I’ve noticed that a hilariously literal-minded parody of that 1980s chestnut “Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler has been making the rounds in the blogsophere. I was suitably amused, but I also found this new tidbit amusing.
I haven’t seen the latest Terminator movie yet, but I’ve been a big fan of the Terminator movies since the very first one back in 1984. I even kind of liked Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. At least, it wasn’t as bad as I had feared, and parts of it were pretty entertaining. However, what the Terminator movies have always lacked is one thing. That’s right: A power ballad of love, which my sister made me aware of the other day.
Feel the awesomeness of this video and its fantastic lines like:
- Judgment Day’s broken my heart (sung with nuclear explosions blowing up L.A. in the background)
- But nothing can Terminate our love.
Sorry, the SF geek in me just couldn’t resist, and I’m too lazy to post anything substantive today…