Electricity & Lust

Born In the Link.S.A

Posted in Beth, Links, Sam by Sam Unsted on January 13, 2008

So the link ‘puns’ have somewhat been tampered with by Betty and we need to prevent this craziness. She’s always trying to stir things up, to break the status quo down with a towering fist of rebellion. So one last Springsteen today, then onwards and upwards next week.

Scott Tobias enters his favourite movie year choice: 1955. Also on The AV Club, Tasha Robinson compares page and screen as regards The Diving Bell & The Butterfly.

PopMatters enters its thirty favourite and ten most hated cinematic pieces of 2007.

The Onion reports on a young man with Wii on the brain.

You wanna talk about aging gracefully? Check this dude out.

Time lists its favourite sartorial movie moments.

Sasha Frere-Jones takes in the music of The Wire.

American Gladiators article. What more could you need to know?

Check out this blog about the fair and balanced (and true?) reporting style of Fox News.

Legendary post-Neu synth-krautrockers Harmonia are to play a one-off show in London.

Esquire has an online-only interview with Andy Samberg.

Who will have the cuter baby? Aguilera or Richie? Place bets now!

I have decided, in my infinite wisdom, to start BILSON-ALERT!! Here is the inaugural edition.

Tool’s Maynard James Keenan talks to SuicideGirls. The first good interview they’ve had in yonks.

One of my favourite comic writers, Adrian Tomine, talks to Mother Jones.

The Guardian weighs in on the current election story over in the US.

Steven Dalton interview The Coens whose new movie, No Country For Old Men, is something of a masterpiece.

Pitchfork has a new song by Jamie Lidell.

If your predeliction is more pop however, say hello to PopJustice’s songs of the week.

Tonight is the second episode of Damages on BBC One at 10.30pm. If you missed last week’s episode and have iTunes, you can download the first episode for free! Glenn Close, Tate Donovan, Ted Danson, Rose Byrne, Peter Facinelli are just a few of the cast members acting out the legal dramas.


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