We chat with two of the stars behind the big screen adaptation of Comedy Central’s late, lamented, twisted work of surreal genius, STRANGERS WITH CANDY.
Archive for June, 2006
Supreme Ruler of the Known Universe Ralph Zinobop promises the world and denies any connection to local prostitutes in the Melonpool Quickcast Fourth of July Spectacular!
The weekend’s here. You’ve just been paid, and it’s burning a hole in your pocket. What’s a pop culture geek to do? In hopes of steering you in the right direction to blow some of that hard-earned cash, it’s time for the Quick Stop Weekend Shopping Guide – your spotlight on the things you didn’t even know you wanted…
It may be summer hiatus, but we roll out the first in a series of exclusive episode commentaries to hold you over the long wait for Season 6…
Game On! returns this week with more reviews a some Xbox Live news with new maps for CALL OF DUTY 2 and looks at NBA BALLERS: REBOUND, Disney/Pixar’s CARS, MOTO GP 06, THE MOVIES: STUNTS AND EFFECTS EXPANSION PACK and METAL GEAR SOLID: DIGITAL GRAPHIC NOVEL…
Peter Sanderson wraps up his in-depth look at X-MEN: THE LAST STAND.
Politics and the military are the themes of two new DVDs this week, as D. K. Holm takes a look at ANNAPOLIS and COMMNADER IN CHIEF.
After an impulse purchase of the massive indie comic tome, Fred is blown away by Alex Robinson’s BOX OFFICE POISON…
This week, Mattt Potter talks to Director Adam Rifkin, bitches about Will Wilkins then says he is a good guy, but then bitches about him again, and drops some “OLD FOOL” science on your ass! (If you know what I mean!)
This week, Hod gets a visit from Odin’s ravens and finds out how the family’s been doing without him around.
Michael Dequina talks Superman, CLICK, and a flick about WAIST DEEP.
Randal & Dante ponder what flick moviegoers will be seeing this summer in the first of our exclusive Clerks 2 InAction shorts.
Hawaii may be home to beautiful beaches and wonderful people, but nothing can suck the cool out of a vampire like wearing one of their trademark shirts. Angel and Spike might not make the cover of GC in these things, but they can make it on your shelf, thanks to Diamond. Check out the review!
Joe Corey’s “Party Favors” column of pop-culture ephemera makes its home at the Quick Stop, with Seymore Butts, Russ Meyer, and Philly cheese.
Widget Walls’ “Widge Goes Off” returns with a Quickcast and a round of Monday Morning Box Office Quarterbacking.
This week, our host Alastor waits at the finish line for the finalsits of the Amazingly Deadly Race.
Christopher Stipp of Trailer Park talks to Tim Nett of… Trailer Park, as they discuss the evolution of modern trailers and the people who make them.
We wrap up our inaugural week with an exclusive “lost” audio commentary from the first season of THE VENTURE BROS., which makes its second season debut this Sunday evening at 10:30pm on [adult swim].
Quick Stop is now the exclusive home of the Scrubs Blog, featuring behind-the-scenes shenanigans and insights from the cast & crew of NBC’s fan favorite med-com. This week, it’s a special Season 5 farewell…
The weekend’s here. You’ve just been paid, and it’s burning a hole in your pocket. What’s a pop culture geek to do? In hopes of steering you in the right direction to blow some of that hard-earned cash, it’s time for the Quick Stop Weekend Shopping Guide - your spotlight on the things you didn’t even know you wanted…
Forget studying, flash cards and practice tests! Addicted to Bad has the proven, PAY IT FORWARD method of guaranteed A’s! Sure, it involves letting your horribly disfigured teacher score with your mom, but you want to get into a good school, right?
Steve Troop’s Melonpool lands at Quick Stop with a Quickcast video series, the first installment of which proves how difficult it is to work with kids.
Peter Sanderson’s in-depth comic analyses find their way to Quick Stop, beginning with a look at X-MEN: THE LAST STAND, both the flick and the Chris Claremont novelization.
From re-introducing himself to revealing too much about himself, Christopher Stipp takes some time to review trailers for GRIDIRON GANG, WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?, GHOST RIDER and Jet Li’s triumphant looking FEARLESS all inside the Trailer Park.
D. K. Holm catches up with the intense thriller Running Scared, by the team that gave us The Cooler.