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This parody of West Side Story is the kind of thing that some producer of Broadway will laugh off and then calls the writers a few days later and options it. It would hardly be the worst thing ever made into a musical.

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If there's something strange in Springfield town
Who you gonna call?

Or at least the Ghostbusters as envisioned by Dean Fraser of Springfield Punx. Fraser has also rendered the rest of the cast, including the poltergeist Slimer and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.

Be sure to check out his Simpsonization of the cast of Lost and Watchmen.

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"I have something I want to tell you. I'm not like other guys." Truer words have never been spoke.

You know it's thriller, Lego thriller night. Tired of the Michael Jackson tributes and retrospectives? Too bad, I was away for the weekend and need to get it out of my system, mostly by posting this recreation of Thriller, entirely in Lego. I did an extensive five-minute search and couldn't find a less-blurry version, or the original creator for that matter. Stupid internet.

Of course Jacko's lasting legacy, at least for me, is introducing me to the world of pop culture parody, vias Weird Al Yankovic's Eat It.
Just eat it, eat it , eat it
Get yourself an egg and beat it
Have some more chicken, have some more pie
It doesn't matter , it's broiled or fried
Just eat it, eat it, eat it, eat it
eat it, eat it, eat it, eat it, ooh
That's gold, people. Thanks Michael. Thanks Al.

A-Z of Awesomeness

Comic artist Neill Cameron is on a drawing quest, spending a month "drawing STUFF that is AWESOME." With H is for... Hagar the Horrible Hacking Hello Kitty in Half and K is for... KISS King Kong, clearly awesome is most apt description ever.

Even better, he want your suggestions for his A-Z of Awesomeness: "So for each letter of the alphabet I am going to let people suggest a character, and I will then draw that character, on a daily basis. Got it? You are also allowed to suggest what that character should be doing, with bonus points awarded for imaginative alliteration."

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Spoiler Alert

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Tell your friends the ending at your own risk. While this might be a touch extreme, I certainly understand the desire to avoid spoilers.

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Bunnies

Wow, that took way less time to watch than to read the first five books. And they need two movies to show Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows? Maybe the 30-Second Bunnies should direct.

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Michael Jackson: Engulfed In Fame

By now you will have heard of the unexpected death of Michael Jackson and public opinion has quickly divided into two camps: musical genius vs. insane, creepy pedophile.

I think both are true and one shouldn't outweigh the other. Jackson's musical contributions can't be dismissed or forgotten but nor should they, ahem, whitewash the actions of his latter life.

Nine years ago I read an essay on Jackson that helped me understand the crucible of fame he lived in and while it doesn't justify his actions it certainly made me more sympathetic. It has stuck with me ever since and says things far better than I could ever hope to.

The following is excerpted from Cintra Wilson's book, A Massive Swelling: Celebrity Re-examined as a Grotesque, Crippling Disease:
"Once upon a time there was a little boy named Michael Jackson, who was a child of incredible, otherworldly talent. Hammered into superstar condition by a merciless warlock of a father who purportedly belt-whipped his musical ambitions into the hides of his countless offspring. Michael was only six years old when his family's singing group, the Jackson Five, was signed to the Motown label. He developed an ecstatic, feral-bird quality in his prepubescent voice that transcended anything human; he possessed the kind of arm-hair-raising sublimity found only in little Anglican choir boys and castrati......Michael became very famous by the time he was only 12, and got truckloads of mail from wildly obsessed fan-boys and fan-girls all over the world who wanted to touch him, kidnap him, steal handfuls of his hair, and tear off his clothing and rub their bodies against them...

...Shortly after [Off the Wall and Thriller] broke all previous records, mega-mega-megafame trained the deadly blue heat of it's X-ray eye on young Jackson and stared him crispy...

...The fame smothered [Elvis and Michael] overstimulating them into frightful husks of self abuse: they both had to vandalize themselves since the world could do naught but love them...

