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Intentionally Bad… Is Good?  by Peartree Book Assigners’ Note (Dewey Booklover and Admiral Fartmore): Heyyyy, we liked one!   The idea of creating something intentionally bad is as old as time itself. Be it Chaucer pranking those courtly audience members with The Tale Of Melibee, anti-art movements like the Incoherents or Dada, the Fantastic Four 1994 unreleased film, the video game Don’t Buy This, music by Kanye West, paintings hung in hotel rooms, or literature like Atlanta Nights and The Little Ass-tronaut, there is something to be said for that which is created purely to be shat™ on. The general consensus on intentionally bad art is that it fails; theRead More →

Why yes, I am entertained… But I have questions.   (4.8/10)  by Peartree (book assigned by Admiral Fartmore) Editor’s note: Yeah, it isn’t really a book, and yeah, the project was ultimately scrapped. But this (assumed) DMT-inspired nightmare was too good to pass up. When Maximus **SPOILER** died **END SPOILER** at the end of Gladiator, it was an incredibly sad moment in film history (not Russell Crowe’s greatest on screen death, but close). Yet it had a silver lining — he was now able to see his wife and son in the afterlife. At least that’s what I had taken from the ending. His hand brushing upon golden wheatRead More →