mister X live riffs DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN (pt III)
in this part, X tamps back the anger and uses DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN as a launching pad to discuss some deeper points…in his assholish way
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Exploring GI Joe Retaliation
A look into the much improved sequel to GI Joe The Rise of Cobra.About these ads
mister X live riffs DO YOU BELIEVE? (part IV)
mister X’s comedic analysis of DO U BELIEVE? starts to devolve from amused frustration into razor-edged riff fury in this chapter…About these ads
GeekJuice livetweets NORTH BY NORTHWEST
The collected storify of Alex Jowski and mister X‘s rifftweet of Alfred Hitchock’s masterpiece NORTH BY NORTHWEST…and they do exactly what you’d expect[View the story “GeekJuice livetweets NORTH BY NORTHWEST” on Storify] About these ads
AMC Thinking of Allowing Texting in Theaters
In an Interview with Variety, AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron had announced some new plans for the theater chain. Along with pans to buy the Carmike theater chain, he also mentioned that he was considering making some theaters safe spaces for texting and other mobile devices.
Less than 4 months ago, Adam Aron became the CEO of AMC Entertainment. In that short amount of time AMC has been developing a buy out of Carmike Cinema Theaters in the hopes of becoming the biggest theater [...]
The post-hiatus return of Live Nude Geeks as we riff DEATH DRUG-it’s an anti-drug film with that dude from Miami Vice and is trippy as hell. Featuring Alex Jowski, Charley McMullen and mister XAbout these ads
Carnivorous Animals That Achieved a Cult Status
Wolfen 1981: An inventive social allegory set against the backdrop of urban decay, Wolfen is a thriller that suggests terrorists disguised as Native American wolves are stalking the streets of New York City. This is a truly rare, politically correct film that follows Detective Dewey (Albert Finney), coroner Whittington (Gregory Fucking Hines), and criminal psychologist Rebecca (Diane Venora) as they investigate the murders.
A Psychosocial Look at “Kids”
I know I’ve discussed Kids before but… bear with me just a minute.
This article was inspired by someone else’s homework. Next to a public printer at a University was someone’s forgotten assignment for a Psychology class which read: “Analyze a character from one of the following films from the perspective of one of the following psychological theorists.” The films listed were mostly crap that younger generations adore (10 Things I Hate About You, 13 Going on 30, The [...]