Here’s what’s on the agenda. I’m going to press pause on Todd Sheets for now to finish and clear out a few random drafts I have saved, including my review of Dr. Caligari (1989), the last in my series of posts on Stephen “Rinse Dream” Sayadian. Mondo Macabro’s limited, remastered UHD/Blu-ray release of Dr. Caligari is up for preorder and won’t ship until January or February. When my copy arrives, you may see a post discussing the special features and everything I learned from them.
In the meantime, in light of Nick Millard’s passing, I’ll be looking at Alcatraz Breakout (1975 or 79) and whatever erotic films of his are readily available online, unless somebody reading this feels like sending me .357 Magnum (1977), Gunblast (1986), and The Terrorists (1988), as I’d much prefer to do those, but can’t find them on YouTube and don’t mess with torrenting.
I also plan on starting a new series of posts exploring the classics of porn, with plenty of screenshots. If that sounds like something you’d enjoy, text PORNGUY1.
I can always make more crossword puzzles, too, if there’s interest.
It goes without saying that all this depends on how determined I am each night to stay up past my children’s bedtimes and if I get sidetracked by life. As pro wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer famously says when accused of bad reporting, plans change.
On the subject of wrestling, expect my annual post recapping what happened in wrestling toward Christmas or New Year’s.
My resolution for 2023 is to conduct more interviews and get through my backlog of Blu-rays. If you’d like to be asked stupid questions, submit a movie for review, collaborate on a post, or just talk, my DMs are open.