...Jackson epitomizes the fullest scope of uber-fame in the United States. He's lived through the whole gauntlet: the best parts of it in his earlier years, the worst, humiliating and scandalous parts in the more recent. Anything Michael does now just reads like Outsider Art — he has become as strange and isolated and deranged as anyone who ever walked or crawled through shock treatment. He's the strangest uninstitutionalized crazy person in the public eye since Howard Hughes...

...I predict that his spin surgeons will insist he be stricken by a freak-accident-related coma, in order to cause a burst of previously latent, Princess Diana-esque support for the ailing star. Thousands of fans all over the world will then feel guilty for turning their backs on him and send him Mylar balloons and teddy bears, carnations and crayon drawings."
I couldn't find the essay anywhere online, but I encourage you to search it out and read it in full.

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The World Through Michael Bay's Eyes

In Michael Bay's world, everything would be sexier and louder, with an exponential increase in explosions. What gets me about all the terrible reviews for Transformers is that anyone ever expected it to be good in the first place.

Images from Cracked's If Everyday Life Was Directed by Michael Bay

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Taking down Ringo Starr isn't really much of a challenge — or timely for that matter — but the folks at College Humor sure make a fine Beatles menagerie.

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Dig If U Will The Picture...

This is what it looks like when toddler Prince cries. Or is that just how big he is? Hmm...

Anyway, pop artist Dave MacDowell nods to both Purple Rain and Mark Ryden's Little Boy Blue.

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Play Perez Hilton Off, Keyboard Cat!

Violence is never the answer, but sometimes everybody deserves Keyboard Cat.

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Britney Spears: Patient Zero

Britney Spears in the centre of the next pandemic. Surprise! I would have thought it would have been Paris Hilton.

It's actually a Chinese ad for Panadol, a cold and flu medication. So the Chinese are either celebrity obsessed or think Hollywood celebs spread disease. Probably the later. Well at least she didn't take out Johnny... oh, wait, no! Not Johnny Depp! (Link via The Daily What)

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The Killin' Nazis Bidness

And cousin, bidness is a-boomin! Ok, forget Alice for a while, THIS is the movie I'm looking forward too: Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.

My friend and critic James Rocchi describes it as a "series of great scenes without a movie to connect them," but that will work just fine for me. Snappy dialogue, some cool editing, a bit of great music and I'm a happy guy. And we only need to wait two months for this one. (Link via FirstShowing)

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Through The Looking Glass

Ed Wood meets Raoul Duke, crossed with Edward Scissorhands and Willy Wonka. I love everything about the new images from Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, especially Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter.

Burton's take picks up 10 years after Lewis Carroll's classic tale left off. Alice returns down the rabbit hole, but doesn't recall her childhood. Go to /film for more.

I don't want to have to wait nine more months to see this vision emerge!

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Buffy Dusts Edward

Stick a stake in Twilight, it's done. Pop culture hacker Jonathan McIntosh's mashup of Twilight and Buffy the Vampire Slayer takes down the latest vampire craze.

Sez the artist: "It’s an example of transformative storytelling serving as a visual critique of Edward’s character and generally creepy behavior. Seen through Buffy’s eyes some of the more patriarchal gender roles and sexist Hollywood tropes embedded in the Twilight saga are exposed."

He means it's funny, folks. (Link via Buzzfeed)

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Pop artist Jim Horwat sends us Back To The Future with his tribute for Gallery 1988's Crazy 4 Cult 3-D, where 100 artist pay tribute to classic cult films.

I don't think I'd classify of Back To The Future as a cult film, but if this is the quality of the work, I can't wait to see the whole exhibit.

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Keyboard Cat: You Make My Dreams Come True

Even though I spend in a inordinate amount of time online, some memes still escape me. This week I was introduced to Keyboard Cat, who plays off people off as they fail, for some reason.

