Hello all you sexy sexy people.
I have been away far too long and while I haven’t been reviewing things on this site. I have been doing other things for other sites and stuff. I have seen a few newer movies and will talk about those in part 2. But for now I’ll just write about the other shit that I have done. I want to start off by saying that I have moved. My friend Tara (who fronts the band I’m in, Victory Riot) has allowed me to stay in her guest room at her house, and I’m very grateful. Still working at trying to find a better job which will explain on why I will not be able to post as much as I would like. Had a great job set up that payed more and was close to my house, but that was a no go because I messed up one of their questions during the interview. Still kicking myself on that one, but at least I learned something. I would much rather get paid more then learn a life lesson, so fuck that place for not getting me a job. Anyhow I was lucky enough to be a guest on a great podcast and have contributed my awesomeness to other great things. So let’s check it outChannel Superhero: X-Men: The Animated Series.
Our own Nick Fury aka Bubbawheat from Flights Tights and Movie Nights has assembled a team of great writers to do reviews of Superhero television shows. Elwood of From The Depths of DVD Hell has a great one with Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and Rachel Thuro of Reel Insight does one on The Walking Dead. My post is on the 90’s Saturday morning show. X-Men The Animated Series. I have read a few comics from this team before, but never got into the franchise until I saw this show. It’s kind of fun re watching these episodes and most of them still hold up. You can read what I thought by clicking the link above.
The Forgotten Filmcast Episode 55: First Family
Host Todd Liebenow(I’m pretty sure I messed up the spelling of the last name, my apologies) has a cool show where he and a guest review a movie that most of you have never heard of before. Hence the title The Forgotten Filmcast. The movie I picked for this show was a political comedy from the 80’s called First Family. It stars Bob Newhart, Madeline Khan(Clue), Gilda Radner and it was written and directed by Buck Henry(The Graduate). How did three comedy greats work together in this movie. Well check out the show and find out.
The Film Pasture Episode 3. Our First Game Show.
The new season of The Film Pasture is going well and the latest episode has just posted. Along with my beautiful cohost Emmy. I was joined by other great podcasters and bloggers to play a fun trivia game show and prove who knows more about movies. The guys or the girls. Click the link above to see who was on and check out the all the fun.
So yeah that is it for me right now. I will be back next week with some quick reviews of movies I have seen. Thanks for reading. I love you
Glad you enjoyed rewatching X-Men:The Animated Show. Few years ago as an adult, I too rewatched a kids animated show, and it also held up well. In my case was The Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982–1983.) (I didn’t review it like you but I probably should have done ) Sorry you didn’t manage to get that job, keep going and I’m sure you’ll find something else.
Thank you very much Chris. I will check out that show you mentioned. I never even heard of it before.
Loved that podcast Vern.