Don’t be jealous but Saved by the Bell is on and it’s the Jessie Spano caffeine pill addiction episode. Since it’ll probably be over by the time you read this, why not fulfill your need for excitement (SO much excitement) by playing the 8-bit Saved by the Bell game? You are welcome.
I produce this video for AfterEllen.com but figured, hey, why not spread the love/weirdness? This episode features a cameo from my pal Bashley who reminds us that sometimes even the pretty people are vatos locos forever. You can read her funny ass stuff over at StraightLesbian.com and follow her on Twitter over heeya. Also, Butter Dance.
Visual artist Adam Smith, who has been a major part of The Chemical Brother’s live concert experience for years, has created a way to bring the ridiculousness of a Chemical Brothers show to the masses with his film, “Don’t Think“.
This visually stunning documentary will have you thinking you’re tripping balls even if the closest you got to the hard stuff was ordering mushrooms as your pizza topping during last Sunday’s football game.
The footage included in this film was shot during Japan’s 2011 Fujirock Festival, to an audience of over 50,000 beat heads and fans.
The film opens this Wednesday, February 1st, in theaters across Chicagoland and the suburbs.
- Adam Smith/Marcus Lyall: Don’t Think (itsnicethat.com)
If any of you think your name will be coming out of my mouth as anything other than “Honey Boo Boo Child” from now on, you are sadly mistaken.