THE REAL DOCTOR (Chapter ?) Draft Written by Alex Gross (copyright 2019) Doctor Thomas Fenton wasn’t a real doctor. Not really. He called himself “doctor,” signed documents as “Doctor,” and introduced himself to his second, and third wife as “doctor,” but he wasn’t really a doctor at all. It bothered him of course, that he… Continue reading Space Force 6 (Chapter Excerpt)
It's been almost 23 years since we last cheered on the District Five, Junior Goodwill Team USA, Eden Hall Mighty Ducks and the country is worse off for it. In 1992, The Mighty Ducks kicked off a string of Disney children's sports films--which were all basically rip-offs of The Bad News Bears--which almost never happened. When NHL… Continue reading Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: The Mighty Ducks Franchise
Every time a seemingly random act of violence occurs, our brains rely on social and cultural clues to bring some sense of reason to what is potentially unreasonable. Our brains, however, have another natural response to contradicting stimuli or irrational behavior; and that's called "cognitive dissonance." Cognitive dissonance occurs when one is aware that something… Continue reading Maybe our relationship with video games isn’t so simple
At long last, Sailor Twift MAGAzine is back...and just in time for Mid-Summer Madness! Our first cover-story is Lorne Mugawnagoats' exciting new therapeutic and religious exercise: Spiritworkers Angel-Light Healing. She and her mysterious student (prisoner?) treat you to intricate and fascinating demonstrations and explanations of the amazing healing power of metaphysical angel-light. https://youtu.be/b3oveTTKyV0 Everybody is raving about Little Breakfast Boy--a middle-aged manchild… Continue reading Sailor Twift MAGAzine: July Issue 2019
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https://www.instagram.com/p/ByvNkpyj9oO/ Perhaps it's because I'm getting older and more prone to daydream about being a father, or maybe my perception of the comic con crowd is actually legitimate, but it seems to me that the annual Wizard World Comic Con event in Philadelphia is becoming increasingly targeted toward children. As it should be. The weekend-long… Continue reading The Wizarding World of Wizard World Philadelphia
(The following editorial is a matter of opinion. The author has no inside knowledge of the subject and all thoughts herein are purely speculative in nature.) Hannah Gadsby, the Australian performance artist masquerading as a comedienne, rose to international prominence through her interminably turgid Netflix special, "Nanette." The hubris gained from being suddenly world-famous has turned Gadsby… Continue reading The ‘Nanette’ Delusion
I've been a fan of Taylor Swift's since September 13th, 2009. Most people would lie to you and say "I've been a fan since the very beginning," but not me. This was a very specific date when something very significant happened. Less than a year after America had elected its first black President and Taylor… Continue reading The Curious Case of Taylor Alison Swift
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As we get closer and closer to the fictional narrative of The Purge, people are angry, violence manifests out of anger and politicians stoke the flames of chaos by encouraging the political Left to engage in acts of physical and mental aggression on their opponents. Halloween is once again upon us; one of the key holidays… Continue reading Sailor Twift InstaZine: Tha Spooktacular Issue (Oct. 2018)
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Every year there is a palpable anticipation for our local Philadelphia version of Wizard World Comic Con, and 2018 was no exception. Generally, the first step in building the excitement is what film, tv, media and pop culture projects are in the works; or what is set to be released around the time of the event.… Continue reading Going Solo: A Wizard World Story
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A year end wrap-up with some of our favorite Philadelphia characters and how they've doomed us for 2018.
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As an unapologetic Star Wars apologist, I feel that we need to get several things straight right away regarding a personal and a public response to this latest trilogy installment, The Last Jedi. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j78oe2QB7X4 Let's start with the personal. With the unquestionable exception of the Wookiee-related sections of the Star Wars Holiday Special, I can watch anything in… Continue reading The Last Jedi: Most Divisive ‘Star Wars’ Ever?
