The Complete Series'' and ``Jack of All Trades -- The Complete Series'' show off ``Evil Dead'' star Bruce Campbell at his campiest
They may have bitten much style from Mark Leckey, Harmony Korine, and Charles Baudelaire, but Gentlemen, 2003--drifting footage of decrepit London toilets, sportive pigeons, and shimmering glitter, frosted with Morse-code bleeps and a voice-over that's the bitterest, campiest
bitch slap of default shallowness you're likely to hear any time soon--was another instance of Payne and Relph saying, in effect, "It's not like that, it's like this," and being absolutely correct.
Thanks to this book, we can now say with confidence that we know all about the campiest
classic of moviedom.
But when it came to entertaining its clients, The Hartford chose the oldest Italian restaurant in the city, Fior d'Italia, followed by a look at the longest-running, and campiest
, musical revue in town, "Beach Blanket Babylon," which managed to tickle the invitees with more than an hour of increasingly enormous hats.
12) This natural self is nonetheless an illusion (the "primitivo" being the most incongruous and campiest
of all the roles of the decadent dandy), and "en el fondo .
Freud, in himself and in Lacanian transmutations, provides the only interpretive framework for this whirligig of material, but to non-acolytes like myself, Garber's Freud is less a sense-maker than the campiest
spectacle and the silliest, most playful drag show of all.