@brokencosmos Yeah, Lloyd Ctr. is closest to me too, but I suuuure hate those audiences. Tigard audience was fine, possibly bored.
Archive for November 19th, 2009
Apparently there is a movie called NINJA ASSASSIN, and apparently I just watched it, and apparently it blows.
If you click this link, and if you also can read, you’ll be able to read my NEW MOON review. http://www.ericdsnider.com/movies/new-moon/
@RandyTayler There’s an In & Out in Orem now?? Where?? Are they open on Thanksgiving??
Oh yeah: Questions for me, @DawnTaylor666, or @FatboyRoberts? Send to email@example.com for the podcast later today.
I will be recording another podcast with @dawntaylor666 later today for www.hamfistedradio.com! An unprecedented two-week streak!
Kids in BLIND SIDE go to Wingate Christian School; I kept reading it as Wingnut Christian School. Which probably applies sometimes.
Since it’s vampire week in America, I’ve focused my Film.com columns on a fellow by the name of Dracula. What’s the Big Deal? on Tuesday was about the original Bela Lugosi “Dracula,” and today’s edition of Eric’s Bad Movies is on “Dracula 2000,” a modern addition to the canon.
I broke one of my guidelines with “Dracula 2000,” since I also reviewed it when it came out theatrically. But I wanted to do something vampire-related, and it was clear from re-reading my review that I had not fully explored all the ways in which this particular movie sucks. Also, I wasn’t able to share the preposterous conclusion in the review, since reviews aren’t supposed to be spoiler-y, but I have no such compunction with Eric’s Bad Movies. Enjoy, won’t you?
Eric’s Bad Movies at Film.com: DRACULA 2000. Thank the pun gods that so many vampire movies suck! http://bit.ly/4dCusu
Point: It’s silly that Jacob is always shirtless in NEW MOON. Counterpoint: If I had those abs, I’d never wear a shirt either.