On November 10, Taylor Swift had the physical release for her 6th studio album, "reputation." I remember the day for two reasons; one because I rushed out to buy the album (twice) in order to move up in the priority list for Reputation Tour tickets on Ticketmaster...and two, because it was released on the 10-year anniversary of the… Continue reading A totally biased review of Taylor Swift’s ‘reputation’
It's been far too long since the last Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault--last November, actually! Not to pat myself on the back too much, but I think I picked the perfect film to cover this time around. Disney has recently announced its plan to remake a favorite amongst Millennials specifically for the Disney Channel. But isn't every pre-9/11 Disney… Continue reading Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: Hocus Pocus
Despite being oversaturated with historic monuments, murals, structures, and artifacts in the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and specifically the city of Philadelphia, it is endlessly troubling how detached our citizens seem to be from that history. Recently, a small, but nevertheless obnoxious, group of individuals led by Councilwoman-at-Large and Asian spirit who kills you seven… Continue reading Is Philly’s Octavius Catto Monument a Warning?
You may have already forgotten (good for you) that the "rap rock supergroup" Prophets of Rage formed last year featuring most of Rage Against the Machine/AudioSlave, two members of Public Enemy, and B-Real of Cypress Hill. The amalgamation of middle-aged artists who have never written a good song in their 30+ years in the industry (with the possible exception of… Continue reading Prophets of Rage is a Cringe Masterpiece
Yesterday, a publicly funded organization called Monument Lab unveiled its latest Fall installment at Dilworth Park in Center City Philadelphia. The "monument" is an 800 lb. statue of an afro pick topped with a "Black Power" fist...because a slogan and symbol associated with African American terrorist groups like The Black Panthers is seen by the social… Continue reading Philly Combats History with SJW Propaganda
Ask yourself a question. What moral authority do you have over your neighbor? If your answer is anything other than "None, whatsoever," we have a serious problem on our hands. We live in an environment right now where large sections of our populous and governing bodies, regardless of intention, are both shameless and authoritarian. Shameless, through… Continue reading Your Hot Take on Statues is Garbage
https://www.facebook.com/VICE/videos/836106116549340/?hc_ref=ARTlbGWQV2vo2heUj6ZpUS25PnWcO_-XlqzUI6EOXcdbvDhxHfew1IjHQ1FzzAUwVCE In the latest "revisionist history" news, Vice has interviewed a couple of art historians about the possibility of ancient Roman statues having been painted back in the day. A study which, on its own, would be at least vaguely interesting, turned into a new accusation of "whitewashing" history through nothing other than...white stone. Yes, that's… Continue reading White people don’t get to have a history
What's in Mountain Dew? / The soda commercials you don't remember / Bastille Day 2017 in Philly / Finally, an analysis of Spider-Man: Homecoming / Internet Historian takes on the Furry Convention / The Suit Saga in the TommyVerse / Review Brah Flame War DOWNLOAD the LATEST EPISODE HERE! or on iTUNES and STITCHER RADIO! Join the Roxborough Always Rants & Sometimes… Continue reading Rox Trash Radio, Ep. 40: Let Them Eat Tastykake
Internet safety / That's Bris Baby! / The rise and fall of Xander Berkeley / #DatBodaciousness / The Walking Dead stan community opens up / The boys go on a golf outing / We are all Alex Jones / Roxborough is on fire / Daddy's Roommate and other gay shit / Spider-Man Homecoming diversity /… Continue reading Rox Trash Radio, Ep. 39: Creepin’ on Teenz
