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Declare independence! Don't let them do that to you!!

Monday, July 31, 2006

I Have No Interest In Reminiscing

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Not At All Unlike
Take Me With You, Please

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

A Peek Behind the Pantry

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Knollar the Transient

Monday, July 24, 2006

My Name is Bruce (2006): B Movie Legend Bruce Campbell is mistaken for his character Ash from the Evil Dead trilogy and forced to fight a real monster in a small town in Oregon.
FYI, the blokes responsible for the hilarious Shaun of the Dead are making a buddy cop movie called 'Hot Fuzz'.

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Monday, July 17, 2006

A-Team Stands for Anarcho-Capitalism

If youre reading this, youre not in India.
High Road / Low Road
Back To The Barracks

Friday, July 14, 2006

Self-control is the key to success, but you knew that, didnt you?

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Hard times for New York bank robbers.

Monday, July 10, 2006

Let's go to an alternate reality where Michael Chabon wrote the Fantastic Four movie, and it didnt suck, and I'm not pissed like the oceans at the moon, at the prospect of another one. In short, his idea was to celebrate the happy world of the Fantastic Four. A shiny gleaming  world of idealism and wonder wherein the Fantastic Four are called upon to battle a more traditional Doctor Doom in a plot that borrows not so subtley from the Terminator series. Now, this next part I've got to quote because he gets it so  right:
The two most obvious choices are Dr. Doom and Galactus. Now Galactus, and the Surfer, have always been favorites, but I'm not sure if we can get the Surfer in there (even if the rights are available) without taking away too much from the FF themselves. And Galactus without the Surfer is awfully dull.

Ahh well... if you can't do one thing right , might as well do six things wrong, eh Tim?

We Hold These Truths to be Spectacular! 

Flash Slideshow

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Hey Senator Joe Biden, do that funny racist thing you do.

Ender's Pacman 

Man Versus Cricket

Friday, July 07, 2006

A Masked crusader going by the name of Mr. Silent is stalking the streets of Indianapolis fighting crime and committing other general superhero type things. No, really.

Unable To Speak Too

Swooped Around

Unable To Speak

Adam Lightbringer

Thursday, July 06, 2006

When Lames Make It Easy 


Hip Hop Goes Underground 

"But today, many critics of rap complain that social analysis has been traded for self-glorification, forcing “conscious” rap to go beneath the media radar. We call conscious hip-hop ‘underground’, so work that metaphor out and they are taking conscious stuff back to the subway, it’s a literal translation of the underground,” says Forman.


The Knot, Tied



Found Art, found!

The Woman Whom You Will Remember

Rachel Takes A Shot

A Long Silence

Ducks In a Row

Ducks In a Row 2

All Reason Had Dropped Out of The Conversation

Feeling Your Way Into Nothingness

Psychadelic Trees

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Alas, For the Surfer! 

Silver Surfer BrunoHang
Alright, as some of you might know I've got a place in my heart for comics. They've heavily influenced and fed my joy for filmmaking (more on this later). The medium excels at telling character driven stories about people who live on the fringe, marginalized for their differences, idolized for their power. When done well a comic saga can not only entertain, but thrill, teach, affect. As a child, no book did this more than the SIlver Surfer series. Blessed with immortality and invulnerability he's often dismissed by troglodytes as Marvel's answer to Superman (cause Captain America sucks), however the Surfers quest was more personal, existential. He, an alien, sought to find in himself the magnanimous quality that he saw in man on Earth, and relentlessly quested for that ever elusive redemptive spark. A noble individual, his saga lies deeply entrenched in philosophy and self examination. So imagine how effing thrilled  I am to hear that the rumors are true, the Silver Surfer is coming to the silver screen!! Uh-Oh here comes Captain Reality to gum up the works: A)he's not getting a movie of his own B) he's going to be in the god-forsaken Fantastic Four sequel ::groan:: C)Vin Diesel isn't going to play him, okay I'm kind of pleased about that and D)he's going to be a completely CGI character! All I can hope here is that Tim Story botches it so bad, that in 20 years, yours truly can come along and do it right ala Raimi. Here's fucking hoping kids.

The Lost Neighborhood

The Usual Excitable Affair

The Necessity of These Detours

Lucky Potion

Silence For a Moment

No One's That Good An Actor

The Need Is Immediate

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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Monday, July 03, 2006

Captains, Shake Hands!

Sunday, July 02, 2006

480-Pound Woman Dies After Six Years On Couch