Party Monster

Sunday, 03 September, Year 9 d.Tr. | Author: Mircea Popescu

I was going to crush this thingi like nobody's businessii, but it does in fact display a certain dainty elegance as a once-removed, meta-propriety. It is however entirely due to the excellent chemistry between the two male actors involved (and to a lesser degree due to the girl's iconiciii submissiveness). It in no way nor to any degree reflects the historical reality of the...

Don't know much about anything, that's why I got this song
One of my legs is shorter than the other n' both my feet's too long
'Course now right along with 'em I got no natural rhythm
But I go clubbin' every night hopin' one day I might get it right

I'm a clubbin' fool, I'm a clubfoot fool
I hear that beat; I jump outa my seat,
But I can't compete, 'cause I'm a
Clubbin' fool, I'm a clubfoot fool

The techno folks all dressed up like they's fit to kill
I walk on in 'n' see 'em there gonna give them all a thrill
When they see me comin' they all steps aside
They has a fit while I commit my social suicide, I'm a...

I got it all together now with my very own house clothes, hey!
My hair's all made in playdo, a pine cone up my popo
N' there's ketchup up my nose
I am really somethin'. that's what you'd prob'ly say
So pop your veterinary medicine but please buy a drink!
Oh god, please, buy something, cuz I'm a
Clubbin fool, I'm a...

I may be totally wrong, but I'm a
I may be totally wrong, but I'm a
I may be totally wrong, but I'm a

The only question that remains as to the "Sad Kids"iv is something along the lines of, "Did the 80s and 90s suck because of these imbeciles ? Or are these imbeciles the necessary result of the 80s and 90s sucking ?". It's not really all that important anyway, thoroughly memory warhole'd as they were. Nobody remembers any of the "American Pop" crap today ; let alone in fifty years. Who cares ?

But the utter irrelevancy of the historical sourcev can be readily cast aside ; as a work of fiction Party Monster works quite well, even though regrettably they do not have the valliance to ravish the slavish teenybopper on film. Something was lost in terms of virility between the prior decade, going from Brando anally raping the teenager to this ketamine-fueled Applebee's version of reality ; the scab left behind where it used to live itches and visually grates.

Nevertheless, Party Monster is easily the best movie any of its cast were ever involved with. Whether that's something or not is entirely up to you.

  1. Party Monster, 2003, by Fenton Bailey, with Macaulay Culkin, Seth Green, Chloe Sevigny. []
  2. Speaking of which, you understand this is exactly what Tucker Max was going for, in his belated, closeted homosexual manner, yes ? []
  3. chloe-sevigny []
  4. True to form, the USG police state refused to prosecute a notorious (and confessed) criminal for the greater portion of a year, in the hopes that self-same deranged lunatic might provide them with some convenient lies they might twist in court into "evidence" to falsely convict some club owner they had a hard-on for. Because yes, the whole functioning of the SOPS ever since the collapse of the US republic was all about "gotta get the rich guys". []
  5. James Clark, the more promising farmhand in the group is still working on the great american novel, if you're curious. []
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2 Responses

  1. [...] already had one by this title. It's not my fault they made two Party Monsters. This one is the orginal, and lesser [...]

  2. [...] huh. Well... fuck you. [↩]I don't have to -- seeing how it's on a platform I just assume it's lame as all get-out. What did Gitsie say, "really all of it... it's just an onesie" or something like that. [...]

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