Anyway, this one mashes up some strange Helen Hunt anti-drug after school special and then morphs into a Hall & Oates video. Again, not sure why, but it really doesn't matter. It's just too weird not to share. (Link via Urlesque)

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Snow White & The Depressing Reality

Photographer Dina Goldstein's series Fallen Princesses looks at fairy tale princesses and their harshly realistic modern day lifestyles. Seems not everybody ends happily ever after.

I love the Cinderella photo for the Labbats Blue sign in the corner, which told me Goldstein must be Canadian. Sure enough, she's from Vancouver. Wow, Cinderella goes from being the belle of the ball to a Vancouver dive bar. Harsh. (Link via The Daily What)

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Seeing Brad Anderson's Hollywood version of The Simpsons makes be think that maybe, just maybe a live-actio version wouldn't be horrible.

His cast so far: George Clooney as Homer; Cate Blanchett as Marge; Ewan McGregor as Bart; Resse Witherspoon as Lisa; Jennifer Aniston as Maggie; Johnny Depp as Otto; Vince Vaughn as Krusty; William H. Macey as Ned Flanders; Steve Buscemi as Moe; William Dafoe as Mr. Burns; Dustin Hoffman as Millhouse; Stephen Colbert as Mr. Smithers; and Ricky Gervais as Chief Wiggum

I think he nailed it with Depp, Buscemi and Colbert. Be sure to check out the whole cast. (Tip via Six Pix Mix)

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Transformers and GI Joe are just the first in a long line of movies based on toys from your childhood.

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Peter Jackson's The Smurfs
David Lynch's Koosh Ball
John Carpenter's Alf
Wes Anderson's Teddy Ruxpin

From Dan Meth, who writes: "You can tell you are an adult when Hollywood is producing movies based on your childhood shows and toys."

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Breakfast Hawks

Perhaps after detention the brain, the athlete, the basket case, the princess and the criminal all went off to Edward Hopper's Nighthawks diner for some food. It could have happened...

From pop artist Dave MacDowell, previously featured here with Oompa LoomPacino and The Seven Jack Nicholsons.

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FMyLife: Greek Mythology

I've been really busy. I solved the riddle of the Sphinx, gained entrance to the city of Thebes, killed the king and took his place, and then married his wife and had several kids. As it turns out, the guy that I killed to become king was my dad. And the chick that I married and had kids with was my mother. FML
— Oedipus

Today my father made wings out of feathers and wax so that we could escape the king's castle. But I flew too close to the sun and the wings melted. I then fell into the ocean below. I can't swim. FML
— Icarus
From McSweeney's FMyLife Moments in Greek Mythology (via The Daily What), based on the sad/disturbing revelations of FMyLife; The Oedipal Family Circus (via Edward Rueda)

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A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, the characters from Batman took on the some unfamiliar characteristics. At least they did in illustrator Dean T. Fraser's Star Wars : Empire of the Bat.

Jabba does it for me, but Darth Bat and Emperor Joker are no slouches.
(Link via JazJaz)

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Worry About The Replicants, Not The Apes

According to Dan Meth's Futuristic Movie Timeline, Clockwork Orange (there it is again!), Escape From New York and 2001 should have happened already. We're only a few years off from Postman, Robocop and just a decade from Blade Runner, which doesn't seem entirely off base.

Children of Men and 12 Monkeys are less than 20 year from now and while V for Vendetta still has almost 30 years to go, some of our current world events make you think it's closer than that.

On the upside, Planet of the Apes is still far off in the future, so we needn't worry about those damn, dirty apes.

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A Clockwork Green

Welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, well, it's Kermit and his droogs, ready for a bit of the old ultra-violence. I knew those Muppets were up to no good. (From Truck Bearing Kibble via The Daily What)

I don't know why the interweb gives like it does, but it delivered up another hit of Clockwork Orange mashup, this one mixed with They Might Be Giant's Extra Savoir Faire to create They Might Be Droogs - Clockwork Savoir-Faire. (Link via Unreality)

Muppets, TMBG and A Clockwork Orange? It's a pop culture tour de force!

