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.


Four Replies to Even When I Was a Child, I Was Hated by Skeletons

Kelly Hardie | August 22, 2009
WOOF!

Steve West | August 22, 2009
Haha! I, also, bordered on WOOF! But I found a few things that redeemed it. I appreciate candor.

Jackie Mason | August 27, 2009
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Amy Austin | August 27, 2009
Skeletons love me.


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February 10-16

I don't really blog much about my day-to-day existence because it feels too mundane. But life is made up of those little days, and we don't get an accurate picture of each other's lives if we only discuss the big events. Here's a snapshot of my life last week. Go »

Crash

There are some dangerous intersections in our neighborhood, where trucks come barreling through after the light turns red. This morning, Kelly and I were waiting at the light when she dropped her sunglasses. "Fuck beans," she muttered, unbuckling her seat belt and leaning forward just as the light turned green. Go »

Snowbound

I'm off to Springfield for the weekend to help Kelly move. YAY SNOW. Back late Monday night. Go »

Gingerbread Office

I don't often join in Kelly's craft projects, and it's even rarer for her to join in one of mine. But that's what happened last week when my company held a gingerbread house contest, and Kelly pitched in to help the team that I signed up for. We decided to make a "north pole branch" of our Sarasota office. Go »

Over and Out

"How's the week treating you?" "Like I slept with its wife." I've had better weeks. Go »