Sorry about the delay, folks. Meditate to this and embrace your inner Luddite.
Because it’s Friday and I can do whatever I want. And because Ray Winstone is the shit.
The Garbage Pail Kids are a bunch of non-union scabs.
Performed by the Monster Squad and written/produced by DICK RUDOLPH. Seriously, everything from the late ’80s to mid ’90s was a rap.
John Carpenter’s scored most of his own films. He’s a talented dude like that. But when it comes to singing in a music video for one of his films, he should just chill. Regardless, Big Trouble in Little China fucking rules.
Arnold is cooler than the other side of the pillow in this one.
Side note: Last Action Hero was written by Shane Black, the man helming Iron Man 3. There’s nothing he can’t do.
For most people, Friday’s just the day before the weekend. But after this Friday, the neighborhood will never be the same.
Today’s pick is the song at the end of Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. I recently revisited this movie, which I haven’t seen in about 18 years when it was on Comedy Central every day. It still holds up.
Today’s pick: the “Suite” from Jerry Goldsmith’s score for Outland (1981).
Part two after the jump.
Welcome to the first edition of OLOST. When you say it out loud, it sounds like you’re remorseful for the end of Lost. But what it really means is Omega Level Original Soundtrack. This is going to be a Mon-Fri post where I, Patrick “Swift Dick” Cooper, posts a song or other audio-related nugget that I hope you enjoy. I listen to a lot of movie scores because I hate the human voice. Unless it’s unexpectedly rapping at the end of a movie.
Which brings us to today’s song, “Manic Cop Rap.” Last night I bought Maniac Cop 3 at Walgreens. I live in Florida, so that makes sense. Enjoy.