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Are Those Muppets Gonna Fuck Khaleesi?!
01/17/16, 23:51

It's all bits. Every bit of bit is a bit.
David Bowie - The Alabama Song
01/11/16, 23:26

I wonder if Bowie ever stole money from friends? Probably not.
Aelric on the Evolution of Music Technology
01/11/16, 23:14

We were, until you stole my money and evicted me for problems you created, mostly in your fucked up, bipolar mind, Kenneth Brooks of Lacey Washington. You were easily the worst, most unstable roommate I've even had and I regret ever meeting you, thief.
David Bowie - Real Cool World (1992)
01/11/16, 21:16

True. The complications of getting old are certainly better than a 20-30 something suicide. And Bowie is an example, at least in my opinions, of one that didn't fade away and become lame with age. You are right, 69 is a good run for almost anyone, nonetheless someone with such a consistently good body of work. Sad but not tragic.

But i don't think that wave of suicidal rock stars you mentions really counts because it their lives were so quick, and they were all mostly pre-social media explosion. I really don't think icons are going to continue to exist. Withing their subgenres, sure, but not in the universal, global way of the past.
David Bowie - Real Cool World (1992)
01/11/16, 20:19

I should have posted this thought on one of the other Bowie posts.
David Bowie - Real Cool World (1992)
01/11/16, 19:50

It's really amazing how universally beloved Bowie was. We are in the time of the great cross-generational musicians are going to start dropping, and that is greatly depressing. Not that there aren't folks that could raise to that same height in their own era, but Bowie's influence is largely based on the timing of his life as well. I don't know if music will ever have the same sort of Renaissance of the 60's and 70's, combined with the monoculture that no longer exists with so many methods of communication and subgenres that exist now and will continue to. With the death of people like Jagger and Richards and the rest, the era of the "Rock God' will truly end, replaced by infinite one hit wonders and "trending" artists. Many of thos will creat great music, but they won't have the mystic and panache of Bowie. Bowie's passing wasn't the start of it of this era's end, but is perhaps the most inductive sign of it.
David Bowie - Starman (1972)
01/11/16, 17:00

My roommate stole my money, I'm being evicted, I'm broke and I haven't found work in nearly a year, but this was the real bummer today.

God I'll miss you, Ziggy.
'That Dragon, Cancer' (2016) - Launch Trailer
01/10/16, 13:01

I wonder if the game will be emulating Terrance Mallick as much as the trailer is.
Uffda Seajews Experiment with Vacuum Cleaner, Gunpowder & Cigarettes
01/09/16, 14:39

That was NOT a controlled environment.
Trailer for 'Pass Thru' by Neil Breen
01/09/16, 03:23

Why are you parodying my comment?
Trailer for 'Pass Thru' by Neil Breen
01/08/16, 16:33

So, the main themes I keep seeing in this guy's movies are:

1. massive depopulation across ideological lines that not-so-vaguely also seem ethnic

2. He is a messianic figure that saves some by killing billions

3. Sexy women want to fuck him left and right

He fantasies himself as bwing some unholy mix of Hilter and Sun Ra.
Time Chasers Original 1994 Theatrical Release Promo Featurette
01/04/16, 20:45

Hmm. I didn't know there was bad blood in that regard. I know Rifftrax is selling old MST3K episodes now and their parent company is Legend Films, not Shout Factory. Dunno if that was some hard fought concession or was always the deal, but Shout Factory doesn't seem have a total exclusive deal.

It's really surprising because of the aforementioned shared job between Joel and Trace just last year on Other Space. Though, Trace was just a voice in that show, so perhaps they didn't really work together per se.

Is....is Joel the new Jim Mallon? Oh shit!

Also, I never knew that tidbit about Mike's migraines. That puts those pained grimaces he makes in a new light. I just thought that we was too old for this shit but couldn't quit because a guys gotta eat.

Well, I hope more than Beez and Chaplin come over. I still dream of a Mike/Joel matchup happening some day, some how on Rifftrax or MST3K or wherever.
Time Chasers Original 1994 Theatrical Release Promo Featurette
01/04/16, 09:02

Mary Jo was always the crossover riffer between Rifftrax and Cinematic Titanic. Her and Mike's wife have put out shorts and "lady" themed movies for years.

If I were to predict who we'll see in the new MST3K, it's:
Mary Jo
Frank
Kevin
Trace
Bill
Joel (obvs)

I'd like to see Mike but honestly, when I see him at Rifftrax life stuff, he doesn't seem as into it as Kevin and Bill, and looks uncomfortable in his own skin. Might be reading into it too much, but I get the impression Mike is the odd one out in the cast. J. Elvis seems unenthused about the project on his twitter, too. Kevin remains one of the more enthusiastic guys about his job, so I could see him at least contributing his voice for the "change the voice modulator" moment, Bill always seems like he's having fun so I figure he'd be game, Trace and Joel worked together on Other Space last year and Mary Jo also seems willing. Frank is a big maybe, but I think that he'd be willing if not able. He didn't age super well.
ALGORITHM: The Hacker Movie
01/03/16, 13:57

I was reading that as Al Gore Rhythm, the climate change break dance movie.
Of Oz The Wizard
01/02/16, 22:41

What a weird fucking thing. Nice touch with the credits.
How to safely inject heroin
01/02/16, 21:27

Needles and pills were usually where I had a full stop in my younger days. I lived in a homeless shelter for a year when I was 19 and saw way too many long term drug tragedies to even be tempted. Specifically, I never wanted to be the guy praising Jesus in the crazy, too much way at a homeless chapel because he helped me stay two weeks sober before I relapsed and got arrested for a public freak out. I knew that specific guy, and I took the warning.

I feel about drugs like I feel about folks that need fetishes just to enjoy basic sex. Booze and weed is all it takes for me, just like my dick in a vagina or mouth is all I need. Folks that need more than that just to feel anything, I really feel sorry for in the end. Their highs might be so much higher, but I don't see it as worth it.
Santa and his elf kick Scott Aukerman's ass
01/02/16, 14:06

Meant as a reply to IS, above
Santa and his elf kick Scott Aukerman's ass
01/02/16, 14:05

Podcasts and shows are different thing, IZ. Maron's podcast is a super personal interview program, not really a comedy show.
Santa and his elf kick Scott Aukerman's ass
12/31/15, 16:54

There are good and bad episodes. Comedy Bang Bang is a really inconsistanct podcast due to the nature of it. I'd give a recommendation to go into the back catalog and find something lime Time Bobby or an episode with Andy Daly or Gillian Jacobs or, as I've said, just about any with Paul F Tompkins.

It's no everyone's cup of tea. It's long form character improv and some people despise that sort of comedy (my roommate thinks it's the same as morning zoo, for example.)
Santa and his elf kick Scott Aukerman's ass
12/31/15, 14:03

Aukerman is a good foil to other, bigger personalities. He is a decent straight man with a few good goofy jags here and there, but not great solo. That's one reason I like the Comedy Bang Bang podcast much more than the IFC show.

Still, CBB is largely a Pual F Tomkins delivery system for me anyway. I literally can't get enough of that guy, I just want to live under his lapel.

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