Wednesday, May 6, 2015


There are many topics The Economist writes about that I know little to nothing about. Take, for instance: the economy. But arguably nothing else I've read in that fine publication made me shout HOW DID I NOT KNOW THIS quite like today's blog on Roar, a movie I'd never heard of but which sounds... demented.
"There, over the course of five years, Ms Hedren and Mr Marshall, an executive producer flush from “The Exorcist”, shot “Roar”. They faced the obstacles that might be expected—70 bloody attacks that injured lead actors and crew (Mr Marshall needed treatment for gangrene), and scalped their cinematographer—as well as others that sound like messages from God: floods, wildfires and feline disease."
I don't even... Just read the whole thing here, it's great.

1 comment:

Rebecca said...

I can't remember where exactly I read it for the first time, but I do remember the bonkers photos, only one of which is this article. The other ones I was thinking of are all here -

Snuggly bed lion anyone?