Last night I went to the PCH Pop-Up in Malibu
Haunting, campy, yet at the same time not badly acted and somehow compelling, Moonshine Whiskey: One Time Too Often is a 1969 short presented by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms warning of the dangers of moonshine whiskey.
Dan Meth repackages common junk foods as artisanal, hipster products.
Den of Geek has an interesting article about one of the most bizarrely self-referential film series of all time, the Walking Tall movies. The first movie starts with: In 1962, Buford Pusser, a professional wrestler known as Buford the Bull, retired from the ring and moved back home to Tennessee with his wife and kids, […]
In a film like 2001, a project that started with the explicit purpose of investigating the possibility of extraterrestrial life, it comes as no surprise that Kubrick decided very soon in the production to tackle the problem of how to actually depict the extraterrestrials themselves.
Seven-time Emmy Award winning actor Ed Asner is filming a TV pilot in my Maryland.
Interesting post on Quora about (at least one person’s—Marcus Geduld) take on bad acting. It’s a long post, so here are a few excerpts. 1. he makes me believe he’s actually going through whatever his character is going through. 2. he has to surprise me. 3. he is vulnerable. This part caught my eye: There […]
From James Lileks.
You make the call. From lileks.tumblr.com.
Mystery Science Theater 3000, for those of you not in the know, was a fantastic sort of found art satire in the 90s. I watched it religiously in grad school. In many ways helped me to get through it. After a hard week, Saturday’s getting up and watching Joel and the ‘Bots was a great […]