Hey, it’s Lame Post Friday! I have not shared monster pictures all week, so I thought I might indulge tonight. I open with a monster of the human variety (using the term “human” loosely), the murderous Rhoda in The Bad Seed, as played by Patty McCormack in the 1956 movie. She is shown with her mother, played by Nancy Kelly, who does a good bit of scenery chewing herself. Steven and I are watching the movie now. I wanted something cheesy, familiar, and fun.
I did not mean to make a real movie blog post about The Bad Seed. I merely mention it to set the scene, as it were. It is the end of a long week, and I am tired. I need some Nosferatu.
Here is the picture I always think looks as if it is in front of Little Falls Antique Center at Canal Place. Just to give a little local flair. For a little more local flair, I am sipping some Reisling from Merritt Winery in Forestville, NY. I have not been there but have sampled the wine at tastings at Valley Wine and Liquor in Herkimer, NY.
I just flashed on Dracula, saying, “I never drink… wine” (of course he pronounced it “vine”). That is where the vampire and I differ. Therefore I will close with a picture of Frankenstein, “Drink! Good!” Come to think of it, he may have been talking about gin. Well, one must make do after all.
This is Boris Karloff in 1931’s Frankenstein, on a break. Just to complete the scene, we are now at the point in The Bad Seed where the characters are drinking gin and tonic. Damn, that’s one of my favorites! Well, wine is good, too. Happy Friday, everyone!