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Blue Velvet - (Film)


All seems normal in this quiet American lumber town, until one day when this voyeuristic college boy’s father suffers a serious stroke. This stroke causes the father’s hose to spray out of control. While this may seem like a silly waste of water, a near by dog sees this as a great opportunity to catch himself a quick drink. As someone’s unattended baby hobbles up to catch himself a glimpse of the action, the viewer is sent beneath the surface of this piece of pre-Wal-Mart small town Americana to see critters doing what critters do.

You wouldn’t guess, but there is a real nutty guy who wants to keep things his way in Lumberton. Whether it is bourbon, Pabst, or his favorite song leading his instincts, Frank wants to see results. So pop some popcorn and round up the fam. Blue Velvet is sure to be the crown jewel of anyone’s DVD collection.

P.S. When you come to Tonawanda, New York don’t forget to venture to Nestor’s in North Tonawanda for some shit canoes. I recommend at least three up. Yeeeee Haaaaa. And Sausage!!!!!! Ouuuuu Ouuuuuu. Hmmmmmmm. Smiles.

Rating: 5/5
By Peet and Sarah's Friend From Across The Pond, Esq.


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