Longtime readers and listeners know that the Greylock Glass gets its name, primarily, from the phrase “looking glass,” which was another word for “mirror” at least as recently as the day a little girl fell through one and landed in Wonderland. I suppose I could have been sane and just named our online newsthing theMore
I ran across this video back in ’05 or ’06, and it resurfaces at unusual and strangely appropriate times. It was some cutting edge shit back then, and still sets a pretty high bar.
Creator Fredo Viola writes on the film’s YouTube page that “The Sad Song video was created using about 99 15 second moviesMore
NSFW (Unless you’re working from home these days. But then you might have kids underfoot, so, what you decided to do is really on you.
There’s something that crosses that “there’s always a nugget of reality in comedy” line about “Cute House. Actually, there are a couple of somethings that cross a couple of lines, whichMore
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Editor’s Note: This piece is in response to a call from the editors of DigBoston in their editorial of a couple weeks ago, “Editorial: Resist Ice & Border Patrol Immigration Raids,” for news publications to stand up to the growing elements of fascism both in the White House and in Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. WeMore
We have ZERO problem sharing a funny, twisted, or just plain amazing advertisement just because it's a commercial. In fact, a great ad can restore our faith in creativity a whole lost more than a crappy movie.More