Thursday, May 31, 2012

Please Don't Harvest My Organs Movie Review

Been feeling like death for a couple days, and when not asleep in bed covered in cats, I've been on the couch covered in cats cursing the limitations of Netflix.

I have, however, found something.

I'm not sure how to describe it. A choreographer, Margo Sappington, set a piece with the Milwaukee Ballet to William Shatner's Has-Been album. I'm not qualified to judge ballet by its own merits, but kind of a neat concept, and not a bad doc.

Also, Has-Been  is a pretty decent record. Yeah, it's Shatner being Shatner, but he is aware of his image and willing to fuck with it, always gotta give props for that. Ben Folds, one of my favorite musicians, produces and did a lot of the music, and some guest appearences, Joe Jackson (under-rated), Henry Rollins (minor deity), others.

I give it two-green-skinned alien space babes up!


  1. The original Common People by Pulp is one of the most important songs to come out in the last 20 years. Damn, that song is so on the money, or lack thereof.