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Knitsections & Feltidermy

I was never much into biology or hunting and, seeing as my father was both a biology teacher and an avid hunter, I'm sure he was a little disappointed. But thanks to knitter CraftyHedgehog, I can now relive my Gr. 11 dissection class with a slightly less queasiness.

"Wow your scientist friends and colleagues with the coolness of this piece of knitted art. The rat is hand knit from an acrylic mohair blend, and his little innards are needle-felted by hand out of 100% wool. He comes pinned into his actual dissection tray, but he is not glued down, so you can take him out and cuddle him if you wish." (Link via Neatorama)

If your tastes run more to the big game side of nature, you can mount a trophy buck or rhino (or dozens of other animals) on your wall without ever harming a critter, thanks to girlsavage's feltidermy.

Soft and cuddly stuffed animals — they aren't just little girls anymore. (Link also via Neatorama)

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If The Van's A-Rockin'...

General Lee: Dukes of Hazzard
You know how you're always wondering what famous movie and TV cars would like if they had been '70s-era vans? Wonder no more! Designer Brandon Ortwein's It Would Be Cooler As A Van Series has transformed 10 famous cars (and one boat) that would do the A-Team and the Scooby gang proud.

Just think if the Duke boys had this van, why even Uncle Jesse could get in!

Delorean: Back To The Future
If Marty McFly had been cruising in this bad boy, he could have taken the terrorist on, instead of cowardly fleeing into the past.

Ecto 1: Ghostbusters
While it's hard for me to argue with the professional paranormal investigators and eliminators transformed ambulance, you know Dr. Peter Venkman would have seen the upside of driving New York in a shaggin' wagon. (Link via The Daily What)

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Space Defenders

So does that mean the aliens from Space Invaders were actually retaking their home planet? That we were the invaders? This t-shirt just blew my mind. From the incomparable Glennz.

Speaking of Space Invaders, game designer Shinobi is reworking the game using a scene from Raiders of the Lost Arcade, part of Futurama's Anthology of Interest II episode, including Rush's Tom Sawyer as the soundtrack, of course.

And speaking of Futurama, it has been confirmed that FOX is reviving the series with an order of 26 episodes for 2010! Good news indeed.

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Mary Poppins remixed, resequenced and rerecorded, from Pogo of Last.fm, who last remixed Alice into his FairytaleDisneyHop sound.

White Magic, made using sounds recorded from the film The Sword In The Stone.

(Link via Neatorama)

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Big Lebowski Last Supper Abides

"Look, let me explain something. I'm not Jesus. You're Jesus. I'm the Dude. So that's what you call me. That or His Dudeness... Duder... or El Duderino, if, you know, you're not into the whole brevity thing."

The Big Lebowski Last Supper will match your favorite rug and really tie the room together. How nobody had yet created a Dude Last Supper is a surprise to me (and trust me, I've looked at more than a few.) Even though I'm not a member of the Big Lebowski cult, I know a fan favourite when I see one.

So with that shameful pop culture confession behind me, I leave it to you to identify the disciples as I'm not going to even try.

Update: And Funktards comes through with flying colours! From left to right: Nihilist #1, Nihilist #2, Nihilist #3, The Stranger, Jackie Treehorn, Maude, The Dude (as Jesus), Donny, Walter Sobchak, The Jesus, Bunny, Brandt, Jeffrey Lebowski (aka The Big Lebowski)

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Sweet Zombie Jesus, Futurama Lives!

Good news, everybody! An insider has told Collider that Futurama has been given a 13-episode order by Comedy Central. It's just a rumour so far, but sweet Zombie Jesus that would be amazing news!

Futurama was cancelled well before its time and the direct-to-DVD movies have been a bit of a disappointment, as I had assumed they might be, I still bought them with the hopes this might happen. With new episodes the show could stop trying to please everyone by putting in something for everyone.

