Big (short) week in McBeardoland capped by moving my work desk from one room in the office to another. Because that matters. To you.
Along the way, an online superstar consulted with me for ideas concerning a Major Top 100 List in the works, and I watched the eerily atmospheric, sexy, and jolting short Spek.Ter, directed by Terrence Kelsey and featuring the luminous Serena Toxicat (that would be the ‘Cat getting made up at left, and flipping el birdo opposite supremely pinchable-nippled co-star Keshia Jackson, below. In each, Serena rocks my all-time fave hairdo-dye color combo: pink and black).
List to be revealed soon. Spek.Ter review goes up tomorrow.
As I see it (and I see all), director Sam Raimi has made exactly one horror movie (the first Evil Dead) and there’s that PG-13 stinking up any rational expectations, but then I watch that fly crawl up Alison Lohman’s nose on the commercial and I actually gag for a second. Every time.
I’ll McBloviate on that one tomorrow, too. And all from my new desk! Wheee!
- Right Wing Trash retired. And then didn’t. And he shouldn’t.
- Kindertrauma may be the most important new evolutionary step on the Internet since Mr. Skin.
- All who eyeball naked movie stars owe decades of debt to the original Sherlock Holmes of Hollywood Heat, Celebrity Sleuth. Dig his eye-popping new site and, speaking of Sam Raimi, check out Sleuth’s skin-depth examination of the suicide of Spider-Man actress Lucy Gordon.
- Leave comments here on Drag Me to Hell, so’s we can kibbitz it up over the weekend.