4:20 $25 Gift Card for The Gas Pipe
The Texas Theater... Films/events on the current calendar include Star Trek Into Darkness, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Animal House, Java Heat
Also check out the Texas Theatre Book Club
Midnights at The Inwood:
May 31 & Jun 1: Jaws, "We're gonna need a bigger boat!"
Jun 7 & 8: Samurai Cop,
Jun 14 & 15: Big Easy Express, concert film featuring Mumford & Sons!
Fri, Jun 21: The Room, "You are tearing me apart, Lisa!"
Next Gaybingo: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Theme: Xanadu, Roller Disco!
Charitable Raffle Sponsor: WaterTower Theater
Raffle Prize: TBD
VIP Party Sponsor: OPEN
I love Nina Levy. She has the most astonishing blog called Daily Napkins where she posts the napkin notes with astounding epic drawings that she does for her 2 sons "mostly for the 6 year old right now, but the 10 year old is very influential". If you love her work as much as I do you can keep up with her beautiful art by following her Daily Napkins on twitter
(Click the fortune wookie to see all of her beautiful napkins)
There are only 14 known survivors of commercial airline crashes in the world. This documentary explores the lives of 4 of them including Cecelia Cichan
The filthiest people alive! Their loves, their hates and their unquenchable thirst for notoriety!
In the history of promotional trailers no one...I say NO ONE can compete with Oak Cliff. Their video promoting their June film festival deserves it's own award. Pure unhinged brilliance. It came as no surprise that it was directed by our friend Jason Reimer at the historic Texas Theatre. FULL SCHEDULE HERE
The film I am most excited to see is the new Divine documentary. If you are John Waters whore you simply must go to this or I will squeeze my big round butt into a crimson dress and beat you over the head with a pink flamingo...kapeesh? Is that how you spell kapeesh? I'm sorry my Yiddish needs work. Also do flamingos come in any other color?
Recently I've been plagued by insomnia...so doodling on scraps of random paper fills the hours. One day I hope to graduate to napkins ala Nina Levy
Fasten your seatbelts kids because this is gonna be one hell of a ride right here. Hurry up September I can't wait to sink my eyeballs into this show
(click above for a preview)
The June issue of Juxtapoz Magazine is a MUST HAVE, it features Beastie Boys: A Visual History + Tribute to MCA. They interviewed the artists who collaborated with the BB on all of their album covers, from Polly Wog Stew to Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, inner-sleeve artists, photographers, and even feature some of the outtakes that went into every album cover. We find the inside stories of how each album came to fruition through the experiences and artwork of each artist that is now part of the Beastie Boys canon. The issue was curated and compiled by our contributing editor-at-large, Joey Garfield. More info and details on how to but it here
I posted a blog called Sticky Nips, Penbrellas and Hula Chairs and an astute Edgehead said "um you forgot one" and then sent us THIS.
On behalf of all Americans, I apologize for this commercial.
Terrible infomercials are my kryptonite. They are like B movies. The more absurd the premise, the dumber the presentation, the more awful the acting...THE BETTER. Who can forget Shake Weight which made the user look like they were in the throes of a maniacal handjob or Flowbee,the vacuum cleaner that cut your hair. PEN BRELLA....for those days when you absolutely positively must write letters in the rain? *NOTE you can be dry OR write but not at the same time.
At one point there were breast enhancement hypnosis tapes that helped you get bigger boobs by....thinking big and STICKY NIPS, nipples you could stick to your own nipples so you looked cold or horny or wtf-ever. LOL
How on earth did I miss the Hawaii Chair with the innovative 200rpm hula motor? It is so ridiculous it can't help but be totally awesome.
Best use of this contraption was when Ellen surprised Rob Lowe with it