But if they can reassemble the voice cast and pull in some of the key writers, we could have a winner. Of course, you never know with network execubots:
Network President: Greetings, gentlemen. You already know my Execubots: Executive Alpha, programmed to like things it has seen before.
Alphabot: Hey, hey, hey.
Network President: Executive Beta, programmed to roll dice to determine the fall schedule.
[Betabot rolls two dice.]
Betabot: More reality shows.
Network President: And Executive Gamma, programmed to underestimate middle America.
Gammabot: It's funny but is it going to get them off their tractors?
[The president plays a clip of Bender dancing on his screen.]
Network President: Now, who put this obnoxious, dancing robot on my network?
Update: It has been confirmed that Fox is indeed reviving Futurama, with a 26-episode run. Said Matt Groening: "We’re thrilled Futurama is coming back. We now have only 25,766 episodes to make before we catch up with Bender and Fry in the year 3000." Good news, indeed.

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Rainbow Brite Bloodbath

Finish her! An epic battle between Rainbow Brite and Strawberry Shortcake as two '80s cartoon-cum-greeting card icons duel to the death. Pop artist Jude Buffum painted the pixelated pair as embroidery for the The Autumn Society's '80s pop show. Be sure to take a gander at all the entries, including Jeff's Care Bear Carnage.

What's with the 1980s? First we went through a massival revival of the music, now the toys and TV shows appear to be having a resurgence. Or am I only noticing because I'm of a certain age? (Link via The Daily What)

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Muppets Tip When Somebody Deserves A Tip

Mr. Blonde: "You don't have any idea what you're talking about. These people bust their ass. This is a hard job."

Mr. Pink: "So's working at McDonald's, but you don't feel the need to tip them. They're servin' ya food, you should tip em. But no, society says tip these guys over here, but not those guys over there. That's bullshit."

Ya know, I worked a few minimum wage, service industry jobs over the years and it always bugged me about the arbitrary rules over who did and didn't get tipped. (Link via The Daily What)

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Tank Man of Tiananmen Square

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One of the most powerful images of the the twentieth century, the image of the anonymous man who stood in front of a line of Chinese tanks during the protests at Beijing's Tiananmen Square still resonate 20 years later. Inevitably, they have made their way into pop culture, such as Selma Bouvier's trip to China. In tribute, Listicles has collected several homages to the Unknown Rebel.

Tiananmen Lego

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Han Solo, P.I.

It's the Star Wars/Magnum P.I. mashup you didn't know you needed but are now complete because you've seen it. Wow, I miss that show - I used to watch it daily during university. Wow, I miss barely going to school.

Anyway, TheCBVee has nailed this, shot for shot, or at least as close as possible considering one takes place in Hawaii and the other in a galaxy far, far away. (Link via Neatorama)

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Swamp Stomp Country

Yesterday, at the end of my street a group of good ol' boys called The Wild Turkeys set up with their washboard, bass, guitar and suitcase drum kit and just started letting loose. They are from Sault Ste Marie and on a tour out to the east coast and decided to make themselves a little gas money. Just one of those things I love about Toronto.

They performed for quite awhile, but I only recorded two songs. Of course I can't remember either song title, except that the one above is an original. Check them out if you can.

P.S. - excuse the crappy camera work and sound. I think it is time for an upgrade.

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You Has No Doubt

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The web is full of weirdness today. You doubt me? I give you the Pedobear version of Doubt. As CollegeHumor says, "We did it - we found something creepier than Philip Seymour Hoffman."

Oh yeah, and did I mention Explosions and Boobs? Yup, what it says is what you get. As I said, weird.

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Turns out this looks pretty cool and is a nice retrospective on their career. I like that it gets all psychedelic in the middle.

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Go and ask the wizard for a heart, for a brain? Hell no! You want something, you just go and take it!

Above: Heartless by graphic designer Juan Carlos Bueno, at Threadless.
Below: The shocking footage you were never meant to see, from cartoonist seemikedraw.

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When you're down and out
When you're on the street
When evening falls so hard
I will comfort you
An infotoon from cartoonist lunchbreath, who has many more gems of wisdom. (Link via @chrisboutet)

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