As Seen On TV :: Saturday, September 6, 2014 In this installment of “As Seen On TV” I will give a three-sentence review of the third episode of the new season of Doctor Who, in which the Doctor gives Clara the choice of their next destination, and she chooses to visit the character of her favorite childhood story, Robin Hood. This feature will include SPOILERS, so read at your own risk and consider yourself warned. Please share your thoughts in the comments to the shows I mini-review – I welcome all reactions, debate and discussions. Oh, and bring on the … Continue reading Doctor Who :: As Seen On TV :: What if your favorite story was real?
Spider Baby and With Six You Get Eggroll :: His and Hers Drive-In Feature (1968) Without realizing it, Charles and I seem to have slipped into a style in movies we choose. Charles seems to veer towards the Sci-Fi/Horror genre, where I seem to have chosen a number of family dramadies wherein adult relationships, typically of adults with children and usually involving marriage, take on both humorous and dramatic situations (or in some earlier cases, horror and hauntings). It will be interesting as we go along to see if this trend continues. This issue of our year-by-year “drive-in double feature” … Continue reading Spider Baby and With Six You Get Eggroll :: His and Hers Drive-In Feature (1968)
Everyday :: Fiona Apple & Jon Brion “I want a love like in a black and white movie.” he stated, as if it was understood, as if she knew all along that her hues were too bold and bright. Her lips were cherry red, her hair a bottle black with the glow through undertones of blue, and her dress was green as the envy she felt now in the depths of her insides. The girl waiting in the car was pale and pedestrian, nearly not there, easy as pie. She would nod and smile at him, work herself to exhaustion, … Continue reading Do you ever long for true love from me :: Under the Covers