Back in 2009, Dennis Cozzalio, of the very wonderful blog Sergio Leone and the Infield Fly Rule teamed up and pooled together our superhuman powers (he can fly, I can chew glass) to discuss Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds in depth, over the course of four blog posts, each one going up not quite, but near enough, simultaneously both at SLIFR and right here at TKOFYH (that's the first time I've ever acronym-ized my blog, and it gave me a huge adrenaline rush). These seemed to go well for both of us. So, a while back, Dennis and I were talking about the Coen brothers, and at some point the conversation turned to their film The Man Who Wasn't There, which we both seem to have the same reaction to. I don't want to speak for Dennis, though, so I can only speak for myself when I say that this reaction is basically "That's a great movie. What the fuck is it?"
Dennis, then or later, suggested that he and I tackle this most peculiar of Coen brothers films in the same way we did Inglourious Basterds. So, beginning Wednesday, probably at night some time (if you're on the East Coast, anyway) Dennis and I will once again join forces, Dennis soaring through the air, and I eating whatever glass objects our foes hurl at us, to take on The Man Who Wasn't There. Currently, this project is pegged to last three days, but you never know, it could end earlier or later than that. We will have to See How It Goes, as they say. But so anyway, that's the plan, Stan. Be there! Or here!