Sunday, January 28, 2007

Another Sunday Morning...

... and another quartet of CCS students and their abundant weirdness & wonders:

(Part the Second of a Series)


That which looks like it must be touched,
but should never ever be touched,
unless you want your finger
(nay, your entire arm! Your shoulder!
Your head!)
to sink deeper than expected
into the sticky
  • Insidious Interior Chambers of Chuck Forsman!

  • HOWL! the Technicolor Yawn
    spraying like a
    ravaging geyser
    from uncanny
    & unknowable cavities,
    spilling like a phlegm flume
    of spendiforous colors
    spiced with
    giggly girl-sounds
    awash with
    vast vomitoriums
    of glee and glamor,
    of your being
    with God-Awful gorgasms
    of horrific hash-flashing
    dry heaves
    and gag-flexing
    of gooberous glowworms,
    and ready to serve as
    fresh-spewn magma
    flows from
  • The Ralphadelic Realms of Radical Chris Warren!

  • SCREAM! your nerve endings feel the probing talons of,
    your vertebrae crack and splinter
    as your spinal fluid is displaced by,
    your optic nerves are entangled with,
    your marrow is supplanted
    and your gums are unexpectedly massaged by
    (even as your remaining tooth enamel is dissolved away by)
  • The Stupefying Subepidermal-Invasive Tentacled Extremities of Ross Wood Studlar (He Who Is Pictured But Unjustly Unnamed In Vermont Life This Month!)

  • SHRIEK! that fruit of two loins,
    that spill of paired cranial rubbings,
    the abundance which only
    collaborative coupling of brain cells can yield,
  • The Cerebal Spawn of David Giarratana (and James D'Amato, who is not of the CCS persuasion)!

  • Updated "Ebery Satuhdei, waka waka," so Dave sez.
    Sorry, couldn't excerpt a panel, you get the whole digdanged page:

    Have a great Sunday --
    more posts later today,
    as & if time permits.

    Note: No rabbits.

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    Blogger Marky Mark said...

    No rabbits.

    No Pan's Labyrinth.

    The first weekends of a movie's release are critical to its success. Millions wait for your verdict. The clock ticks. A writer / producer / director / etc's future hang by a thread.

    Great power = great responsibility. You of all people should know this.

    Have mercy on the creators of Pan's Labyrinth. Release them. Now. If there is heart in your bosom - have mercy.

    Blogger dogboy443 said...

    Must have the Bissette spin on Pan's Labyrinth...heck I'm going to se it anyway, but it will be Steve's colorful view of it that will add to the experience.

    The Other Mark M.

    BTW, anyone interested in Brit TV? Check out Torchwood when you can and the Dr Who Christmas Special, The Runaway Bride, is excellent.

    And for Korean monster goodness, The Host was excellent!

    Blogger dogboy443 said...

    So...I will probably one of the few to say that I wasn't completely blown away by Pan's Labyrinth. All of the advertising and reviews have focused on the fantasy side of this movie, however there isn't much of it in the movie. Credit goes to Doug Jones and the wonderful make-up team who designd the Faun, and the Pale Man is interesting, but if you blink you'll miss him. Barely in the movie and even though interesting, didn't have enough screen time to impress...I apologize for highjacking this thread, didn't wow me.

    Mark M.

    Blogger HemlockMan said...

    I think what del Toro was mainly interested in writing about was the outcome of the Spanish Civil War. He apparently is something of a leftist and remains apalled at how the West abandoned the good guys and allowed Franco's christian monsters to kill everyone they didn't like.

    Of course, I have yet to see the film. I had family obligations today and couldn't make it. Maybe later this week.

    Blogger Mike Dobbs said...

    Yo, yo, yo Double Stuff! Give the people what they want! I know you're an art-teest, but sometimes you must lay down with Mammon and grant the auidence what it needs.

    And it need your review!

    Thousands clamor!

    Shameless capitalist Mike

    Blogger dogboy443 said...

    My 2 cents...

    Ok, here goes...breathe deep..."I was dissapointed by Pan's Labyrinth." OK, I said it. Was I floored by it...NO. Did I like it...YES. I was dissapointed that the fantasy side of the movie only covered about 30% of the movie. The Faun was wonderful, the Pale Man was intruiging, except we only saw him for a few minutes. Eye candy. Nothing substantial. We got suggestions that he's been eating children for centuries, but he really wasn't in it all that much. The fairies were nice but not enough. We had two different movies here and if it was a GdT war movie then I would have gone to it in a different way, however, all the advertising, reviews and interviews all talked about the Faun and the Labyrinth and didn't elude that this was a war movie with some fantasy elements. We went as a foursome. The ladies hated it and called it a blood bath with a big blue horned guy. The two guys liked it, but were dissapointed by it. I do love GdT. I think he's a fun, creative director, but this time I wasn't wow'd by what I saw. I needed more fantasy and less war storyline. If it was so important for the Princess to perform her three tasks to ascend, then that should have been the focus...did it really take death to ascend back to her parents and kingdom/escape from the horrors of war? Then focus on the aspect of the movie that people wanted to see and that everything eludes too.

    The Other Mark M.

    Blogger Marky Mark said...

    It sounds like a stupid piece of shit.

    If only Steve would let us know what to think.


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