The 2000s By: Eddie Caiazzo Why didn’t the year 2000 have any movies named in this survey? Unfortunately, the Y2K hysteria was scarier than any horror movies released that year. We’ll leap right over the first year in the decade straight into 2001, where some asbestos removal guys get to work on the Danvers State… Continue reading 1990 to Now, A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade: Part III of V
Philadelphia-Based Production Studio's Dark Comedy Named "Official Selection" to Top 100 Film Festival PHILADELPHIA - June 12, 2017 - PRLog -- AUTO SHOP, the highly-anticipated dark comedy from Sailor Twift Studios, has been named an "official selection" to the fourth annual FLY Film Festival in Enid, Oklahoma; a Film Freeway Top 100 reviewed festival. AUTO… Continue reading Sailor Twift Studios’ First Film Auto Shop Premiering at FLY Film Festival
A newborn baby gorilla at the Philadelphia Zoo / Cheesesteak Madness Semi-Finals / Wahlburgers is now the best burger in Northern Liberties / Roxborough plant thieves / Regular Roxborough thieves / Wonder Woman Colleen Campbell runs afoul of the Helium Comedy Club / Tommy eulogizes Adam West / JXC Studios and the vault / Alex… Continue reading Rox Trash Radio, Ep. 36: Baby Grape Ape
Cheesesteak Madness Round Wrap-up / Gorgas Park Candlelight Vigil / Dan Mansplains Supernatural / The Report of the Week: Evolution / Revisiting JXC Studios / Everything, Everything trailer and full plot spoilers. DOWNLOAD the LATEST EPISODE HERE! or on iTUNES and STITCHER RADIO! Join the Roxborough Always Rants & Sometimes Raves Facebook Group for the inside scoop! –Follow today’s crew:… Continue reading Rox Trash Radio, Ep. 33
Cheesesteak Madness Round Three / The great T&F Debacle / The Fyre Festival disaster / JXC Studios releases a long-awaited gem / NFL Draft in Philly / Dan Mansplains #Supernatural Tweets from Girls on Twitter / The faux-Yale hunger strike! DOWNLOAD the LATEST EPISODE HERE! or on iTUNES and STITCHER RADIO! Join the Roxborough Always Rants & Sometimes Raves Facebook Group for… Continue reading Rox Trash Radio, Ep. 30
Throughout my career as an independent filmmaker, I've maintained two philosophies: write and produce what you know, and only what you feel you can manage completely autonomously. I've seen many filmmakers--to varying success--bite off far more than they can chew; producing high concept action/horror films for relatively no budget, relying on the "Robert Rodriguez" method… Continue reading ‘Auto Shop’ Director’s Statement
There are so many reasons to be a fan of horror movies right now. Hollywood has already to date released nine films on the big-screen that carry the official genre-filtering title when trying to purchase tickets online. John Squires of Bloody Disgusting reported back on February 6 that five out of the top 10 highest-grossing… Continue reading 1990 to Now: A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade, Part 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA5Yq1DLSmQ In the latest example of "dipshit social justice grandstanding" the bewildered and misguided Left have managed to get Pepsi (the sugar-water you get when the restaurant doesn't have Coke-brand sugar-water) to pull their latest long-form advertisement from the Interwebz. The ad, to anyone with a fucking brain in their skull, mimics the sentiment of the classic-but-cringe 1971 Coca… Continue reading I’d Like to Buy the World a Pepsi
After all of the hope and praying for an objectively superior Superbowl LI performance by Adele (or Taylor Swift, or whoever), it was announced back in September 2016 that Lady Gaga would be taking the field for the Halftime Show; or, more accurately, the taking the fucking roof. Despite the totally legitimate fears from her staff, Gaga remains confident that… Continue reading How far will Lady Gaga go on Superbowl Sunday?
