Even When I Was a Child, I Was Hated by Skeletons
by Scott Hardie on August 22, 2009
We watched The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra again last night. If you haven't seen it, and you have a place in your heart for a pretty good spoof of campy D-grade sci-fi movies from the 1950s, rent it. A few people have been turned off by its slow pace, but I have yet to watch it with someone who hasn't at least found a few things to chuckle at. I've seen it maybe eight times now and I keep finding new things to love about it, like new visual details that I noticed last night while seeing it in HD for the first time. I could run a role-playing game in that kind of setting; no idea is too silly, and no joke is too lame, and you laugh yourself stupid when it goes well. I love that movie.
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