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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Iron Man as you've never seen him before

So today's viral video rage are two videos showing Marvel's metal avenger, Mr. Iron Man, in the ending of a pair of movies that a metallic superhero has no place in being, Dirty Dancing and Bridget Jones's Diary. What most of the sites out there haven't figured out (but which anyone could if they just looked at the YouTube creator's channel) was that they created two earlier parody videos this month featuring notable moments from Titanic and When Harry Met Sally.

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Pixels short show us a real video game movie

Hollywood may still be figuring out the proper way to make money from a video game movie but that didn't stop Patrick Jean from showing us what might happen if the heroes and villains from classic video games hit the Big Apple. Donkey Kong atop the Empire State Building hucking down barrels onto 54th Street, Pac Man chomping his way through the subway tunnel system and Tetris bricks fall from the's all part of what happens in Pixels.

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Sunday, April 4, 2010

This 90-minute review of Attack of the Clones attacks Episode II

Star Wars fans remember that 90-minute review of Episode I from last year. Disturbing, revealing, insightful and pretty damn funny, the mysterious individual behind Red Letter Media released their review of The Phantom Menace to fanboy acclaim. The interwebs went crazy, millions of downloads of the nine-part review took place and it became an instant geek culture phenomena.

After setting his sights on a review for Avatar next, now Red Letter Media's "Harry" has returned with another 90-minute review for the sequel to Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.

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Friday, April 2, 2010

A user upgrades the original Tron trailer

With a little time invested in Final Cut Pro and a decent rendering program anyone can make a fan trailer. Making a really good fan trailer is the challenger, which is why you should bear witness to this rejigged trailer for the 1982 movie Tron that makes use of better graphics and a modern feel to its storytelling approach.

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The return of Anchorman's weatherman

Fans of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy will remember Steve Carrell's role as KVWN's clueless meterologist Brick Tamland. Fans of The Office or Carrell's post-Anchorman movies might not know of the part, but I'm betting that someone that books the guests on London's GMTV morning show remembers it.

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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

First look at the future of Buck Rogers Begins

A new webisode series from the creator of Star Trek: New Voyages plans on injecting new life into a golden age outer space hero: Buck Rogers Begins.

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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Good Lord, so that's why he's called The Flash

The internet has given geeks four really amazing things:

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Weird: The Al Yankovic story

Thank God for Funny or Die because inbetween new episodes of Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns" and their movie parodies no one is doing funnier smash-ups of Hollywood culture parody. Bear witness to the site's latest creation, a spoof of those tell-all dramas about a singer, their daddy issues and their rise to the top...and steep fall to the bottom.

Things are about to get Weird.

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Galactica: Sabotage

Take the classic Beastie Boys music video/song "Sabotage" and pay an homage to it using nothing but footage from five seasons of Battlestar Galactica. Think it can't be done? Think again 'cuz katamaran78 nailed it right down to using Fat Apollo.

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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Sandra Bullock accepts her Razzie award

For the past 25 years, the day before the Academy Awards are presented the Golden Raspberry Awards are given out. Commending the very best of the very worst of the past year in film, with their spray painted awards and mocking commentary at the pomp and ceremony of Hollywood, The Razzies are the anthethesis of the Oscars.

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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Tim Burton's secret formula

Can someone who has access to Tim Burton schedule an intervention?

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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

The trailer for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter that's not in theaters

You remember hearing about Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, don'tcha? Published one year ago, written by Seth Grahame-Smith, optioned as a movie. Grahame-Smith is back and he's here to show you that a) he's not a one-trick pony, and, b) he still wants to mess up historical stories that you know.

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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Live Avatar Role Playing

When Titanic became the number one movie of all-time, did people dress us in early 20th century costumes, pretend that they were upper-class and lower-class and then dunk themselves into freezing water? Hell no. Then why are people smearing on blue paint, dressing in loincloths and running around winter Wisconsin pretending to be the Na'vi from Avatar??

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The look of a real-life Buzz Lightyear

I don't know how many people have lost sleep wondering what a real-life Buzz Lightyear would look like but if these people do exist, tonight they sleep well.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Toronto artist creates minimalist Tarantino posters

Ibraheem Youssef is a Toronto-based self-described art director and designer. He draws stuff, designs stuff, cooks stuff and even sells stuff on his website. The latest goods that Ibraheem is hawking are six posters he designed for Quentin Tarantino's movies: Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill Parts I and II, Death Proof and Inglourious Basterds.

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