Monthly Archives: August 2013

Parents’ basement: crucible of leadership

I’ve been an off and on listener of Howard Stern’s radio show since the mid-90s – mostly off until recently when I leased a car that came with a six month gratis subscription to Sirius/XM, Stern’s anti-terrestrial radio base that … Continue reading

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And then there was one

Russ Meyer’s 1965 “Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!”, a tale of three dangerous and voluptuous go-go dancers who seek treasure hidden somewhere on the desert property of a crippled geezer and his dim-witted son (cruelly named “Vegetable” in the script), is … Continue reading

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Wonderful Words

Peter Medak’s film “The Krays,” a gritty, real-life tale of infamous UK gangsters, identical twins Ronald and Reginald Kray, is a scintillating depiction of depraved criminality and marvel of lyrical dialog. The music and editing ain’t so bad either. Played … Continue reading

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Another 12 movie lines makes 50 great additions

The American Film Institute (AFI) accumulates several “best of” lists, one of which is the 100 Best Movie Quotes. I started a blog thread a while ago in which I offered 25 additional noteworthy lines, followed by a second batch … Continue reading

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