Monday, April 19, 2010

Mail on Sunday

Yesterday, I returned to Denmark after having spent 4 days in another Scandinavian country (yes, I'd been to Jylland once again) and found Fred Anderson's film KRAFTVERK 3714 in my mailbox. Yay! Thanks, Fred! I also got the new Fangoria, boring stuff from the dole office, and some chick's fashion magazine. If it were a question of a wrong house number but she lives in a completely different street - with a street name that sounds nothing like the name of the street I live on.

Anyhoo, I'm definitely looking forward to watching Fred's film. Check this review on Magnus' cool Cinezilla blog (since "Magnus" won't tell me who he really is [because he's some hotshot telly producer on Swedish TV] he's just gonna have to live with being "Magnus" on this blog. Most people in Sweden are called Magnus anyway).


  1. Actually, one of my middle names is Magnus. And my last name is the second most common surname in Sweden. God, I'm so mainstream

  2. You mainstream douchebag get off my blog!!

    I believe most people in Sweden are into rubber monsters too!! You lowlife scum!!


  3. LOL - There are no bigshot producers in Sweden Jack, the TV Stations run everything just like in Nazi Germany.

    the man called Magnus ;D

  4. Haha, okay. I think Sweden and Denmark are quite like the UK and the US with you being very British and toning things down. Danish people would ACT as if they were bighot producers even if they were working on the smallest and crappiest li'l telly station there is. I certainly would, haha.

    Hmm, maybe I should apply for a job on SVT. Hmmm.