Thursday, October 1, 2020

One Can See How This Sort of Thing Happens

Early last year a friend was visiting from out of town and we popped into Bay Street Video, Toronto's super video store known to many movie fans who don't live in this great city. While there he and I each picked up a few titles. In my hands were the 1972 Bob Clark horror movie Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things, and director Steven Spielberg's 1993 powerhouse, Schindler's List. Both are worth checking out.

My buddy snapped the following picture of me and my two picks. There was something we both didn't notice at the time, and I only caught later on when I spent a few minutes preparing the pic for a blog post. The 'connection' made me uncomfortable enough that I stripped out the DVD on the right side and wrote a post including just Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things.

When I brought the original photo's odd but unintentional content relationship to the attention of my movie mate, he didn't have a problem with it. It's just one of those random things.

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