Mitchieville’s Mad Manic MesmErizing Mystery Movie
The Mayor was a little surprised that so many peoples correctly identified Logan’s Run as last weeks mystery movie, but he was far more surprised that not one soul tried to guess The Mayor’s mystery number in order to win the great DVD giveaway. Shocked really. Amazed.
So The Mayor decided to ponder the various reasons why no one tried to guess the mystery number. He consulted with a team of experts (psychiatrists, actually), and came to the conclusion that Mitchievillian’s were holding out until The Mayor sweetened the prize pot.
Well played, Mitchievillian’s, well played.
The Mayor hears you, and he applauds your greed.
Being The Mayor of the peoples, he has decided to up the ante, if you will. Hold on for more details.
This weeks mystery movie is an adaptation of a Stephen King novel. Keep in mind that at one point not long ago, Stephen King wrote a novel a day. 7 novels a week for 25 years. Thems a lot of novels.
The Mayor is a fan of this movie, even though the reviews at the time were terrible. Reviewers are arseholes though, so what they say doesn’t make a hill of difference, the movie was good.
Here is how the folks at IMDB describe this flick:
A boy preacher named Isaac goes to a town in Nebraska called Gatlin and gets all the children to murder every adult in town…
Ewwww, religion, get it off me!
Relax haters, it’s not so much about religion as it is blood-lust. Lots of blood, lots of lust (minus the lust part).
Today’s mystery movie stars Linda Hamilton, Peter Horton, and John Franklin as Isaac.
And I know you know what everyone knows: and that is the title of this classic film.
Today’s winner will receive last weeks movie The Bad Lieutenant, PLUS, a brand spanking newish copy of the Oscar winning flick Black Swan (courtesy of the Chinese DVD pirate movie group).
Ya, how’s that for uppin’ the ante, yo?
Guess the movie and a number The Mayor has chosen between 1-47, and both movies are yours. No other questions asked. It’s that simple.
Bonne chance, amigos.