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Still Sick

'Spike and Mike' serve up another season of twisted animation

By Richard von Busack

I'M SURE all this is exactly what Winsor McKay had in mind. This year: "No Neck Joe III," "Die Hard in Under Two Minutes" by Russia's Konstantin Bronzit; the promising "Tyson: I Am Not an Animal" by David Lipson; "Ballet Blues" by Thomas Kung, "Bowlin' Fer Souls" by SuperGenius, based on the old German legend of Faust, as misheard by some people from Milwaukee; and "Horned Gramma" by Dave Foss. "Legend of Raggot" by Sean Scott, is derived from a certain urban legend about R*****d G**e, just named the sexiest man alive by P****e magazine. Clue: he was the co-star of Pr***y Wo**n, is a close personal friend of the D***i Lam* of T***t, and is rumored to have sportingly stuffed a g****l up his a**. Where these stupid, hurtful stories get their origin I have no idea. I only pass them on, myself. "Grimm's Humpty Dumpty" by Ryan Montrucchio updates the egg's story to a gangsta's tale. "Swing Sluts" reunites Summer & Tiffany as they decide to enter the swing scene. "Billy's Balloon" by Don Hertzfeldt is a dead-cruel number about a sub-par child and a mean balloon--while much that Spike and Mike serves up is far too lowball, this one hits the spot. Plus: "Beat the Meatles," "Radioactive Crotch Man," "Forrest Dump" and "Foreskin Gump," both by Roy T. Wood, "Surprise Cinema" by Bill Plympton, and "Home, Honey, I'm Higher: What You Should Know About Drugs."


Spike and Mike's 1999 Sick & Twisted Festival of Animation (Not rated; 18+ only), opens Wednesday, Nov 24, at the Towne Theater in San Jose.

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From the November 24-December 1, 1999 issue of Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper.

Copyright © 1999 Metro Publishing Inc. Metroactive is affiliated with the Boulevards Network.

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