There are several things that you should not admit on the internet. One of those is the amount of times I have watched Poison’s “Behind The Music.” This TV program allowed my hero, C.C. Deville, to share the quote: “It was the house of whores, and then it became the house of horrors.”
Anyway, I’m going to watch it again. There’s a clip below (that contains the above quote) but I recommend watching the entire thing because it’s full of Hollywood excess and I want us to have something to talk about when we meet up at O’Brien’s 2 for 1 Burger Tuesdays.
Oliver Peoples’ 2010 Campaign film ‘Les enfants sennuient le dimanche (The children are bored on Sundays), directed by Autumn De Wilde, featuring Elijah Wood and Shirley Manson (from Garbage). Soundtrack ‘Just You and Me’ by Zee Avi.
The official trailer for Spring Breakers, the highly anticipated new film from Harmony Korine starring Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine, and James Franco.
Four college girls who land in jail after robbing a restaurant in order to fund their spring break vacation find themselves bailed out by a drug and arms dealer who wants them to do some dirty work. – IMDB
American Idol’s 12th season premiered last night, and while I hate to admit it, I continue to tune in every year. I usually get excited about the first rounds where the show alternates between the talented and the “singing’s not for you, dawg” contestants. Here are some first impressions.
I miss Steven Tyler
I want to hear less from Nicki Minaj and more from Mariah Carey
Who the hell is Keith Urban
Randy Jackson has great taste in eyeglasses
That’s all I have so far. It was a slow start, but we’re just one William Hung or Pants On The Ground away from having something interesting to talk about. What do you think?