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January 25, 2008

WE THINK WE SAW THIS MOVIE IN THE FIFTIES

Lewiston vs. The Blob
Blob
(Thanks to DavCat)

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Mmmmm, pizza!

Mysterious Doughy Blob WBAGNFARB?

1950's? Seems more like a 1970's Doctor Who episode.

"The city has little choice but to replace the 12-inch diameter pipe, at a cost of between $40,000 and $60,000, Jones said."

Home Depot has this item for $1.99

Hmm k...they find a doughy blob near a pizza joint and a church and they don't know what it is???

Pizza Jesus???

Church pizza dough? Wait until summer heats up. It will rise again.

so the pillsbury dough boy came from the sewers? ewwww.

ok, none of us are exactly brain surgeons, and we figured out the "doughy blob" and "pizza place" connection pretty quick..... maybe we need to alert the Lewiston authorities to investigate this?

I have the perfect music for the occasion: just go here

(It's a great record--all their stuff is great!)

cg, I first read that as "so the pillsbury dough boy came in the sewer???" ewwwwwwww!

Apparently my mind is still there.

well siouxie, you may have it right. i was just going with the sci fi thing of mutants in the sewers.

When I first looked at the photo I thought it was a rock strata formed around a human skull.

Imagine my embarrassment.

So, that's where my sourdough starter went!

That you Fred? must. get. new. glasses.

Lewiston residents should cut back on fiber.

It's a squirrel nest. They're in the sewers now.

Steve McQueen unavailable....

Well, cronically constipated people who have eaten at that pizza shop have to wonder no more.

Cheese - me too!

Steve H - horror movies today need these upbeat soundtracks. Seriously.

And by the way, if it's so doughy, wouldn't you think that a whole big buncha garbage bags and some large, serrated bread knives could help out a mite?

Diva, let's not forget that arguably the best horror score ever written almost didn't come to pass. Hitch told Bernard Herrmann in no uncertain terms he did not want any music during the shower scene in Psycho, but Benny went ahead without him. Can you imagine watching that scene without those shrieking violins?

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