Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Look What I Saw at the Bookstore Today

I saw this just as I was walking out of the bookstore this morning. I already regret I didn't get it, though I think I can probably get it tomorrow. Alex has already expressed his love of Bruce Campbell and what's not to love? We've already got everything from "The Army of Darkness" to "Xena" and now he's an author. And I've been very slow on the uptake here, he also had "If Chins Could Kill," published back in 2002. Man, I've been missing out. And surprisingly, I'm not being sarcastic.

9 comments:

Jason said...

I love love love everything Bruce Campbell, but "Make Love the Bruce Campbell" is regrettably awful, even for Bruce Campbell. It's not even fun in his normal campy way, it's just cheaply done, clearly hastily thrown together, and not even funny. Plus it's printed in a weird font.

Matt said...

Shucks, that's too bad. I saw "Make Love" recently and I almost bought it too. Maybe I'll just watch more episodes of Brisco County Jr. I love that show.

Stewart Sternberg said...

Bruce is a god..in a mortal budget kind of way, but jason's words express my fears concerning this book. I suggest getting it through a library or do what I do...order a large cup of coffee and read the damn thing at the book store.

SQT said...

Aw man, I was hoping to hear the book was really good. I guess I'll have to follow Stewart's example.

SQT said...

I just looked on my library's online database and they have "If Chins Could Kill." I'm stoked, I can read it and see if it's worth a purchase.

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

I remember reading both in a bookstore as well. I only thumbed through "Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way" and remember it being cheesey, but not that bad. I'd have to look at it again.

Carl V. said...

Ah, Bruce. He is so fantastic. I only wish he worked more often as I would love more Bruce Campbell goodness in my films and television shows!

My Reflecting Pool said...

I love the title. Never read him. I suppose now is the time to do so. Off to amazon.

Alex said...

Get them. Read them. Make love to them in the dark hours of the night, when you're all alone and drunk on large amounts of wine that pour forth from a very classy box, marked White Zinfandel.


I thought "Chins" was good, but I came in with the expectations only a B-movie fanatic could have, when it comes to actor-authored books.

It sure beats the hell out of anythinf Al Franken has written. I mean, at least Bruce is mildly amusing.