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In 1975, a man and a woman decided to spend approximately 47 seconds creating something beautiful. In early 1976, these two ended up with a boy named John. I am said boy.  I have never masturbated in a theater, but thought about it as young Simba and Nala wrestled in the grass during ‘The Lion King’.  I have since grown into a man with a beard that is self aware like machines from ‘The Terminator’.  It drags me from theater to theater and forces me to watch movies, keeping my eyes open with a contraption similar to the one used in ‘A Clockwork Orange’.  This has fostered my love for the horror genre and exposed me to the world of exploitation cinema.  Have you seen a movie about a man who wears a steel laced glove to beat cops with?  How about a movie the grand plan is to turn killer bees homosexual to save the world?  I have seen these things and lived to tell about them.  Film is the exhibitionist and I am the voyeur.  You are welcome to a piece of my mind, I suggest you take it a la mode.

4 Comments for this entry

  • Davon Washington says:

    Hey John! I just wanted to say thanks again for the awesome VIP snazzy pass I got in with you! Again, it’s Davon. =P And in regards to Anime, I know you said it’s not your style but if you really want to have someone do it even for just fun, I’d love to try and give it a shot. It seems like reviewing is something I could get into because my greatest stress reliever is watching SOMETHING – tv, movies, anime etc.


    Thanks again!


    • admin says:

      I’m glad you enjoyed the film. Thanks for heading over to the site. If you want to give reviews a shot, pick a flick/show and send a review over. I’d be happy to take a look at it.

  • Alethea Pape says:

    I visited your blog from searching for reviews on, “The Devil Inside”, after wasting some money today to see it myself. The trailer looked great and I had planned to write a piece about it on my blog. Wish I had read your review first because I almost walked out.
    As a fellow horror film fan, I’m glad I found your blog!

  • admin says:

    Thank you. I haven’t been that upset after a horror flick in a long while. Feel free to ‘friend’ Theater Thoughts on Facebook. It will help keep you in the loop on any updates.

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