Colin Timothy Gagnon (sacredspud) wrote,
Colin Timothy Gagnon

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SFDF04, a David Lynch Christmas, and stuff I promised for Matt

It's been up for a couplea days now, but the special Christmas episode of Science Fiction Double Feature is comprised of equal parts of fun and torture in Santa Claus: The Movie and Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. Download the MP3 or stream it from, or add the RSS feed to your livejournal Friends page by clicking here.

All right. With that out of the way...

Good Christmas, I suppose, spent with the extended family. In the grand tradition of Eating Weird Things on Christmas, we had a Yorkshire pudding, which, for the sake of vegans on my Friends list, I will neither link to or explain. Gifts were exchanged, and I got tapenade. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, rice pudding, blah, blah, blah, blah, Trainspotting, and The Basketball Diaries, blah, blah, blah, and the coffee got cold, but I drank it anyway. As it turned out, the elephant didn't make a mess at all other than tracking dirt in from the outside and ruining the DVDs, so that was lucky. Then we all went home, and I took my sister back to her apartment. Her boyfriend is sick so he'd stayed home, and I came in to say hi. We ended up watching Lost Highway, which is one of my favorite David Lynch films. It's also completely incomprehensible, and I'm not sure how many times I'll have to watch it before I figure it out. In the meantime, I've enjoyed each individual viewing. I still can't tell you what it's about -- Patricia Arquette is two different people, and Robert Blake is in two places at once. That's about all I've picked up.

Anyway, I told Matt I was gonna post this, so I'd better: Jonathan Coulton! He's a folk singer! He sings about zombies and robot christmas celebrations! I've linked to both of those songs multiple times, and I don't think anyone has ever clicked on them!
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