There are times when the internet consumes your existence and there is no turning back. It happened to me, and I am slowly breaking free from my own prison of fast food/retail training videos from the 80s/90s. No celebrities made me a video saying I will survive, eh, what are you going to do? Nothing,… Continue reading Consumed By Classic Training Videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTYidWBC8-4 You're frustrated, I get it. In a lot of ways, we're all frustrated. You have to deal with our nitpicking over every Blockbuster big-budget film you guys squirt out for a paycheck; and we have to deal with a mass media that obsesses over everything you guys say and do. We're both trying to… Continue reading Hey, Celebrities…We Need to Talk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5v0bUBwJfvg There is nothing better than protesters dressed like Klansmen being dragged out of a government building by a black police officer. Soak it in. 2017 is off to a fantastic start. The protest occurred at the Senate Judiciary Hearing on the appointment of Attorney General Nominee Jeff Sessions; no doubt a politically polarizing figure for many… Continue reading Streep, Gosling and Sessions: 2017 is Up and Running
Well let us begin with a friendly HAPPY NEW YEAR! Now that we’ve got that out of the way we can discuss what our resolutions are, or, what we’re going to better this year. Think about yours, close your eyes, count to five, and allow me to inform you that it is complete bullshit. Self-improvement… Continue reading New Year, New You: Don’t Do It
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIViy7L_lo8 At the end of each year, it's customary to reflect backward instead of looking forward. Pretty much the only forward-thinking we ever do is related to some doomed-to-fail resolution that we wind up breaking within the first month of the new year when the first celebrity we kind of liked dies. Pass the cigarettes,… Continue reading Grace, Chewbacca & The Deplorables: 2016 Year in Review
I tried to push off my full review for the latest installment in the hopefully never-ending Star Wars saga. Everyone's posting stupid shit about this movie, and while most people have seen it, I, personally know several who haven't. So--I held off. Until now. You guys are no doubt aware of my feelings for Star Wars at… Continue reading ‘Rogue One’ Review: Waiting for Quadinaros
A term coined by paranormal consultant Fiona Broome, the Mandela Effect simply describes an event or series of events that a large group of people agree played out differently than they did in real life. It comes from the cognitive phenomenon that a large group of surveyed individuals believed that Nelson Mandela died in prison in the… Continue reading Sinbad and the Mandela Effect
The second trilogy of Star Wars continues to be loathed, loved, or tolerated. I was in the loathing group, however, after years of debate, a new trilogy beginning, and new side story movies, it was time to give these films another change with an open mind. Before I begin we will get this out of… Continue reading The Second Time Around: Re-Watching Star Wars Episodes I, II, and III
[via Blind Gossip] While the media rushes to suggest that no self-respecting performer, marching band, or choir would dare throw their hat in the ring to light up the stage or parade at the Inauguration of Donald Trump, we're slowly learning that this is not true. It has been discovered that the producer of a popular theatrical… Continue reading Could it be? A Hamilton Inauguration?
So this is Christmas and you’re sick of all the usual songs. My gift to you this season is these 10 tunes to give you something a little different. Perhaps you have heard some of them, perhaps you have not, and maybe you will hear a new favorite. You have been a mediocre boy/girl this… Continue reading 10 X-Mas Original Tunes to Light Your Little Yule Log
You have heard all of the Christmas songs over and over, year after year, and perhaps you have heard some of the covers of those songs that better strike your musical fancy. Let’s say you haven’t heard them all, don’t be a know it all, that’s not cool. Let’s put some different tunes in your… Continue reading Alternative Christmas Jams to Spice Up Your Holidays
In the 95th year of the 20th Century, something extraordinary happened. Valeri Polyakov broke the record for days spent in space on the Mir Space Station at 366. Subsequently, the TV series Star Trek: Voyager premiered on UPN. And while the opening statements began for the O.J. Simpson trial, and America was wrapped up in race-baiting… Continue reading Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: Man of the House
Election 2016 has been… exciting…. I guess….. But HEY! Guess what? At least we have some fun flicks to watch if you’ve got the itch for some political movie action. So here’s what you’re going to view depending on your mood: Mood -Taking it Easy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tum7RB-NJ24 Primary Colors (1998): It’s interesting enough and… Continue reading What to Watch: Election Weekend Movies!
