8.31.2009

absolutely

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From milakunis


8.19.2009

The Complete Transcript of Quentin Tarantino’s Speech at Last Night’s Inglourious Basterds Premiere

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"So, are you ready to see some Basterds?"
[Mild applause]

"I said, are you ready to ready to see some Basterds fuck up some Nazis?" [Louder applause]

"Yeah, motherfucker!" [Throws microphone on the floor]

8.18.2009

New Alan Wake Gameplay footage

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From Eurogamer.fr: New presentation of Alan Wake with creator Sam Lake. The video shows brand new gameplay, story details and cinematics. You can watch the video in HD on vimeo.com if you want.

Nationals sign Strasburg; 4 years $15.67 Million dollars

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11:06pm: Baseball America's Aaron Fitt says Stephen Strasburg signed a Major League deal worth $15.67MM over four years. Despite all the fears of absurd demands from Boras, the Nationals did well here.


that's a pretty good price for Strasburg. Nationals made out well in this deal. A rarity that a club makes out with a Boras client.


8.17.2009

The Prisoner (2009) - Comic Con Footage

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In November, AMC will present The Prisoner miniseries, a reinterpretation of the British 1960s cult hit series starring and co-created by Patrick McGoohan.

The Premise : A man, known as "Six," finds himself inexplicably trapped in "The Village" with no memory of how he arrived. As he explores his environment, he discovers that his fellow inhabitants are identified by number instead of name, have no memory of any prior existence, and are under constant surveillance. Not knowing whom to trust, Six is driven by the need to discover the truth behind The Village, the reason for his being there, and most importantly -- how he can escape.


8.07.2009

District 9 is a good movie

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I just got back from the DC screening.

Don't want to say too much about the plot because it will ruin the fun of the movie so I'll just say it looked fantastic. It was delivered well and the overall film itself really moved along and was very enjoyable. The special effects are spot on and are integrated with practical shots flawlessly. The alien-being "prawns" looked awesome. There's a ton of stuff going on with their faces and their four arm setup is constantly gesticulating when they speak or move.

The world that Blomkamp creates is a completely believable one. Alien racism, MNU authority and the look and feel (buildings, cars, uniforms, weapons) of the government branches is convincing as hell. It's really easy to buy into the world.

Enjoyable movie with a good plot and well filmed. Definitely worth seeing in the theaters.

1 more thing, at the screening they gave everyone a raffle ticket to win a Lithograph of the Alien Ship in District 9 signed by Peter Jackson. The host of the screening said that there were only 150 of them made and when they drew the winner it was 901668. My ticket was 901665. I was so steamed. This fat bitch who had been standing next to me in line ended up winning the lithograph. Such a waste. It was pretty big too, about the size of a large flat Fed Ex box.

8.05.2009

science will fuck you

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This panel is taken from Warren Ellis' Ignition City #4 and is drawn by Gianluca Pagliarani. Here is a link to the official book site (avatar ignition city)

Do I need to state that you should click on the image to get a larger HQ version of the panel?

8.03.2009

Three Sheets is back!

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So after MojoHD was killed by iN Demand Networks late in 2008. The only show that people really gave a shit about on Mojo was Three Sheets with Zane Lamprey. Three Sheets just follows him around at one country per episode and he drinks and parties with locals while sampling regional boozes and drinks. Now after some help via fan campaigns the show is back on a new channel, FLN (fine living network). Check out the 1st 2 episodes of season 4 and enjoy.