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Raymond Barone

A lot of folks will disagree with me for choosing this lovable television character as a Wednesday Warrior. After all, he doesn’t strap on a shotgun to kill zombies, nor does he sport a muscular physique that would deter criminals from robbing banks, nor is he some kind of superhero ready to save the planet from alien invaders. 544 more words

Wednesday Warriors

Entry 496: If We Only Had a Brain

In my last post, I told you about how an Italian doctor and a Chinese doctor are teaming up to transplant a Russian’s head onto a body of unknown nationality. 785 more words

Young Frankenstein (1974)

Truth to be told, after the years of hearing the praise surrounding Young Frankenstein, I was expecting this to be wildly more funny than what it actually ended up being. 699 more words

Watched Movie

Soundtrack Saturdays: Hit The Road Jack by Buster Poindexter

The other day I turned on my television and decided to watch an early Michael Keaton film that also starred Christopher Lloyd, Peter Boyle, and Stephen Furst all as mental patients in the film… 173 more words


Thursday Poem: Robert Frost at Eighty by Peter Boyle

Tonight, I had the very special pleasure of having the great Australian poet Peter Boyle attend an informal poetry workshop group I take part in, and as such I thought it fitting that I take a look at one of his poems. 764 more words


The Beast (1988, Kevin Reynolds)

The Beast has a lot going for it, so its failure to connect–which is wholly director Reynolds’s fault–is a bit of a disappointment. The second half of the film has an accelerated pace. 435 more words