Eucharist With Holy Water Chaser: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Dec. 2015 Edition, Vol. 3:10
Being That December signifies several of the most important spiritual days of the calendar year: Christmas and Pearl Harbor Day (when the spirit finally moved us to bring a colossal dose of whoop ass unto our enemies), it seemed only fitting, as a holiday offering to all of you heathens who still deign to follow this site, to present an offering which might honor the brave and tenacious adventurers who- despite all rational indicators to the contrary -still maintain a stubborn faith that miracles do indeed occur in the modern world and thus they will find themselves justly rewarded during their mortal lifetime with something resembling brand new timely offerings of rambling critical dissemblance, the type of which CSR has come to be known. Well… not to be a naysayer, but if we were the betting types, we’d put the better odds more in favor of the chances of viewing a burning push in the middle of the New Jersey Turnpike. And with that sincere caveat we present yet another edition of America’s most notoriously low-budget national pastime, the monthly Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, this time brought to you by those good folks who manufacture and distribute SKITTLES, America’s favorite nutritional substitute: remember what Vatican II said: When thinking neon colored breakfast sacrament, think SKITTLES. In this edition we focus our attention on those good persons of faith and the cloth (no, not Manny the washroom attendant at Peter Luger; that’s a different kind of cloth) who persevere through spiritual and moral crises; not to mention dumb online photo quizzes. Each of the twelve images is from a feature film in which such a character is prominently featured. Your task (yes, there comes a heavy burden with reading this stuff) is to identify all twelve films and to confess your effort to a higher power (which would be us); the first five to do so successfully (it’s the holidays and we’re feeling generous) will be issued their own CSR CULTURE SHOCK AWARD, a nonsectarian token which (rumor has it) can substitute for tolls in the Lincoln Tunnel or tips at the Carnegie Deli. Good luck.