NeoCons and Reagan Revisionists hate me...I can't imagine why. Now, go rape your sister, let your mother be eaten by a dog and let your little brother have his arms sawed off
Watchmen in about 2 hours. Wh00t!!! In the meanwhile, enjoy this apocalyptic rant by NeoCon dunderhead Debbie Schlussel, sent to me by a colleague. Needless to say, I don't think she liked it.
* "who watches the watchers", or "who guards the guards"...but you knew that already.I guess I shouldn't be amazed at the number of slacker ignoramuses who
are up in arms about my frank review cutting down the absolute crap
they worship a/k/a "Watchmen", coming out in theaters late tonight.
The e-mails they send me and the comments they make about how "deep,"
"edgy" and "profound" this vile piece of trash (which is none of
these) is, reminds me of the blind statements of followers of Jim
Jones. And we all know what happened after they drank he purple
Kool-Aid. If only this movie could achieve that result, it would be
the most fantastic exercise in natural selection ever conducted in
But sadly, there is no instant cure or sudden death for "Watchmen"
Fanatic Derangement Syndrome. You can read some of the so infected and
diseased in the comments section of my review. But I've received a ton
of vile, obscene, and just plain stupid and obnoxious e-mails because
I dared call this trash wrapped in the guise of a high brow graphic
novel what it is: pure garbage.
Oh, and by the way, to all of you slacker Watchmen defenders and
fanatics--who resemble the many respondents on "Jay Walking," yet are
suddenly the self-appointed intellectual lights of our world--grisly
is grisly, and gratuitous, graphic violence serves no positive or
useful purpose in our society, even if you read it first in a comic
book. You're a bunch of dummies with no moral compass, but liking this
stupid comic book which pretends violence and the depraved is "edgy"
or "sophisticated," makes you feel smart. When you're actually quite
stupid. But now, with this movie, you've got pretentious stupidity.
You don't realize you're still just as dumb, your IQ just as low and
And, yes, you future citizens of "Idiocracy," it's a comic book. Quit
your pretentious drivel about this being important because it's a
"graphic novel." Memo to the creators of Richie Rich and Archie: You
missed your calling. If only you'd called your product a "graphic
novel" and added scenes of Archie raping Betty and Veronica and
Jughead sawing off Reggie's Arms, you'd be in businesss. Dummies.
It's frankly hilarious to read the arrogance of the ignorami, telling
me I don't have "cultural literacy" because I don't like a movie based
on a comic book promoting rape, torture, and brutal killing. Here's a
tip to you clueless wonders: You can't have culture literacy when
there ain't culture. Just like I'd be wrong to call this a clash of
civilizations, because then we would be wrongly assuming that there is
civilization on your end.
While most of the e-mails are vile and stupid--and simultaneously so
pretentious and self-important--it's obvious they'd be best saved for
open poetry reading night at the local college coffeehouse. That's the
only place where your fertilizer has willing consumers (and at at the
box office on Friday, where I'm sure this crap will be a huge hit for
you pretentious geeky slacker losers with no life and absolutely no
sense of decency or class).
You keep writing me these deranged e-mails, which include statements
about how I "don't understand the background" and that it was exactly
the same in "the graphic novel." Get a clue: That I didn't first look
at a comic book picture of a rape scene before seeing the same in a
movie is a distinction without a difference. That you did, is a
distinction with merit, i.e., that you're an idiot who spends valuable
time and money on idiocy and depravity. You are what you eat.
And you are no better than the lumpenproletariat lowlifes at the
Coliseum who orgasmically watched and cheered when Christians were
forced to fight animals. You are no different, and you are essentially
chomping at the bit to go see the modern-day version, tonight. With
people like you populating America and dominating pop culture
offerings, I have no doubt that soon enough we will return to the days
of the barbaric live human versus beast shows. You salivate at the
chance to watch barbarism tonight. That's who you are.
Why not just watch "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"? At least that was honest
about what it is and didn't march under this ridiculous banner of
being highbrow when it's really just crap.
Poor Hitler. If only he'd made Mein Kampf into a comic book instead of
an actual written screed. Then, the ovens of Auschwitz and the human
lampshades would be all the rage and cool of kitsch. Silly me, for not
understanding that close-ups of sawing off someone's arms and dogs
chowing down on a six-year-old girl are so much high culture because
they were in a comic book first. Idiocy. And, oh, it's a disgusting
comic book that TIME Magazine liked. Therefore, it must be the end
all, be all. Tell it to Ariel Sharon, who knew something about the
"truth" and "accuracy" of TIME. Oh, wait, I'm assuming something
really big here: that you "Watchmen" ignoramuses actually know who
Ariel Sharon is or what his deal was with TIME. And that would be
And to those imbeciles who claim--blindly--that this outrageous movie
is not marketed to kids, pray tell who is the target audience of
"American Idol" on which several trailers ran this week. Yup,
"American Idol"--no way that's a kids show or that kids who see it
won't want to go see this horrible movie. Only if they market it on
Sesame Street are they marketing it to kids, right?
Not that if it weren't marketed to kids, that would make this crap
smell any better.
Still, I've gotten many e-mails like these from parents, who attest
that they thought this was a superhero movie and that their kids have
been bombarded with the marketing for this grotesque movie:
I cannot recall how I got pointed to your review of Watchmen, but
thank you for your review! Ever since the trailers came out my son, 15
1/2 wanted to see the movie. No he has not read the novel or comics,
but something about this movie made me research it more. Let's just
say I had a bad feeling. I greatly appreciate your detailed review of
this movie. We are not going to see this movie and it became a great
Uh-huh, not marketed to kids, right? His son just found out about the
movie and wants to go see it . . . by accident?
While I'm not surprised to find out that many of those who've written
their deranged, undue outrage that I deigned to tell the truth about
this trash and insult their low-class cultural sensibilities (or
rather non-sensibilities), voted for Barack Obama and are liberals, I
am surprised that anyone would claim this is a conservative movie.
It was originally written--per the author's own declaration--as an
attack on Ronald Reagan. Reader Christopher summarizes it in this
First THANK YOU for the article on Watchmen.
I wanted to add that you are dead right on the slant of this movie.
The writer's original intention as declared by him in a 1987 interview
in The Comics Journal was for this have an anti-Reaganism theme. He
feared directly attacking President Reagan because he figured it would
make people not want to read.
I think this is absolutely a golden opportunity to hammer home the
point that mass media influences matter. People are actively ignoring
even the stated goal of the author himself for the sake of "a good
time'... This is how we get the fouled up pop culture.
You have a better opportunity than I to present this side of the story
to people so please consider looking into what I said here and decide
if you think it's worth while to write more about.
Again thank you,
Bottom line: If you're a "Watchmen" fan, there's something sick about
you. You're sick if you enjoy watching wanton rape, torture, and
murder, no matter what the background for it is. I don't care if it
first appeared in a warped comic book paraded with a high-brow
euphemism for comic book.
I don't give a crap if it's meant to show that "the world is dark" and
that "superheroes have problems and are everyday people, too," which
have been among the insipid, vapid excuses I've received from
empty-headed Watchmen fanatic who mindlessly repeat the phony talking
points that make them feel smart.
Guess what? We know there are bad people and that people are everyday
people with problems. If you don't know that, and you think a movie
like this is necessary to make the point, you're even more warped and
stupid than I originally diagnosed.
And maybe your sister should be fed to dogs and your mother raped and
your brother should have his arms sawed off (as they do in this
snuff/torture-porn movie). You know, just to make the point.
But we'll be sure to depict it in a comic book first, just to make it
"high-brow." And get the money of the mindless "Watchmen" fandom