I had to drive a few hours along the east coast for work and when I stopped to refuel in Virginia I found this “Sing Sing Sour Grape Johny Bootlegger” bottle of….I’m not actually sure. Is this fortified wine? I don’t think its technically liquor as they can only sell beer and wine based on what I know.
I guess it really doesn’t matter, I only bought it so I could save it for my sisters Kmiss present last year, because I don’t know what I could get her that is more meaningful than this…
This is the perfect example of the difference between my wife and I. On the left you have my directions. We mixed all the pets food and put it in the microwave so my son’s friend could come over and feed the animals. On the right are her directions. I think my directions were easier to read…
I have not been having the greatest luck when it comes to picking zombie movies, although I do think my standards are pretty high, which may be part of the equation. The really good zombie flicks are few and far between, and Valentine DayZ was no exception. It felt like vanity flick, like someone with a lot of money wanted to portray themselves as a bad *ss and had the money to bank roll this film.
It wasn’t horrible, but it was more amusing than good. So bad I couldn’t look away maybe? Yeah, that sounds about right, which earned this a 47 out of 100.
The last movie was such a let down I had to watch another.
When For A Few Zombies More begins I thought this was going to be another low budget, college project film, but I kept watching, mostly because I was also enjoying a tumbler of bourbon at the same time.
Actually, I was already on my second tumbler of Basil Hayden’s, because it is one of my standard bourbons, but anyway it did help me enjoy this campy, sometimes silly, but also enjoyable zombie flick.
Have a few drinks and enjoy For A Few Zombies More. Its not the best zombie move ever, but its also not the worst, and it was fun to watch, earning it a passing grade of 70/100.
Several years ago I won the “Worst White Elephant Gift” ever award with this bottle of Pinnacle vodka. Since then it has been passed back and forth every year, and this year it returned home with me, the first time its been back in my house since 2015. Now I get to store it so I can re-gift it next year.