. . . While We’re Talking About Paganism . . .

Over the weekend I had the pleasure of viewing the 1973 original version of “The Wicker Man” starring Christopher Lee (who I now realize looks and sounds supiciously like my Illuminati contact Ramses Colossus) . . . it was wonderfully bizarre, and I highly enjoyed the experience. Not enough thrillers take the time to entertain us with music anymore, which is a shame, because I always say: Ranagazoo! Let’s have a tune!

What really tickled me, though, was the final scene where the “King For A Day” begins to rant and rave against the so-called pagans with the ‘true word’ of Christianity to the point of nearly foaming at the mouth; I’m not certain if it was the intention of the filmmakers, but they succeeded in making Christianity seem even more pagan than the neo-druish folks of the film, who copulate in open fields.

Kudos!

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One Response to “. . . While We’re Talking About Paganism . . .”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Any movie with Christopher Lee in it is automatically genius in my books.

    The AG

    (And by the way, this blogger beta thing is KILLING me! I can’t leave comments on blogs as myself anymore for some stupid reason. Booooo!)

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