Friday, 3 October 2008

Wednesday, 9 July 2008

Gayest bread ever....

fuck know what this is about

Tuesday, 24 June 2008

Saturday, 21 June 2008

Tuesday, 10 June 2008

You Fuck@#g Muppet...

Hands up puppet bums is so much cooler than computer effects.

Tuesday, 3 June 2008

Review of Kick-Ass #3

When's the next one out???!!!

I've just read the latest issue of the fantastic comic series Kick-Ass. I got sent it to review on this blog so I'm going to try and do that now.

It was great. Problem is, I kinda knew it was going to be really. I loved the previous two issues. I am always entertained by anything that Mark Millar writes and whenever John Romita Jr. puts pencil onto paper something energetic and engaging will result. Oh, and they were giving away free PDF's to people with blog and reviews comic!

What if Peter Parker became Spider-man, not because he was bitten by a radioactive spider and developed special powers, but because he was a bit lonely, a bit bored and a bit over ambitious? This comic supposes that a regular teenage geek decided to find out if he could really become a superhero. In our regular normal world. No spider bites, no billion dollar metal suits, no aliens. Just er....the teenage me (but from New York) adapting a wet suit into a costume and trying to clean up the streets of criminals. And failing. At first...

Kick-Ass #3, out this week, has all that I have described above and the best surprise, twisty Takashi Miike style ending ever!! This issue really cements the style and the humour of the series but doesn't let on too much, in a good way.

Go and buy it, its great. Nice work Mark and John

Wednesday, 14 May 2008

I got told I look like Brett the other day. I was going for Jemaine though.

I think it was my accent.
My accent looked like Brett.

Monday, 28 April 2008

Who Are You Going to Vote For?

The essential debate for deciding the London Mayor

Venture Fuckin Brothers Is Fuckin Comin Fuckin Back Fuckin Soon

I'm quite pleased about this

Monday, 14 April 2008

Holy Flippin' Shit....2

I posted a trailer at the end of last year for an unbelievably violent Japanese film called The Machine Girl. Still ain't seen it but here is the trailer of the film by the same chaps. I didn't know there was this much fake blood in the world

Monday, 7 April 2008

neon neon neon neon neon neon neon neon neon neon

Probably like the rest of you, I've been totally seduced by I Lust You by Neon Neon. I bought the album today and it sent me a bit mad. I feels like the most instantly gratifying album I've got in a while. 'Tis ace

Wednesday, 26 March 2008

YouTube 3-D

This is that MGMT song for a couple of posts ago but in 3D. Get those old cardboard glasses or sweet wrappers out and enjoy/be disappointed.

Wednesday, 19 March 2008

The Wisdom of Prince Philip

To a driving instructor in Scotland: "How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?"

To a Nigerian diplomat in traditional Nigerian garb: "You look as if you’re ready for bed."

On seeing a fuse box filled with wires, during a visit to an electronics company: "This looks like it was put in by an Indian."

To a chubby 13-year-old boy at a space exploration exhibit, pointing to a space capsule: "You’ll have to lose weight if you want to go in that."

To a smoke-detector activist who lost two of her children in a house fire: "My smoke alarm is a damn nuisance. Every time I run my bath, the steam sets it off and I’ve got firefighters at my door."

To members of the British Deaf Association, while pointing to a loudspeaker playing Caribbean music: "No wonder you are deaf."

To a tourist, during a state visit to Hungary: "You can’t have been here long, you’ve not potbelly."

Speaking to British students studying in China: "If you stay here much longer, you’ll all be slitty-eyed."

On the "key problem" facing Brazil: "Brazilians live there."

On his daughter Princess Anne: "If it doesn’t fart or eat hay, she isn’t interested."

On seeing a picture once owned by England’s King Charles I in the Louvre in Paris: "So I said to the Queen, ‘Shall we take it back?’"

Monday, 10 March 2008

Friday, 7 March 2008

MGMT _ Time to pretend

Me and Ms Squirrel were watching this video this morning, deciding whether we should be enkoying this load of hipster bollocks. In the end, we decided to get over ourselves and enjoy the song and record. I hope you do too. I like that screechy do-be-dodododo loop.

I (heart) Venture Bros.

Everybody should be watching the excellent animated series The Venture Brothers with their eyes. Here is a nice little video of Star Wars pastiche from the show. All are 10 times better than the whole of Family Guy: Blue Harvest.

Monday, 3 March 2008

Harry Hill Mega-Post

I was just going to post this visual, comedic representation of Harry Hill's phone book:

But you type Harry Hill into YouTube and it opens a door to a wonderful world

try it yourself.
hope this goes some way for the lack of posts lately. More soon promise x

Monday, 18 February 2008

This is what we get up to in New Zealand...

Off to Canada now to bask in the snowy snow. Thanks for your texts and comments in the book of dreams that Jen so craftily organised. Brings a tear to me eye. I love sheep heaps. Baaaaaaa.

Tuesday, 12 February 2008

The Funniest Thing You'll See This Week

The actors from Spongebob Square Pants re-dubbing classic movies

reposted with a vid that works

Wednesday, 6 February 2008

Tuesday, 5 February 2008

I thought these guys didn't have the writer to pull this stuff off

John Stewart and Stephen Colbert vs. Conan O'Brien, spread over 3 shows on 2 networks. Imagine Richard and Judy fighting Phil and Fern. Actually, don't that's shit. This is great

Friday, 11 January 2008

I know this is almost an hour long but...'s brill.
Radiohead did another web-cast over new years to celebrate the physical release of In Rainbows. This has live versions of every track on the album accompanied by excellent visuals again by Garth Jennings and Adam Buxton and crew. Just put it on and leave it going in the background, you won't be disappointed.

Monday, 7 January 2008

Welcome to the Best Year of Your Life

To start the new year off, here is a combo of 2 of my favorite things from 2007. Micheal Cera (of Juno - coming soon)and Zach Galifianakis.