You Can’t Piss On Hospitality: The RBM George Hardy Interview

January 11, 2011

“I won’t allow it!”

Bad movies are something of a common occurrence.  Some fade away into nothingness (as they should), while most get sent up to the Satellite of Love for some questionable experiments.  Very few find a cult following, but are forever inducted in the “it’s so bad it’s awesome” hall of fame.  Troll 2 happens to be the mother of all awesomely bad movies. Read the rest of this entry »


March 26, 2010

I need to get this off my chest immediately.  The following will go down in history as the most difficult review that I have ever done in my life; mentally and emotionally.  Now that that’s out of the way, let’s do it to it.

Tonight marks my 4th time having my brains blown out by the lovely Californian cuties know to most as The Donnas.  I thought it nearly impossible for them to top last summer’s show at the Bank of America Pavilion.  Apparently, the fates saw things differently. Read the rest of this entry »

Date Of Final “LOST” Episode Revealed!

February 3, 2010

Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rapped a bit with Jimmy about the premier episode of LOST: The Final Season.  Many a funny word was spoken, but nothing was more mind blowing than the JARHEAD bomb they dropped on our laps at the end of the interview… Read the rest of this entry »

Amanda Wyss: Giving Shout-Outs From Beyond The Grave!

January 28, 2010

It was a quiet night in the Wyss household.  Sweet dreams were being had by everyone.  Well, everyone but little Amanda that is.  She stayed up late poking around RBM; leaving horrible comments with bad language and terrible punctuation.  We were left with no choice but to send her to our complaint department…. Read the rest of this entry »

“Get The F*ck Out Of My Face”: A Bruce Campbell Q&A

June 20, 2009


Last weekend, I attended Monster-Mania Con in Connecticut, and a major mistake was made on my part.  Because I was more focused on autograph collecting, swag purchasing, and alcohol consuming, I missed the many celebrity Q&A sessions that were held throughout the convention; a decision that haunts me still.  All is not lost, however.  People who decided to get the most out of their weekend got video of the Bruce Campbell Q&A and plastered it up on YouTube.  Thank the Gods!   I now bring the laughs that I missed out on into your lives, but you must follow the jump first. Read the rest of this entry »

Scattered Remains, Splattered Brains: Monster-Mania Con ’09 In Review

June 15, 2009

“Dark gray clouds hovered on the horizon.  A crisp summer breeze wafted through the strawberry-blond locks set atop the warrior’s head, as he readied adventuring gear.  His mind went over the list of supplies that stumbled around in his booze soaked skull; a side effect from the night before.  All that was left was to meet up with his traveling companion, Wooster Of The Hill People, and the long trek could begin.  The warrior steeled his gaze at the road ahead of him.  It was time.  Monster-Mania Con had come.”

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After months of preparation, I took off to Connecticut to spend the weekend at a horror convention.  Nothing in my wildest dreams could have prepared me for what the Gore Gods had in store for me.  My buddy Wooster and I continually bounced total baffoonery off one another, loud music rocked the air around us, while questions of what lay ahead of us were tossed around, and this was just the first day! Read the rest of this entry »

RBM Gives Robert Englund Crazy Nightmares

June 14, 2009

Kung Fu THIS, Bitch! \m/

Ten Questions With…DJ Dougg Pound

May 3, 2009


DJ Dougg Pound is the man behind the infectious and chaotic music of Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job and the maestro of the Poundcast on (you can check out his infamous sex love tape there). He also writes for the show and has tackled the unforgiving world of stand-up. If you’ve seen Tim and Eric live before, then you’re familiar with Dougg’s top shelf live set complete with double entendres – “My girlfriend broke up with me and took my antique adding machine. What a calculating bitch.” Dougg took some time from creating the music of the future and making love to his dog, Boug, to have a round of 10 Questions with RBM. Check it out after the jump and be sure to hit the sweet sweet linkage that follows.

