Monday, August 31, 2009

New Stuff, New Things, A New Me

New Toro videroo

Been doing lots of shows, been doing lots of snuff snortin', been doing lots of copying and pasting, and have been considering becoming one of these "male burlesque dancers". All I need is some ka ching ka ching "$$$" type stuff so that I can buy some cock pasties. I said "pasties" not "pastries", sicko!!

Thursday, August 20, 2009

New SH*T!

OK you wackos. I wrote a new Toro column about Brad Pitt, Bob Dylan and Eric Dane. Hope you laugh. Also, lately I am listening to this Beastie Boys/Nas song and trying to figure out how much I like it. I like it, I know that. But I don't think I love it like I love my father. After I interviewed Raekwon, he assaulted notorious rappin' schlub Joe Budden. Thoughts? I think the worst part of it is that it's all in regards to a Vibe Magazine Top 50 list, and for some reason JB thinks he should be on it. That's like a piece of poop thinking it goes in the urinal. Can't we all just get along?

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

The Joke |Club!

Another Joke Club is headed your way, Toronto. With video from Graham Wagner & I, and Aubrey Ives. Also featuring guest Mark Little!
Pat Thornton!

David Dineen-Porter!

And that's just a taste?

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Movie Reviews & A New Toro Blog.

Oh Hi, Mark. It's me, Nick. How are you? I just had a couple of my nearest and dearest in town for 10 days of eating, watching TV and making hasty exits from bars and clubs. It was really fun and anytime you're my best friend and you want to come visit, that would just be great!
On the reportage front, I made a new Toro column: Here it is: Jude Law, Simpson/Romo and The Usual Crud

Now let's talk films:

The Room:As good as anybody says it is. Tommy Wiseau is a fascinating onscreen presence on par with the dog who played Beethoven. Sometimes I think he's a Paul Reubens character. MUST SEE.
A Family Underground: This documentary on Insane Clown Posse's annual Gathering Of The Juggalos proved to me what I always thought: Psychopathic Records is a modern day version of Stax/Volt. There is that much raw, facepainted talent there. Twizted are absodefinutely the new Sam and Dave.
Why is there criticism of Ron Paul being harassed in this movie? I assumed the world was demanding that he be harassed in some manner. I wasn't demanding it, but I figured somebody was.
Bronson: No, this isn't a biography on Balki, although it is about a man with a ridiculous accent. It's about the most violent prisoner in British history and I found it very well-done, if a little fighty. There should be an entire British genre called 'hard man movies', because this is yet another one where a big English guy unblinkly yells at the camera and prison guards. MEGAN FOX MAKES ME A HARD MAN AM AH RIGHT UKNOWHAMEAN