In response to Mr. Stoke’s excellent recent post, I decided to do a little image searching on my work computer. I can’t even begin to understand the result: What terrifies me the most is just how frickin’ sexy I think … Continued
Monthly Archives: April 2015
Have you seen the May 5 cover of Time Magazine? Christopher Lambert has seen it, and it’s difficult to tell whether he’s amused or not. Hey, he’s Christopher Lambert — the man doesn’t have a ton of range. But he … Continued
Well, he’s been busy. For one, he helped make this, for the Boston 48 hour film project: Don’t worry, OTI fans, he’s back. More overthinking of it is on its way.
So I just watched Abel Ferrara’s trash classic Ms. 45. (Thank you, Netflix.) Sweet crap on a crutch, what a movie. Note that I don’t put an adjective between “a” and “movie”: not “what a disturbing” movie, not “what a … Continued
Until recently, I only really thought of the archtypical 80s metal band Whitesnake as a punch line. If pressed, I guess I could have sung through the chorus of “Here I Go Again On My Own Again,” but I wouldn’t … Continued
In 1965, the Hearst newspapers in San Francisco refused to print movie advertisements containing the words “cuties, flesh-a-scope, girlie, homosexual, immorality, lesbian, lust, naked, nothing on, nudies, nudist camp, nymphs, pervert, professional girls, prostitute, rape, scanty panties, seduce, skin-a-scope, sex, … Continued
Skyrocketing food prices cause riots on three continents. (via CNN) I told you this was bad news. Didn’t I tell you? Yeah, I told you. I’m not saying it’s time to start stockpiling spam and twinkies against the apocalypse… there’s … Continued
Elton John stuns the audience at his benefit concert for Hillary Clinton with a scathing political rewrite of “Candle in the Wind.” UPDATE: Please vote for us here, and digg us!
… if we wanted to entertain ourselves on the internets, we had to make stuff like this. I can’t believe some admin hasn’t deleted it yet. It’s been, what, five years now? That’s a pretty durable piece of vandalism.
Overthinkingit bids a fond farewell to Charlton Heston, who passed away Saturday night in his home, at the age of 84. This clip from the Omega Man seems oddly appropriate. See? See? Now that’s how you read a line. The … Continued