I will be appearing at The Coast City Comic Con this weekend in Portland Maine, home to this angry, bat-wielding abomination of a Grey Seal and Chopper, the dog from Yakky Doodle.
I shall be impaneled with my friends Bill Corbett and Mary Jo Pehl. I will be signing autographs FOR NO CHARGE. If you want one of our nifty Rifftrax postcards signed, all I’ll ask is a donation to Doctors Without Borders. All the dough will go to the them.
Lobsters will be eaten. Oysters swallowed alive. mascots will bludgeon the innocent. See you there.
Three short films. Three different facets of a gem. The blandest, unluckiest, most existentially lost gem ever cut by the hand of the Divine Jeweler.
Available individually, but once you have a taste of the man, a taste that would make a slice of Bimbo bread left out on the counter for a month resemble ambrosia, we believe you won’t be able to stop at one.
If you have not already, you will come to know and love the Norman Groan, a guttural emission so heavily soaked in the despair that hides in the darkest corners of our being that if you were not laughing so hard your soul might actually escape.
He is nude in one of them. Two of them involve toilets.
Listening to John Roderick’s NEW SONG Romancing the Bear by John Roderick commissioned for @josephscrimshaw’s Flaw Fest double album, I am once again awed and humbled by his ability to make music and lyric.
I am fortunate to know the man. We are fortunate to have him on the planet singing for us.
“Tico Tico" | Ethel Smith | From the film Bathing Beauty (1944)
Ethel Smith (1910 –1996) was an organist who played primarily in a pop style on the Hammond organ. Her recording of Tico Tico was her best-known hit. It reached No. 14 on the U.S. pop charts in November 1944 and sold over one million copies worldwide. - Via