Ganjanometry

Posted in Scholarship on April 19, 2011 by metalcharlie

As scholars, we rarely take material from other sources. This is grabbed from the wzrds gang though, because they are a source well-respected among the scholarly community and because, being filmed in Portland, this must be spread around. Those Street Thunderites still in Portland should probably head down to old town and light up da spliff wif dees rastas:

We Like to Make People’s Ears Bleed

Posted in Films on April 6, 2011 by metalcharlie


Dr Alien (1989)
Andrew’s roommate Sam picked this one up somewhere mysterious, and it sent our minds to somewhere equally mysterious. This movie is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by Street Thunder, and for Street Thunder! This geeky kid is chillin in (probably community) college trying to be an accountant or some shit, and then his biology teacher gets run off the road by aliens who actually turn out to be a babe that takes over teaching the class. She doesn’t do much teaching though, she does more wearing-of-frilly-undergarments and experimenting on Wesley by attaching a cutty alien dick to the top of his head and boning him over and over and over and over again. And then all of a sudden all girls want dat Wesley azz! The girl from Repo Man stars! More boobs in one movie than I’ve seen in a long time. He joins a sick Metal Band! WATCH THIS SHITTTT!!!!!

RIP Tiger

Posted in Films with tags , , , , , , , on March 28, 2011 by metalcharlie

A Boy and His Dog (1975):

Long ago, before Street Thunder had even begun their slow, hellish crawl across the streets of this nation toward the goals of total domination, I remember Max telling me about how this was one of his favorite movies. And it’s pretty crazy. Basically Don Johnson walks around post-World War IV Phoenix, which in real life is some dry lake bed just outside of Barstow, right near the “designated rattlesnake habitat” . Apparently in the post-apocalyptic nuclear future that takes hold after the 5-day WW IV, dogs can not only telepathically talk to certain humans but can telepathically sense things as well, which is indicated by some classic beeping and bending sound effects. The real value though, of Don’s sidekick Blood (the real life Tiger, whose death is the greatest tragedy in this revue) is that he can sense females, and in post-apocalyptic (and rapey) Phoenix the only real pastime seems to be finding ladies. Some things never change. Good ol’ Don has a change of heart about one particular broad though, and as a result he ends up following her “down under” to the underground town of Topeka, and this is when shit gets really crazy. From the sound of things, the Harlan Ellison novella is a better product than the movie, although I must admit I haven’t read it yet. The real question through all of this though, is why the film is one of Max’s favorites (apart from being a next-level movie of course). He can probably enlighten us himself, but I think that the reasons are two fold: one being that Don Johnson looks a little like Max in this movie, and the other being that it was filmed in such relative proximity to his favorite place in America. A taste of the action:

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Post-apocalyptic Arizona saw a resurgence of Medieval Minstrel Styles.

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Cuuuuttttttttttyyyyyyyyyyyy.

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technotrip (technology, not music)

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This is where the whole game changes.

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Topeka hasn’t changed much

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A post-cannibalism jaunt into the sunset. Towards Needles, no doubt.

WHITE FIRE (1985)

Posted in Uncategorized on March 12, 2011 by nickmakanna

“EXTERMINATION
Is the reward for the
World’s richest prize”.

Knowledge GOD! ┬áHaven’t watched this piece yet, but I’m pretty excited.

Peep the trailer

– Nick

Riders of Dissonant Worlds

Posted in Adventures and Excursions, Films, Scholarship on March 2, 2011 by metalcharlie

Most of you know that Street Thunder stays covering ground from coast to coast to foreign shores. Instead of doing useful things with my evening I made a video with all the bits I had from a while back, and also from right now. It shows Street Thunder doing what they do best–riding forth through the worlds of apocalypse ahead.

Music is “walker of dissonant worlds” by Xasthur. Why can’t more Xasthur songs be like that one?

More Library Sex!!!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on February 21, 2011 by metalcharlie

Look at this underwear fashion shoot revealed to have taken place at 1) The Brooklyn Law School Library and 2) the New York Transit Museum. These are both places (specifically or generally) where you can find people like (or exactly) me. Look how sexy my life is!!! Look how sexy the library is!!!

No joke everyday at the Transit Museum, and any library, is like this.

Legless Larry and the Lipstick Lady

Posted in Scholarship with tags , , , , , , on February 11, 2011 by metalcharlie

Watch it here
1999. The cuttiest Rowdy Roddy appearance?

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I’m not entirely convinced. It doesn’t look like him until the closeup on the mouth. Yes homo.