There are certain movies that one can watch countless times and never get sick of. Everybody has their list. I keep mine in a little box next to my bed. Half the fun of re-watching these movies isn’t just in the recitation of every line. No, sir. The bulk of the enjoyment comes when you notice something brand new in a movie you’ve seen more times than your I.Q. score. This very thing happened to me quite recently. Read the rest of this entry »
If only they knew that Oh Mars gives off the intoxicated look at all waking hours of the day, I guarantee that things would have gone differently for that franchise. Had they only understood his sense of humor, their pizza would have stopped tasting like shit, we’d be getting Ninja Turtle inspired recipes, and Star Wars would be playing a major roll in their advertising campaign. No question about it.
You wouldn’t believe how many booby-traps we had to dismantle in order to get this. My chest still hurts from that damn sledge hammer.
Gorgeous fantasy women are hard to find. They need great legs, a killer rack, flat stomach, and hair that lightly tickles their butt-crack. Capturing such perfection on paper isn’t easy, I know cuz I’ve tried. But artist/illustrator David M. Bancroft has done just that, I shit you not. Read the rest of this entry »
written by guest author: “Professor” John Peabody
Very few people outside of the halls of academia have probably ever heard of Howard Zinn. A professor emeritus of history at Boston University, Zinn suffered a heart attack on the 27th of January in 2010. He died. Nothing greatly exciting about that. Death is boring, except the fact that a person shits their pants when they die. Poop jokes are still funny no matter what age a person is. Read the rest of this entry »
We were lucky enough to catch actor Marshall Bell at Monster Mania Con ’09. Those who are unfamiliar with his work need only watch Airheads, Total Recall, or Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge. Your lives will be changed forever.
Tough break dicknose. Smarter, stronger, and much cooler people found “The New World” first!