Okay, I might have to get this. I played one or two of the original games back in the day. My only concern is that I’ve barely touched about a dozen games I’ve purchased in the last few years, so this game could be fucking amazing, but my personal extended gaming doldrums may leave it to collect digital dust.
First things first: I didn’t get around to seeing Beyond the Black Rainbow until maybe 2014 at the earliest. After that, it was almost a kind of hobby to see what might be in development from Panos Cosmatos. For years there seemed to be no update of substance until Mandy was announced, almost out of nowhere. So why 8…
Row 67, seat 6. On the small white piece of paper, I ordered the fish and chips, an espresso chocolate shake, and two glasses of water, because I don’t want the guy to come back for the inevitable refill.
Good film noir. Not every film noir reminds me of Fredric Brown, but this one did a bit.
Apparently, Jim was on acid on this performance and a young Harrison Ford was in the crew for this. And Mick Jagger thought this was a boring show. I disagree.
My cover of Bowie’s “Quicksand”. I have at least one more cover planned, so this might be a limited series. Or it might not.
Bowie on the Pixies:
Okay, folks. Yes there’s annoying hyperbole in the still image. But if you entertain anything between Art Bell subjects and actual science, or anything Terence Mckenna-related, then watch this. IMO, this leans towards actual science if that helps.
w/ Carl Perkins.
Continuing on from the five best Night Gallery episodes, I present to you what I consider the five worst episodes.
Top 5 according to me. Please allow for a slight margin of error due to not having watched through the whole series recently. List is in no particular order.