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Conan O’Brien x James Ellroy

April 29, 2009

Every few months, I YouTube James Ellroy, my favorite writer of contemporary crime fiction. I do this not only because his books always leave me in awe, but also because he’s crass, hilarious, brutally honest, and usually mentions the size of his cock. When making public appearances, he leads with:

Good evening peepers, prowlers, pederasts, panty-sniffers, punks and pimps. I’m James Ellroy, the demon dog, the foul owl with the death growl, the white knight of the far right, and the slick trick with the donkey dick. I’m the author of 16 books, masterpieces all; they precede all my future masterpieces. These books will leave you reamed, steamed and drycleaned, tie-dyed, swept to the side, true-blued, tattooed and bah fongooed. These are books for the whole fuckin’ family, if the name of your family is the Manson Family.

It doesn’t get much better than that, folks. Today I came across these two gems from Conan O’Brien. In the above clip – featuring Dave Chappelle – Ellroy is on to promote Crime Wave. He doesn’t mention the book, put he manages to discuss the size of Conan’s cock (“like a mosquito”), insults Bill Clinton, explains his idea for an equal opportunity Ku Klux Klan, and tells a story about a T-Bird induced alcoholic blackout. By the end, Chappelle states, “This is like the most awesome experience of my career.”

Then hit the jump to see an interview from ’97 where Ellroy explains how he would leave creepy messages on Russell Crowe’s answering machine and his affinity for wearing sweaters made from the pubic hair of yaks. And if you’re interested in his work, I recommend starting out with his autobiography, My Dark Places. He never goes soft on you.

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It’s Morphin’ Time!: The RBM Paul “Bulk” Schrier Interview

March 4, 2009


We all know who to call when there’s ghosts. But who on Earth do you call when there’s a 50 foot monster running rampant through the streets, blasting buildings, and making bad puns? Sounds like a lot of work to me. How about a team of spandex clad rangers and their arsenal of robotic Zords? In the quiet town of Angel Grove, a group of five teenagers were called upon to do just that.

Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers (MMPR) is a long-running television series using dubbed footage from the Japanese show tokusatsu Super Sentai spliced with American actors. Beginning back in ’93 and continuing it’s epic run to this day, MMPR was a show about six (originally five) teenagers who would “morph” into powerful superheroes to protect the world from Rita Repulsa and her evil monster minions, while dealing with their every day problems. One major problem they faced on a daily basis, was the punk team of Farkas “Bulk” Bulkmeier and Eugene “Skull” Skullovitch. These two leather clad lamebrains would always try to ruin the Ranger’s fun times, even though they would usually end up covered head to toe in whipped cream, or left with their pants hanging out in ankle town. But their endless optimism and polished slapstick led to some timeless humor that hipster doofuses may turn their noses up at. Screw them. Bulk and Skull are the only kids from Angel Grove that RBM wants to hang out with.

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Living in Deep 13: The RBM Frank Conniff Interview

February 6, 2009


In the history of film some terribly awful movies were created. Movies that were so bad that they should have been sealed in concrete, dropped into the ocean, and left for the fishes of the deep to feast upon. Unfortunately, two mad scientists decided it would be an ingenious idea to force one of their wormy employees to watch said movies, and monitor his mind…after shooting him into space, of course. Any true fan of the sci-fi world should know just what show I’m talking about, but for those normies who don’t, I speak of the greatest show to ever have been on Comedy Central and The Sci-fi Channel…Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Beginning in the late 80’s as the brain-child of Joel Hodgson, MST3K has become a crucial part every sci-fi freak’s spirit, and continues to have a major cult following to this very day. Frank Conniff (who filled the shoes of Dr. Clayton Forrester’s accomplice TV’s Frank) was kind enough to allow this humble MSTie the time to ask him a few questions: Read the rest of this entry »

Coming Soon…..

February 6, 2009


Mystery Science Theatre 3000 has to be the best greatest show Comedy Central ever cranked out. With my Godly skills of being amazing, I hunted down Frank Conniff (who played TV’s Frank) and he has granted me the honor of an interview. Greaty Gypsie’s Ghost! What am I gonna wear?

