Chinatown 1974 Directed by Roman Polanski Netflix says... With a suspicious femme fatale bankrolling his snooping, private eye J. J. Gittes uncovers intricate dirty dealings in the Los Angeles waterworks and gets his nose slashed for his trouble in director Roman Polanski's complex neo-noir classic. So... if it's filmed in color, does that make it … Continue reading AFI #21 – Chinatown
Have you ever considered suicide? What is so important to you that without it life would not be worth living? No. I have never considered suicide. I can't imagine ever getting to the point where I would want to take my own life. I understand that there are those who have been in such extreme … Continue reading Question of the Week #117
Ugh... Silverfish... Is there a more disgusting thing in all of creation? Probably. But, at the moment, I'm not capable of thinking of one. You know what a silverfish is, right? They're those bugs that basically look like pocket sized alien monsters. I'm sorry, something with that many legs is just unnatural. Last night, prior … Continue reading The Silverfish Scenario
Welcome to Rewatching Buffy, the part of the blog where I rewatch Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Each Tuesday evening, you’re invited to join me as I attempt to rediscover what made me love this show 20 years ago. Homecoming Cordelia expects to be Homecoming Queen. Probably obvious, right? Wait, she's probably not as popular as … Continue reading Rewatching Buffy – Episode 39
Some Like It Hot 1959 Directed by Billy Wilder Netflix says... When musicians Jerry and Joe accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, they get out of town the only way they know how--dressed as women. But things heat up on the road when they meet a curvy blond who plays the ukulele. I found … Continue reading AFI #22 – Some Like It Hot
How many different sexual partners have you had in your life? Would you prefer to have had more or fewer? Zero's still a number, right? Yeah... zero. And I guess I can't prefer to have fewer. So... Yeah... *The Question of the Week can be found in The Book of Questions by Gregory Stock, Ph.D.
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