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Barry Jive: Man of Steel Review

Let me start by saying that while I felt it was one of 2006’s biggest flops, Superman Returns gave the world Brandon Routh, for which I am eternally grateful. That being said, if the guy who went on to cameo … Continue reading

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Barry Jive: Queens of the Stoneage “…Like Clockwork” Review

After a six year hiatus, the ironically titled “…Like Clockwork” was released and all frustration about the long wait were assuaged. Honestly, the long wait didn’t seem that long, as the last album I purchased by QOTSA was 2001’s “Songs … Continue reading

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Hippy: “I knew that band before they got popular.”

The internet has always been a powerful tool for communication and inovation and this is a wonderful example of how technology innovates art. Four young musicians used the internet and YouTube to create music profiles of themselves performing covers and … Continue reading

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Money Shots!!!

That brings the score to Cop: 1  Stoners: 25. Go! Proof that talent is not required for art. Go! They may come for you…SOON!!! Several comedic moments of impending doom caught on film. Go! “Zombies!! Quick! Lay on the ground!” … Continue reading

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Lord John Marbury: Bookshelves

I’m not gay, I swear (I’ve lost track of how many conversations I’ve had to start like that), but I’ve got a mean fucking hard on for book shelves. My dream is to have a home office that is wall … Continue reading

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Review: The Adjustment Bureau

Simon Theory’s 1-Line Review: The Best Movie of 2011, of course, we’re only 2 months in. Like a fine imported ale, “The Adjustment Bureau”, starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt, is well-rounded, full-figured, and no hangover in sight. Based on … Continue reading

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Simon Theory: The Artist’s Exemption

I’ve often wondered how in God’s name so many “artists” get by for so long doing work that, at best, can be described as uninspired works of mediocrity and, at worst, be described as pompous, nonsensical bullshit. Now I’m not … Continue reading

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