A season of movie-going at a backwards glance.
Frank Henenlotter's low-rent classic, Basket Case
The Duke catches this French slasher-flick what has got everyone all in a tizzy, and is released in the UK at the end of April.
Saturday Night Live was well above average this week, though host and musical guest Janet Jackson was really the least of it.
A fascinating portrait of Russia and a touching meditation on generational conflicts; eminently readable and still quite relevant today.
Lost in West Texas, I discovered the home of author Robert E. Howard.....
The Harmonic Christers left their previous world because it was about to self-destruct as a result of human hatred and advanced technology.
Bill Haley recorded "Rock Around the Clock" 50 years ago today, on April 12, 1954.
Among this week's new album releases, cool people are especially anxious to hear the Kill Bill 2 soundtrack, particularly a rendition from somewhere of Johnny Cash singing "A Satisfied Mind."
Review of the Sqarepusher show at the Metro in Chicago on Friday April 9th, 2004.
You'd think that an investigation into the greatest tragedy in recent American history would warrant a full and honest testimony from all parties involved in the security of Americans. You'd be wrong.
"...And we look forward to hearing recommendations. We're thinking about that, ourselves and we look forward to working with the commission."
Or "Money to Burn" -- another radio frequency identification urban legend debunked!
So, I may end up temporarily sharing a cause with people I would not otherwise give the time of day.
Hockeytown? Nope: Sportstown!