September 16th, 2004
|scordialsrotten||09:23 pm - Tag, You're it|
I snagged a sweet "Six-String Samurai" promo 45 with 2 Red Elvises songs from the radio station at my school. Side A is "Love Pipe" and Side B is "Boogie on the Beach." I crank it up when the people that live below me put on Shania Twain. And I love the description of the movie on the back of the cover:
Escaping cannibalistic Suburbanites
Laying waste to the Windmill people
Blowing up Death Valley cantinas
Surf-a-billy echoing off the blistering dunes
Fighting off the evil heavy metal powers of DEATH
Kick boxing pretenders to the Lost Vegas throne of Elvis
Killing 200 Russkis with just one sword and a bitching Martin Hollowbody
Just another day in the wastlands for SIX-STRING SAMURAI
|Date:||September 16th, 2004 08:34 pm (UTC)|| |
This movie began my realization that my two favorite characters (guitarists and badasses) could be one character.
Hehehe...it made me realize that it is possible to kill the entire Russian Army with your foot, a sword and a guitar.
|Date:||January 17th, 2005 09:37 pm (UTC)|| |
By the way,
the Windmill people = does it mean something special? i do not catch up all allusions and citations
and also the spinach monster = does it mean anything?
i would ask this in the community but i didn't find how to do it
By the way - my English isn`t perfect - what does that boy mean, speaking "tag, you're it"? Can any analog to this phrase exist?
cause I'm translating this movie to another language (Russian), and ran into a problem.
Check it out! (sorry for the promo.)