Archive for June, 2012
Yes, we’ve all wondered what would happen when giant spiders mated with . . . earthquakes? Wait, what? Let me try this tease again: We all wondered what would happen when the kid from Terminator 2: Judgment Day would get work. Yeah, that tease seems more plausible. Behold! The trailer for this Saturday Night’s SyFy Channel Original, ArachnoQuake, starring the Edward Furlong:
Mr. Rogers gets down with his bad self:
For lack of a better description:
First off, I’m as shocked as anyone that the concept is experiencing a glitch. I was thoroughly convinced that a gimmicky band that closely resembled pro wrestler Goldust impersonating a Smurf would be a great solution to our country’s edumacation problems.
Alas, apparently it is not so. According to this article, the school founded by the Blue Man Group — dubbed “The Blue School” is not properly preparing kids for the real world.
Caught on film. The polar bear was not to be caught.
Scott Blackwell’s “My King” — the late Pastor S.M. Lockridge’s tangent during a sermon set to music. “I wish I could describe him to ya, but he’s indescribable.”
Apparently not. This headline from Georgia sends chills down my spine:
I say round up everyone in town without something stuck between their teeth.
A little bit of disrespect is one thing, but Hollywood’s little people have had it up to HERE with being overlooked and the brass ring being just out of reach. According to this article from TMZ, the tiny actors are a wee bit ticked off about being excluded from the new movie Snow White and the Huntsman in favor of full size actors being digitally shrunk.
This story is completely amazing to me — who ever thought something entertaining would come out of that movie Snow White and the Huntsman? Not I. The article goes on to state:
. . .(A) prominent “midget” theater group plans to stage an over-sized protest. (continue reading…)
Good news, everybody! Michael Madsen is alive. Great news, everybody — Michael Madsen has found work in a film NOT directed by Quentin Tarrantino. And, better news, you can see him “starring” in Piranhaconda! (I believe this title deserves an exclamation point at all times) next Saturday night, June 16th. Check out the trailer, if you dare: (continue reading…)
In honor of the late, great science fiction author who passed away today at the age of 91, a little ditty from the band Utopia, with their track named after and inspired by Bradbury’s great novel, “Fahrenheit 451″.
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