Night O' Shite : How to Have a Good Night in with Bad Movies
It's Saturday night, there's nothing on television, you decide to rent a DVD from the local video shop. The problem is, you can't find anything good which leaves you faced with choosing the mediocre or the truly awful. The truth is, Hollywood churns out more bad than good, but don't just resign yourself to it, embrace it! Don't get out a bad movie, get out the worst movie. Don't go for poor, when you can go for appalling. Why not make a real night of shite of it? NIGHT O SHITE isn't about the worst movies ever made, it's about the ones they told you would change your life, be the best experience you ever had, were something you couldn't afford to missa and then turned out to be shite. Now, at last, there's a guide to Hollywood's worst, and not just a guide, it's a celebration. Don't have a disappointing night in watching Gigli alone. Invite your friends over, learn the worst lines, eat some themed food, worship Ben and Jen for what they are - just plain awful.
- 113 x 181 x 14mm | 204g
- 01 Jun 2007
- Random House Australia
- Arrow (Australia)
- Milsons Point, Australia
About Debra Taylor
Amy Cooper began her career on London's Fleet Street newspapers 15 years ago and then came to Australia as launch editor of the women's monthly magazine, B. She held senior positions on several other magazines before returning to newspapers. Debra Taylor has been a journalist for over 16 years, training on UK newspapers but quickly moving onto evening press as a section editor and columnist, then onto writing for national newspapers including The Daily Mail and Daily Mirror.