Lizard-on-prosthetic action from Snakes On A Plane.
O noez it’s a couple of…erm… uhh… things between that guy in the foreground and the back-projected aeroplane!
From the actually quite decent (crappy effects aside) Stephen King adaptation The Langoliers.
So let’s get this ‘new’ blog moving… With yet another category!
Here we celebrate notable product placement, and we inaugurate things with this period billboard for my second favourite junkie custard, vanilla-flavoured Nutrament, as shown in the first episode proper of excellently odd seventies genre-crossing drama, Gangsters.
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Another day, another new Screenage Kicks category… So let’s celebrate those peepers on celluloid.
Kicking us off: Lance Daly as ‘Kid with Harmonica’ asking for his newspaper back from Mr Rabbitte (Colm Meaney) in Alan Parker’s The Commitments.
Worm’s eye shot of Petter Lorre from Don Siegel’s dark-humoured 1946 thriller, The Verdict (not to be confused with Sidney Lumet’s movie of the same name about an alkie lawyer played by Paul Newman).
New section. Purdy lighting an ting. This from Villain. Richard Burton’s Vic Dakin puts the frighteners on a civilian.