by Niall McArdle Although this might sound like an imitation of the distinct voice and unusual speech pattern of Christopher Walken, it is the voice of the man himself reading Edgar Allen Poe‘s classic The Raven. Walken was recorded in 1997 by Hal Willner as part of Closed on Account of Rabies, an audio compilation […]Read more "Once upon a midnight dreary: Christopher Walken Reads Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven”"
We don't know if the remake will feature songs, but given his fondness for karaoke, we can only hope that Murray will be singing "Bear Necessities".Read more "Bill Murray is Baloo!!!"
Today’s post for the ongoing Royale with Cheeseathon comes courtesy of Anna at Film Grimoire, a truly fantastic (and not at all grim) film blog that’s well worth checking out.Read more "The Royale with Cheeseathon Guest Post: Film Grimoire’s Fab Five"
To mark the twentieth anniversary of Tarantino’s twisted crime tale, for the next few weeks I’m hosting a Royale With Cheeseathon.
You’re welcome to submit as many articles as you wish, on practically any topic, as long as you link your theme in some way to Pulp Fiction.Read more "The Royale With Cheeseathon: Celebrating 20 Years of Pulp Fiction"