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Guys, out of the fucking park as usual. Here’s my typical shit, completely on-brand.
Encore shows “Creepshow” ALL THE TIME and, like some of my favorite movies, I have to watch it from whatever point I come into it. Honestly, I want to see “Creepshow 2″ pop up more often, but we never get what we really want. Nobody does. I will say that the “I Got My Cake” section is proof positive that white people can’t dance.
I worked for a short time at the Optic Nerve comic (taking over for J’Mel if memory serves) and it was a good little run. But I’ll agree that working in a place like that almost killed my comic book nerd quotient. Working at Musicland for those 4 years didn’t kill the music nerd in me however. Not sure why.
This one’s aimed at Mike. I’ve never been a John Stewart GL fan myself, but he’s been through a lot of shit, starting of course with destroying a galaxy in Mignola’s per-Hellboy masterpiece “Cosmic Odyssey.” So personally, I can cut him some slack. Me, I’ve always been a G’Nort fan myself (inserting cock into ass and mouth).
And lastly, I know this is an old podcast, but you guys should see “Social Network.” I think it puts Fincher back up there in terms of the “meat locker” aesthetic that J’Mel mentions. And it teams him up with Sorkin, which makes it doubleplusgood for me. It’s engaging and well acted and works well on more than a few levels. And the guy playing the twins IS pretty damn amazing. I actually didn’t read about it being one actor until after I saw it and had to rethink all those parts because the guy blew it out of the water.
Anyhoo, I know I don’t have to tell you to not make it so long between visits next time.
J’Mel, glad you liked your Xmas swag. And Mike, I hope you like yours, too. Keep on kicking ass, fellas.
We got a fair number of trick-or-treaters this year, but I was disgusted that most of them were being driven from door to door in big suburban utility vehicles. This is a safe neighborhood with adequate light and sidewalks. Those kids are missing an important part of the Halloween experience; being outside and exploring the community by night.
Okay, now that I’ve listened to the second half: check out The Forbidden Zone for a sort of alternative Rocky Horror. And Elfmans! The soundtrack is a blend of Elfman and purloined vintage jazz.
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