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Found While Attempting To Clean Out My Wallet

Ocean County Library Card. I haven’t lived in Ocean County, New Jersey, for 27 month. Even my parents don’t live there anymore. It’s nearly a thousand miles away and while I do sometimes return to it the chance I will be seized with an urgent need to borrow a book while in the area and couldn’t just use the Rutgers library instead seems pretty small. 640 more words


What I Watched in... August 2014

In the interest of full disclosure (and to generate a little content here) I thought I’d present a regular tally of what movies I managed to see in the previous month. 188 more words


'Choom Gang, assemble!' ISIS footage inspires MST3K's Mike Nelson's call to action

ISIS hates vices. At least that’s what this footage suggests:

The Islamic State, or ISIS, apparently posts footage of members burning marijuana plants and smashing liquor bottles: …

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SnagFilms adds Chromecast support to its site, many others could follow soon

Add the movie streaming site SnagFilms to the growing list of media services that support Google’s Chromecast streaming stick: SnagFilms, which offers its users a catalog of more than 5,000 free and ad-support movies, now lets its users cast videos straight from its website to any Chromecast-equipped TV. 190 more words


The Dream Cut: Day Two Hundred Thirty-Two

It will be much easier to have written this post than it will be to sit here and write it.

Today was fine and I know that I can hurry myself along and come up rather easily with the words, as there’s plenty to talk about. 471 more words


"They don't make movies…they make fun of them!"

Last Thursday, I had the pleasure of seeing a screening of “Godzilla” (1998) Rifftrax Live.  For those who don’t know, Rifftrax is from some of the stars of “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” specifically, Mike Nelson (below left), Bill Corbett (below center) and Kevin Murphy (below right).   438 more words

RiffTrax: Bringing New Life to Bad Movies since MST3K

People are always surprised when I tell them that I really enjoy watching bad movies. It does appear a puzzle when it is written out like that. 647 more words