This Saturday, the first episode of my dirtbag comedy video anthology block, Chestnut Club, will premiere during the XRAY TV & Film Collective block on Comcast/Xfinity channels 29 and 329, which plays every Saturday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. and showcases original content by the collective, music videos, and more.
A troubled woman goes in search of America, but amidst great natural beauty and stirring friendship, still finds only more trouble.
Rod Stewart is important for helping you transition from winter to spring, because (like early spring), he is sort of sad but real into stuff.
For ten years or so, I have been making jokes about “The Big Chill,” completely undeterred by my lack of knowledge about the actual film. A small group of us sat in the living room and screened it, while behind us another small group played a raucous game of Texas Hold Them. In other words, it was a 4-D viewing experience.
This is a trailer that I “made” for Music for Moderns: Last Night in Town. It is filled with realism.
A bullied boy receives a wonderful gift.
(This is the second entry in a new feature where I review things I’ve recently rented, regardless of their actual release date, because I don’t care about timeliness or America or the future of cinema or whatever. Today’s review is by guest columnist GOTH MINISTER.) I HabE SEEN A MUveeeeeeee. It is quite a movie …
This episode was all about unwanted gifts. Gift-giving is often the most horrible thing in the world, because it is so psychologically fraught. The things you choose to give people reveal a lot about what you actually think about them, and that is stressful as heck. Also stressful as heck is trying to figure out …
Does anybody really enjoy parties? No – let me rephrase that – does anybody really enjoy the beginning and middle of parties? The start of a party is always awkward, filled with obligatory introductions and desperate foraging for small talk. After you’ve settled in, there’s the necessity of “mixing” – of making sure that you …
1. “His hatred for Don Felipe was not diminished in any way, but the pain and torment he kept locked inside him was inexplicably gone.”