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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

It's a trap! Sexy Star Wars pin-ups

What happens when you slam together Star Wars and cheesecake? You get sexy Tusken Raiders, Stormtroopers, Boba Fetts and a female Admiral Ackbar that, while making your man parts feel funny, deep down you know it's a trap.

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Friday, December 31, 2010

Mr. Plinkett has his revenge upon Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

It's here. Like something that slouched toward Times Square waiting to be born, it arrived before the final moments of 2010. What I'm talking about is Red Letter Media's highly anticipated review of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Mr. Plinkett, Red Letter's adorable movie critic/serial killer, is back with the review we've all been waiting for. We know he's going to have a very sharp knife, and we know that it's not just that girl in the corner of his basement that's going to see the blade.

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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Patton Oswalt: "Geek culture must die."

The angriest -- and smartest -- nerd in existence right now is Patton Oswalt. One of my favorite comedians and a guy that can provide you a detailed explanation for each of Neil Gaiman's Endless (and also tell you in what order they first appeared in Gaiman's The Sandman comic book series), Oswalt has written a brilliant essay describing how the many things that labeled some of us nerds or geeks have now fallen by the wayside. All of us are now nerds and geeks to some extent, or okatu (outsiders) as the Japanese prefer to call people that have been swallowed by their fanboy interests.

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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Japanese TV goes TMZ for Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark

Broadway's big Spider-Man musical is still plagued by accidents. The most recent injury occured on December 20 when the performer playing the part of Kraven the Hunter fell 20 feet into the orchestra pit when his tether broke. He's currently in hospital recuperating from serious injuries.

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Friday, December 24, 2010

Sean Young's home movies show us the making of David Lynch's Dune

After making Stripes in 1981 and Blade Runner the next year, Sean Young was considered one of tinseltown's rising actresses. Through the 80s she had several parts in major releases such as David Lynch's failed but visually striking adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune and a brief part in Oliver Stone's Wall Street.

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Playboy gets into Tron Legacy

Playboy magazine has had a long tradition of hyping a movie's upcoming release by presenting a nude pictoral. Typically, Playboy likes to have one of the actresses from the film pose for a collection of semi-nude or fully nude shots, usually themed to go along with the subject matter of the movie that the actress is appearing in. Sometimes Playboy doesn't have the interest of one of the film's actresses to pose risqué, so instead they will assemble women models from the Playboy repetoire to star in the titillating layout.

But this is just what I've heard. I only read Playboy for the articles.

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Monday, December 6, 2010

Tron Pron

There's been a Star Trek version of it. And a Batman one too. And now, this month, there's going to be one that parodies/homages Disney's new Tron: Legacy movie.

It's an adult movie, also known as a XXX title. And it's called Pron.

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Star Wars action figures from World War II

The market for custom made action figures may be niche, but it's also a section of fandom that produces some really neat looking things. Case in point for today: one of a kind figures of Star Wars characters done up in the garb and gear of wartime 1940s.

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Stephen King's top 10 movies of 2010

Just as the man did two years ago in 2008, the king of screams has returned to tell his Dear Readers what movies topped his personal enjoyment threshold this past year. In the new ish of Entertainment Weekly, Stephen King tells us what his top ten movies of 2010 were. His choices might surprise you.

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

What Wired monster is slithering from the mind of Neill Blomkamp?

A curious discovery has been found secreted away in the latest iPad version of Wired magazine. Just before the article about Tron Legacy in the latest issue of the technology lifestyle magazine's e-version, the mysterious video seen below shows up. While the video's hook itself plays on the found footage of a monster trope made popular by Cloverfield, Paranormal Activity and The Last Exorcism, it's the director that's credited that may be the most curious aspect to the short film: it was made by District 9 filmmaker Neill Blomkamp.

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Monday, November 22, 2010

The greatest collection of Nicolas Cage losing it moments ever assembled

Nicolas Cage. Let me pause in my thoughts and dwell upon this actor for a moment. Mmmm. There. I feel that I'm in the right state of mind to begin.

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Pixar is here to tell you that it gets better

Two months ago sex columnist Dan Savage started a movement with just three words: "It gets better." Savage was angry over the suicide of a gay teen brought on by bullying and he wanted to send a message to all the other threatened gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered adolescents living out there who think that they are alone and that their situation, however dire and dehabilitating it seems, will improve.

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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

First look at Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

Made for a rumored $60 million dollars, the Broadway-bound Spider-Man musical (!) Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is slated to open in January 2011. The actors have rehearsed, the sets have been built, the costumes have been sewen and the tickets have gone on sale. So what does Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark look like?

The first images from the Julie Taymor influenced production have arrived, and they're weird in that Julie Taymor kind of way.

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Friday, October 29, 2010

Halloween Treat: Zombie Zombie's Thing-inspired music video with GI Joes

Zombie Zombie is a two-man French band that creates electronica music inspired by dark, macabre, gory modern horror. With a name like the one they picked, you might think that Etienne Jaumet and Cosmic Neman believe Night of the Living Dead creator George Romero is their biggest idol. However, if you listen to their music you can definitely feel the weight of horror director/composer John Carpenter in the pulsing stream of the group's audio work.

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Marvel Comics gets Tron covers

In corporate culture "synergy" is when two fields of different creative energies come together to unite. In an example of this kind of business decision, Marvel Comics and their new owners at Walt Disney Pictures have teamed up to issue 10 different variant covers for Marvel comics that feature superheroes "Tron-ified".

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