"I definitely couldn't tell you what's going to happen," says Kelly of parts 13-30 of his twisted soap-on-a-ropera. It's hard to know what else he can mine out of the human condition that he hasn't already touched on in the first half of TITC. Gay pastors, cheating wives, adulterous husbands, jailbird brothers and midget assassins are just some of the characters embroiled in the 35-minute drama. Badly acted and executed, yet utterly gripping, like his charges, this could run and run for years with no sign of conclusion.
...Trapped In The Closet, Parts 13-30 are out next month
Saturday, 30 June 2007
The Guardian reports that alleged perv R Kelly is to release the next segments of his 'Trapped in the Closet' opera-thing next month. I'm not a fan of the guy or his music, but this work, wonderfully parodied in an episode of South Park, surely crosses the border into insane-masterpiece territory.
Sunday, 24 June 2007
Charlie Brooker (formerly of 'Oink' comic) sneaks a nerd reference into his latest column:
"The astronomically smug and watery Piers Morgan (who - and this is a reference only three of you will "get", but it's true - looks precisely like a Chris Ware cartoon character)"
Labels: TV / Movies / Etc
Saturday, 16 June 2007
Tuesday, 5 June 2007
I'm told that, following my appearance on BBC TV's Points of View last week, the corporation has made a stunning U-Turn in its stance on end credit promos. I haven't heard if thats true, but if so, I'd just like to claim full credit. Tokens of appreciation will be gratefully accepted, if you feel so inclined.
I just got back from my week-long holiday, to find literally one million emails in my inbox (give or take), so I may be some time in replying to them, and updating the website and stuff. In the meantime, check out the Laugh Out Loud Cats: