In this comprehensive post on Rotten Tomatoes, Nathan Rabin explores the long and impressive legacy of the criminally-underrated Chris Elliot vehicle, Get A Life. This show was far and away one of my favorites growing up, and I could barely explain it to anybody I knew. It was just a weird thing with this weirdContinue reading “Get A Life”
How long were we out? A couple of years? No matter. We’ve flipped the switch back on, the hum fades in, the tubes are warming up, there’s an old familiar crackle in the amp, and we’re about to rock this motherfucker out. In the coming weeks we will tackle such subjects as: How Harold and Maude influencedContinue reading “We’re back.”
We’ve been dark for a while here at Influenced.It, but David Letterman’s final show has jolted us back to the light. We couldn’t let this moment pass without a nod to the brilliance and trail-blazing that Dave Letterman brought to the past 19,932 guests and more than 6,000 episodes. Thank you so much for helping to shapeContinue reading “We’re Going to Miss You, Dave”
Simply cannot get enough of this song and there are so many reasons why: social commentary, that hook, Goth gets cool…again. We love when women are empowered to take a genre to task…and kick ass in the process. And apparently we’re not the only ones who’ve been inspired. Enjoy.
We’re happy to welcome our first guest post from culture afficianado and all-around great guy Garrett Brooks. Today Garrett will cover The Simpsons – Marge vs. The Monorail. The Simpsons has been on the air in one form or another for longer than I have been a person. Since premiering as its own show onContinue reading “What influenced The Simpsons – Marge vs. The Monorail?”