I don’t know why I haven’t linked this sooner, but an old friend of mine is an amazing artist who does pop culture-related prints, and his latest — an illustrated collage of Say Anything — is available to view or purchase on his website, as well as prints of the Evil Dead movies and The Big Lebowski, among others. (Jim Horwat.com)
Audiosuede has a new feature examining the newest musical genres from around the world. Today, the word is “Futura.” ’80s synth sound-alikes that actually AREN’T being ironic! (Audiosuede)
I’ve lost count with how many times Miley Cyrus has done something age inappropriate and she’s not even recanting it anymore. So her singing a sexy duet with Bret Michaels is barely even news. (Litelysalted)
Here are a bunch of guys who should be directing all these horror remakes coming out, but aren’t. (Cinematical)
It seems like this “American Idol” business has been going on forever now, but they’re only just now down to 20 contestants. (Hairballs)
With Charlie Sheen in rehab and possibly heading to jail — news that Jon Cryer’s wife had a hit out him just makes me know deep down that “Two and a Half Men” is headed for imminent destruction. Pray with me. (Warming Glow)
In 1995 Newsweek published an article on why the internet will fail. Let’s all point and laugh at them now. (Unlikely Words)
In the most unsubstantiated internet rumor of the day that I hope SO HARD is actually true: Scarlett Johansson and Axl Rose are friends, and play ping-pong together. (Agent Bedhead)
For all of you hardcore Danny Elfman fans out there, (My boyfriend is one — what?) you can now stream his entire score to Alice in Wonderland from Disney’s website. (The Playlist)
Today in “Fuck You Kirstie Alley, You Fat Bastard” news, Kirstie Alley is running a new weight loss program that’s almost definitely a front for Scientology. This is probably why she’s STILL FAT. (Celebitchy)
Here are seven actors typecast in bizarrely specific roles. (Cracked)
In what should come to a surprise to no one, seven entire drugs were found in Brittany Murphy’s system. Guess seven is an unlucky number after all. (Celebslam)
Even Stevens sent me this link for a “Lost” timeline, which dates back to the 1800s. Christ on a cracker, this show goes all the way back to the 1800s? (The Compass)
This was news to me, but in 1989 Jay Leno starred in a movie called Collision Course with Pat Morita, and the internet was kind enough to compress the most sexist, racist bits into this three minute clip. Suck it, Leno!
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