It's refreshing to see a beautiful, self-assured movie that's content to do more talking--about Milton for godsake--than shooting.
A Saga Of The Year 3000, don't you know?
Skinflick meister Russ Meyers passes on. . .
Zackheim writes - very well, I might addd - in a way about grief that reflects it directly, being a confused and unfocused, unforgiving state of mind.
It appears that blogs have finally elevated from a cyber-niche of lonely geeks to a powerful political tour de force:
Looking at the electoral map from a campaign manager's perspective reveals that the United States isn't as divided as red and blue states suggest.
Jacques Chirac is calling for an international tax to help fight international poverty. And guess what he wants to tax? Arms sales, including gun purchases by individuals. Fighting poverty? Good idea. Taxing a gun purchase I make to do it? Piss off.
What is it with dressing up like Batman and climbing to high places in the UK these days?
Will the lamestream media jump on the Post's censorship of the Boondock comic strip this week?
The Post has decided not to run this week's set of the Boondocks comic strip due to its perceived offensive content.
The September 30 deadline for Grammy nominations is fast approaching and it's time to review the music class of 2004.
Comedy Hip-Hop from the Welsh valleys. Really rather funny on occasion.
The Duke gets attacked by a ballad, and ends up loving the whole damn thing.
"I am the only voice of protest for the ordinary masses of the world"- Fela Kuti
Keb' Mo's style enables him to find a place in today's pop(ular) consciousness, and that's a tough thing to do without compromising artistic integrity. More power to artists like Keb'Mo' who can do it.
Russian pop-ettes t.A.T.u. shockingly disclose that they are not lesbians...
German gothic/electro band SFOR Crime split up...
"I am not a politician, I do not sing politics, I merely sing the truth"-Miriam Makeba
FeldFunkers weekly electroclash and eurotrash column. This week: Felix Da Housecat, Miss Kittin, and Legowelt.
Her concern for the well-being of women led her from stage to parliament