In time for Rob Zombie’s big screen remake, the Guys Outta Brooklyn unleash their biggest episode ever–almost ninety minutes of filmic goodness. Join Thomas and Derrick as they go through the entire eight-film cycle, from the John Carpenter classic to the dumb-ass sight of Busta Rhymes kung fu-ing Michael Meyers. No film goes unmentioned or unpunished! Plus speculation on the new version…and it starts right with one little click.
By Jacob Slater
Or, Alexander Dumbass’ The Count of Monte Crisco
In the beginning, when my interests in music were strictly a social device to better endear myself to my peers, my knowledge of rap music was relegated to the artists that were popular at the time/were characters in Def Jam Vendetta. Eminem, DMX, 50 Cent, Sean Paul, etc, the gods of old, you know. Once I got to high school though, much as was the case with old school rock and alternative music, I became much more aware of how vast and diverse the genre had become since its creation in the late 70s-early 80s. I got to know De la Soul and Del tha Funkee Homosapien from Gorillaz, MF Doom from Adult Swim, the Beastie Boys and Rage Against the Machine from Guitar Hero, and so on and so forth in that fashion. I’m still not an aficionado on the genre (I transferred out of Rap Studies in college), but it easily covers a large portion of my music library, and some of my favorite musicians are, in fact, rappers. I know, a white guy listening to rap is totally unbelievable, but bear with me for a while.
It’s the Darkest Part of the Movie Season, where every studio dumps the projects it doesn’t know what to do with–so of course Thomas and Derrick are there, putting their two cents in to let you know what’s worthwhile! Join The Guys From Brooklyn as the talk about The Bourne Ultimatum, Stardust, Saw 4 and more–and hear them discuss pop princesses (yes, you heard that right), what Hollywood does to Hong Kong directors, the movie Tom hates above all else and more…so get to clickin!