The “Simpsons” Halloween episode will air Oct. 18, ending a 10-year streak of these episodes not airing until after Halloween. #woohoo
Archive for October 1st, 2009
In an alternate universe, ZOMBIELAND stars Michael Cera and Matthew McConaughey instead of Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson.
In honor of his sex scandal, my impression of David Letterman having sex: “How we doin’ on time? Do we have time for this?”
Ho-hum, the latest sex-and-extortion scandal, this time involving … What the aitch? DAVID LETTERMAN?? http://bit.ly/2r7fix
RT @warnick Hey, does anyone have any CompuServe invites?
As usual, I plan not to get a Google Wave account until it’s super popular and people are berating me for not having one.
The 1970s were a fertile time for disaster movies. At the tail end of the decade, when the genre’s popularity was waning and most of the good disasters had been taken, some people made “Meteor,” in which a giant asteroid threatens to hit our fair planet and kill us all. “Meteor” is slow and dull, nearly opposite in tone from the frenetic “Armageddon,” which ripped it off 19 years later. And “Meteor” is this week’s subject of Eric’s Bad Movies at Film.com.
Eric’s Bad Movies at Film.com: METEOR (1979), starring Sean Connery. http://bit.ly/64TXs
RT @CraveOnline T’FORMERS 3 story: New robots punch each other in the face, old robots die (then come back) then cut to Megan Fox running.
“Michael Bay has a story for TRANSFORMERS 3.” A story? Why start now? http://bit.ly/3QDzKd