Yeah, yeah… so I’ve been quiet lately. It’s not like I haven’t been busy, though: I spent a week in San Diego, followed by a long weekend in Nor Cal, and tomorrow morning I’m off to Illinois for almost a week. I also started a new class at CSUN, because it’s been a whole semester […] Read More..
Thanks again, roomie. I felt compelled to post it not only because it’s fun, but also because I failed to mention in yesterday’s post that this week marks the opening of my second half-decade in Los Angeles. In other words: I’ve been here five years already! Though I guess the way I phrased it the […] Read More..
Cat video with alternate Russian title. (Hat tip to the new roomie for finding this one.) The only type of video that with a stronger guarantee that I’ll watch than this is a cat video with an alternate Japanese title. (I’m looking at you, Maru-chan.) I’m getting settled in at my new place pretty well; […] Read More..
My new favorite song and video. This is just magical. I’ve been a little busy lately moving from North Hollywood to Studio City. My friend Colinski and I found a really awesome apartment; it’s a great building and a great neighborhood. And I’ll be saving money. As I joked with Colin last night, if I […] Read More..
Originally published at PopBunker.net. Director: Robert Benton / Writers: Avery Corman (novel), Robert Benton (screenplay) / Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep, and Jane Alexander In keeping with the serious tone of the previous installment of OM/YE, this week I decided to have a look at an old academy fave Kramer vs. Kramer. I’m as big a fan of Dustin Hoffman as anyone, having thoroughly enjoyed his performances in a wide […] Read More..
The trip to Okinawa was really quite wonderful. I did happen to break my glasses while waiting for my connecting flight at Narita, and in the middle of trying to fix the one side that lost a screw, I knocked the screw loose from the other side and lost it. I’m still walking around with […] Read More..
Originally posted at PopBunker.net. For this week I chose another one of those old movies that I actually did see when I had much younger eyes. I know I must’ve watched this movie when I was somewhere between the ages of, say, nine and thirteen, but I really don’t remember. The only recollections I really […] Read More..
This morning I woke up at 6:30, did yoga on the beach, and then swam in the ocean. Don’t hate. Read More..
Originally posted at PopBunker.net. Director: Jason Eisener / Writers: John Davies, Jason Eisener (story) / Stars: Rutger Hauer, Molly Dunsworth, and Robb Wells From its humble beginnings as a fake trailer created for a SXSW movie trailer contest, Hobo with a Shotgun came out guns blazing as a cult classic before it was even clear that it would be made into a full-length feature. And with such magnificent camp, […] Read More..