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Notes and WIP pages for media I want to cover for this site. The most "completed" sections are on the top of this page, while those with little work are at the bottom.

Smiling Friends [2022-ongoing, USA]

Smiling Friends
Opening title card
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
AUS.jpg Australia
Channel Adult Swim
Creator Zach Hadel
Michael Cusack
Genre Comedy
Broadcast 2022-present
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 9
Main Cast
Character Actor
Charlie Dompler, Glep Zach Hadel
Pim Pimling, Allan Michael Cusack

Smiling Friends is a 2022 TV series by Zach Hadel and Michael Cusack. The show follows the misadventures of the optimistic and cheerful Pim Pimling and the cynical and realistic Charlie Dompler, two "critters" who work for the Smiling Friends, a company which dedicates themselves to making customers smile.

The following weapons were used in the television series Smiling Friends:


Glock 17

DJ Spit carries a Glock 17 with him in Episode 7, "Frowning Friends".

Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Thinking that Pim and Charlie are hallucinations, DJ Spit takes out his Glock on the duo.
Charlie attempts to wrestle the pistol out of DJ Spit's hand, providing a top view of the slide.
Mr. Man turns into DJ Spit in a hallucination, threatening to shoot at Pim and Charlie again.

IMI Desert Eagle / Beretta 92FS Inox hybrid

Charlie fires a pistol that resembles the IMI Desert Eagle and the Beretta 92FS Inox at Mr. Frog's shooting range in Episode 2, "Mr. Frog".

Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm Parabellum
"...what's that...?
Charlie takes off his hearing protection after firing the pistol, providing a view of the grip and slide.

Walther P22

A Walther P22 is seen in the commercial for Desmond's Bliblie Control in Episode 1, "Desmond's Big Day Out".

Walther P22 - .22 LR
A hand aims a Walther P22 at a Bliblie in the commercial.


Smith & Wesson Model 500

Throughout Episode 1, "Desmond's Big Day Out", Desmond points a Smith & Wesson Model 500 to his head.

Smith & Wesson Model 500 (8.75" Barrel) - .500 S&W Magnum
Desmond with the Model 500 to his head.
"...but if you can't help me, I'M GONNA F**KING SHOOT MYSELF AND MAKE YOU TWO WATCH."
Desmond threatens Pim and Charlie with his suicide if they fail to make him happy. A more detailed view of the revolver is seen.
Desmond prepares to fire the revolver at a hostile Bliblie.


Colt M16A1

Mr. Boss plans on using a Colt M16A1 to kill the Frowning Friends in in Episode 7, "Frowning Friends". Mr. Frog is also seen firing an M16A1 at his shooting range in Episode 2, "Mr. Frog".

Colt M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
"Perhaps I should do what I should have done... from the start."
Mr. Boss eyes the M16A1 in a display shelf.
The M16 being grabbed from the display.
A manic Mr. Boss eyes the Frowning Friends headquarters. The barrel of the rifle is fully visible.
The formerly nihilistic Grim begs for his life as Mr. Boss threatens to kill him.
Pim watches as a drugged Mr. Frog fires an assault rifle at his shooting range.

Tokarev SVT-40

Tokarev SVT-40 rifles are briefly seen in stock footage that the Frowning Friends play in Episode 7, "Frowning Friends". The same footage is also used in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.

Tokarev SVT-40 - 7.62x54mmR


Unknown shotgun

Mr. Frog fires an unknown shotgun at a shooting range in Episode 2, "Mr. Frog".

The shotgun being fired.



Mr. Frog fires an RPG-7 at a shooting range in Episode 2, "Mr. Frog".

RPG-7 - 40mm
Mr. Frog readies the RPG-7 as Pim eyes his bag of drugs...
...and fires it as Pim snatches the bag.

The Battleship Island [2017, South Korea]

The Battleship Island
Theatrical release poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Directed by Ryu Seung-wan
Release Date 2017
Language Korean
Studio Filmmaker R&K
Distributor CJ Entertainemnt (Korea, theatrical)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Lee Kang-ok Hwang Jung-min
Choi Chil-sung So Ji-sub
Park Moo-young Song Joong-ki
Oh Mal-nyeon Lee Jung-hyun


Nambu Type 14

Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu

Legendary Hit-man, Kunioka [2021, Japan]

Legendary Hit-man, Kunioka
Saikyou koroshiya densetsu Kunioka
Theatrical release poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Yugo Sakamoto
Release Date 2021
Language Japanese
Studio -
Distributor -
Main Cast
Character Actor
Masayuki Kunioka Masayuki Ino
- Takuya Matsumoto
- Shunsuke Tanaka
- Shiori Ueno
- Kengo Yoshii

Legendary Hit-man, Kunioka is a 2021 Japanese action mockumentary. While working on the script for his movie Baby Assassins, director Yugo Sakamoto stumbles upon a hitman network known as the Kansai Hitman Association and applies to interview a hitman to be able to use as a reference for his script. Through his application, he meets freelance hitman Masayuki Kunioka, known as the strongest hitman in Kyoto. As Kunioka is being followed and documented by Sakamoto, he accidentally kills the wrong target and is hunted down by his client's hitmen and the victim's close companions. The film follows Kunioka's day-to-day life in the hitman business and his affairs with the people he accidentally wronged.

