Michael Madsen talks to Boing Boing about his hot sauce


43 Responses to “Michael Madsen talks to Boing Boing about his hot sauce”

  1. David Pescovitz says:

    I love this so much. And you know damn well I’m very fond of hot dogs and hot sauce. Why didn’t you invite me!?

  2. t3kna2007 says:

    Did you slice it down the side before you poured hot sauce all over it?  Hmm hmm hmm middle with you …

  3. I would prefer talking to his hot sister.

  4. rvernon says:

    I’d buy hot sauce from Bud any day.  

  5. Ha this is so weird and perfect.

  6. Dave Pease says:

    this is the most random thing i’ve seen on the internet today.  and i’ve seen some random shit on the internet today.

  7. mccrum says:

    Getting out of the movies?  Argh!  I think about his delivery of “Are you gonna bark all day little doggies, or are you gonna bite?” all the time.  So perfect.

  8. hadlockk says:

    If we’re going to talk about hot sauces, let’s talk about sriracha sauce, aka the Champagne of hot sauces. You had a great video about the cute sriracha mistress building her sriracha sauce empire out in Brooklyn, but then never followed up on it.

  9. Rossi says:

    Kids and I just finished watching War Games with a great cameo from Michael “Turn Your Key Sir!” Madsen.

  10. aurora50 says:

    Have always dug him!  went to the website to find out where to get some…he is going to catch a world of hurt for the video of his little kid shooting him…sigh

  11. L_Mariachi says:

    You really should get a lav mic.

  12. Doctor J. Orbital Death-Ray says:

    HEADS UP BOING BOING READERS: “Michael Madsen’s Hot Sauce” is NOT a euphemism.

    I know, I was very disappointed, too.

  13. Bucket says:

    Somebody tell that guy to keep keep his lame cowboy hat out of the way of that Audrey Kawasaki painting.

  14. JontKopeck says:

    I wonder how this meeting was arranged, because if Michael Madsen arrived at your door unannounced and said “I’m here to talk about my hot-sauce..” you would fucking listen. 

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  15. Food products seem to be one of the more common second-income or alternate-income streams actors, ballplayers, and other celebrities try to go into.  I’ve seen several celebrity BBQ sauces. 

    If you don’t have a food product to huck, there’s always fashion lines (handbags seem to be popular).

    Better that than selling overpriced autographed pictures of yourself, I guess.

  16. I’m so jealous. The last time Michael Madsen showed up at my house to shoot the breeze and make some cell phone videos, he didn’t even mention the hot sauce thing. Mostly we just talked about our kids and video games.

    • welcomeabored says:

      I’m so jealous.  Michael Madsen has never showed up at my house to discuss anything whatsoever.  Nor any other well known or little known actor/celebrity hawking their image around the globe.

      You little name-dropper, you.

      • Antinous / Moderator says:

        Jo Anne Worley called my house once. And Elizabeth Taylor. But no in-person visits.

        • welcomeabored says:

          Jo Anne Worley was funny.  What did she want?

          • Antinous / Moderator says:

            My roommate at the time (this was in the 80s) was putting together some AIDS charity thing.

          • welcomeabored says:

            Oh, well, in that case I’ve been corresponding with Bob Redford for years, and Al Franken calls me ‘friend’.  :^)

          • Antinous / Moderator says:

            But did you actually speak to them? I also spoke to Rex Harrison and Claudette Colbert, but that was work related. I’ve answered phone calls from a lot of stars that nobody under 40 has heard of.

    • Whenever Maddie drops around to my place, he just wants to ask me about the time Chris Walken and Gary Busey cooked gumbo in my kitchen.  Man, I get tired of telling that story.

      • Bender says:

        I’ve learned to look through the peephole before opening the door. If you’re quiet for 10 minutes or so he usually leaves. I got tired of hearing about his last big idea- homemade brooms.

  17. lewis_stoole says:

    maybe he should try hooking up with pink’s hot dogs.
    i love his d.i.y. attitude.

  18. Rich Bennett says:

    For some reason, I always mix up my Michael Madsen with my Tom Sizemore.

  19. I can’t wait for his Black Mamba Revenge sauce or the Grave of Paula Schultz mustard.

  20. snagglepuss says:

    …Is it better than “Crazy Jerry’s Mustard Gas” ?  ‘Cause that’s my benchmark by which I judge all other mustard products.

  21. brandonmwest says:

    This has just a tinge of the surreal; not so much that it seems improbable but just enough that you know it’s from the internet. Bravo.

  22. Rick Adams says:

    This gives me an idea, I’m going to market a line of “reasonably spicy” sauces to counter the gajillions of ultra-super-mega-hot-death sauces.

  23. Reservoir Dog. I didn’t see that coming, and I’m ashamed of myself.

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  25. Stephan says:

    If I talked to Boingboing about my hot sauce, Antinous might delete the comment so I won’t.

  26. Art says:

    I’m guessing the secret ingredient is Botox.

  27. Nash Rambler says:

    This is a man I would buy hot sauce from.  Also guns.  I would buy either hot sauce or guns from Michael Madsen.

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