do you do?

I shout, “Keep it down, over there!”

The shady individuals fall silent, and one of them stands up and approaches you. “Who do you think you are, telling us what to do?” he snarls.

Dice Roll: Strength check (DC 10) - Result: 8 (failure)

You try to stand up to the man, but he is much larger and stronger than you. He easily overpowers you and knocks you to the ground. The other patrons of the bar start to laugh and jeer. What do you do?

I attack with my knife.

The man easily dodges your clumsy attack, and he punches you in the face. You fall to the ground, unconscious.

Dice Roll: Constitution check (DC 10) - Result: 5 (failure)

You are knocked out cold, and the man and his companions leave the bar. The bartender shakes his head and calls the authorities to come and take you away. When you wake up, you find yourself in a cell, bruised and battered. It seems that your adventure has come to an abrupt and unfortunate end.