Martial Arts legend Bruce Lee takes Kung Fu to a new level of culinary skill.
After checking out and digging the work of James Blake via yesterday’s post by Niall, I’ve come to realize how popular and sorta controversial this guy actually is. For example : here’s what can only be described as an angry, but sharply brilliant defacement of Blake’s hit song The Wilhelm Scream by a You-Tuber named Cesspool Music. See, I like all the gorgeous space in the original that allows this prankster so much luxurious room to decorate but it’s a far more articulate criticism of the actual music than anything verbal could ever be. Bravo !
The original tune after the jump…
The Stones. Looking a bit rough. Actually it’s Stones Throw from Tampa,Florida.
With thanks to Matt Devine and Marc Campbell
This new tune from singer-songwriter Molly Lewis is a delight:
On YouTube, one of the highest compliments you can pay someone is telling them that you want to have their babies. This song isn’t necessarily about that.
I adore Stephen Fry, and think that our gene pool would be better with his traits running around in it.
He should at least mull it over!
Thank you Taylor Jessen!
If Mirrors Could Speak , a social engineering film from 1976 in which kids are transformed into malevolent clowns to depict various bad personality traits, has appeared on the web in the past. But the high quality of this upload makes it worth another look or a first look if you’ve never seen it before.
Cruel self-assessment is given a new twist as vulnerable grade-schoolers are forced to look into the deep blackness of their own souls only to reach the inevitable conclusion that they are unloved and they will spin out their meaningless years on this drifting rock before dying alone and afraid.”
Also known as Juggalos: The Early Years.
“Look out! Here comes the Spider-Man…” BTW, sorry in advance.
Oh, and there’s an acapella version here.
The first exploitation flick to get an X rating for violence, I Drink Your Blood is a low budget gore classic that blows chunks and your mind at the same time. It hit the drive-ins in 1970, one year after the Manson family murders, and was clearly concocted to cash in on the anti-hippie hysteria of the time. But how do you come up with something more shocking than the Manson massacre? Well, I Drink Your Blood answers that question.
A cult of LSD eating, Satan worshiping hippies, led by Horace Bones, looking and sounding alot like Tommy Wiseau, wreak havoc on a small town and end up getting a dose of their own medicine when after eating meat pies infected with the blood of a rabid dog are transformed into flesh-crazed cannibals.
Like a sheet of high-grade blotter, I Drink Your Blood packs enough bizarre entertainment value to last for hours and hours. We can only repeat the demonic invocation of Horace Bones (Bhaskar), who tells his followers in the movie’s opening scene: “Satan was an acid-head. Drink from his cup. Pledge yourselves, and together we’ll all freak out!”
Released by Box Office Spectaculars, co-owned by Blood Feast auteur Herschell Gordon Lewis, I Drink Your Blood was directed by David Durston who also helmed the first 35mm gay porno film Manhole.
A sad footnote: Bhaskar Roy Chowdhury who plays Horace Bones was a professional dancer who seven years after starring in I Drink Your Blood was crippled in a stage fall during a rehearsal and was confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. He died in an old folks home in 2003.
Here’s I Drink Your Blood in all its uncut glory.
Thanks See Of Sound
Six years after he graduated high school, and four years after the LSD experiences that he’s called “one of the two or three most important things I’ve done in my life,” and less than two years after he co-founded a company named after a fruit, the biological son of graduate students Abdulfattah Jandali and Joanne Simpson prepped nervously for his first TV interview.
Ya gotta figure most game-changers have found themselves “deathly ill and ready to throw up at any moment,” right?
Thanks, Cameron Macdonald!
It appears redditors are having a good time poking fun at Bill O’Reilly in the Pics section on reddit today. Here are a few gems I found.
More after the jump…