Sunday, March 16, 2008

Next question!

I have been spared the shame of having to admit that I have been one lazy-assed blogger this weekend . The fierce and adventurous Captain Karen has armed herself with a cricket bat and a loaded shotgun and has braved a face to face meeting in order to bring the world the truth behind what makes this zombie tick.

Please head over to her excellent blog to read her interview with a zombie, just one of a series of interviews she is planning in her Interviews of the Not So Rich and Famous.

She even agreed to include a picture of the sexiest man alive.

Tomorrow I will send you somewhere else. And you complain that I never take you anywhere!


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We finally watched No Country for Old Men last night. I was expecting
something really dark and bleak, but it really had a lot of signature Coen Brothers' dark humour. A highly entertaining film.

And Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) is simultaneously the baddest and the funniest bad guy I have seen in a long time. Even his hair is terrifying.

And now I totally want my own air gun. Friendo.

16 comments:

Bubs said...

You've not been nearly as lazy as me.Liked the interview! I'm glad to hear you liked "No Country..." We still haven't seen it, hopefully over spring break.

mellowlee said...

I will have to go check out that interview! No Country was great. That hair style really bothered me, but not enough to spoil the movie :O)

~Jen~ said...

yeh the hair was DISTURBING but it fit the characters weirdness somehow hahaha

Karen said...

You were a great sport Barb! Thanks again!

And I think his hair was sexy.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Don't you hate it when life gets in the way of quality blogging time, Bubs? I hope spring break gives you the break you need. So you can watch No Country for Old Men!

I think it really added to the movie, Mel. Made it scarier and funner at the same time.

Absolutely, Jen! The hair was a touch of brilliance.

It was my pleasure, Karen and lots of fun. hahaha for a minute I thought you were talking about Thom's hair! Which would have been even weirder.

justacoolcat said...

I still haven't seen it, but I hear it's bloody.

Beth said...

TAG! You’re it.

Now I need to go back and read this post ...

Beth said...

Can't wait to watch No Country for Old Men! Or to see where else you're taking us ...

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I've seen bloodier films, JustA, but I have to admit that it did make death by air gun look disturbingly cool.

That looks like a fun tag, Beth. I'll be all over it in a couple of days.
And I will be taking you to a much kinder and gentler place than No Country for Old Men.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

His hair was designed by a Canadian hairdresser. I read about it on the CBC website.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Oh yes, my sister (the lovely and talented Berni) was telling me the same thing, Dr M, great to have this confirmed. Such a proud Canadian moment.

And I'm glad to hear you are accessing the ceebeecee.

phlegmfatale said...

I'm in accord - that hair is terrifying. That is my high school algebra teacher's hair.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

High school algebra teacher hair! HAHAHA! Touche, Phlegmfatale!

Will said...

you soon will be famous if you keep landing these interviews. as for No Country, I am slowly but surely catching up on the Oscar movies. That one is on its way.

Dale said...

I enjoyed No Country For Old Men and one of the first things I thought was 'don't go back with water you idiot' followed shortly after with 'where can I get one of those air guns?'. I've already got the haircut. Why didn't they nominate Josh Brolin I wonder?

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Ooooh you have to watch it, Will, it's a Coen Brothers classic as far as I am concerned. No wood chippers, but that air gun is uber-cool.

I KNOW, Dale, you NEVER go back with water!
All I need is a straightening iron and I too could have the killer hair. If we each got our hands on some air guns, we would be a formidable team.
No only did they not nominate Josh Brolin, they just sort of dumped his character.