You should see the Huffington Post, or HuffPost*. Their bashing of Biden has reached surreal levels. They’ll literally run multiple hit-pieces a day, sometimes based on nothing. At first I thought it was meant to elevate the other Democratic candidates, but it’s SO emphatic that I too am starting to see conspiracies,…
As someone who was a fan of RATM in college, and followed politics closely years later, the revelation by Paul Ryan that that was his favorite band was stupefying beyond belief, to the extent that I question if he just made it up.
I concur. From personal interactions I’ve also noticed that “you never know” is the default rejoinder of old people whose logic is questioned.
Alls I know is that it was truly inspiring to see the D-Day centennial earlier this summer.
It’s good to see Aja still in the game, and that’s great that he’s saluting nature-run-amok! horror from the 70s/80s, however, something that’s not his fault either: this movie suffers from a seemingly very modern problem: the trailer shows so much that there’s really the sense that it basically shows the movie,…
Well, the neighborhood bully, he’s just one man. His enemies say he’s on their land. They got him outnumbered about a million to one, he’s got not place to escape to, no place to run.
Will smashing down his fort/treehouse thing was self-defeating, because if he really yearned to move onto the next phase of teenagerhood, such a structure would come in handy for myriad reasons.
If that’s the case, love the acknowledgement of NotC... even though that movie posited that two ‘80s valley girls had working knowledge of military firearms... but the more I think about it, at the time that might’ve been a sly wink to the then-current sociopolitical climate.
“Day of the Dead”?! That’s a deep cut right there.
Shit, for me it was the most horrifying. Dustin going into that world really enthusiastically and joyfully and thinking he’s going to kill it at this new stage of life and then finding out his abilities are pathetically short of his ambitions captured my experience at that age to a T.
A good choice. I’d completely forgotten about that song but heard it unexpectedly a few years ago (can’t remember if before or after CC’s death). It’s one of the better showcases of his vocal talent in his catalogue (I also put TOTD’s “Wooden Jesus” up there). “Seasons” is the kind of song that makes you stop doing…
“...after all, when it comes to vasectomies, there’s a vas deferens between...”
Now that I think about it, yeah, same thing with us (in Colo.). So I guess the guy came by at 6:50 p.m.
When I was in college in the ‘90s, “Seinfeld” was so popular that in my market it was syndicated with back-to-back episodes every night, i.e., a “Seinfeld” hour from 5-6 p.m. Once we were all sitting around our basement apartment watching it, waiting from someone to come over with, err, something for us (something…
I always though there was some cosmic irony in that Jon Stewart’s last night on the Daily Show was the same night as the first Republican primary debate of the 2016 election... it’s like, Stewart was such a friggin’ outlet for so long (I particularly loved his work during the three weeks or so when Sarah Palin was…
Not to pile on, but I’ve never understood this question. As many others have pointed out on this thread, there were myriad ways to extricate himself from the classroom that wouldn’t have caused a panic. He didn’t have to run from the room screaming like Homer did when he found out Marge was pregnant, he could easily…
Deadwood movie... oh, SPOILERS
Well, trying to revive “Creepshow” has never led to anything sub-par, so...”
If they get someone to faithfully re-capture Sam Kinison’s brand of history teaching, I’ll watch.