Review of chapter "Sorry We Forgot the Brownies" from Katrina
Nicely done. :)
Review By [Katrina
] • Date [29 Jun 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Sorry We Forgot the Brownies" from ShyBob
Tightly crafted enough to stand on its own, with enough references-in-passing to show it's part of the wider world of both genres. Blue blood on the carpet--priceless! Nicely done.
Review By [ShyBob
] • Date [11 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Sorry We Forgot the Brownies" from Elleria
Review By [Elleria
] • Date [31 Mar 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Sorry We Forgot the Brownies" from missinglink
Aces here. Gotta say that while it may appear evident, until I read this the link wasn't obvious to me. Solid ficlet that could even be something more like a series of them. Mr. Ritchfield (ex military nut) would be fun to see interact with those that actually fight a war regularly. Also having Xander lay the law down on poor Art after he sticks his snout in places they shouldn't go would also make for funny one offs.
Again you find and mine some definate crossover gold. Keep it up and get back to the GI Xander stuff at some point.
Review By [missinglink
] • Date [29 Mar 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Sorry We Forgot the Brownies" from dreameralways
Review By [dreameralways
] • Date [29 Mar 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Sorry We Forgot the Brownies" from Ghostrider
I remember that movie with a great fondness, especially Bruce Dern's character. Now that you've refreshed my memory of him, I can't help but think he could be family of Burt Gummer. They both have the same maniacal glee and crazy para-military mindset.
Wish you would write more in this verse, though.
Comments from author:
Sadly my muse wouldn't begin to know where to take such a story. I just did it because I was dissapointed that nobody else had crossed over with the brilliant piece of movie history that is The 'Burbs. I mean come on... Satanists moving into the Suburbs from L.A. (According to the alternate ending on the DVD.) How could you not think Wolfram & Hart clientele there?
I'm surprised this was as funny as it was though considering I don't think it's much of a comedy piece. Thanks for the review though... Who knows maybe it will inspire a writer like CrazyDan or something to carry on with a similar vein.
Review By [Ghostrider
] • Date [28 Mar 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]