It's finally here, the moment I've been waiting for all month long--Billoon45's "Month in Review"! Bill Monroe goes into his usual schlemiel ballad about his unfortunate existence, but this time, it's punctuated with a message of hope and perseverance. He's survived a stroke, a heart attack, multiple balloon poppings, and believes he may be meant to… Continue reading GOOb NEWS FRIDAY (11/4)
As I'd mentioned in a previous article, Black Mirror--the so-far 13-episode long cinematic series on Channel 4 and Netflix respectively--has quickly became a favorite of mine due to its thematic elements, style, and ability to fuck my shit up royally for a few days at a time. Everyone who reviews this show, aside from insisting that it… Continue reading Obligatory Ranking of ‘Black Mirror’ Episodes from OK to OMG
Black Mirror was a show I started watching at the behest of a lady whose opinion I can't help but trust. I'd never really heard anything about the show other than that it was "like The Twilight Zone for a new generation"...which, as a massive fan of The Twilight Zone, I have to tell you it's not. It's… Continue reading What Does Watching ‘Black Mirror’ Say About You?
This is it! The final weekend before Halloween and you need to give some love and attention to the classics. The classic horror flicks had the ability to send chills up your spine without all of the special effects and gore that is used in modern horror movies. No other voice delivers the chills quite… Continue reading Weekend Horror Flick Viewing 10/28
Admittedly…The Weeknd wasn’t on my radar until reading the Philadelphia Inquirer Music Critic Dan DeLuca’s article on the Canadian singer’s upcoming headlining performance the Sunday of the 2015 Budweiser Made in America Festival. It was surprising to see an artist (at least in my eyes) so fresh to the music scene headlining a festival with… Continue reading Fascination with Madness: Thoughts on The Weeknd
The year is 1992. The President of the United States, George H.W. Bush had been filmed vomiting in the lap of the Prime Minister of Japan. America saw that happen. To his credit, he also met with the President of Russia, Boris Yeltsin, to officially bring the Cold War to a close. But to his demise,… Continue reading Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: 3 Ninjas
The week is coming to a close and I did my homework for you again. I took to the wonderful world of Reddit and raised this questions; which flick is the best horror remake of all time? The results are in! This week is all about the remake baby! This remake extravaganza will go as follows:… Continue reading Weekend Horror Flick Viewing (10/13)
When Disney ripped the Star Wars universe from the cold dead hands of George Lucas, many were afraid of the franchise's future. Those people were wrong. There are plenty of times Disney has made epic and costly mistakes, but they typically come in the form of a John Carter or Lone Ranger. Typically, Disney's misfires are attempts at future… Continue reading Star Wars Goes Rogue
Yeah, sure--the whole karate thing is cool when you’re a kid and you think that you actually have the ability to be become a karate master like Rocky, Colt, and Tum-Tum. Well guess what, bub! You never had the ability and you never will! You’re an adult and now you’re lessons are to be learned… Continue reading 3 Ninjas Taught Us How to Prep for a Kidnapping
Netflix released part 2 of season 1 of their nostalgia, middle America fueled fever dream called The Ranch. With all of vibes of a cheesy sitcom, which is fine if that’s what it is, comes the need to not be like network television, or standard cable for that matter, and throw around fucks like there… Continue reading Why the F*ck Do They Say F*ck on Netflix’s The Ranch?
Son of Zorn misses the mark / Disney's First Kid and the discovery of the Great Ape conspiracy / Justice for Harambe and Clinton Attacks /When and where to buy your steel buildings / Trump and Billy Bush, the Access Hollywood Tape / Joe is always stuck at the front of the haunted house group / Power Rangers is… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 216: Grab Em By the Front Butt
1996 was a big cultural year for America. We hosted the Atlanta Summer Olympics, which was subsequently bombed by terrorists, killing one person and injuring over 100 more; the first three-parent baby was conceived through mitochondrial donation in New Jersey, of all places; The Ramones played their final show while Bob Dole was officially nominated for President… Continue reading Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: First Kid
It’s the Halloween season and you’re feeling like watching some horror flicks. Is it that simple? Hell no! There is a variety of spooky, chilling, haunting, terrifying, yucky, and whatever other words we want to use to describe your secret blood lust that isn’t really a secret because you like to talk about how much… Continue reading Weekend Horror Flick Viewing (10/6)
How many Wolverine stand-alone movies have there been? Dear god, this will only be three? It feels like so many more. Probably because Hugh Jackman has been the focal point of so many X-Men films by now that his character become pretty much synonymous with the franchise. So what are they going to do when he's gone? There's… Continue reading Who’s Ready for Another Wolverine?
