I have no words. Besides these ones. And the blog title.
And these ones down here.
Modern musicians only wish that they could make music videos this awesome. This is Evil Dead in music video form. I mean in the cheesy-become-awesome sense, not in some other sense!
If we’re talking about actually Evil Dead in music video form, I’ve seen that too:
So I was listening to this in the car today…
…And I thought, “Who is this guy?”
Most critics of Centerfold take a feminist slant, focusing on notions of male possessiveness and the commoditization of the female body.
Not me. I thought, “Have I met this guy? What’s he look like? What’s he like?” Continue reading Why The Lens Character From J. Geils Band’s Centerfold Is A Creepy Otaku
On the 29th, after madly dodging avoid spoilers for over two weeks, I finally hauled off to a movie theater with my girlfriend and my best friend from high school and watched The Hobbit.
So, yesterday I went to see this movie. It’s great. You should go see it before I complain about it. If you’re spoiler-sensitive, don’t “Read More” just yet. This entry will wait.
I just spent the best two hours of my Saturday night watching Flash Gordon (1980). I’ve never before encountered such a gloriously semi-coherent cocktail of ball-shrieking insanity, cheesy one-liners and acid-fueled green-screens.
In short, holy shit, I love this movie like, so much.
For the last month or two, I’ve been absolutely crazy to see the movie Sucker Punch, or as I heard it called (sounds like a great pitch quote) : “Alice in Wonderland with Machine Guns”. I’m not aiming to spoil this for anyone, so there’s a courtesy cut below. Don’t go complaining to me about spoilers if you clicked to read the rest: This entry is about the intersection between plot and message, and how the two can undermine each other, leaving the audience dissatisfied. Also, I will say above the cut that the movie is definitely worth seeing. The 1% of the movie that I complain about is what I focus on in this article, not the 99% that was amazing.
Serial Experiments Lain is a haunting story about a girl named Lain, living in modern-day Japan, who lives a largely computerless existence. Continue reading What I’m Watching: Serial Experiments Lain
The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a science fiction anime made in 1993, adapted from the novel The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, according to Wikipedia.