Home Alone: Post-Mortem

My head hurts and I don’t feel much like elaborating on the events of this past weekend, so I’ll do a quick summary:

  • Laura returned late last night to a still-standing house and a still-living, (relatively) mentally-intact husband. Rosie and Gil are still very much alive, and none of their little bones have been harvested as components for an ill-conceived pulsed plasma thruster.
  • I had planned to clean Laura’s car inside and out while she was gone, but settled for washing just the outside. Thus, the corpse of the moth remains visible through the rear window.
  • Also not accomplished: replacing the dryer exhaust hose.
  • I should also point out that the correct spelling is “Shaun,” not “Shawn.” So, Shaun of the Dead. Enjoyable flick.
  • I watched the season premiere of Deadwood on HBO last night. Ah, Al Swearengen. Good to see you again.
  • I was dismayed to learn that there are only three episodes of Carnivàle remaining in the current season. So much has happened in just the past two episodes it feels like Daniel Knauf is building to something huge. On a side note: I used to think of tarring and feathering as being humiliating without physically endangering the (for want of a better word) recipient. After watching Jonesy get tarred and feathered last night (and assuming the process was accurately portrayed), my viewpoint has changed considerably.

3 thoughts on “Home Alone: Post-Mortem”

  1. Hey! Second positive review posted on Shaun of the Dead. Been on the maybe list, lead actor reminds me of an ex-associate.

  2. Got most ot the details I needed at the other blog, a thumbs up from my movie sensei is enough to get me to rent. Going to the theater to watch would definitely require a more detailed review May have to wait until My Favorite Canadian goes to bed early, doesn’t seem like her kind of flick.

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