The all-digital cinema is basically here: what the end of film means for you.
YouTube Translate manages to find the real message of Rick Perry's campaign.
A poignant essay from a professor about the PS2 game Rez and how it "stroked the neurons in my limbic brain. The limbic brain is the part of your brain that nurtures emotion (stay with me here, I promise we will get somewhere) and is most involved in processing reward and producing pleasure. " Btw, Rez also came with a "non-sexual" vibrator. So. You know. It moved a lot of people.
Now it's fun for the whole family!
What I mean to say: the "Berliner" format is being shopped around to major papers to produce a smaller and more compact daily paper.
Because there's no better way to end your slam of Woody Allen's latest than a list for pallet cleanser.
Blair River was 29-years old and died of pneumonia. He was best known as the spokesman for The Heart Attack Grill From the article: " 'Cynical people might think this (River's death) is funny,' Basso said." And yet, since becoming the spokesman, he technically DID lose 25 pounds in three months. So let us not make fun of poor Blair, but marvel in the fact he was right. The diet DOES work--just...slower.
Uwe Boll is best known as the director of failed video game films. He also made Postal. Now, a "trailer" for his supposedly "next film" (that isn't on IMDB at all.) Auschwitz (very NSFW). And yes, that is Boll as the Nazi outside the door, which is a reference to Postal.
Leave it to Japan to fill in the last gap of who zombies haven't fought. Oh, wait. But this time? It also has strippers AS zombies. With big tits. And...guys in blue make-up. And it's based on a manga. Thanks, Japan. Thanks.
It isn't news that Christopher Lee is going to simply rock into Mordor. But now there's a video clip of the music video of Lee as Charlemagne. And it's kind of incredible.
A German-financed sequel for Showgirls promises repetitive techno beats, a death crawl, and an extremely suspenseful car-pulling-into-a-garage sequence.
Harriet The Spy meets blogging. And apparently, there is such a job as "class blogger." And apparently, this can even be turned into a Disney Channel movie.
Among other things: -His name is basically Buck Rodgers. -Buck is related to James Madison. -She wants to make chick flicks. -They have a surprise guest in their photo.
Expertly edited together from sound bytes in "Rogue Warrior," MC Mickey Rourke brings the fresh beats once you beat the game.
This trailer is filled with Nic Cage insanity. "WHAT ARE THESE FUCKING IGUANAS DOING ON MY COFFEE TABLE" and "THIS IS MY LUCKY CRACK PIPE. WHAT. YOU DON'T HAVE A LUCKY CRACK PIPE?" stick out the most.
A little ditty from the ladies who like some hair on their men.
The subtle art of the most historic gag in cinematic history.
I...It...It can't be real. it just can't be real.
I have been looking for a job since November, and I have been stunned at how little luck I have been having. I am a recent college grad with tons of experience in the areas of television and film production, marketing, and communications...much more than the average college student. My resume is phenomenal for a recent grad, so I know that is not the problem. It is simply an issue of having to compete with thousands of others for every position I apply to. Who knows if my resume and cover letters are even being read? ... So, if you feel you may be able to help (perhaps there is an open position in the office where you work? Or you have a friend in the biz you can talk to?) please drop me a line. I will respond with my resume, and after taking a look at it you still want to help we can enter into the agreement. If you successfully arrange an interview, I am picked for the position, and I accept the job I will pay you 400 dollars out of my first paycheck from the job.
Al The Unicorn, from Action Pals, sits down and talks Street Fighter IV. And hamburgers.