Speaking generally, at least fifty percent of all public toilets in US airports, convenience stores, museums, and restaurants indicate evidence of infestation (judging from the aversive techniques employed by the patrons).
See some of the aquatic insects found in our local streams up close and on the big screen for inspiration. Rockin' on the River Band: Absolute Journey Tribute | Special Guest Velvet Shake Time: pm - pm Admission applies.In the dead of a winter’s night in an abandoned building in Winnetka, 20 miles north of Chicago, an actor named Michael Guido, wearing a trench coat and fedora, suddenly found himself having a tense exchange with an older man pointing a gun at him:“I’m gonna give you to the count of 10 to get your ugly, yellow, no-good keister off my property before I pump your guts full of lead.”“All right, Johnny, I’m sorry,” Guido replied, backing away. “We went for it.”The script pages for the sequence turned up relatively late, referred to only as “the gangster film.” The eventual title—a tip of the fedora to the James Cagney’s It was Macat who persuaded Columbus to shoot the sequence using the techniques and black-and-white negative film stock of movies from the 40s. “We had nothing to lose,” said director of photography Julio Macat. Later, he uses it as a weapon in his arsenal against the Wet Bandits (and a hapless Little Nero’s Pizza delivery boy). It’s the perfect movie-within-a-movie: a one-minute-and-20-second noir-in-a-nutshell that feels like a fleeting glimpse of a long-lost classic.The high-key lighting, high-contrast aesthetic would evoke “a cross between film noir and the really crazy stuff you see in early television, like , including all the scenes inside the Mc Callister family home, the sequence was shot on a sound stage in the abandoned New Trier West High School gymnasium.