Thursday, July 7, 2011
A man and an insect were crossed,
their molecules jumbled and tossed
This specious new species
will feed on your feces
and all of your neighbors accost
The Fly (Kurt Neumann, 1958). Thanks to David Cairns for sticking me with the title. And speaking of the talented and prolific Mr. Cairns, he has a column each Thursday on The Daily Notebook. It's called The Forgotten, and, like everything else he writes on film, it's pretty terrific.