This post is in memory of Blockbuster Video, the now defunct company which provided all of us with hours of tense, comedic, dramatic entertainment (Ed. note: Who could ever forget the eminently forgettable 147 minutes of Paris, Texas which, thankfully, was only available at the theatres for a short time, but lived on as a video you could sleep to) throughout the 1980s, 1990s and into the 21st century. Although it is gone, it is not forgotten (at least for now) (Ed. note: Blockbuster that is – not Paris Texas)
Our first video presentation is a small budget production which took one day to film and four days to edit (mostly due to infected software). Please understand that:
- The central character is the same one throughout – from Part Two through Part Four,
- If I can watch it real life, it should be fine for all of you, and
- Tim refers to “baloney sandwiches”
(Ed. note: Terry was a little confused – she didn’t realize the bird in Part Two was the one we ate).
Video two was also shot in one day on a minimum budget. Most of it is self explanatory but regarding the final scene, I had 12 10″ x 15″ documents copied in full colour, both sides, laminated twice – before and after being cut to size, for the magnificent sum of $15.00.
The Shoe Blog : This Issue – From The Sublime to The Ridiculous
Well, they ladies here wear these as well: