This installment is so bogged down and overburdened with its own mythology that it’s lost its heart.
Elton John is the rare artist who transcends the hubris of the concept, in his case going on this farewell tour is an act of grace and kindness.
Last year I let my cynicism hedge my bets on Get Out winning, but I take credit for that as a correct call.
Available today on iTunes the first episode of a podcast project I’m undertaking with a friend: Mon Men! We’ll be taking a biweekly journey through the Pokedex to discuss Pokemon design (Mon Mods), Hypothesizing what they’d be doing IRL (It’s a Mon’s World), and ending each episode discussing which Pokemon we think would make the…
Pink Christmas wastes no time at continuing and expanding on its universe and characters so effectively that this installment feels robust while leaving me wanting more.
Cordy has appeared here and there on this blog before, she’s an incomparably sweet english shepherd whose greatest tragedy is that while she’s impossibly soft and sweet, she hates cuddling. Generally, she likes to be within arm’s reach. There’s one exception to that though. She gets very worried and affectionate when I have a video…
The first film was merely prologue to a bigger adventure that begins in this film.
If you have a cool friend who notices something she thinks would be cool to do, do it. You might just find a new favorite band/artist/place to eat.
The same day I posted about my fuck up having seen the Suspiria remake when my friend and I intended on seeing the original 1977 Dario Argento film, my friend came through and found that a local cafe/bar/venue was doing a free screening of the original this past Sunday. Ideally, I may have preferred seeing…
I don’t need another chore added to my day- even if that additional chore has horses so realistically rendered that their “bits” shrink in cold weather.