December 27, 2006

Me, Naughty?

The family was very, very nice to me this year.

The Rocket Jones movie library increased by several, including Jack Nicholson's Goin' South (one of my all-time favorites), the exploitation classic I Spit On Your Grave, several oldies (some starring Bela Lugosi) and including the wonderfully abysmal Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, and Universal's Wolfman Legacy Collection. I also wound up with the complete television series Buffalo Bill.

In print, I got the Zombie Survival Guide, and for my listening pleasure Frank Zappa's ThingFish.

More later. Been busy marrying off my kid and all, don't'cha know.

Posted by Ted at December 27, 2006 07:49 PM | TrackBack
Category: Square Pegs

Zombie Survival Guide?Someone's reading my mind.When I first saw that book I knew you where gonna get it for Christmas.Plus,you gotta let me borrow that Pia Zadora flick.One of my all time fave babes.

Posted by: Russ at December 27, 2006 11:04 PM

Russ, dude, Pia Zadora's like, seven in that flick!

Ha, ha! I got Zombie Survival Guide last year! OTOH, you got I Spit On Your Grave, which is cool, if you're not a girl.

Posted by: Victor at December 28, 2006 10:09 PM

D'OH!!!!!!! Dambit!!!!! I never even noticed how old that flick was.Besides I think Voyage of the Rock Aliens was the one must see cult movie of her's I was thinking about.Naked gun 33 1/3 and Favorite Deadly Sins are the only movies I've ever had a chance to see her in.

Posted by: Russ at December 28, 2006 11:53 PM

Pia Zadora starred in Butterfly with Stacey Keach. I don't remember much about the movie, except that she got naked several times.

Posted by: Ted at December 29, 2006 06:37 AM

Well then I reckon THAT would be the one I would want to see.Thanks for the tip.

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