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Skyfall Trailer

This is the trailer to the latest 007 movie, Skyfall. You really don’t need to know more than that, since the rest is so obvious.

THR Women of Comic-Con

If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to drop into The Hollywood Reporter web site and check out their Women of Comic-Con video roundtable. They have assembled a great group of actresses sharing thoughts on their shows and some other topics of interest. It comes in 10 small video segments, and start’s off with […]

Tetris trailer

If you thought movies made from games had gotten silly enough, well, perhaps now they have.

Oh, wait, you didn’t think that was a real movie, did you?

Something to Do: Movies

This week Snow White and the Huntsman is a much darker tale and closer to the original than the recent Mirror, Mirror comedy. With Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, and Chris Hemsworth anchoring the cast and some equally interesting choices on the production side, this one has the potential to be quite good indeed.

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Something to Watch: DVDs

For movies, The Woman in Black is a bit of a ghost story, and the made for TV version of Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island is from the Syfy Channel. I am not terribly impressed by either, but I will at least watch the Verne story when it comes out on the streaming services.

We fare […]

Grand Theft Auto R2D2

I don’t play games for more than 15 seconds at a time before my character is dead or disabled, but that doesn’t mean I cannot appreciate some good Mod Game footage. Thanks to the folks at Blastr for the heads up on this one.

Free Anime This Weekend Only

Until midnight Sunday night central time there are some great anime titles streaming for free over at The Anime Network. Some of them give you a choice between Subbed and Dubbed, myself I prefer subbed, so I can hear the original actors emotional inflections. I have had some problems viewing some of these, where an […]

Annular Eclipse

The Annular Eclipse that happened earlier this week was amazing, but those of us who saw it from North America only got a little tease of the event. If you got to see if from Japan, like Danny Choo, then perhaps you got to see it in its full glory. Here is a picture or […]

Game Museum Gathering Saturday

The Art of Video Games is a new exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, with a collection of 80 games, interviews with the creators, quite a bit of history and background, and a whole lot more. So I am sure not many will be surprised to learn that the folks from Think Geek are […]

Blue Bird Animation

This tasty little animation was inspired by Charles Bukowski’s Bluebird poem. Created by Sidewalk Gazer, who is looking for someone to do a music video project with it. The creativity of some people is amazing, and thanks to Zouch for the heads up on this one.