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Sunday, January 17, 2010

Steve's Church-Less Movie Of The Week: Zombie Edition, Part 1 ...

I feel like a zombie this weekend. I've got a nasty flu that might turn into swine if I don;t get rest. So whatever you do don't lick this blog. You might catch something ...

Yoinked from Wikipedia and ...

"Teenage Torture (AKA Teenage Zombies) is a 1959 horror/science fiction film, written and directed by Jerry Warren about not-exactly teenagers who are turned into not-exactly zombies for a few minutes.

The rest of the time, it’s a movie about walking and boating, walking while looking for a boat, walking toward or away from a boat, boating in order to go walking… hold on a sec—gotta catch my breath… walking on the bow of a boat, and dragging a boat on or off the shore. There are also some very exciting off-screen water-skiing sequences, as well as some imaginary horses.

In between the privileged rich-kid transportation, there’s a plan to turn all Americans into mindless slaves, orchestrated by a group whose motives are apparently so diabolical they couldn’t be discussed on film.

The movie was criticized for its use of stock footage from feature films by Jerry Warren, who later used it in his most famous film, 1981's Frankenstein Island. Although water-skiing is repeatedly referenced (and may be implied), there is no actual footage of water-skiing anywhere in the film. As with similar zombie-films of this era (such as Bela Lugosi's Bowery at Midnight), the zombies in this film are markedly unlike those portrayed in contemporary zombie-films. Instead, the zombies in Teenage Zombies appear like hypnotized persons."

Steve's Snacks Of The Week:

Dunkin Doughnuts Coffee



Flu Medication

Strawberry Ice Cream

T.G.I. Friday's Potato Wedges

Walmart Keg Style Root Beer

... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Week in its entirety absolutely FREE! But first lets go over a few theater rules. Absolutely no talking is allowed in Galindo Theaters. Any and all talkers will be wedgied with extreme prejudice. No cell phones or African-American berries going off in the theater. And NO TEXTING!

And be sure to dim headlights (where applicable).

Enjoy the show, y'all!

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