I can’t remember the name of a website that used to amuse me way back when. I’m fairly certain it is no longer with us. My details are a bit sketchy, so bear with me.
It was primarily a movie review site, but it may have eventually evolved into other content. It was written in an extremely casual manner - many of the movie reviews covered more about what was going on in the reviewer’s life that day than the movie itself. He would talk about waking up late, wolfing down some chili dogs for breakfast, then meeting his buddy at the such-and-such theater (but the film was sold out so they played video games until the next showing, and he had mustard on his shirt from the chili dog).
The site owner/main film reviewer was an obese slob who started out as a nobody but eventually gained the attention of the media (I think Roger Ebert got to know him?).
That’s about all I have. I want to say the word ‘rotten’ was in the name of the website, but I may be conflating it with Rotten Tomatoes.
I hadn’t thought about this in, well, ten years or so. I have no idea why it just popped into my head.
ETA: I thought I had the dude’s name for a moment - Harold Knowles - but Google doesn’t seem to indicate that is correct. But it sure looks right. I shall keep searching.