Stephen King Talks Shit

February 5, 2009


Me and Stephen King have so much in common. We both wear glasses (not shown). We both live on the East Coast. And we both hate Twilight. The only difference is that King actually read the book(s). I’m just an ignorant snob. While promoting his new book, King was interviewed by USA Weekend. During the interview, King was asked his opinion on the mega-success of J.K. Rowling and Stephenie Meyer. King got mad real:

“The real difference is that Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephanie Meyer can’t write worth a darn,” he said. “She’s not very good.”

But OH NO, the Horror-Don didn’t stop there! WHO’S NEXT!!!

King declared Perry Mason author Erle Stanley Gardner “terrible,” Dean Koontz “sometimes…just awful,” and James Patterson “a terrible writer” who is nonetheless “very very successful.” (Source)

King then went on destroy Papa Doc…without the beat! Till the next episode.

Fucked Up Fucks Up Fox News

January 27, 2009

Interview with Pink Eye from Fucked Up on Fox News? Word?

Coming Soon…

January 8, 2009


It’s never done…

Ten Questions With…Josh McAlear

January 8, 2009


Boston-area tattoo artist and illustrator Josh McAlear eats Boston-area tattoo artists and illustrators and shits burritos. McAlear is a super talented dude and has tattooed the shit out of both Will Smith and Oh Mars. He works out of Redemption Tattoo in Cambridge, MA and has designed for Toxic Holocaust, Motherboar, and Nunslaughter. Josh was cool enough to take some time away from drawing goats to have a round of Ten Questions with RBM. We thank you Josh.

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Ten Questions With…Jermaine Crawford

January 5, 2009


The Wire is considered by many to be the best dramatic series in American television history (including me) and many consider the show’s 4th season to be its finest (including me):

A critic for this paper once declared The Wire “the greatest dramatic series ever produced for television” and as the fourth season gets under way Sunday night, there’s no reason to quibble with that assessment. – Verne Gay Newsday

This season of The Wire will knock the breath out of you. – Virginia Hefferman NYTimes

When television history is written, little else will rival The Wire, a series of such extraordinary depth and ambition that it is, perhaps inevitably, savored only by an appreciative few. – Brian Lowry Variety

The main story in season 4 revolves around the decay of the Baltimore public school system and introduces us to four middle school students: Randy, Namond, Michael, and Duquan “Dukie” Weems, portrayed by actor and singer Jermaine Crawford. Dukie’s story arc through the 4th and 5th seasons is a devastating but inevitable one. For those (fools) who haven’t taken on The Wire yet, I won’t spoil anything (those fools should not watch the clips after the jump), just trust Uncle Oh, Mars and watch it. We here at RBM are honored to have a round of Ten Questions with Crawford.

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Ten Questions With…Mikhail Bortnik of Mishka

December 31, 2008


Streetwear label Mishka was created in 2003 and is now one of the most popular in the world. For kids who grew up wearing comic book shirts, Mishka is a Godsend. Mikhail Bortnik, co-owner, took some time out from dressing the youth to participate in a round of Ten Questions.

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The Game is Terrified of Souljaboy

December 22, 2008

No he’s not. Even though LAX Files was pretty disappointing, I still love this guy. In the above interview he talks Souljaboy, Jay-Z, how Cripped out his mom is, suicide, his definition of cocky, and how he broke away from most of his friends so he can enjoy life more. I did the same thing this year, only with red meat.

Ten Questions With…Jeremy Fish

December 11, 2008


San Francisco based artist Jeremy Fish has been destroying it for years now. His style is super fun, original, and laced with fantasy. He’s a frequent collaborator with Aesop Rock and Upper Playground, who puts out his clothing line, Superfishal, available here. His show “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast” is currently running through December 30 at Fifty24SF.

Hit the jump to check out 10 Questions With Jeremy Fish…

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