The Cinema Snob commences Public Domain Month with Abel Ferrara's controversial "Driller Killer".
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Cinema Snob claims that Reno sees an ad on TV for the power drill (which he later uses to kill people), however Reno already owned the drill at this point and the actual commercial was for a portable power pack, which allowed Reno to carry the drill around with him. See more
Unknown to Reno, his girlfriend starts having serious doubts about their relationship. Can't imagine why. When she gets a letter from an old lover.
This Thursday is the fifth anniversary of the first day we met.
[the letter includes a $100 bill
It was nice of Ben Franklin to write her that letter.