Cantankerous Episode #7: Reed’s House – A Video Tour

Gerry's House

It’s been a long time coming, but you guys are in for a real treat. Last weekend myself, Sean and our good friend Roman paid Reed Farrington a visit to the Shatcave (a.k.a. Reed’s House). We brought some gear and decided to lay down a very special VIDEO edition of Cantankerous, giving you all what you so badly need: a tour of Reed’s House. What ensued was an intimate look into the soul of a man whose on-camera downward spiral into the realm of insanity left us questioning both his motives and our own universal relevance. Initially, Reed came across as an endearing and gracious host, but gradually his charms receded, letting his dark side seep through. Hoarding stuffed creatures for his own amusement. Single-handedly destroying entire colonies of lower life forms, simply to prolong the existence of his precious First Contact chocolate bars. A self-admitted psychopath and megalomaniac, ‘Reed’s House’ provides a candid and disturbing portrait of one of the 20th century’s most notorious (action) figures. Enjoy!

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  • http://Www.filmjunk.com Reed Farrington

    Even after months of not having a job to go to, I still have all the dead plants.

    Mark my words, “cluttered” will become a home fashion style in a year or two.

  • http://www.kutt-out.co.uk Billy Boyd Cape

    Seriously impressive. Funny and so so embarrassing at the same time.

    Brilliant editing.

  • http://www.filmjunk.com/category/podcasts/cantankerous/ Reed Farrington

    Embarrassing, Billy Boyd Cape? Oh, no wonder Sean and Jay avoid being seen in public with me anymore.

    We might be recording a new audio Cantankerous tonight. Depending on what Jay thinks is interesting or humorous, we might be discussing:

    - Freezing watermelon to make inexpensive Popsicles.
    - Turning my garage into a drive-in theater.
    - A renowned atheist who now believes in God.
    - The idea of people never leaving their homes (and I don’t mean their parents’ homes).

  • Andrew

    Reed, Reed, Reed… I don’t know what to say, except I once had a girlfriend who lived the same way you do…I just couldn’t deal with it.

    Record another audio Cantankerous soon, I have a hankering to hear more about your plans for those dead plants.

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