If it's crap ... We'll tell you
There should be certain things in life which really, truly do not need to be said. However, there also seems to be an ever-growing population of moviegoers who simply can't decipher reality from fantasy (or have simply lost all common sense), so maybe they do need to be said after all. In that vein, space organization NASA has released a statement decrying the latest "found footage" horror thriller 'Apollo 18' - a film which hinges on the hypothesis that the Apollo 18 Moon mission (which was cancelled by the organization) actually did happen but that the astronauts encountered deadly creatures upon the surface and the failed mission was covered up.
NASA multimedia liaison Bert Ulrich felt compelled to state:
Well, duh. Everyone knows that it didn't really happen because otherwise Superman would have just swooped in and saved them... what? What do you mean, "he's not real either"? Oh well then in that case they probably just would have had the crew of the Enterprise beam them aboa... WHAT? Them too? What about Ripley? No! Doctor Who? What? Next you're going to tell me Santa Clause isn't real either...
Okay, okay - in all seriousness it does remind me of a joke: "The moon-spiders from 'Apollo 18', The Blair Witch, the demon-ghost from 'Paranormal Activity', and Buzz Aldrin are all sitting at a table with a hundred dollar bill in the middle. Who gets to the $100 first?"