Don't ever take yourself too seriously. It's okay to make fun of yourself every once in a while. Kudos to Marlee Matlin for her appearance on Seth McFarlane & Alex Borstein's comedy special on Sunday. Borstein was doing a real mean impersonation of Matlin singing Poker Face, beyond tasteless. But Matlin stormed the stage and gave it right back to Borstein. It was all in good fun, and made me truly appreciate Marlee Matlin more than I already do. If you haven't seen it already, here's the video below:
AC/DC released a new compilation today, and I'm glad I didn't have to go to Wal-Mart to buy it. I don't have $300 to shell out for advanced box set in which the actual case is a real amplifier. I paid $25 and got my money's worth with the 3 CD set. The first disc features 12 of their studio rarities, which are primarily some tunes only released on their Australian albums, and B-sides. The second disc features more live rarities. I gave the second disc a quick listen, and I must admit that even though I'm not the biggest fan of live recordings, these are pretty sweet. The third disc is the addendum to their previously released DVD set, Family Jewels. You get the videos released after The Razor's Edge. It starts with Big Gun (from The Last American Hero soundtrack) and ends with Anything Goes from their latest release, Black Ice. Definitely a must for AC/DC fans, and truly a bang for the buck.
As I mentioned in the previous paragraph, I'm not the biggest fan of live albums. I prefer listening to studio versions of classic tunes. But there is one song that I would rather listen to live than the studio version, and that song is Let There Be Rock from AC/DC. It's always the personal highlight when I see the band live, and that kick-ass rhythm by Malcolm Young is priceless. To understand what I'm talking about, check the video below:
When is Robert Randolph & The Family Band's new album coming out? What, you don't know who Robert Randolph is? Shame on you. I think a blog article is due to educate you about NJ's premier steel guitarist.
I love trivia and board games, but get depressed that I can't purchase them because I don't have anybody to play with or who can compete with me. Sob, sob sob!
Now that Disney owns the Muppets, why haven't they created a Muppet theme park yet? Isn't this a no-brainer?
Steve Guttenberg is now confirming a third movie in the Three Men And A Baby saga is in the works with Tom Selleck and Ted Danson. I'll believe it when I see the trailer. I can't really believe the Gutt, he also claimed a few years back that another Police Academy movie and Short Circuit 3 were also on the way. What ever happened to these movies that I'm sure everybody is dying for?
I'm asking you all to boycott the Karate Kid remake starring Will Smith's kid in order to not smear the Karate Kid franchise in the same way The Next Karate Kid did.
Does anybody out there remember Thursday Night Prime on HBO? You never knew which has-been actress would show her boobs each week.
Why can't I find a Dokken shirt in Hot Topic, or anywhere for that matter?
On that note, I'm off to the races. Hoping to get my Chiller #2 article done tomorrow. Yay, Glee returns tomorrow night to make me remember that I don't have to think too much about every TV show I watch.