Sometimes you just want your culture in greasy, bad for you, cheese filled quick gratification form. Here's some carnival food stand slices of TV entertainment the dweller has queasily enjoyed lately.
As if 1980's Degrassi High and Buffy the Vampire Slayer had a baby and then let the kid smoke pot and listen to Heavy Metal all day.
Starring headbanging underachiever Todd, his one armed best friend Curtis, The indie chick Jenny that Todd crushes on and the science loving Hannah who crushes on Todd. They battle 'the Book of Pure Evil' a living, flapping malevolent tome that grants wishes to the lost and demented kids in their odd high school, inevitably in gruesomely ironic ways.
But strangely, the real star of the show is Guidence Counseler and closet Satanist Atticus Murphy JR. Whether he's sarcastically cringing before the sinister cult looking for the book or screaming impotently at his phone alone in his office he steals every scene he's in.
The first 13 episode season has aired on Canada's Space Channel. Keep an eye out for a DVD release soon hopefully. Fun cheese.
In the dark days between when the last episode of the original series aired in 1989 and it's triumphant rebirth in 2005 the one new piece of TV fans got was a Fox movie of the week that transplanted the Doctor to America (as played by Vancouver of course.) starring Paul McGann as the Doctor with Eric Roberts camping it up outrageously as the Master.
It was a bizarre and flawed entry in the series but with its own odd charms. It's canon for one thing, featuring a long intro sequence with seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy before he dies and is resurrected in the most blatant Christ metaphor scene you'll see outside of a Narnia book.
McGann is a perfectly acceptable Doctor and with all the criticism this entry got from fans the consensus was he did a good job and deserved more time as the character. He has done a series of audio dramas continuing his eighth Doctor's adventures.
This 2 disc set features the movie, and several good behind the scenes features and interviews. An oddly fascinating look at the dark times for fans of the Doctor and the abortive movie and series projects that kept the fire burning.
Saturday, February 19, 2011
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