I went to see a midnight screening of Slither last night- It was super. I laughed my arse off and got to see Captain Tightpants looking teh hawt in a police uniform. Packing a gun. And humour. Getting pumped full of alien seminal fluid. Whilst covered in blood. Eeeeeeeeee.

Seriously, it was very very good. When a karaoke version of The Crying Game comes on screen and you start cracking up before you actually see any actors, you know you’re onto a good thing.

It had zombies in it too and quite a few genuine “eww” moments. And Michael Rooker. Woo! I don’t know why, but I’ve always had a soft spot for him, in the same kind of way as I have for Mark Harmon (Ak). I must schedule a viewing of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (I’ve heard his performance is excellent). Or watch Eight Men Out and then I get to get a dose of John Cusack and more importantly DB Sweeney.

Ah, Nathan… I think I shall proceed to have a mini-crush on the erstwhile young Indiana Jones (sorry SPF). Someone said I can’t have both Jayne/Adam and Mal/Nathan at the same time- I would heartily disagree. I can multi-task… and everyone knows that when defending my rights I would so win if it came down to putting on the foil.

Hmmm… Jayne AND Mal at the same time… stop it….

I squee-ed more over Jayne in Firefly but I have to say that in Serenity Mal was much more attractive to me. I think it’s because Jayne was a disappointment and (if you could call his character subtle in any way) less rounded in the BDM whereas Mal’s “Han Solo left alone for just too long and disappointed too many times” was much more interesting.

Yes, basically I go for the tortured ones.

Anyways, I have found a superb music blog- Feed Me Good Tunes. Contains a great selection of music, and most of it available to download. Share the love.

From FMGM Wagon Christ’s Shadows has been on permanent rotation these last couple of days. *Such* a good track; sampled I think from John Barry (James Bond) with a soaring voice repeating shadows over the top. My writing may make it sound terrible, but it is truely a wonderful track.

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