Monday, June 27, 2005

The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra

I'm supposed to be writing. I've started a couple of stories trying to see which one strikes my fancy. The one I'm working on right now has a woman realizing their is little hope of rescuing her son from vicious kidnappers. Pretty sad, eh? So why am I laughing like an idiot?

I turned on this movie The Lost Skeleton of Cadvra. It is a parody of 1950's monster movies. This movie is so funny, the dialogue is just classic.
Kro-Bar: Yes, it is different this earth as it is called but then are we of the planet Marva as we call our planet not also strange and different to this planet and its people also?
Lattis: You think the earth people think we are strange, you think? It is strange how the ways of different people on different planets differ.


This is typical of the movie. If you get a chance, look for it.

On Another Note...

I had to get my tire fixed. I somehow ran over a screw and a nail. The tire store repaired it for free. Unfortunately, the tire store is across the street from a Barnes and Noble. My girls picked out a couple of books and I got "Johnny Tremaine" for my son. I wasn't going to buy anything because I knew I would be going to the bookstore tomorrow. But a book jumped out at me, it's sparkling glow begging be to pick it up, crying for me to buy it. So I got The Beast Within by Suzanne McMinn. :)

10 comments:

Michelle said...

Sounds like a funny movie, Rene. :) Glad the tire was free, but I would have come away from B&N with a lot more than that!

Melissa Marsh said...

I haven't been to B&N for over two weeks now. *gasp* I'm waiting for that big shipment of history books to arrive first. ;-)

Kelly Parra said...

You're laughing because you love suspense? *bg*

Jill said...

I ran over a pair of pliers. Popped the tired. My husband was like "did you AIM for that pliers?" Yeah, honey, I aimed for the pliers.

Suzanne said...

Yay! Thank you, Rene!!!!

chryscat said...

I SO need that book. Man. I'm thinking Friday when I go to town. Waldenbooks better be stocking is all I have to say.
I have flat tires on a regular basis here. Unfortunately, mine often occur in the flippin' middle of nowhere. LOL
Grins*

Bonnie Ferguson said...

Hehehehe on the movie }:) Don't you just love getting a new book?

Jill Monroe said...

I just had my tire fixed by the dh. Found a huge hunk of metal in there. Don't know where I got it.

I'm impressed you came out with only one book for yourself!

Amy said...

You sound like me in a bookstore. No intention to buy anything, a vow to stay away from the romance section, then WHAM! There I am, and there my money goes. And I always have to buy my kids a book. Just the way it is.

kacey said...

The BEAST is not here in our stores. I am NOT amused...