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The Top Ten Bruce Campbell Roles

8 December 2010 11:00 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

We all know him. We all love him. In fact he may be, despite what certain beer commercials say, the most interesting man in the world. His name is Bruce Campbell and he’s the world’s most famous B-Movie actor! Today we’ll be counting the Top Ten Bruce Campbell Roles, starting with number ten…..

10. My Name Is Bruce (Movie, 2007)

Despite being poorly reviewed (by me included), This still makes the list as it is uncut, unadulterated Bruce Campbell in it’s purest form. The plot is a little iffy and the ending is nothing more than a B-Movie send up, but who gives a damn about plot when Bruce Campbell is kicking ancient monster ass in a Hawaiian Shirt?

9. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters (Movie, 2007)

8. The X-Files (TV Series, “Terms of Endearment”, 1999)

7. The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. (TV Series, 1993-1994)

Proving his comedic »

- Aaron M.K.

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Radical Axis Interview Comic-Con; CEO Scott Fry, VP of Production Craig Hartin and Animation Director Todd Redner

30 July 2010 9:50 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Meeting the creators of Adult Swim’s perennial late night favorite, Aqua Teen Hunger Force is almost as strange as seeing the show for the first time. CEO Scott Fry, VP of production Craig Hartin and animation director Todd Redner apply the type of consistent, dedicated deadpan that can only come with a decade of shared life experience. Clearly intelligent and antisocial in equal measure, this trio made for one of the most interesting, and infuriating interviews I have ever conducted.

Read on for the audio and an explanation of the madness.

A quick note before I give you the bullet points of the interview. As you will no doubt notice as the audio begins, I sound like a totally unprofessional dweeb. This is only half my fault. The interview time and place changed three times the day of and as a result I was a bit harried by the »

- Hunter Daniels

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