They Came from Beyond Space and Divorce American Style :: His and Hers Drive-In Feature (1967)

They Came from Beyond Space and Divorce American Style :: His and Hers Drive-In Feature (1967) Back again, the feature that might abduct you, but it just won’t die, this edition of His and Hers Double Feature features two films from 1967. The first film may well deserve the title of the most boring alien invasion movie ever (or at least that we have ever seen). Short on dialogue, long on slow moving scenes, where the solution is not bullets but DIY colanders and MANNERS. The second film is a Norman Lear penned satirical look at divorce, starring Mary Poppins’ OTP and … Continue reading They Came from Beyond Space and Divorce American Style :: His and Hers Drive-In Feature (1967)

As Seen On TV :: Saturday Nights all right for regeneration, resurrections and rolling thunder returns

As Seen On TV :: Saturday, August 23, 2014 A new feature of lyriquediscorde, “As Seen On TV” will give a three-sentence summary of the previous night’s shows, or my current watch/re-watch of older shows. This feature will include SPOILERS of both new and old series’, so read at your own risk. Also, please share your thoughts in the comments to the shows I mini-review – I welcome all reactions, debate and discussions. I also welcome show recommendations. An older new Doctor regenerates in Season 8 Episode 1 of Doctor Who – “Deep Breath“ Peter Capaldi’s works for me, as … Continue reading As Seen On TV :: Saturday Nights all right for regeneration, resurrections and rolling thunder returns

I just can’t believe its true :: Under the Covers

Sugar Sugar :: Mary Lou Lord, with Semisonic Keep Art Alive :: Art by Aunia Kahn I can still taste you on my tongue, sticky sweet like love, or sickness. They say the strongest of poisons taste of candy. Two raps on my door before I let you in, and a crooked smile. I could never resist your smile. Your skeletol features, sharp angular edges, you left marks on my softness every time we collided. I didn’t mind though, each blue and black remnant a tattoo on my pale skin, like a memory, like a regret. You like to picture yourself … Continue reading I just can’t believe its true :: Under the Covers