Thursday, May 20, 2010

Yes, things are slow, but fear not...

...there's new content coming, once the day job stops being an attention-hungry little bitch. :P But I'm still alive, and MMMMMovies is still a going concern.

I wanted to pop in and say on behalf of the Duke and myself, welcome to all new followers! Is it a coincidence that in my week of relative silence, a whole passel of new folks has joined the blog? Maybe I should shut up more often!

At any rate, please enjoy the archives, accessible through this handy list of reviews, and keep watching the skies for upcoming reviews of the MAD.

The Vicar


Shaun Anderson said...

Hello there - just recently joined and I'm really enjoying your efforts. You might find something of interest or value at my own humble little blog The Celluloid Highway - if so I hope to see you there!

JamiSings said...

I'm dying to know if you two are planning on/have seen The Human Centipede.

Joe Monster said...

Can't wait till you guys come back! I'm going mad mad mad mad without your reviews!

The Vicar of VHS said...

Thanks for the comments, everyone!

@Shaun Anderson: Welcome! And thank you for the kind words. I'll definitely be checking out your site.

@Joe Monster--Fear not, there's plenty more MADness to come!

@Jami--I've been torn about whether to subject myself to THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE or not; I've heard people say it's not as bad as one would imagine, but it seems to me that still leaves plenty of wiggle room. :P As for the Duke, I believe he is even now examining his legal options, since the premise for the film is suspiciously similar to a chapter in the second volume of his memoirs entitled, "Re-Creation Recreation, or How I Pioneered the Concept of Nutritional Through-put." More on the lawsuit as it develops!

The Duke of DVD said...

Jami, I haven't as of yet watched The Human Centipede, but that's only because I'm on holiday in outer Moldavia, which has access to only one television station-a public access channel devoted entirely to the husbandry of goats out of the Ukraine-and only one movie house, which only shows pre-WWII films centered around the eradication "doctors" who operate out of the backs of horse-drawn wagons.

As the Vicar says, I may have to sue, but the second chapter of my book mostly deals with the creation of new life with regards to the bifurcation of existing evolution lines, being forced by the application of certain rare herbs and arcane magicks.

Still, I should sue. I do so love the courts.

JamiSings said...

Ah - well, I had to ask.

I also saw a book you boys might enjoy - Paul Is Undead: The Beatle Zombie Invasion by Alan Goldsher. Somehow it just seems so - you.

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