You may remember our report back in March noting that Colt had laid off a number of employees in its custom shop and had stopped taking orders for custom work. It was another bad sign for the rampant pony, given the company’s downturn over the last decade. The good news, though, is that the Connecticut-based […]
While the barrier to entry is certainly high, enterprising companies still get into the revolver business from time to time. Last year it was Kimber with their impressive K6s. This year it’s a more familiar one-time wheelgun maker. The rampant pony rides again, now stamped to the frame of the resurrected Colt Cobra snubby. This pre-SHOT […]
I’m blowing off a little steam tonight, watching the SyFy network, with one of their original movies – an updating of the Phantom franchise as what was apparently a two-part miniseries – as the video equivalent of cotton candy (no nutritional value). I’m in the middle of this live-action comic book, when the faithful family […]
Pretty Woman is a fabulous movie. A hooker with a heart of gold and no social diseases? Well grow my hair and call me Rapunzel. One of Pretty Woman’s most mythic moments: when Edward Lewis introduces Vivian Ward (a.k.a. Sugar Lips) to opera. “People’s reactions to opera first time they see it is very dramatic,” […]
Full review on Monday.
When you make a (meager) living watching movies and then writing about them, you see a lot, a lot, a lot of movies. Many of them are crap. Many of those crappy films get crappy sequels. Whether it’s just part of the job or a facet of my masochism, I greedily eat up all the […]