Thursday, September 15, 2011

Deliverance from the normal T-shirt. Crazy Dog review and giveaway.

                                   
                    Deliverance from the normal T-shirt. Crazy Dog
                              review and  giveaway.
                               


Somewhere off in the distance I heard a banjo as I wrote this. Deliverance was one of the movie that warped my brain over the years. I never walk into the woods without hearing that classic banjo tune. Then a few weeks ago my mother and step father found out they were 5th cousins. These two things combined made me chose The Paddle faster, I hear banjos shirt from Crazy Dog T-shirts in their Movies section. I've seen a lot of T-shirts about movies, but Crazy Dog T-shirts are unique in that they are subtle and only a true horror lover would catch on right away.

Again I used my daughter as the model and was surprised by two things, first that she's seen Deliverance and second she wanted the shirt. So after a fifteen minute fight over who was getting the shirt I lost again, outwitted by the preteen. I did get a chance to wear the shirt for purposes of this review. It was very soft and comfortable. The design was flawless and isn't the type of design that peels off or sticks to itself after going in the drier. This shirt definitely gets my approval.

If horror movies aren't your thing that's okay, Crazy Dog T-shirts has something for everybody from 80's T-shirts to Funny onesies. You will end up having the same problem as me, trying to decide which one to get!


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36 comments:

  1. The russian film NIGHTWATCH
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  2. Inception. :)

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  3. The most mind-warping film I ever watched was "Night of the Living Dead" (the original one). A babysitter took us to the drive-in and I was waaay to young to see this movie!

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  4. The most mind-warping movie I've ever seen is Loose Change. So interesting and super crazy! I can't think of the government the same, and it's weird :-/

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  5. The most mind warping movie I've ever seen was Little Shop of Horrors, and worse yet, the darn thing has been haunting me for decades! I can't seem to get away from it!

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  6. Hmmm the best one I can think of right now would be The Cell, very unrated movie IMHO

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  7. Hmm the most mind warping movie I've seen is 1408.

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  8. Anything by David Lynch is pretty nind warping. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  9. I'd go with Clockwork Orange.

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  10. The most mind-warping movie I've ever seen was Night of the Living Dead (the remake). I've been obsessed with zombies ever since. I still have nightmares.

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  11. Four Rooms!
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  12. Clockwork Orange. Wow. cribcouture@yahoo.com

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  13. Any Mad Max movie. There's just something about them, the music, the people. I literally get sick watching them.

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  14. Probably Pi or Donnie Darko :) jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

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  15. A Clockwork Orange for sure!
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  16. The most mind warping movie would have to be Donnie Darko!

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  17. A clockwork orange would be my mind warping movie

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  18. Probably Pi. It was a total mind warp.

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  19. One of the Star Trek later movies, I guess.

    Nancy
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  20. I tried to do GFC, but it seems to be missing on your sidebar. Hope that still counts, since I tried!

    Nancy
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  21. I guess clockwork orange would be mine also.

    Teresa

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  22. Donnie Darko...odd!
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  23. The Rocky Horror Picture Show warped my mind pretty well. I love it, though.

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  24. the cook, the thief, his wife and her lover immediately comes to mind. pi was trippy too....i have watched a lot of mind-bending flicks in my day....
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  25. I would have to say dark crystal when i was little.
    I still have dreams witht he zecsis in it....
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  26. I have to agree with the Rocky Horror Picture Show being the most mind warping lol. Then I would have to say Pandorum was pretty confusing.

    Allison Lesley
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  27. One of my all time favorites. Rocky Horror Picture Show. Then after that Harold and Maude.
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  28. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas would be the one for me.

    AndreaH
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  29. Rocky Horror Picture Show but I love it and would watch it over and over.

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  30. That would have to be Brazil.

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  31. Toss-up between Rocky Horror Picture show & A clockwork Orange ((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) Very strange.....

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