Ah, it was released straight to video. And for you cat lovers, there's a cat in it, crucial to the plot.
The movie is inspired, of course, by the famous song, "Love Potion No. 9," recorded by The Clovers, and used on the soundtrack of American Graffiti.
I had the musical phrase in my head this morning, "da dada number nine," because the poem-a-day prompt is "the significance of the number nine," but I had forgotten the love potion part, a sad testament to my lack of morning slatternliness.
(I also folded some laundry.)
That sent me on an odd search leading inevitably to 1) the biblical significance of the number nine 2) the occult significance of the number nine (I did not click any of those links, too scared) and 3) The Beatles, "Revolution 9."
(Do not read this blog entry backwards.)
the number nine!
April 9 poem-a-day prompt:
significance of the number 9