An analysis of the long National Lampoon MAD Parody that appeared as an article in a 1971 issue, looking at what they got right and what they got wrong.
If there’s a thing that I want in the future, it’s not flying cars or robot butlers — it’s the ability to immediately empty my sinuses with sinus doors.
Coming out on Thanksgiving, Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet fixes the few issues with Season 11, and gives us six great cinematic turkeys.
At that flea market I found another VHS tape with a lost ‘Brady Bunch’ episode featuring Cousin Oliver, but I didn’t know that at the time.
A review of a book of interviews from the Comics Journal with Harvey Kurtzman, exploring his career from ‘Hey Look!’ to ‘Little Annie Fanny.’
We’ve all heard of the sophomore slump where a band’s second album isn’t nearly as good as their first — but Zappa avoided it with ‘Absolutely Free’.
Nicky Flowers, ex-Cassette Fighter, is releasing their self-titled album this December, and if you’re a fan of synthpop, you’ll love it.
A review of the excellent Korean film Save The Green Planet!, which spans just about every genre you can think of — and nails all of them.
If you’ve seen any “scary closing logo” compilations, you’ve probably seen the VID logo — or perhaps you know it as the BND or ВИD logo — here’s what’s up.
We’re starting a new project — the Zappa Project, where we go through every official album by Frank Zappa in order, starting, of course, with ‘Freak Out!’