“Strange But True?” was a British supernatural documentary television series, presented by Michael Aspel. The programme explored supernatural phenomena and unexplained mysteries and was essentially a rip-off of the American show “Unsolved Mysteries”, which is undeniably better in pretty much every conceivable way.
I would have expected this corporate shit from Billy, but you Rebecchi? You could have been the best, man. I believed in you. Back in the ’90s, you were the best. Now this? Fuck you, man. I don’t believe in nothing no more!
I love breasts. What’s not to like, eh? You’ve got your chest wall, you’ve got your pectoralis muscles, your lobules, nipples, the areola, you’ve got the duct, fatty tissue and you’ve got the skin — haven’t you? Perfection, right guys? You know what I’m talking about. And when I watch an embarrassingly low-budget, evidently rushed horror film, I like to see at least a couple of breasts.
As a huge fan of the Super Mario Bros. games, I was ecstatic to learn that they were releasing a film based on the franchise. Although, admittedly, even at a very young age, I struggled to imagine how somebody could base an entire feature-length film on a platform game in which a small plumber makes his way through stage after stage of essentially the same thing. Was there really going to be enough material to work with? How were they going to do it? Live action perhaps? Animation?
Kyle McDonald is an artist. He creates because he’s creative. See, Kyle has these feelings; whether it’s love, angst or sadness, Kyle creates art that describes how he feels inside.
This is one of his latest pieces: