Thursday, December 29, 2005


I suppose it's no shock that I'm dying to see Brokeback Mountain.

Which, BTW, according to Ted Baehr, who reviews films for the Christian Film & Television Commission, is "abhorrent" and a "twisted, laughable, frustrating" bit of "neo-Marxist homosexual propaganda" --- high praise indeed!

It's also been doing pretty well at the box office, out-selling that bit of neo-Christian propaganda, The Chronicles of Narnia, earning $13,599 per theater, while Narnia earned $8,225 per theater. Wondering how Ted feels about that?

But nevertheless I'm not going to get to see it, because I live in this rustiest piece of the buckle of the Bible Belt, and the Christian Coalition will make GOT-damn sure no homosexual movie evah shows its flickering ass he-ah.

1 comment:

zelda1 said...

Mr. Zelda and I know how that feels, we have to drive to Tulsa just to see the Truman Capote movie. Why? Well they say because it is too graphic. Hell, graphic sexually or graphic violently? Who knows but I am thinking it's because of the homophobia that is so prevalent in these here parts of the US of A. Well, maybe, we can meet in Tulsa and do Capote and the WEstern. That would be fun.