Just wanted to share this mix I made in memory of Prince Rogers Nelson, with the TAY community. Please enjoy, it runs nearly 3 hours. Volume Two will be recorded this weekend. I will also be creating a series in honor of David Bowie.
While I was looking up YouTube videos to use in this review, I came across this trailer for the new Ash VS Evil Dead TV series.
The road to the center of VHS Hell has been arduous and hot. I venture further and further down Mount Diode, in the distance I can see an ocean of low-def TVs surrounding by eternal crimson heat. The air is thick and taste of burnt popcorn and stale Raisinettes. Damaged, tired but undefeated I’ve decided to stop and…
Tell me yours in the comments below. Videos are good too.
It’s currently in demo format, but it already speeds past all the right spots.
So one night, I was drinking and like many drunk people deem to do, I decided to watch “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie”. Mainly because at the moment I am doing a run-through of the entire Power Ranger series from beginning to end (Netflix is the best!) and so I’m in a Power Ranger mood; partly because I…
There are 2 things that I can tell you about Lain that I have a concrete opinion on: I like it, and you should watch it. I don't think that I can objectively watch Serial Experiments Lain, and making a review of Lain is something that I find absurd and completely out of the table. I just can't do it... and I'm…
No, I cannot compete with the people who have somehow collected every piece of Pokemon merchandise on the planet. I often struggle to remember what Dark types are strong against. And honestly? I left the game sometime after Ruby and Sapphire, never to truly come back to it until Pokemon X and Y.
How's it going TAY? I've had a recent wave of nostalgia for the decade of my birth: the 90s! It's mostly been on the music end of things but I've been playing some old games too. I recently went back to DOOM which I have for Xbox Live Arcade on my 360. I'm thinking I'll get around to actually beating it now. Anyway…
You know I love you guys and you know I would never lie to you, so I'm going to be totally honest with you.
You suddenly realize it's Sunday. You figure you were so sick yesterday, you forgot what day of the week it was. Dammit! That means you slept through those great Saturday Morning cartoons!
Scott Bradlee & Co decided to bring us a funky fresh take on one of the '90s greatest animated shows, Animaniacs!
This Saturday morning, Scott Bradlee & Co bring us their rendition of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, a show I honestly could never get into.
Let's pretend it's early Saturday morning. You've got your bowl of cereal, your badass footy pajamas and you're ready for some hardcore cartooning. You flip on the TV and before the picture warms up, you hear it.