“At my age, I wouldn’t release it if I thought it didn’t work.”
It doesn’t take long (at all) for the stubborn and refreshingly frank Tartakovsky to hold forth on his frustrations with the way Hotel Transylvania 2 and Popeye were handled.
Whether he’s the destabilizing force of Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes’ glory days, or more centered in contemporary reboots that can’t measure up, Bugs Bunny remains a towering cartoon influence.
“It was created from original drawings by John Lennon and a soundtrack that I also edited together, consisting of snatches of conversation between John and Yoko and song excerpts.”
Ten corporations throwing their clout into solar energy.
There are too many obstacles standing in the way of the inevitable.
We’re in the slow-motion throes of an environmental apocalypse whose existential ravages are terrifyingly “irreversible.” Now is not the time to be arguing over solar cash.
“It does not evaluate mitigation technologies or policies or undertake an analysis of the effectiveness of various approaches.”
Pixies are still making great music, and I’m happy to still be listening and interviewing them about it.
[This callout has been syndicated here on HuffPo.] After America’s Veteran’s Day militarism hangover, I scanned what few trustworthy journalism outlets are left but still couldn’t avoid the headhunters. They […]
As I turned my back last year on writing about cultural, environmental, political, economic and other lofty concerns for money — because it wasn’t really paying any — I decided to plot another devious experiment.
My father’s generation lived through and after the war, and basically had nothing. They forged their paths with their own hands, and created their whole world themselves.
J.R.R. Tolkien legendarily wrote In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote, one Oxford summer while “laborious[ly]” grading papers for some always welcome side money. Both of us, he could have added, will be stinking rich someday.
I spoke with A Fierce Green Fire‘s director Mark Kitchell.
“We moved to completely copying realism. Maybe this is a good time to start going back to the old ways, where anything can happen.”
One man’s crap made-for-TV movie becomes another fan’s Pythonesque art trip, and the popular tastes of the ensuing decades makes up the difference. Who’s your Walrus now?
Price’s influential spirit inhabits some small or large part in almost everything Tim Burton has ever made.
Drones overhead and smartphones in hand, we drift through panoptic lives and push-button wars. It sometimes feels like most songwriters couldn’t give a crap, but not hip-hop visionary El-P…
“As long as the old stuff is given a context and doesn’t overshadow the new, I think it’s a healthy exercise for me, and one that recalibrates me for whatever new musical path lies ahead,” said Shadow.
A psychokinetic steampunk upgrade with a fearless female hero leading the charge.
Punch the term “fracking” into DOGGR’s search today and you’ll receive a white screen with the perhaps accidentally ironic query “Did you mean: cracking” in response.
“No matter which door he picks in this Let’s Make a Deal episode, he comes out a loser. It’s kind of awesome.”
A year ago, the geothermal-rich Japan suffered an utterly predictable earthquake, tsunami and nuclear nightmare that is still currently unfurling in terrible ways.
To what should be the surprise of no one, earthquakes caused by the junkie gas sector’s hydraulic fracturing process, known as fracking, have been returning like Freud’s repressed.