Today marks the release of Anom's "So it's Come to This," a record that all of you should be pumping into your eardrums right fuckin' now. Go here to buy it:
I'm fortunate enough to be using the track "The Bottom Line" in COCAINE ANGEL, but that's only one slice of goodness the album has to offer.
Furthermore, not only is my brother B. Corrigan a truly gifted emcee, he also happens to design some of the freshest t-shirts around. Go here to buy some:
Our time of departure got pushed back a bit, but we'll hopefully be on the road by five o'clock or so.
I finally got my hands on Scott Caan's directorial debut, DALLAS 362, last night, and I have to say that I think it's a really terrific achievement. I went to high school with the film's co-star, Shawn Hatosy, who was always destined for bigger things. This is certainly one of them. Congratulations, Shawn. You've done this former Linganore Lancer proud!
I also watched another festival hit, KWIK STOP, which was a commendable effort as well. This one didn't attain four-star status for me, though. It was kind of like a less attractive cousin of SOMETHING WILD, though having just taken the no-budget feature-film plunge myself, I think the film's writer/director/star, Michael Gilio, deserves a lot of credit.
Lastly, could someone from NBC please write me to confirm that the new Jason Lee vehicle, "My Name is Earl," is a complete joke? I'd feel much more hopeful about the world if that were the case. Thanks...