Quo Vadimus

Friday, February 27, 2004


The Brown Bunny. #025:

From Foul Territory:

"Meanwhile at a downtown moviehouse, filmmaker and Buffalo bad boy Vincent Gallo was weighing in to anyone who would listen about how Don Mattingly's best three years were better than A-Rod's best three years."

posted by Linus | 7:50 AM

Thursday, February 26, 2004


Fun Movie News. #066:


UPDATE: Poster.

posted by Linus | 10:51 AM


Episode X.

Kevin Cronin and Bun E. Carlos, however, refused to be a part; they were Gary Fencik fans and still hoped he'd make a run.

posted by Linus | 7:50 AM

Wednesday, February 25, 2004


Episode IX.

"... and that spillover began to rub against the edges of the --"

posted by Linus | 8:32 AM


SMiLE Time.

The Fork issued a report yesterday. Today, Salon further explores the myth.

UPDATE: "Wind Chimes/Mrs. O'Leary's Cow (Live at Royal Festival Hall)"

posted by Linus | 8:27 AM


Sine Your Pitty On The Runny Kine.

The Onion A.V. Club looks back on Pootie Tang.

From the 2001 Village Voice: Take 3 poll:

Best Mess: Pootie Tang! Packaged as a movie within a talk-show plug for the movie within the movie! Photographed by the DP of Masculin-Feminin! Padded with a music video, needless graphics, and about a dozen "transitional" shots of Wanda Sykes's seismic shimmy -- and it's still only 70 minutes! If you replaced the TV-pilot section of Mulholland Drive with Pootie Tang, between the pillow shot and the wake-up call, would it really make that much difference? Don't know -- that's why God made DVDs. - Jim Ridley


Eppy, soul-free and soon to be revealed as the "big bad" on the final season of Angel, did a post on Josie and the Pussycats (I still haven't seen it despite my Parker Posey completism policy). The same Village Voice poll has some JatP comments in the "Split Decisions" and "Lone Gunmen" sections.

posted by Linus | 8:19 AM

Tuesday, February 24, 2004


Episode VIII.

Saddam Ebert?

posted by Linus | 7:38 AM



That's Dave Grohl.

posted by Linus | 7:32 AM

Monday, February 23, 2004


Fire engines. Three of them.

Mackenzie Crook's cadaver chic.

Martin Freeman's Tim in a wig.

posted by Linus | 1:33 PM