Angel wrote: How about we just keep this thread about Michael's interview and nothing else. I'm grateful he took the time to do the interview and gave us a fascinating insight into the person and the career.
I was very interested to find out what music MM has been listening to, especially with him being a musician as well. I'd not heard of John Zorn before, so went to check him out. Zorn's work addresses many of the same deep themes as those in Lexx.
Curiously as well, Portishead did a short film called "To Kill a Dead Man", back in '94 already.
Life is full of synchronicity.
____________________ "Oh kettle, thou art black!" the pot exclaims! I know one more ambivalent far than I... a lonely soul who, mentioning no names, will not choose 'twixt the sulfur and the sky. Who will not serve above, nor reign below, but walks a path 'twixt Mol
mayaXXX wrote: I used to work as a bartender
So THAT'S who kept buying me a free round of that bubbling green stuff that kept eating through its glass and whispering my name back in the old LexxBar days!
The Ripper himself had nuthin' on my towering suspect list!
____________________ If you're normal, the crowd will accept you. But if you're deranged, the crowd will make you their leader.
— Christopher Titus
To do that you'd have to sit in. Access to the site is tough, it's in the middle of nowhere, accessible by small private plane or an extremely long car ride. Performances take place despite inclement weather or cold. Occasionally they post reviews.
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