Interview by: SuperheidiThere I was, sitting next to the most beautiful woman in the world. Now, for a straight woman, this is an extraordinary thrill, because normally this thing would inspire no more than normal jealousy in me.
But this surpasses jealousy. She's fucking amazing. She really is, in my opinion, the most beautiful woman in the world. She's also smart and talented. I feel massively inadequate
In 1973 a film hit theatres that would forever change the way we felt about lying in bed at night in the dark. Beds shook, walls scratched, and all of a sudden the thought would set in that we were not safe anywhere. Not even in our own homes. The film was The Exorcist. So much has been written about this classic it's hard to know where to start. It's been covered and covered to death. However, rarely has anyone heard from one of the film's stars - Eileen Dietz. Don't know the name? Well, I bet you know the face. The face that inspired fear and epitomized evil.
Cerulean Blue so intricately weaves a spell of ecological disaster, fascist government, and family drama that one is instantly drawn to the characters with genuine concern and intrigue. However, in the wake of Science Fiction classics like 1984, War of the Worlds, Red Mars, and the ecologically minded The Monkey Wrench Gang, and even the X-files, Cerulean Blue lacks the impact and awe-inspiring jolt of a potential future Earth that previous, and more successful, science fiction has.
Potter's Bluff, a quiet beach town, looks inviting at first glance. But behind its pleasant small town faÃƒÂ§ade lies something evil. Potter's Bluff is no place for strangers, and its residents are not what they seem.