Wednesday, 11 January 2012

WAR HORSE

Earlier this week I emailed this marvellous illustrated review of War Horse to my dear chum and colleague Ashton Le Bailly. A.K.A Gash!
Here is Ashton. But never mind.
The talented Lisa Hanawalt caused us to have tears of laughter near galloping down our faces with her accurate appraisal of the equine genre of film, benedictcumberbatches and the high techonology of WW1. And the drawings! Don't forget the drawings! The one that particularly captured our imagination during this prolonged tea break was:
WAR HORSE! What is it good for. Absolutely EVERYTHING
and after recovering from review-reading, we expressed our regret that there was not a film about this powerful sort of turbohorse of fiery wrathful doom. Co-workers felt the same. Which begat:
Paul's effort (War Horse 2: This Time It's Personal)on the bottom, Lola's (War Horse 3: The Mare Is Back) above.
Which begat:
WAR HORSE 4: MORE WAR
Which begat:
WAR HORSE 5: HORSEAGGEDON
Which begat:
WAR HORSE 6: RISE OF THE WARNICORNS
Whew. So have a go, dear reader. Draw a War Horse. Submit, in all senses of the word. Perhaps some big-shot producer will stumble across this blog (because I'm sure that's how they get their ideas, Googling for the blogs of 20-something gothling bachelorette midgets from Hove) and will make it happen. Win-ney.