Our usual activity.
Poor PPCC readers.
Spoiled as you were by a super-PPCC renowned for its ability to update several times a week, you now find yourselves in the desert of PPCCness. "Where the hell is the next review? We've been sitting on that Dune review for AGES!" you might cry (we hope).
Well! PPCC reader, don't be alarmed! We are here to bring you the
FAQs of ABSENCE
or, also known as, the
FAQS of AN UNDEAD BLOG
1. Is the PPCC dead?
2. Well, where are you guys?
First, we were in the middle of nowhere. Then, our internet died. Lastly, our creativity was sapped by some of our other projects. The PPCC has promised itself that it will get paid for some of its writing. And lo! After much sweat and tears, we have succeeded in our goal! Now, the PPCC has promised itself that it will get paid again for some of its writing. And lo! The ax grinds...
What does this all mean, poor PPCC readers? It means that, when we admit defeat/get tired of our side-project, we will return with our usual active posting style. (Also, the Unspeakable has happened and we have exhausted our local Shashi supply. Time to go global! There are still over a 100 Shashis to watch!)
3. What the hell? I want movie reviews NOW.
And you're right to want that! This is a culture of NOW, and the NOW is also good for you, spiritually speaking.
So what will the PPCC do? The PPCC will guarantee that someday soon(-ish), it will deliver a few reviews.
4. Yeah, like what?
- Roshan Seth playing Nehru (again!) in a BBC docudrama!
- Shashi, Rekha and Pran cavorting among the palm trees of Kerala sans subtitles!
- This freaky sci-fi miniseries where Sam Neill keeps seeing Sam Neill in the window (because he's been sucked into a whirling vortex of paradox)!
- Jeff Buckley, in concert, in Chicago, in 1995, in amazingness glory!
5. What can I read in the meantime?
Well, don't think the PPCC is so cheap as to not have a waiting room! Firstly, you may consult our LINKS list on the right-hand side of the screen. Secondly, you can follow the PPCC steps and enrage yourself at Arts & Letters Daily (bastards! philistines!), inspire yourself at Boing Boing, entertain yourself at Strange Horizons, and purify yourself at Beliefnet (Belief-o-Matic highly recommended for much fun and jocularity!).
See you soon, faithful readers!