It would be fair to acknowledge that I probably also have PMT, but big whoop, who doesn't? If I keep scoffing myself stupid at this rate, I will be lucky to fit into any of my summer dresses when summer does finally arrive. And that's another thing, this god forsaken, shit-house, rainy, cold weather that won't let up! I'm so fucking over it! Whatever happened to spring? It still feels like Autumn/Winter around here, and I'm so tired of the cold wind, torrential rainfall and having to run the heater all of the time. Enough!
There, I've had my rage out. Got it all off my chest, just needed to vent a little. In truth, I think that I am just tired of feeling like a grumpy cat, a black cloud, a sour girl. I hate myself when I get angry for no good reason, it's illogical and stupid and I expect so much more than this ridiculous whiny whinging. And what is with all of the gorging? You would think that I was stock piling for a famine - enough already!
Even though I know that I have less than two more weeks to go until this self induced sobriety ends and that yes, the physical benefits have been really great, I would be totally lying if I said that I wasn't missing my regular slice of oblivion.
But NO! Gotta stay strong, can't get weak now, I'm rounding the corner and heading into the home straight....I can do this! DETOX! DETOX! DETOX! Yeah, I'm gonna be my own damn cheer squad, besides it's not like me to quit out on a personal goal, I'm seeing this shit through to the bitter end, even if I am a fat angry bitch when I get there!
Release Date: 2001
Rating: R 18+
Running Time: 100 mins
A psychological horror-thriller and Bill Paxton's debut as a director, Frailty is a unique and eerie tale that was drastically underrated and overlooked. This is thought provoking horror, full of twists and intrigue that will leave you guessing to the very end.
Fenton Meiks (Matthew McConaughey) recalls the events of his twisted childhood to an FBI agent. It's a grizzly tale; he and his brother Adam were enlisted by his father (Bill Paxton) to become 'demon slayers' and rid the world of evil. These 'demons' are just regular people, however his father believes that he is receiving messages from God and that these people are true incarnations of evil. After laying his hands upon them, he can determine whether or not they must be murdered, and he forces the boys to participate.
Most of the gore happens off screen, so if you're put off by bloody murder scenes, fear not, the violence is moderate. The mayhem is on full throttle though, and you will be on the edge of your seat until the last scene, when all is revealed.
I feel that I must mention Matt O'Leary and Jeremy Sumpter for their incredible portrayal of the clearly confused and at times disturbingly enthusiastic children Fenton and Adam, probably some of the better child acting that I have ever seen.
FINAL SAY: Don't cry for her son, she wasn't human.
4 Chili Peppers