Daily Digest: "Boggy," "Drunk Girls," "Shame," Duke | Rock Candy

Monday, March 29, 2010

Daily Digest: "Boggy," "Drunk Girls," "Shame," Duke

Posted By on Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 4:08 PM


The Fouke Monster heard the new LCD Soundsystem track, too.

"The Legend of Boggy Creek," the most well-known movie by the late Arkansan director Charles B. Pierce, is being remade. According to the Facebook page, it's currently in post-production. Take a gander at the teaser here. More to come.

Send in a few bucks to NPR for being awesome today. They're streaming two new albums, "I Learned the Hard Way" by Sharon Jones and Dap-Kings and "Shame, Shame" by Dr. Dog.

While you're at the Post Office, squat in a bag and send it to James Murphy. After a weekend of digestion, the Rock Candy HQ agrees: "Drunk Girls" is unredeemable.*

Fresh news from Daily Duh Digest. Somewhere in Maumelle, an oblivious housewife is quietly sobbing. (via Perez Hilton)

Clark Duke hosts WWE Raw alongside the rest of the "Hot Tub Time Machine" cast tonight.

*In no way do Lindsey and I condone using the USPS to dispatch poop.

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