Well, well, well ... what do I have for you this morning?
Ah, it's a quite morning, indeed, folks. I had a bit of a flu bug (or something) over the weekend, and that kept me a bit out of sorts. I know that there are a few illnesses going around, so I probably picked up something from somewhere or other. Mostly, it was aches and fatigue, thankfully, so I did catch some extra Zzzz's to comfort and joy me. That always helps. I think I've reached that fateful age where almost every illness makes me a bit groggy, so sleep definitely does a body good.
Otherwise, that was the main attraction for me over the weekend. Sorry that I don't have anything exciting to relay, but somtimes life is just life.
As for today?
Well, if you take a healthy gander at the MainPage, then you'll see that I've already highlighted a few of the bigger film birthdays -- Walt Disney's The Black Hole (1979) and Amblin's Batteries Not Included (1987) -- for posterity's sake. I've seen them both -- mixed reviews so far as I'm concerned as well -- but to each his own. I realize that both of these flicks have a respectable cult following in certain quarters of the Web, and I'll never sugggest anyone is wasting his or her time by investing in a viewing of either of them. I just like my fare a bit meatier than these two provided, and there's also nothing wrong with that.
But there's a bit more on the page with people, films, and TV shows spreading out across the years. As usual, I think that there's something in there for everyone, so I do encourage each of you to follow the link and discover the goodness that is genre triva.
As always, thanks for reading ... thanks for sharing ... thanks for being a fan ... and live long and prosper!