Watching "Hellboy" on TV - I do love this movie - *G*. It has such a great sense of humor about it. The "young" John Hurt is so adorable; and I still think the newbie FBI agent role would have been perfect for Wil Wheaton - the guy even looks like him. Nice, rich design, even for scenes that appear only for seconds. And Cthulhu!!! Who can resist? *G* Did I mention kittens? And the girlfriend; looks like a perfect fangirl, doesn't he? *G*
Oooo... a scary psychological movie with Jim Carrey in it, Jules, and he looks good... have you seen the trailer? http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1809356682/info
Should I go see "Spawn of Satan", at About Face Theatre, a gay and lesbian theater?:
"You meet a guy. He’s got a body to die for. Can get into any nightclub, no matter how exclusive. Has all 7 seasons of Buffy on DVD. And he’s read Dostoevsky in the original Russian.
He’s perfect, right?
Well sure. If making out with the SPAWN OF SATAN is your idea of a good time."
For all of you audio book fans, that column on the last page of "Entertainment Weekly" that Stephen King does? It's all about audiobooks, why he loves them, what he hates, and his 10 favorites. And, yes, Patric O'Brien's Aubreyad, read by Patrick Tull, is #7! And if you do listen to audiobooks, I think you'll find the column interesting to read.
If you're interested, here are the rest of the top 10:
1. "American Pastoral" - read by Ron Silver
2. "Lonesome Dove" - read by Wolfram Kandinsky (! not a very Texan-sounding name, eh?)
3. The Harry Potter novels - read by Jim Dale
4. "That Old Ace in the Hole" - read by Arliss Howard
5. "Back When We Were Grownups" - read by Blair Brown
6. "Enduring Love" - read by Steven Crossley
7. Aubrey/Maturin Library - read by Patrick Tull
8. "Angela's Ashes" - read by Frank McCourt (author)
9. "Oryx and Crake" - read by Campbell Scott
10. "American Gods" - read by George Guidall