Disney has been having varying success with its live-action recreations of classic animated films. The Jungle Book was phenomenal; so much so that director Jon Favreau has since been tasked with bringing a "live-action" version of The Lion King to theaters. I say "live-action" in quotes because it would technically just be realistic animation, as there are no humans… Continue reading Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Photos Released
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGX5cQ1587M What's good, Tommy-Heads?! Your boy is at it again. This week his videos went dark. And it's the first time I've ever seen him actually delete one of his uploads. For a behind the music on TommyNC2010, head on back to the first Goob News or listen to Talking Nerdy, our weekly podcast where Tommy becomes a key… Continue reading Friday Goob News! 9/30/16
Yeah, I know it’s free, but c’mon Kevin James, what the fuck are you doing? You could at least spot me $5 for sitting through that pilot episode. GOOD GRIEF it’s BRUTAL!! First, the opening theme is simple with a little jingle and a “I am not your ordinary guy!” It’s like his eyes are… Continue reading I Watched ‘Kevin Can Wait’ and I Want My Money Back
Ever since J.J. Abrams put a hard reboot on the Star Trek franchise way back in the year of our Lord, 2009 (tried to calculate the stardate, but it's all meaningless nonsense. Sorry, Trekkers), I was crazy about the new cast and couldn't wait to see where the future would take the reboot crew. Fortunately it took… Continue reading Star Trek: The Borg are Back in Town
Released in February of 1994 amidst the establishment of NAFTA, the violent clubbing of Nancy Kerrigan, the end of the Clinton/Yeltsin nuclear arms chicken-match, Lorena Bobbitt being found not guilty by reason of insanity for chopping off her husband's cock, and still no sign of Israeli/Palestinian peace, Walt Disney Pictures' Blank Check was released in theaters making over $30M on a $13M budget,… Continue reading Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: BLANK CHECK
I decided to do this listicle as a personal challenge to myself. Full disclosure, Rob Zombie has become a bit much and his films have essentially jumped the sharknado. House of 1000 Corpses and Devil's Rejects gave us a taste of something new and interesting--a modern take on the B-Horror flick. But now that the genre has… Continue reading 31 Reasons to See Rob Zombie’s 31
It appears Syfy has discovered a formula for making bad things good. There are four Sharknado movies – four. In fact, Sharknado 2 received the highest ratings ever for a Syfy original movie. It’s bizarre how that happens, and perhaps you saw one of those and chuckled. So why not give a show with a… Continue reading The Case for Z-Nation
With Freddy and Jason in Hell, Ghost Face waiting for the turn of the century to make rich Californians “Scream” again, Candyman banished to behind the mirror and Michael Myers without a head, the summer of 1999 would end the decade without a gory drop of blood being shed -- thanks to The Blair Witch… Continue reading A Missed Opportunity to Make the Blair Witch Great Again
Season 2 of Documentary Now! premiers September 14th and I am excited to see what Hader & Armisen have in store for us. If you haven’t given this show a chance yet you a truly missing out. Season 2 will be following the same format as season 1; 7 total episodes with 6 & 7… Continue reading Documentary, Wow!
