Saturday, September 19, 2009

And Then There Was NUN

I don't watch television. I know that sounds like a gigantic lie from a dude who blogged every episode of "Dollhouse," but I don't have cable (and, wow, it finally happened, I can't pick up even local stations anymore thanks to the whole dreaded analog to digital conversation), and I watch stuff at my friend's house or check out movies via Netflix or on the internet. But my mom went out of town yesterday and I was flipping through her channels just now, and came across a movie called THE NUN.

I would've kept on flipping if it hadn't been for the brilliant and/or hysterical copy the cable had about the film.

THE NUN (2005)
Anita Briem, Lola Marceli
A group of Catholic school girls are tormented by a sadistic nun. And if that isn't worth the price of admission, it gets even better. The girls fight back and end up killing the nun. All is good, until twenty years later, when it isn't Jesus who returns.

I swear, except for capitalizing "Catholic," I didn't change a word of the description. Whoever wrote that deserves a huge raise in pay.

Guess what I'm watching as soon as I turn on the sprinklers?

Rish "And then she unzipped her jumper" Outfield

1 comment:

Abigail Hilton said...

This is a movie description worthy of the Drabblecast.