21 thoughts on “Thank You For Nic Cage’s WICKER MAN”

  1. I dunno why, but somehow that stirs something within the core of my being; the very part of me that has a primordial need to see women slapped by bears

  2. Re: Christopher
    I swear to God, some furry’s going to see that post and make a webcomic out of it. Two months, I guarantee it. TWO MONTHS. And it may or may not be related to the Chuck Jones short.

  3. I just watched the original this weekend and the clip batch on You Tube tonight.

    This means something. I don’t know what it means, but it scares me.

  4. I love love love the original Wicker Man. Love it to pieces. Had orgasms the Christmas my parents bought me it on DVD.

    Nic Cage’s version is an affront to humanity. Of course, it was a glorious affront to humanity. I only wish there had been singing. Cause, that’d be even more spectacularly awful.

  5. “Aaaaaaaaaahhhhh my legs! My legs! . . . they’re in my eyes!”

    My husband and I have decided that all Nic Cage films can now be described by shouting any main plot point and yelling that it is in your eyes.

    For example:

    My alcohol! My alcohol! It’s in my eyes. — Leaving Las Vegas

    The fire! The fire! It’s in my eyes. — Ghost Rider.

    The babies! The babies! They’re in my eyes!” — Raising Arizona

    SJP’s nose! SJP’s nose! It’s in my eyes! — Honeymoon in Vegas

    Arg, my imaginary brother! My imaginary brother. He’s in my eyes! — Adaptation.

    Try it; it’s fun.

  6. i had diarrhea after watching this movie. but i was compelled to watch it again.

    then my friend and i spent a solid hour and a half reenacting classic movie scenes replaced with nicolas cage.

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