In the nine years since the movie, the iconography of the “Scott Pilgrim” franchise has outgrown both the books and the film, and for obvious reasons. We recently got to speak with O’Malley about why the love for “Scott Pilgrim” is still going strong, where he gets his inspiration from and what he’s got in store for the future.
“Rocko’s Modern Life” had a certain edge not quite found in Nickelodeon’s previous efforts and helped usher in a new generation of animated shows. We spoke to “Rocko” creator Joe Murray about coming back to the special, after twenty years off the air.
Music and art is subjective; what makes “good” art is totally up to the subject. There are some universal truths about what makes art beautiful, like symmetry, harmony and composition, but the lines are often blurred.
The pop-punk scene of the late 2000s to early 2010s was a time that almost anyone in college now can remember with general disgust and an occasional fit of nostalgia. This general feeling is one that, for the past three years now, I’ve felt and understood on a personal level, having been a part of that scene quite heavily in my “youth.”
The 2016 presidential election was a nerve-wracking time to be a Christian. The very fate of the country seemed to be hanging in the balance, and a choice was presented to the people: choose the party of God, or give the country to the morally corrupt.
LSD, MDMA, and psilocybin are making an unexpected come back in modern science.
If you’re alarmed at my access to the count of Dorothy’s bones, don’t be. Dorothy’s an adult female white-tailed deer, deceased for about a year, and I am the lucky fledgling bone collector (absorb that one for a second. I understand) who happened to encounter her first.
The fluorescent lights of Frey Hall glistened off the silver rings that adorned all 10 fingers of K’la Rivers’ hands. After taking her seat, she fished a tied,…