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I had a bad dream tonight

September 29th, 2007 by Maxim · 4 Comments · 3,324 Views


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I think I should watch fewer movies. Tonight I got a clear indication of that. I don’t remember the entire dream, but the most vivid part of was the ending.

In that dream, myself and my spiritual/martial arts mentor played by Sean Connery had to fight two Hell-hounds in the basement of a church using nothing but our martial arts skills and kitchen utensils. The scene begins in the basement where we had an argument about his over-controlling and tough mentoring style and my desire to go in a different direction both spiritually and physically, when we heard some sort of “hell-hound alert” and had to run through the corridor in the basement with a lot of rusty pipes sticking around and lit by an only light bulb, to the church’s hall. Then lights go out entirely and all I could see were silhouettes of Hell-hounds in the church’s windows, with the only source of light being the full Moon outside low in the sky. I heard sounds of the fight between one of the Hell-hounds and my mentor Sean Connery behind me, and it sounded like he sliced that Hell-hound like sliced bread (while the Hell-hound was still air-born) with his two butcher knifes. Then I caught a glimpse of second Hell-hound readying to jump at me. I thought, “Bring it on!” and woke up.

Pulitzer prize, please.

By the way, it wasn’t young Sean Connery from James Bond, and it wasn’t old Sean Connery from Entrapment, but more like mentor figure he was in “Murder at 1800″ and slightly evil touch of Sean Connery from “The Hunt For Red October”. So you can see, our argument in the basement makes a lot of sense.

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 greg // Sep 29, 2007 at 1:41 pm

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    nice :D

  • 2 Todd Yoshikawa // Oct 2, 2007 at 9:23 am

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    Maybe you just saw “Highlander”? Or maybe Sean Connery is a representation of Tom. :)

  • 3 Maxim // Oct 2, 2007 at 9:43 am

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    :) Yeah, Tom-the-”Iron Chef”! No wonder he dealt with that hellhound so quickly! Not a bad idea, Todd.

  • 4 Tom // Oct 2, 2007 at 2:26 pm

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    I don’t think I’d do very well against a angry dog. I’m much more suited for cuddling bunnies.

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