Brandy and Amazon do not mix. How many times am I going to have to hunt for The Hunger on DVD before I realize the world is just not yet ready for that much coolness?
Ah, Bowie…doesn’t get any better than early-80s Bowie, at that.
And “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” to boot. I love that movie.
The opening five minutes — Bela playing and David and Catherine picking up a hot little couple — are the hottest five minutes ever filmed.
I want my DVD.
I love what Susan Sarandon said in “The Celluloid Closet” when asked how she, a straight woman, had responded to the prospect of participating in a lesbian love scene with Catherine Deneuve. She had jumped at the chance because, she said (with the cutest little eat-shit grin): “Who wouldn’t? Wouldn’t you?”
That’s my grrrrl.
Oh, dear Whomever, yes!
For God’s sake, man, turn off One-Click if you’re having a cocktail. I’m not saying that I’m not glad I now own “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” but I’m not sure I had to have it overnighted.
But, Lileks, I needed to buy copies of Dana Gould’s stand-up album for all my friends. Otherwise, they just wouldn’t, you know, get it.