Found Stuff: “My Favoritest Movies, Ever”

Found a couple creepy, hand-written lists (I’ll save the “Best Scarey Movies” for Halloween) on an empty table at Scottsdale’s Mustang Library:

My Favoritest Movies, Ever

1) The Psycho.

“The Shower Scene” has to be the sexiest, ever! This is the best Albert Hitchcock movie (except maybe “The Halloween.”) He is, truly, an ingenious.

2) My Dog Skipped.

For those who havent’ seen it, I wont’ give away the ending. But I cried like a baby when the kid died.

3) Harold & Mod.

The old lady is hilarious! I love it when she swears! Very sexy.

4) My Godfather, Part Two.

A rare case of the second one being exactly like the first. Usually, it’s different. The horse head, I laughed til I cried! 

5) The Natural One.

Just to know its’ not just about violent movies with me. I give a tie to this one and the other one about baseball whiches name I cant’ remember. 

6) Scarred Face.

Holy fuck! I never knew they could do that shit, in a movie and f-n swear! Hilarious. And sexy.

7) Dinosaur Park.

This is a great mix of romance/sex and action. The specialist effect makes it look like a docu-mentary and almost fooled me! (Ha-ha, I know they really didnt’ exist.)

8) The Something List.

I forgot the name but this is one for the ladies a real “chick flick.”

9) Popular Fiction.

While the dancing is very Erotic theres’ also some great violence. 

10) The Alien.

Probably should have put it higher but I forgot. Its’ obvious sexual but also gross and cool.  

About Tom Scanlon

Tom Scanlon started his journalism career as a sports stringer with the Pittsburgh Press (RIP) and Post-Gazette, then moved on to the Seattle Times, Mesa Tribune etc. He is the author of plays including "The Superhumans" and novels including "Ocean Shores Tourist Killer," "Atlantis City," and, now, "The Immaculate Jagoffs of Pittsburgh."
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2 Responses to Found Stuff: “My Favoritest Movies, Ever”

  1. Good point Gary... says:

    Who is this person?

  2. Gene Woodwick says:

    Scariest movies? I vote for
    The Dark at the Top of the Stairs and Man Afraid. Horror movies I don’t get; but these two scared the bejabbers out of me.

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