Once more into the dance, magic dance of adolescent metaphors, dear friends. Ever just want to go back and talk about stuff again? Stuff, perhaps, that You Like? Well, this is 2nd Look, and Ursa's feeling metaphorical.
I wish to apologize to my neighbors for screaming violently around 11:30 pm EST. To be fair, it was because Kelsey isn’t actually human, and Houck keeps merrily sailing by the true OTP of the book.
Bass, how low can you go?
Rantasmo digs up the 1992 dark comedy Death Becomes Her, starring Meryl Streep as the most fabulous zombie ever.
What's your story?
My dad always told me that for the sake of not alienating my audience I shouldn’t say controversial things, but the cat is pretty much out of the bag on this one. I’ve said a lot of negative things about the Internet hashtag movement called “#Gamergate” in the last week or so and I’ve gotten… Read More
Thirty years of Starscream.
Part 2 of Kyle and Tony's look at a tale as old as time. No, still not that one.
I promise you, if the following scenes feel familiar, Houck probably took them from something better. That’s how far I’ve fallen. I’m considering Temple of Doom…better.