Saturday, November 08, 2003
Richard Kelly roundup, including Bessie, a genetically designed, upright walking cow-beast. posted by Linus | 1:01 PM
But it's still suitable for laminating. posted by Linus | 11:52 AM
Friday, November 07, 2003
Travis Morrison responds to Michael Little's recent Fugazi rant.
UPDATE: Sherpas and Vowel Movements. posted by Linus | 12:44 PM
Thursday, November 06, 2003
Solo records, that's all. posted by Linus | 7:18 AM
Wednesday, November 05, 2003
"He's my favorite billionaire."
[Scroll down past the nice Letterman baby recap and the tidbit about the Rev. Al Sharpton hosting SNL on Dec. 6th.] posted by Linus | 8:15 AM
Tuesday, November 04, 2003
Juicy? Oribble. Eeeevil. posted by Linus | 7:16 PM
Learn to play these songs.
posted by Linus | 7:11 PM
UPDATE: McSurf and Turf deluxe.
UPDATE: I'm hoping to break the cursing record that was set on Mr. Show. posted by Linus | 7:13 AM
Monday, November 03, 2003
Especially if your mom is ... The Enforcer! posted by Linus | 12:00 PM
The latest Jay vs. Dave article. posted by Linus | 7:50 AM
Sunday, November 02, 2003
Jeff Wells's recent men-at-sea kick included his take on the script for Wes Anderson's upcoming film, The Life Acquatic.
Note for Esselle: Don't click the above link. It reveals stuff that's like in the script and will probably end up on the screen. I'll give you this little non-spoiler:
"I can't wait to see how Anderson stages his action scenes. Will he decide to shoot them with a static camera, trying to stay with his usual shooting style and play against the energy...or will he try a hand-held, fast-cut approach?
You can't tell with scripts, but on the page THE LIFE AQUATIC struck me as the funniest thing Anderson's ever written." posted by Linus | 7:54 PM
A couple of years ago, Durst was telling Courtney that Puddle of Mudd was his "fake Nirvana band".
Go here ["Away From Me" video] to hear/see it in full bloom! Wes Scantlin's Kurt-look is obvious, but there's also some "Come As You Are"-ish effects, and some Corbijn-y black-and-white imagery. Well done, Fred!
posted by Linus | 4:39 PM