January 19, 2007

I Wonder Anyone Makes A Pro-Gun Popcorn?

A few bloggers have suggested movies to see. Annika highly recommends a dark comedy called little miss something or other. If you're into christmas flicks then I've suggested A Nightmare Before Christmas while Colt CCO prefers Die Hard. Mary Katherine Ham suggests seeing The Pursuit of Happyness as a way to annoy a liberal. She's not alone as The Anarchangel has a very favorable review of it as well

There's a movie or two that it's been suggested you not bother with seeing though. Say Uncle points to a post about yet another anti-gun propaganda film. & I assume most readers here know about Bowling for Columbine right? If not here's a nice read on it not really being a documentary (from David Hardy).. & The War On Guns points to a review of Bill's Gun Shop that should make you just say no.

But there are still some pro-gun flicks to see. Bitter suggests checking out David Hardy's 2A Documentary. If that's not enough for you Snowflakes in Hell has a review of it & there's even a Wikipedia page about it. & JPFO has a video store with some interesting choices.

If you're more into a "how-to" mood then might I suggest MidwayUSA's gunsmithing vids, or their hunting vids, or their knife vids, or reloading vids, or their shooting vids.

Now if I could just get the right popcorn. Act 10/22 maybe? Orville Rugerbacher? Pop Suppressor? Pop Weaver Rail?

Posted by Publicola at January 19, 2007 09:27 AM | TrackBack

While they're not explicitly pro-gun, The Mummy and The Mummy Returns (the recent ones with Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz) are both fantastic popcorn movies with lots of vintage gun goodness.

Posted by: TD at January 19, 2007 10:46 AM

I agree. When me & my ex split I let her keep The Mummy series but recently went out & bought them again.

Ah, Bergman's, Webley's, & who could forget the Vickers? :)

Posted by: Publicola at January 19, 2007 11:40 AM

It'd be nice to find a decent microwave popcorn.

I used to use Newman's, which was especially good -- good flavor, and very few old maids. It's higher price has lead me recently to try other brands. Neither Act II and Redenbachers tastes as good, and both leave more old maids.

I might have to go back to popping it the old fashioned way.

Posted by: jed at January 19, 2007 08:50 PM