So 12 years ago, my friend Matt and I were bored at 2am at my parent’s house in Ohio, and said “Hey, lets make a movie!” So we did. We came up with this pile of crap, that has since become the name for a magazine, website, and radio station. Last Wednesday we got together, 12 years later, and reshot the whole thing, frame for frame.
Ladies and gentlemen, the original Door From Hell, and the Door From Hell 2007.
SAN FRANCISCO â€” Talk show host Tom Snyder, whose smoke-filled interviews were a staple of late night television and an inspiration for Dan Ackroyd on â€œSaturday Night Liveâ€, has died after a struggle with leukemia. He was 71.
Snyder died Sunday in San Francisco from complications associated with leukemia, his longtime producer and friend Mike Horowicz told The Associated Press on Monday.
Known for his improvised, casual style and robust laughter, Snyder conducted a number of memorable interviews as host of NBCâ€™s â€œThe Tomorrow Show.â€ Among his guests were John Lennon, Charles Manson and Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols.
Snyder began his career as a radio reporter in Milwaukee in the 1960s, then moved into local television news. He anchored newscasts in Philadelphia and Los Angeles before moving to late night.
Remember seeing this album cover everywhere in the 90â€™s? Nirvana considered using a stock photograph of a swimming baby, but when that proved too expensive, they hired photographer Kirk Weddle. Weddleâ€™s friends, Renata and Rick Elden, allowed their son Spencer to be photographed for about $200. The hook, line, and dollar were superimposed later. After seeing the photo, Kurt Cobain (Nirvanaâ€™s lead singer) and his wife Courtney Love agreed that they would take Spencer out to dinner when he got older.
Well meet the naked baby himself, Spencer Elden, now 17. So yeah, youâ€™re old..
And while we’re at it, here’s Kurt and Courtney’s child, Frances Bean looking all growed up too.
Tiffany Brissette, that Small Wonder, turned up on the pages of Details Magazine (or at least on their website)
Age: 32 \\ Best known as: Vicki the Robot on Small Wonder
The plotâ€”an engineer builds a robot that looks just like a 10-year-old girl and â€œraisesâ€ her in his homeâ€”was absurd, and the production quality laughable. What made Brissetteâ€™s Vicki so memorable were the machineâ€™s awkward attempts to fit in. â€œThere were times when Iâ€™d try to sneak human emotion into the scene,â€ explains Brissette, â€œand my producers would always say â€˜No, no! Youâ€™re a robot!â€™â€ She still finds herself drawn to human feelings, working as a nurse in Boulder, Colorado.