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DVD Review - Bats
OK quick try to guess what Bats is about. If you said that, it must be about some mutant Bats, which start attacking people, then you would be correct. Is it campy? Yes. Has it been done before? Lets see birds, bees, sharks, Aliens, or substitute any other beastie that you can think of. Make that a yes. What makes this one different then? A good cast, that doesn't take it too serious to believe. In addition, if you have read some of my reviews here before, you know that I really hate it when a Horror movie goes for a PG-13 rating just to make it more appealing at the box office. The movie Bats solves this problem by going for a PG-13 rating at the box office (and VHS) and releasing the DVD with an "exclusive R-rated director's cut." For my money good, scary, horror, should be R-rated. The DVD looks and sounds good, and there are plenty of extras to keep you busy. Read our complete review...
Buffalo Bat Wings (Chicken Breast)
2 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
Butterfly each chicken breast from the pointed side down should look like a pair of wings. Pound with a tenderizing hammer. Beat Egg in to milk Dip chicken into egg mixture. Then cover with flour on a plate. Either pan fry or broil till completely cooked. Pour Buffalo sauce into a large zip lock bag add chicken shake till chicken Is covered with sauce place 1 slice of Swiss cheese on each chicken breast And bake for 5 minutes or till cheese is melted.
Best served with baked potato or on a Kaiser roll as a sandwich with fries.
Bite into one of these wings before the bats bit you.
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Drink of the Week - Vampire Bloody Mary
1 1/2 oz Vodka
Shake all ingredients (except celery) with ice and strain into an old-fashioned glass over ice cubes. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add the Stalk of Celery and serve.
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OK quick try to guess what Bats is about.
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Buffalo Bat Wings
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Vampire Bloody Mary
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