Posted in May 2016

On Queercore

On Queercore

I really enjoy hardcore music, I have inspired by some of the music within the genre, such as B4MV, A7X, and Breaking Benjamin. This music was quite popular with my co-workers at Sears, and McKesson, though I had particular exposure at McKesson because they would play it in Shipping/Receiving, with no way for me to get … Continue reading

Land of Confusion

Land of Confusion

I must have dreamed a thousand dreams Been haunted by a million screams But I can hear the marching feet They’re moving into the street Now, did you read the news today? They say the danger has gone away But I can see the fire’s still alight They’re burning into the night There’s too many … Continue reading

On Beetlejuice

On Beetlejuice

Yet another Tim Burton (Corpse Bride, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Batman and Batman Returns, Sleepy Hollow) film I am familiar with is Beetlejuice, featuring Winona Ryder, Geena Davis (Commander in Chief), and Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns).  According to The Washington Post review: Meet Betelgeuse, his pasty face bisected by a leer of hideous teeth. … Continue reading

On ThunderCats

On ThunderCats

Every morning, or at least most mornings, before heading off to the school, I would watch the ThunderCats. According to SquabbleBox‘s article, “TV GEMS: ThunderCats (1985-1989)“: Thirty years ago, a new animated television series went into direct competition against some of the most iconic shows of the 1980s, the greatest era of children’s television. Within … Continue reading

On Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

On Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey is a film I watched several times growing up. It’s actually a remake of The Incredible Journey, and really worth watching. According to Roger Ebert: So there I was, sitting in a theater with a lot of kids, watching an animal picture. Worse, an animal picture where the animals talked. And … Continue reading

On Jurassic Park

On Jurassic Park

I remember the first time I saw Jurassic Park, I was nine years old, and it scared the shit out of me. Directed by Steven Spielberg (Close Encounters of the Third Kind, An American Tail), based on the novel by Michael Crichton (Sphere), while featuring Jeff Goldblum (Independence Day), and Samuel L. Jackson (S.H.I.E.L.D’s Nick … Continue reading

On Ghostbusters II

On Ghostbusters II

Continuing from Ghostbusters is it’s sequel, Ghostbusters II, which isn’t a terrible film, and worth watching. Notably, according to producer-director Ivan Reitman and actor Harold Ramis on the premise of the slime in this story, from The New York Times article “Slime? Don’t Worry! The Ghostbusters Are Back“: According to Mr. Reitman, ”Our theory in the … Continue reading