Friday, March 24, 2006

Snakes! Planes!

Snakes on a Plane. It's real. There's an official website. They're talking about it on NPR. And according to, they're actually listening to what fans want. Fans who are obsessed with the film, but haven't yet seen it.

The Blair Witch Project was a passable product made into a cultural phenomenon by viral marketing. Could Snakes on a Plane be the exact opposite: a shitty studio movie coughed up by studio execs looking to make a mercenary dollar, which inadvertantly turned into a cultural phenomenon through viral nonmarketing, which will now become something better than it might have originally been?

I hope so.

Until then, "we've got MOTHERFUCKING SNAKES!"

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