Lunchtime Laughter

DEADLINE: The Nikki Finke Story

Morning Dose of Jive Turkeys

The Supercut

Do. Or Do Not. There Is No Try.


The Star Wars Moleskine collection

30 YEARS OF GARBAGE: The Garbage Pail Kids Story


This documentary looks awesome.

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Weekend Watching: Blank City (2010)

Directed by Celine Danhier

Today, Manhattan is a byword for overpriced property, overexposed landmarks and overdressed fashionistas. In the late 70s, however, it was rat-infested, crime-crippled, cheap and nasty – somewhere for America to dump its immigrants, poor people and artists. Music, art, fashion and filmmaking burgeoned, fueled by drugs, dares, fads, feuds, and a fair helping of madness.

Blade Runner – The Aquarelle Edition

12,597 watercolor paintings made into a 35 minute film by Anders Ramsell.

Weekend Watching: Acapulco Gold (1973)

Directed by Bob Grosvenor

Morning Dose of White Horse Whiskey

From Anna Biller’s 2007 film VIVA

You’ve Got To Hear This


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Ol’ Dirty Bastard tries out for the part of Mister Ed.

via, @WFMU

Star Wars On Vacation

From Rolling Stone’s 1983 Summer Double Issue.

(Thanks Kiji!)

Weekend Watching: Quadrophenia (1979)

Directed by Franc Roddam



A Family of Anchormen by Ron Burgundy

Lunchtime Laughter

Buddy cops


If you haven’t seen these great accompaniment videos to The Wes Anderson Collection, start watching now.

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The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders


SNL imagines if Wes Anderson made a horror film.

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Scotchy Scotch Scotch


Ben & Jerry’s puts out an Anchorman 2 ice cream.

via, deadline

No Glasses Required


This Is Your God is a two volume publication by Piero Glina celebrating the 25th anniversary of John Carpenter’s cult classic They Live.

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Weekend Watching: The Legend of Cool ‘Disco’ Dan

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The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan

The Legend of Cool ‘Disco’ Dan" is the story of black Washington DC told from the perspective of Cool “Disco” Dan starting with his birth during the civil rights era and follows his life parallel with the rise of Go-Go music through the 1980s (which is the unheard but yet dominant urban music of DC) and also local DC politics with Marion Barry’s rise and fall. Despite ending up homeless Cool “Disco” Dan used graffiti to escape the social problems D.C. had in the 1980s when things turned violent and became known as the Murder Capital of the United States. Cool “Disco” Dan ends up as a cult character of DC and his name becomes a symbol of survival during DC’s most trying years.

You’ll have to pay for the stream, but how else are you going to watch it?

There Will Be Noticeable Moments of Silence in the Audience

But go see 12 YEARS A SLAVE, it’s phenomenal.

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