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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Three sealed Netflix movies showed up at the coffee shop today. Curious bunch that we are, we opened them up to see what movies they were. Inside we found:

King Solomon's Mines (2004): Patrick Swayze stars as the rugged Allan Quartermain -- the explorer who made it his mission to unearth King Solomon's mythical mines -- in this Hallmark-produced movie based on H. Rider Haggard's classic novel. Quartermain and the rest of the gang, Elizabeth Maitland (Alison Doody) and Bruce McNabb (Gavin Hood), know that anyone who finds the hidden treasure will reap great riches, but may also face grave danger.

Android Apocolypse (2006): Jute (Scott Bairstow), a disgruntled human soldier displaced by the advancement of androids, is sent to prison for illegally terminating a robot -- and, ironically, soon finds himself depending on a robot for survival. Android soldier Deecee (Joseph Lawrence) is being shipped to the same prison colony, and when their transport ship is suddenly attacked by mutants, Jute and Deecee must work as a team to stay alive.

Skinwalkers (2007): As 12-year-old Timothy (Matthew Knight) prepares to turn 13, he's blissfully unaware that he's a half blood slated to transform -- and that his extended family of good-hearted werewolves has been protecting him since the day he was born. Elsewhere, lurking in the shadows, an evil pack of werewolves (led by Jason Behr) has been waiting for more than a decade to pounce on him and claim him as its own.

What the fuck?

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Notes on a roadtrip to Denver

Dumas, Texas has:

- A grocery store that smells like my grandmother's house (didn't buy anything)
- A McDonald's
- A lingering sense of desperation
- A Bath and Bodyworks (surprise!)
- Unattractive people
- A Subway Sandwich shop
- A highway that leads to Denver