Since it's black history month, here on burning bush. I'd like to think about how George W will be thought of in regards to black people. Their are not a lot of things about Katrina one can laugh at, the storm damage and the lives lost are a great tragedy. However, Mike Myers expression at hearing Kanye West so passionately go off prompter an proclaim "George Bush does not care about black people", is hilarious and classic. The entire delivery and set up to this clip and Myers reaction seems to perfect to be unscripted and yet it was.
George W Bush will then go on to tell the today show what he thought of the incident and Kanye will respond back.
It's finally here, loyal followers: Halloween time is upon us! And what better way to spend our Quarantine-o-ween than by watching as many spooky movies in the month of October as possible! But we here at the Vundacast will do you one better because throughout the month of October, not only will we be watching as many spooky movies as possible but we will also be podcasting, writing, and live-tweeting about as many of those films as we can! We have access to all the best streaming platforms--Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Shudder, Criterion Channel, even YouTubeTV--and have compiled a sufficiently ridiculous watchlist of Halloween fare. We can't wait to share our thoughts with you about all our favorite Halloween classics as well as some new ones and some that are new to us. Stay tuned here on our website as well as on our official Twitter, @Vundacast , for tons of awesome Halloween movie content! For now, check out some choice selections from our list to whet your appetite for what
Well, Season 2 of Netflix's critically acclaimed hit "The Haunting of Hill House" is finally here. Sort of. Actually it's a completely different story, although many of the central cast members return in completely different roles. And the timing couldn't be more perfect with October just over a week old and all of us spending our first Halloween season in quarantine (seven months into a quarantine that wasn't supposed to last more than two) for a retrospective rewatch of "The Haunting of Hill House" from the beginning. This is one of those series that is almost more enjoyable to watch the second (or third or fourth) time around to see all the clues and connect them as you go. But what really jumps out at me in this rewatch goes far beyond the mysteries and secrets of Hill House...