Hip, up-and-coming filmmaker James Gunn opened both guns (get it!?) today on writer-director James Toback, a critical darling who has a meticulously-groomed beard. I mean, look at Toback’s beard. It’s a thing of beauty. Gunn had a status update on his Facebook page today (Jan. 29, 2012) reading: I personally know 8 women in NYC […]
Community. Parks and Rec. 30 Rock. How I Met Your Mother. The Big Bang Theory (television). Lost. Two and a Half Men. Family Guy. American Family. Comi-Con hype. Pretty much anything on the first three ‘most popular’ pages of Hulu.com, I guess.
I was going to call this post “My Dead Blog.” I don’t blog anymore, as my tens of readers in the last six months have noticed. I blame Facebook and Twitter. It’s so much easier to throw random statements out there. There’s no thought required. No need for structure, context, supporting arguments, let alone spelling. […]
The guy was perfection, at times.
UPDATE: I explained myself to RobG, we’re cool. Uh oh. My bottom-feeding big mouth has apparently pissed off noted horror journalist RobG of Icons of Fright. I blame Twitter. A few months ago, Rob, through his Twitter account @IconsRobG, posted about how he kept getting recognized at a horror con. I thought it was cute. […]
Let’s face it. Twitter has killed blogs. Therefore, I have arranged my blog so that my Twitter feed is among the first thing you see when you load this page. See? There it is, on the right ———————————————————> You’re welcome.
Jon Favreau (“Swingers,” the late, great “Dinner for Five” on IFC) hosted a “geek tour” of his home last night on Twitter. In addition to posting a pic of the “Iron Man” costume (he directed the film), Favreau posted an autographed photo of President Ronald Reagan. The inscription, written in shaky, elderly hand writing — […]