I do love this movie, and my first time watching it, I had no real idea what was going on. I imagined it would be something like Pulp Fiction, where after a few viewings I would finally see a plot, but this movie is not a Tarantino film. I still do love it all the same, I need to find my copy tonight.

Soylent Irony

Original poster can be found here. I’ve chosen a foreign version of the poster, as it was much higher quality than any in English. I’ve only added a small detail, but it adds quite a bit of dark humour to the whole thing, in my opinion. For those unfamiliar with the film, Soylent Green is essentially a movie about how overpopulation is solved by making food out of human bodies. If you can’t see it, the man in the lower right corner is (now) wearing a “PETA: People for the Eating of Tasty Animals” shirt, as he is chased by Riot Control attempting to collect more ingredients for Soylent Green. Irony indeed.

Free Bird

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this one only has less than 20. This is every musicians nightmare, having spent years perfecting your playing, only to take the stage and have some talent-less hack yell “Free Bird” from the back of the room like he’s the first one to have ever thought of it. I mean, I do it all the time, so…