Sunday, January 27, 2008


Much has happened this month. Unfortunately, none of it has been on DESTRUCTIBLE MAN!
Kevie has had an unusually full work schedule and Howard has just premiered his feature documentary, A LIFE IN THE DEATH OF JOE MEEK on the festival circuit. So forgive us.
But we are back now and with a cornucopia of articulated mayhem to report!

Before we jump full-throttle into the breach, it has come to the FMB's attention that Cinema Retro has posted an enthusiastic endorsement on our modest cyber-dwelling on their blogspace. Their print-mag was essential reading even before they mentioned us, but now we would recommend subscribing as soon as possible! Thanks, Cinema Retro!

We'd also like to chuck a jointless load of thanks at Richard Harland Smith over at Turner Classic Movie's Movie Moorlock blogspot. Richard has affectionately linked our Ten Little Indians DD examination from a few months ago to a recent exploration of the cinematic history of Agatha Christie's similarly, but more provocatively titled novel. So thanks, RHS!

We'd also like to thank everyone who has faithfully returned to DM again and again. Gawd knows you deserve it!

- The Management

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