(BRANDON HANSEN/Managing Editor of the Chewelah Independent)
I really do apologize for the four to five years that your opinion page has been hijacked by a glasses-wearing nerd who has steered the editorial page away from national politics grandstanding to top ten lists and satire.
But here we go again, to really kick off 2020 with one of the most ridiculous articles to grace the Chewelah newspaper, here are some lessons “we can learn from the movie Tremors.”
What is Tremors, you ask? Tremors is a 1990 American monster comedy film where people in the small desert town of Perfection, Nevada fight for survival against giant, worm-like monsters hungry for human flesh. It stars a very young Kevin Bacon, and was basically on repeat on satellite TV over and over from 1995-2005.
Why is this important now? Well, let’s get started.