One of the few anime amusing shows on American TV, or at least IMO. Chronicles the (mis)adventures of a foul mouthed, lazy,rude, 5 year old pseudo super-hero girl (the title character, who often says "You Dumbass!"), a pet slug named Hanage (name translates to "Nose Hair"), a child-like, yet secretly selfish robot servent named Tetsko, a dysfunctional family of ants, a gay onion/landlord named Laylo, and a man who is Definitely the President (of everything).The show is bizarre, sensless, and seems to have been done under the heavy influence of drugs, but slowly grows on you.
"Yes, I am Definitely
the President. Most Definately"
"All right, our mission is complete. Let's go eat sushi or something!"
What the Bigheads do before "mating", from the show "Rocko's Modern Life"
"Get the plates Bev!"
Possibly the definative horror film magazine
"I can't wait for the new issue of "Fangoria""
late, great rabbit who could balance pancakes, among other things, on it's head
oolong was great at balancing objects!
January 12, 2005
Excellent film from director Stuart Gordon, based on the short story "Herbert West Re-Animator" by H.P. Lovecraft. The film tells the tale of Herbert West (the always underrated Jeffrey Combs, "The 4400","From Beyond", "The Frighteners") as a mad scientist with a drug that can bring the dead back to life. Of coarse, things don't exactlly go as planned, and before you know it, you've got tits, gore, a horny severed head, great one-liners, vengeful intestines, zombies, and other things of the sort. What more could you ask for?
"Herbert West has a Very Good head on his shoulders...and another one in a dish on his desk"
Apocalyptic, sometimes gothic folk. Sunjects usually deal with socialism, the holocaust, death, decay, and sometimes, even the darker side of childhood. Sometimes includes eerie use of synthesizers,as well as tape loops. Well known neo folk acts include Current 93, Death in June, and
Some believe that Current 93 define the neo folk sound
January 10, 2005
Both the most maddening and the most fascinating web page on the net. Owned by Ben Schumin
, this web site features an array of mundane photo essays (including ones of Wal-Mart) an online newsletter, essays, and other such things
"The Schumin Web: The mundane and pintless have never been so fascinating."