Posted 6 months ago
seanhowe:

Gary Arlington, 1938-2014, was a pioneer in underground comics and comics retailing. If you don’t know about him, here are some places to start.http://www.sfgate.com/art/article/Gary-Arlington-a-superhero-in-S-F-comix-culture-2841697.phphttp://larryrippeeandmollyreaart.blogspot.com/2011/05/larrys-cartoon-vault-gary-arlington.html

seanhowe:

Gary Arlington, 1938-2014, was a pioneer in underground comics and comics retailing. If you don’t know about him, here are some places to start.

http://www.sfgate.com/art/article/Gary-Arlington-a-superhero-in-S-F-comix-culture-2841697.php

http://larryrippeeandmollyreaart.blogspot.com/2011/05/larrys-cartoon-vault-gary-arlington.html

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Whenever I watch TV and see those poor, starving kids all over the world, I can’t help but cry. I mean, I’d love to be skinny like that, but not with all those flies and death and stuff.
Mariah Carey (via danubeveins)
Posted 7 months ago
comedycentral:

Who the hell is chopping onions in here?
Click the gif to watch John Oliver’s emotional Daily Show goodbye.

comedycentral:

Who the hell is chopping onions in here?

Click the gif to watch John Oliver’s emotional Daily Show goodbye.

Posted 7 months ago

criterioncast:

Martha Graham joins the National Film Registry!

Here are the rest of this year’s additions:

Films selected for the 2013 National Film Registry

  • “Bless Their Little Hearts” (1984)
  • “Brandy in the Wilderness” (1969)
  • “Cicero March” (1966)
  • “Daughter of Dawn” (1920)
  • “Decasia” (2002)
  • “Ella Cinders” (1926)
  • “Forbidden Planet” (1956)
  • “Gilda” (1946)
  • “The Hole” (1962)
  • “Judgment at Nuremberg” (1961)
  • “King of Jazz” (1930)
  • “The Lunch Date” (1989)
  • “The Magnificent Seven” (1960)
  • “Martha Graham Dance film” (1944)
  • “Mary Poppins” (1964)
  • “Men & Dust” (1940)
  • “Midnight” (1939)
  • “Notes on the Port of St. Francis” (1951)
  • “Pulp Fiction” (1994)
  • “The Quiet Man” (1952)
  • “The Right Stuff (1983)
  • “Roger & Me” (1989)
  • “A Virtuous Vamp” (1919)
  • “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (1966)
  • “Wild Boys of the Road” (1933)

Via The Washington Post

Posted 9 months ago

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Often considered to be a remake of The Evil Dead; however, this is not accurate. The rights to show scenes from the original could not be obtained to re-cap what happened, so the beginning was remade to explain how Ash got to the cabin, etc.

Evil Dead ll (1987)

Posted 9 months ago

nickkroll:

USA! USA! USA!

Posted 9 months ago