The Terrible Catsafterme

Brad’s Musings and Meanderings

random acts of quoting

"These pretzels are making me thirsty." - Jerry, George, Kramer, & Elaine, "Seinfeld"

dt7Had it not been for the film Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, I likely would not have been interested in getting autographs and photo ops with the two leads in its cast. The film had initially been recommended on Leonard Maltin’s website, and I could not figure out for the life of me what could be so great about it, but once I saw it I understood. If you’re in for a bloody good time – and I do mean bloody – then I recommend this movie highly, because unlike most films of this nature, its utterly hilarious (in the good way). If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself. Read the rest of this entry »

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Bond Girls – Part 5

November 24th, 2014

bond9It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it. So far I’ve share encounters with you of exactly fifteen “Bond-Girls,” that is those actresses who have portrayed a love interest of the iconic hero James Bond in one or more of the films in the James Bond series. Fifteen of them would be a feat in itself, but clearly I have no intention of stopping there, hence this fifth entry exploring another trio of these lovely gals, which span a year’s worth of collecting. Read the rest of this entry »

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No Wyck. Rats.

November 14th, 2014

wick2As a Seinfeld fan, I was quite excited to meet Bruce Davison when he appeared at the Scarefest event in Lexington, Kentucky on September 15, 2013. Mr. Davison had portrayed the character Wyck Thayer in three episodes of the series. Wyck, referred to often as “Wink” by George Costanza, was the chairman of the Susan Ross Foundation, and as the leader he assumes that George had killed his own fiancee Susan. His part wasn’t exactly mammoth, but his part offered enough comical possibilities for George that he was definitely worth seeking out. Read the rest of this entry »