In response to the anonymous comment "All quiet on the Western front...": I myself keep intending to post something--anything--but I'm battling lethargy these days and any energy's being pooled into the mothersite.
For instance, I finally saw Rambo (awesome--I now feel less silly about comparing Stallone to Truffaut in the current Annual, although the comparison doesn't apply here) as well as my first Misty Mundae movie (never have I laughed so ironically while fighting the urge to masturbate). I've been porting whatever VHS rarities I have over to DVD--and, predictably, often get caught up in them when I should be leaving them to dub. (This project has made me want to rekindle the long-dormant "M.I.A. on DVD" column.) I want to pummel Al Gore for getting my hopes up about a nice, green winter--I've been a glorified shut-in since the end of January 'cause of the relentless snow. I want Babelfish to implement a Pat Graham translator. Etc.
Exciting twofers from Alex, Walter, and Ian are all on the docket, but howzabout I point everyone to my favourite piece of film writing of late? This is Erich Kuersten on Tarantino's Death Proof.
Seen anything good lately?