I haven't written much here. I've been working on the harpy project - which I can't post because my players haven't seen it yet. I will be revealing whatever they discover next week.
In the meantime, a commentary on Tarentino's impending The Hateful Eight:
This is from Eating Raoul, just the sort of exploitation film that Tarentino loves. I expect that with a great many people stuck in a Wyoming cabin in a snowstorm, there will be lots and lots of the sort of pud-pounding dialogue Tarentino has used to ruin all his films with in the last fifteen years.
"Nobody can say we don't earn this money."
Paul Bartel, the fellow with the frying pan, practically invented the action-sexploitation film. Oh, I should mention, in the Disney film Tangled where Eugene says, "Frying pans! Who knew?" My first thought was "Paul!"
I saw this film when I was 18 and fell in love with Mary Woronov immediately. I'm sure it's the only thing I had in common with Andy Warhol. Sadly, given her successive film career, it was a huge disappointment. But hey, I fall in love very easily. It's my nature.
If someone wants to throw out a topic for me to write on, go ahead. Just now I can't think of anything. I'm busily working on my art career.