Microkhan by Brendan I. Koerner

“It’s Dangerous for Strangers in Atlantis”

September 25th, 2009 · 3 Comments

On our forthcoming trip to Africa, we certainly hope we don’t suffer Kathy Ireland’s fate and slip into an underground realm populated by refugees from an Olivia Newton-John video. But we reckon anything’s possible, so we’ll be sure to conceal our surface-world origins should foam columns give way.

Believe it or not, we actually saw this whole dog back in ’88; we were big fans of Ireland’s work in the swimsuit oeuvre. Alas, our only memory of the movie is of being vaguely disappointed in the lack of jiggle. Suffice to say that the experience forever soured us on Ms. Ireland’s skills as a producer of area rugs and carpets.


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  • Jordan

    Apparently you need a lot of insulation down near the center of the earth? But then if I was living in a place where the rocks might burn me, I’d cover up too.

  • Brendan I. Koerner

    @Jordan: Logic does not appear to be writer-director Albert Pyun‘s forte.

    BTW, I’m taking “The Power Broker” to Kenya. Your rec finally swayed me. But it’s an anvil of a tome–fingers crossed I don’t hurt my back carrying it.

  • Gramsci

    You want to set Blade Runner underground, complete with replicant-voiced blond woman– OK fine. But you can’t then have trailer music from Saved by the Bell. When one of your imdb memorable quotes is “Bitchin'” you know you’re in trouble.