26 years later, after watching watching him flail for significance as a middle-aged actor, he is now MR. ROBOT. I am good with this outcome.
We’ve been running in circles. Going ‘round this dead-ended, cultural cul-de-sac for twenty, maybe closer to thirty, odd years now. We are the ouroborus. We have cannibalized ourselves to the point where the flesh becomes a thinner and thinner pastiche of everything that keeps us diving headlong into nostalgia. Our…
It’s time for The Family Feud. Game shows.
Green Dreams have put out a new record- a freshly unearthed emerald, slightly polished but utterly classic, its wealth of facets rooted firmly in solid rock.
Fear the Pac-Man. IÄ IÄ WAKA-WAKA
Five letters. Begins with a “V.” Means a Yiddish bedbug. Crossword.
James Hydrick, Uri Geller, Sylvia Browne, John Edward — the list of frauds claiming psychic powers and preying on the vulnerable goes on. Many of them have been exposed by scientific skeptic James Randi, and perhaps the most famous one, Uri Geller, was even tripped up by Johnny Carson.
TCM is airing Mister Buddwing (1966) tomorrow at 6 AM EST (7 CST). Very weird psychological drama/thriller, with James Garner as an amnesiac man wandering the streets of NYC in search of his identity, in a quest that finds him crossing paths with a variety of strange characters and beautiful women. Filmed on location…
You know how I’d hate to miss out on Hot Merging Action.
Welcome to Night Flight. Your weekend open thread. Meatball poboy.
The Jungle Captive will be coming on Svengoolie this Saturday night. Sequel to Jungle Woman. Rondo Hatton as Moloch.
I don’t want to brag or anything but Dog and I are now friends.
In the 1970s, Journey to the West was made into a Japanese TV series called Saiyūki or in English, Monkey or Monkey Magic. It was a HUGE cult following in the UK and Australia. My brother loved it along with the Water Margin. I have fond memories though looking back: some of the voices, by British character actors,…
August 25, 1835. The New York Sun publishes a story about the discovery of life on the moon. The series of six articles became known as The Great Moon Hoax.
For some reason Yahoo and Hollywood Reporter had this Moranis interview from last year republished as new today. Since Kinja is still non-functional I am just going with it. Rick Moranis is not retired.