It may seem like I'm sitting on a fantastic wire fence of curmudgeonry between Ironysville and the Borough of Hypocrisy by writing an article about the horrors of fanatical stans on Twitter. Especially coming from a website that's not-so-subtly playing off the pop culture iconography of Taylor Swift. But, fuck it, let's do this. The gay teenager… Continue reading Fuck Your Creepy Stanbase
Ever since Season 6 of The Walking Dead came to a close almost a lifetime ago, for all we know, fans have been speculating about which one of their dearest favorite cast members will be grotesquely bludgeoned to death by Negan's barbed bat, Lucille. Fans of the comic book series are hip to the fact that this iconic… Continue reading Negan By Nature: The Case for Chad
Comedian and rapper, Donald Glover, has been working on the FX series Atlanta for several years (since 2013), and considering he grew up in the capital city, you could argue he's been developing this series his entire life. Everything about the series feels real and lived-in. So real, in fact, that it becomes difficult to describe what type… Continue reading Welcome to “Atlanta”
Years ago, Pamela Adlon was the voice of Bobby Hill on TV's King of the Hill, but since then she's been working on a different kind of voice. After working with Louis CK on both Lucky Louie and FX's Louie, Adlon found her home, somewhere between the realms of comedy and tragedy. Here's hoping that Adlon's endeavor is more like Louie in… Continue reading Pamela Adlon Wants “Better Things” for Us
Jamie Lee Curtis' talented husband, Christopher Guest is one of my favorite comedy film makers of all time. He's a visionary, especially in the fine art of mockumentary. He is perhaps best known for This is Spinal Tap--directed by Rob Reiner, Best in Show, and A Mighty Wind. But his body of work more than speaks for itself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swTWozTxQ-E… Continue reading “Best in Show” Director Brings “Mascots” to Life
Since shortly after Channel Orange dropped in 2012, Frank Ocean fans have been restlessly waiting for another scattered, but somehow connected mind-fucking album from the Odd Future artist. He's been featuring with John Mayer, Earl Sweatshirt, Beyonce and more, all the while teasing fans with a 4-year will-he-won't-he story about dropping a new record. Let's put it… Continue reading Frank Ocean’s Ladder
OK Otter @OKOtterBand Tony Believes in You http://www.OKOtterBand.com Opening up for big name acts like We Are Scientists and Less Than Jake, Mike Doyle along with his new band OK Otter has been making music for adults, kids, adults with kids, and the kids inside adults for over a decade. The band has been crushing it with airplay on WMMR… Continue reading OK OTTER Drops EXCLUSIVE New Single “Tony Believes in You”
So much to talk about this week! Xander Berkeley's Walking Dead role becomes clearer / George Romero's Empire of the Dead comes to AMC / The Star Wars Japanese Trailer and 30-second TV spot offer more glimpses at The Force Awakens / Will Episode VII bring some expanded universe characters to the big screen? / Is Finn actually Lando Calrissian's son? / Disney… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 170: Dear Calrissian People
Episode 160: Ashley Madison Hacks / Evil Jared from Subway and More Disgraced TV Icons / The Fat Joke Thief / I Am Cait: The Greatest Show on Earth / Behind the Music of 80's Hair Band Sensation Cinderella, Pat's Dogs, and the Time Traveling Kiddie Diddler / Cam'ron's Film Debut: Killa Season! Check out #TalkingNerdyLIVE Sat.… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 160: Friendly Game of Dice ‘N’ Bucks
Comedian Chris Cotton (Artie Quitter Podcast, Center City Comedy) joins us in studio for a fun-filled journey covering Political Correctness/the War on Rap Music/Black Lives Matter/Gender Neutral Target Stores/Bias Free Language Guide/Caitlyn Jenner/MattyB Raps/Lil Dicky/Ant-Man/Josh Trank's Fantastic Mess/Animal Dicks with Primal Hardwere! Check out #TalkingNerdyLIVE Sat. 8/29 at 3PM featuring Comedian Kyle Harris! DOWNLOAD THE LATEST EPISODE… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 159: Collard and Kel with Chris Cotton