Hard Days [2023, Japan]

Hard Days
Theatrical release poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Michihito Fujii
Release Date 2023
Language Japanese
Studio -
Distributor Toho
Main Cast
Character Actor
Det. Yuji Kudo Junichi Okada
Yazaki Go Ayano
Tsukuru Oda Hayato Isomura
Mikio Awashima Tetta Sugimoto

Hard Days is a 2023 Japanese film. The film stars Junichi Okada as police detective Yuji Kudo, who accidentally runs over and kills a civilian on the way to visit his mother. The film follows his exploits as he hides the accidental murder from the police force and his family, all while a fellow police officer stalks his every move, claiming to be aware of the incident. This film is a Japanese adaptation of the 2014 Korean film A Hard Day.

WN: HOLY NUTS THIS MOVIE IS GETTING ANOTHER FOREIGN REMAKE. This is literally the fourth one its' gotten and the third Asian one. This movie isn't coming out until May 2023, but once it hits streaming, I'm going to get it over with and make the page for it. It's really fun looking at the gun variation between adaptations of this movie lol

WN - 3/8/2023: - Apparently some Indian actor and his production company bought the rights to a Hindi remake in 2020... wonder how that's doing. I'll work on that one too if it ever comes out

Escape from Mogadishu [2021, South Korea]

Escape from Mogadishu
Theatrical release poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Directed by Ryu Seung-wan
Release Date 2021
Language Korean
Studio Dexter Studios
Filmmaker R&K
Lotte Entertainment
Distributor Well Go USA Entertainemnt (USA, theatrical)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Han Shin-sung Kim Yoon-seok
Kang Dae-jin Zo In-sun
Rim Yong-su Huh Joon-ho
Tae Joon-ki Koo Kyo-hwan

Metro Manila [2013, United Kingdom]

Metro Manila
Theatrical release poster
Country UKD.jpg United Kingdom
Directed by Sean Ellis
Release Date 2013
Language Filipino
Studio Chocolate Frog Films
Distributor Independent Entertainment (UK)
Oscilloscope (USA)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Oscar Ramirez Jake Macapagal
Ong John Arcilla
Buddha Moises Mag Isa
Mai Ramirez Althea Vega
Alfred Santos JM Rodriguez

The Violence Action [2022, Japan]

WN: FUCK THIS MOVIE. The editing makes Bohemian Rhapsody look modest, and the fact that it's a movie about hired killers AND the yakuza means that THERE ARE A LOT OF GUNS. Lots of guns AND cocaine-fueled editing is NEVER fun to skim through.


SIG-Sauer P226

Glock 17

Colt M1911

Beretta 92FS

Walther PPK

Heckler & Koch USP Elite

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX

Unknown water pistol


Unknown revolvers

Assault Rifles

Colt M16A4


Ruger Mini-14(?)

Submachine Guns

Heckler and Koch MP5A3

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Heckler & Koch MP7


Double-barreled shotgun

Sniper Rifles

SVD Dragunov

Winchester Model 70

Heckler & Koch PSG1

Unknown sniper rifle

Light Machine Guns

FN Minimi

The French Dispatch [2021, USA]

WN: I frickin love Wes Anderson and I really wanna add his latest movie to this site.

Submachine guns




Sten Mk V

(Forbidden) Siren [2003, Japan]

WN: Obtuse, confusing but interesting and kinda fun PS2 survival horror game. The characters are in a secluded rural village in Japan, which is why (most of) the guns are super old and Japanese.


Unknown Smith & Wesson revolver

Type 26 Revolver

Japanese Type 26 Revolver - 9mmJR


Murata Type 22 rifle

Murata Type 22 - 11x60mmR Murata

Unknown Remington rifle


Type 99 Hand grenade

Type 99 hand grenade

(Forbidden) Siren 2 [2006, Japan]

WN: The sequel to (Forbidden) Siren makes the game easier, and has a (mostly) new story with new characters. Some of the characters are JSDF, which means we get some really neat guns


Minebea P9

SIG-Sauer P220 Black - .45 ACP


Nambu Model 60

Nambu Model 60 snub nose - .38 Special

Submachine Guns

Minebea M-9

Minebea M-9 (Original Model) - 9x19mm

Assault rifles

Howa Type 89

Howa Type 89 with integral bipod - 5.56x45mm.

Howa Type 64

Howa Type 64 - 7.62x51mm

Light machine guns

FN Minimi

FN Minimi with 200-round drum - 5.56x45mm


Type 53 Flare Gun

Type 53 signal pistol - 21.5mm/10 gauge

Sadako 3D [2012, Japan]

WN: Even iconic Japanese horror movie series aren't safe from sequel saturation. And you thought Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Hellraiser were alone in this predicament...


SIG-Sauer P230

SIG-Sauer P230 - .380 ACP

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