I usually don't do well at games of chance. I've rarely even gotten three numbers in a row on a Bingo card. But I scored big the other night when I went to see the Meryl Streep/Tommy Lee Jones middle-aged romcom Hope Springs at Chelsea Clearview. On the way in, my friend and I were given promotio ... More >>
Drag star Hedda Lettuce presented Rosemary's Baby last night at the Chelsea Clearview and was delightfully satanic enough to bring me onstage beforehand to talk about my love for the 1968 horror classic. I advised the audience to look for various sitcom regulars who Polanski purposely cast as witch ... More >>
A friend was desperate to see Abduction, despite it's 5 percent rating on RottenTomatoes.com -- or maybe because of it. The Tuesday night showing at the Chelsea Clearview surprisingly turned out to be sold out, but he bought tickets from a scalper outside. (And she was weirdly self-defeating, cha ... More >>
Not the baby itself. He's all grown up now and working for the Tea Party. I mean the movie, that classic 1968 Polanski horror fest starring Mia Farrow as the unwitting recipient of the devil seed from hell, thanks to being neighbors with that cute little Satan shill Ruthie Gordon.
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