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Friday, January 25, 2013


That fugly Quentin Tarantino didnt invite me to any screenings of his new film Django Unchained or send me a screener so i had to do the unthinkable and go and actually pay money to see the flicker.   
I waited till Tuesday when its half price matinee as I hate paying to see stupid Hollywood movies.  I remember when Mr. Tarantino was going out with comedienne Margaret Cho.  Margaret has weird taste in men.  I couldn´t imagine performing fellatio on Mr. Tarantino.  Yuck!
His film is actually quite entertaining---the first 40 minutes  or so, but then it kind of goes on way too long. I had to go to the bathroom twice during the screening.  The film has been criticized for its violence, but I found that the violence was very cartoony like Wyle E. Coyote with gallons of orange/red fake blood spurting about.  Great seeing the original Django Mr. Franco Nero who is still quite sexxxxy.  The best part of the film was the cameos by  Russ & Amber Tamblyn, Robert Carradine, Michael Parks, Tom Wopat, James Russo, James Remar, Don Stroud, Don Johnson, Ted Neely(Jesus Christ Superstar)  and my good friend from Los Angeles the talented actor Dennis Christopher(Breaking Away,Chariots of Fire).  

Please check out my zany radio interview with the wonderful Manuel Schubert of Filmhighlights Magazine. Click link below:

The Berlinale is just a step away.  One of the highlights for Forum Expanded is the return of Isabella Rosellini with a pre-qual to her Green Porno shorts.  Lots of other surprises but I won´t reveal them here you just have to wait. 

John Cameron Mitchell is coming to the Berlinale and bringing a bit of New York Greenwich Village with him with his Mattachine Dance Party on Feb 14th.

Ta for now!