Sunday, October 27th 2013

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Marla: What is wrong with you?
Narrator: What did you just call me? Say my name!

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Friday, October 11th 2013

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Sunday, September 29th 2013

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Sunday, August 25th 2013

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Thursday, August 22nd 2013

Fight club

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Wednesday, August 14th 2013

Fight Club

Fight Club

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Tuesday, August 13th 2013

Fight Club

Fight Club

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Thursday, July 25th 2013

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Thursday, July 11th 2013

"All the ways you wish you could be, that’s me."

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Tag(s): fight club brad pitt

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Wednesday, July 10th 2013

"If I did have a tumor, I’d name it Marla.”

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Tag(s): Helena Bonham Carter Fight Club

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Tuesday, June 25th 2013

Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk reviewed by Suicide Blonde
I have a lot of thoughts about this book. I think Palahniuk owes David Fincher a lot – this book wouldn’t have its place in pop culture’s lexicon if it wasn’t for Fincher’s film. The book itself is weak, thin. The movie, the script, and the actors that fleshed out the weak characters from this novel are what made this book what it is today. The book is a gathering of facts and exaggerated boy-stories, it reads like a Maxim magazine. It also makes a lot of assumptions about class and gender. But all this is just fodder to the main point that kept hitting me over the head while I read, which was “THIS IS THE GAYEST BOOK I HAVE EVER SEEN” and this is coming from someone who used to regularly thumb through the Tom of Finland anthology from Taschen. The subtext of this book is so blatant it’s not subtext anymore. It’s like a gay porn that’s put in the straight section. I don’t know what exactly the author is trying to achieve here – the ability to have sexual contact with other men without condemnation or guilt, I suppose. Whatever it is, I would say the biggest audience this book would appeal to, and who I would most recommend it to over all is anyone who has a fetish for straight men fucking each other.

Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk reviewed by Suicide Blonde

I have a lot of thoughts about this book. I think Palahniuk owes David Fincher a lot – this book wouldn’t have its place in pop culture’s lexicon if it wasn’t for Fincher’s film. The book itself is weak, thin. The movie, the script, and the actors that fleshed out the weak characters from this novel are what made this book what it is today. The book is a gathering of facts and exaggerated boy-stories, it reads like a Maxim magazine. It also makes a lot of assumptions about class and gender. But all this is just fodder to the main point that kept hitting me over the head while I read, which was “THIS IS THE GAYEST BOOK I HAVE EVER SEEN” and this is coming from someone who used to regularly thumb through the Tom of Finland anthology from Taschen. The subtext of this book is so blatant it’s not subtext anymore. It’s like a gay porn that’s put in the straight section. I don’t know what exactly the author is trying to achieve here – the ability to have sexual contact with other men without condemnation or guilt, I suppose. Whatever it is, I would say the biggest audience this book would appeal to, and who I would most recommend it to over all is anyone who has a fetish for straight men fucking each other.

Tag(s): Fight Club book review book reviews Brad Pitt

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Sunday, June 9th 2013

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Monday, June 3rd 2013

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Wednesday, May 29th 2013

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Tuesday, May 21st 2013

Brad Pitt in Fight Club

Brad Pitt in Fight Club

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