Friday, August 31, 2012
After last week's cracktastic antics—or, at the very least, Ven's cracktastic antics—Please Sponsor Our Runway got back on track with its usual proceedings. So without any major rants to go on about real-sized women and egotistical maniacs, let's get right to breaking down last night's episode...
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Oh, boy, here we go again. The "real women" challenge is not a new addition Project Runway by any means, but there always manages to be a designer completely blindsided by it, causing them to act like a total a-hole on national television without a single shred of self-awareness. Last season, it was Olivier. And this season? Who decided to step up to the plate and be the resident psychopath when faced with a person with a waist larger than the circumference of a Twizzler? Our dear friend RoboVen.
A breakdown of his antics and the rest of the episode coming up after the jump...
Monday, August 20, 2012
When last we met, Project Runway had just bid adieu to Raul after he sent a lackluster red carpet gown down the runway, and Andrea had gone missing in the middle of the night. I know I owe you fabulous readers an Episode 4 review. Don't you worry... a Lannister always pays his debts (wrong show?). So instead of pretending like it never happened, today you are getting a special twofer: a jam-packed extravaganza review of the last two episodes, which could be sold in a separate DVD pack and branded Project Runway: Raul's Revenge. Hey, it's better than Project Accessory (burn).
Enough jibber jabber... we have a lot to cover!
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Though only four seasons in, RuPaul's Drag Race has already amassed a crop of alumni so fierce and memorable that the list of potential queens that could be considered all stars is a long one. So when it came to casting the upcoming season of RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race, I cannot imaging how difficult the selection process could have been.
Yesterday, Logo released the cast list for All Stars, and while there are a few questionable entries, it truly is a line up of drag stars. Take a look at the announcement video after the jump...
I was shamefully late to the Mumford & Sons train. Though their brilliant first album Sigh No More came out in 2009, it didn't enter constant rotation in my iTunes until early 2011. I know... how embarrassing! I'm not quite sure how I lived my life before songs like "The Cave" or "Little Lion Man" were in it.
Thankfully, I have seen the error of my ways and have every intention of purchasing Babel, their sophomore release, pretty much the nanosecond after it is released next month. And though the track list for the album is posted on the band's website, I have been seriously itching for some fresh new Mumford tunes. If you are anything like me, then today is your day, because the band has officially released its first single.
Take a listen to "I Will Wait" after the jump...
Friday, August 3, 2012
After last week's candy catastrophe, Project Runway seemingly apologized for their bad behavior and gave us a little gift for sticking with them: a team challenge. Wahoo! I love a good team challenge because it always unleashes the crazies onto each other. Not that anyone is making a claim that people who go on reality TV shows are totally sane, but some of these people take the cake when it comes to psychotic antics. Add in some Runway alums and you have an episode that greatly improved on its predecessor.
So who let the claws come out and who made it work? A full rundown of last night's episode is coming up after the jump...