Who’s Karl Kesel? Why should you care? What’s his “agenda?”
All excellent questions. The answers will be here. Someday. Soon-ish.
In the meantime, Karl submits the following opinions and observations:
BEST MOVIE EVER MADE: Casablanca
RUNNER-UP: Shakespeare in Love
MOST IMPORTANT MOVIE EVER MADE: Everyone says Citizen Kane, and how can you really argue with that? But I’m still damn impressed by Raging Bull.
KARL’S FAVORITE MOVIE: Big Trouble in Little China
RUNNER-UP: Thelma and Louise
MOST UNDER-APPRECIATE WESTERN NOVEL: Anything For Billy by Larry McMurtry
THE ONE ZOMBIE NOVEL EVERYONE SHOULD READ: Day by Day Armageddon by J.L.Bourne
THE ONE ZOMBIE NOVEL EVERYONE SHOULD AVOID: I’m sure there are many, but the one I’m thinking of right now is Zone One by Colson Whitehead. Esquire said it was great. Sadly, they were wrong.