Monday, December 06, 2010

Jonathan King: Nation's Vile Pervert returns as God this Christmas

Jonathan King as God in Vile Pervert
Jonathan King sends Madame Arcati a gorgeous Christmas card with a cover pic of him as God bearing news of his 2010. He reports that his movie Vile Perpert: The Musical hit 55,000 downloads this year while iTunes brought in a tidy sum.

Unfortunately, Madame Arcati was on her extended 'retirement' this summer when Private Eye revealed that the author of the novel Beware The Monkey Man, Rex Kenny, was none other than.... Jonathan King.

The exposĂ© resulted in 'dozens of review copies (sold unopened by "reviewers" to shops) to shift from Amazon within days.' Flogging unread review copies to bookshops is a nice money-earner for our nation's impoverished critics.

If you want to know more about his novel, visit the dedicated website.  I'm sorry I didn't get to read or review it: perhaps I shall in 2011. However, if you haven't already, do read my review of his excellent film Vile Pervert. The unelected YouTube nannies have of course disabled the video excerpt for the protection of one's fragile morals, but JK's put up another ('Wilde About Boys'). You can watch the entire film here.

Also, read my review of his excellent memoirs 65 My Life So Far. An ideal prezzie for bystanders to pop culture.

10 comments:

Joe MacFarlane. said...

I'd much rather glop off over Trinny and Susannah.

Madame Arcati said...

'What's glop, mummy?'

Anonymous said...

bless im

Raine Dear said...

He looks more like Father Christmas. I'm sure Toys R Us would would love him in their grotto.

Joe MacFarlane. said...

Glop is a classier version of jizz.

Madame Arcati said...

I'm telling your fiancee.

Joe MacFarlane. said...

I think she broke it off.

Virtual Factory said...

Only temporarily. All things are forever subject to change in Farahstan sweetypops.

Madame Arcati said...

Chaos is endemic, honeybunch.

Joe MacFarlane. said...

Can I be Honorary Consul for Northern Ireland to Farahstan? It actually sounds like a place!