I re-watched Hedwig and the Angry Inch again and the songs are
stuck in my head.
My first DVD player was purchased to watch Army of Darkness.
I loved the "WGN Saturday afternoon movie" version of Pulp Fiction.
Seriously, it exists. "The one that says bad mother on it" then
super zoom-in on Jules' wallet so you can't see the bad word. Why
If I could live in the world of a movie I'd pick The Road Warrior
(a world where assless chaps are everyday attire).
I'm currently watching Buffy for the first time. It's quite good!
*update* finished it, it has a satisfying ending, so no Lost
syndrome here (shaking my fist at LOST right now).
I'm big fan of Salvador Dali paintings and R Crumb drawings.
Ichi the Killer, Louie, Portlandia, Peep Show, Robocop, Lawrence of
Arabia, Girls, Game o' Thrones, Sealab 2021, Exit Through the Gift
Shop, Crumb, Brazil, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Taxi
Driver, Punch Drunk Love, Grizzly Man, Happiness, The IT Crowd,
Black Books, Spaced, Wilfred, THX 1138 (when Lucas still gave a
shit), Oldboy, Tokyo Story, Fawlty Towers, Stalker, John Waters
Neuromancer, Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, Grapes of Wrath, Letters
to Wendys, David Sedaris
Ramones, Suicidal Tendencies, Tricky, Portishead, Sam Cooke, Sigur
Ros, Violent Femmes, Dead Milkmen, AC/DC, Tricky, old punk and rock
for the most part but also like A Tribe Called Quest and other hip
hop stuff. I'll admit I'm not as hip to indie rock as I should be
for someone who owns a turntable.
NPR and This American Life, Radiolab. Savage Love with Dan Savage,
The Comedy Button podcast.
Love to try new food, though I tend to have a bad reaction to most