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 +3Posted on Oct 16th, 2012 | re: The Walking Dead S03E01: Open Thread (104 comments)

Everyone else is right.

Crying brain, terrorists win, world less funny, magic deer died in vain, and a million other bad things if you stop doing recaps of this unpolishable turd.

 -1Posted on Nov 10th, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E04: This SHOW Is A Discrete Feminine Product (What?) (118 comments)

I thought the well zombie was Otis. I guess not. I thought people would have mentioned that possibility here. Or maybe the timing is wrong?

When this series started, did anybody else imagine that maybe just maybe since they have plenty of storytelling time, there might have been some sort of explanation of how a virus can animate a dead lump that might even be missing a circulatory system, lungs etc? That there has to be some way that they move around? Anybody? And some way that they process the flesh they eat? Hello?

Sorry, this is actually a cartoon for 10 year olds, I keep forgetting.

 +1Posted on Jun 24th, 2011 | re: Videogum's Most Anticipated (Still) Movies Of 2011 (67 comments)

Existenz is one of my favo(u)rite movies ever, and I have seen all the movies. At the very end I said aloud in the theater “End it now! This must end now! Don’t answer the question!” then it went black and the credits rolled and I was all like “YES! YES!” out loud because it was a Matinee on Davisville and I was alone in the theater.

Cronenberg rules: Crash, Videodrome, Naked Lunch, etc.

Your money back if not satisfied.

 +3Posted on Mar 7th, 2011 | re: Saturday Night Live: Miley Cyrus And The Strokes (85 comments)

Expected to see more enthusiasm here – to me it was maybe the funniest episode so far this season – hopefully eclipsed by Zack next week.

 0Posted on Feb 27th, 2011 | re: Ubisoft's We Dare Is Your Videogame (78 comments)

Apply directly to the forehead.

Don’t get cocky, kid.

 +9Posted on Feb 1st, 2011 | re: Operation Watch This: Canada Edition: Rastamouse! (80 comments)

Also, please enjoy our “pay no tax” specials on softwood lumber.

 +2Posted on Feb 1st, 2011 | re: Tim And Eric On Conan (27 comments)

Hilarious dudes, lame interview premise and follow-through.

 +1Posted on Jan 25th, 2011 | re: Announcing The Starting Line-Up For Puppy Bowl VII! (98 comments)

My puppy thinks this thread is totally sniff-ass.

 +5Posted on Jan 25th, 2011 | re: Announcing The Starting Line-Up For Puppy Bowl VII! (98 comments)

One important difference, this dog is clearly able to experience and express human emotion.

 0Posted on Jan 17th, 2011 | re: The 2011 Golden Globe Awards (76 comments)

Also I forgot to mention that in the opening of An Idiot Abroad where he enjoys the suffering of others, and likes to MAKE them suffer, yeah, ummmm … makes me headachey and uncomfortable about humanity.

The NEXT season of An Idiot Abroad should expound upon the stuff that KARL is interested in, which is what made the XM radio series so damn funny.

 0Posted on Jan 17th, 2011 | re: The 2011 Golden Globe Awards (76 comments)

Ricky’s stand-up started being useless for me, about 3-4 years ago. “Science” was especially bad. Hopefully his new TV show will be as fantastic as The Office.

 +7Posted on Jan 10th, 2011 | re: Saturday Night Live: Jim Carrey And The Black Keys (45 comments)

The obvious ending to this sketch is for satellite footage to zoom in and show him killing his wife in the woods. Instead the ending of the sketch fell flat. He was just a quivering wretch like the previous 2 people in the skit. Bummer. I can be SNL punch-up employee?

 0Posted on Jan 5th, 2011 | re: We Live In Endish Times Kinda (54 comments)

God is the Squire Of Gothos.

 -7Posted on Dec 15th, 2010 | re: The 10 Best TV Shows Of 2010 (152 comments)

What’s missing is children that could have been possibly produced, via normal heterosexual human reproductive techniques, by Anne Heche and Thomas Jane. Note to the blind – they are both quite good looking. Their kids on the show are ungodly hideous in a facial sense, and nicely overweight to boot.

 +9Posted on Dec 15th, 2010 | re: The 10 Best TV Shows Of 2010 (152 comments)

Terriers is absolutely 100% worth watching, or I pay you $50. Just do it/buy it/illegally download it/watch it.

It’s Donal Logue (ALWAYS excellent) partnered up with the little guy that was married to the red haired waitress in season 1 of True Blood and turned out to be the murderer of the murdered women, oops, spoiler alert. And GREAT and compelling story telling.

Zombies – BITE this show and make it walk around and do stuff again!!!

 +5Posted on Dec 13th, 2010 | re: Saturday Night Live: Paul Rudd And Paul McCartney (84 comments)

Yup. My wife and I were glancing at each other questioningly about that too. Sounded like Cthulhu’s minions howling from the Stygian depths.

 0Posted on Dec 10th, 2010 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread: Christmas Specials Edition (198 comments)

Yup. Plus an upvote. So, agreed, plus yes.

 0Posted on Dec 10th, 2010 | re: A Question About The Tourist (91 comments)

Gabe, you had me at “via Arbroath.)”

 +2Posted on Dec 6th, 2010 | re: Live Action Puppet The Simpsons With A Katy Perry Guest Cameo? (93 comments)

Now I am effing pissed. If me and my 48 twitter followers, most of whom haven’t seen Terriers probably, couldn’t save this show, then I give up. It was the best, and the opening theme song needs to be turned into a complete real song because it was the best too.

Can’t believe “V” is going to continue, while Flash Forward stopped. Surfaced! Threshold! Arrrrrggghhhhh!!!! OK, now I’m just dredging.

 -1Posted on Nov 29th, 2010 | re: The Walking Dead S01E05: CDCeez Nuts (125 comments)

First 30 minutes of last night’s show had me thinking I was watching the worst episode of TV in years. It looked like they had completely run out of budget. Hurray for the last 10 minutes. Sort of.

This series, since it’s a series, had the opportunity to offer a feasible(-ish) explanation of what could create a real (c’mon, you know what I mean) zombie plague, how zombies would actually be able to move and digest, since their human systems are shut down, etc. So far they’ve glossed right over it and taken the “sorry, no explanation, ever” approach – unless this is covered in upcoming seasons.

 +2Posted on Nov 29th, 2010 | re: The Walking Dead S01E05: CDCeez Nuts (125 comments)

Yes, I did see that movie, and the title came as a surprise to me, as Pontypool is a small town 22.87 miles from where I live. And it was [Miley voice] a pretty cool movie[/miley].

 +8Posted on Nov 15th, 2010 | re: The Walking Dead S01E03: We've Got To Go Back To The Atlanta! (143 comments)

Casting director to Lori auditioners: “Be Kate”

 +5Posted on Nov 15th, 2010 | re: The Walking Dead S01E03: We've Got To Go Back To The Atlanta! (143 comments)

The joke is the mis-use of quotation marks. Check google for the phrase “scare quotes”. Or “blood-curdling grammar”.

 +1Posted on Nov 3rd, 2010 | re: Today We Are All Keith Olbermann (163 comments)

Birdie gum-gums