Thursday, July 31, 2008
Alicia Keys and Jack White do new Bond song
Wii Motion Plus demonstrated
Jack Nicholson's Car
Cool new Harry Potter 6 teaser
Carpenter's new movie with Cage
Transformers 2 news
Austin Powers 4?
New Robocop will be R
Lucas interview, his fault for weird Indy 4 stuff? Cool interview though
Starship Troopers 3 footage
No way, there's a Teen Wolf 3
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Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Price: $3.00 for 192 kbps quality
Get it here
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Tuesday, July 29, 2008
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USA to Confiscate iPODs and Computers at Border
MUSIC fans might soon have their iPods searched by Customs officers at airport checks and face jail if a large amount of pirated music is found on them. The push for the unprecedented searches of travellers’ laptops and MP3 players has been revealed in a leaked discussion paper relating to a treaty being negotiated by the Federal Government. It suggests criminal sanctions for infringements on a commercial scale. That meant innocent pop and rock fans with huge song libraries could unwittingly be hit with jail for commercial piracy, according to Internet Industry Association chief executive Peter Coroneos.
found @ Dvorak
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 10:08 AM
Monday, July 28, 2008
Tr2n previz teaser
U.F.O DISCLOSURE PROJECT U.FO MEETING
iPhone iWood case
Ghostbusters game impressions
RE: Degeneration Comic-Con Trailer
Comic-Con Movie news
T4 Comic-Con impressions
iPhone Cut/Paste demo
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 4:20 PM
Friday, July 25, 2008
Clooney is such a bobble head.
found @ Haha
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 1:35 PM
Yes, like everybody else is saying, this title for the Tron sequel is RETARDED. More info @ iwatchstuff
Aronofsky confirmed to direct Robocop
How to disable backup process on iPhone
Confirmed Matrix Box for Bluray (I just need the first one).
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Thursday, July 24, 2008
Read on @ Gizmodo
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 2:34 PM
A nine-year-old girl whose parents named her Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii was put into court guardianship in New Zealand so that her name could be changed.
In his written ruling, he said names such as Stallion, Yeah Detroit, Fish and Chips, Twisty Poi, Keenan Got Lucy and Sex Fruit were prohibited by registration officials. Others that were permitted included twins called Benson and Hedges, other children called Midnight Chardonnay, Number 16 Bus Shelter and, the judge added, “tragically, Violence”.
Wow. More @ Dvorak
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 1:12 PM
Lots of them @ Darkroastedblend
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A one-of-a-kind official LEGO version of Mead's "Spinner" flying car from Blade Runner, presented to Syd by LEGO when he attended a design summit in Billund. Syd let me pick it up and swoop it around my head like a child.
Watch the video @ Gizmodo
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 10:48 AM
Why not just copy the whole thing.
- found @ filmdrunk
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Wednesday, July 23, 2008
- found @ acmelimited
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 3:43 PM
Listen to the interview here. It would be so cool if real!!
Edgar Mitchell says there IS life in the Universe.
He says we have been visited, and that UFOs have been covered up by the government for a long time.
He says he's been inside military circles and they know we've been visited and talk about it behind closed doors.
There is quite a bit of contact going on.
The Roswell crash was real.
Not all UFOs are of ET origin. Some are home-grown. But some are ET crafts.
He's not concerned about his safety talking about it openly anymore.
Alien intent is not hostile.
Some others involved in the Moon landing also know the truth.
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Dark Knight makes TONS of $$$$$$$$
Peter Berg does Hercules
Robot Chicken does 2nd Star Wars episode
Cool jailbrake iPhone apps
Sweet video of driving into a sand storm
car crashing into diner, smashes guy, guy survives with almost no scratches, coolest demeanor ever
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 8:50 AM
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
The director, Seth Gordon, is hard at work at a screenplay for The King
of Kong, which he will then sell to have a fictional movie made. Or, as
I am saying, a second fictional movie, but one where he can see 100% of
the profits of the picture without having to cut in any of the people
whose lives he just took a galactic dump on. Let me be clear: he fucked
these people. He couldn't have fucked them worse than if he strapped
them across a air-hockey table and sodomized them with a Wico Command
Control Joystick. He interviewed them, had them retrieve archival
footage and materials going back decades, recorded them at their homes,
their places of work, and at events that they put up at their own
expense and time, and then he painted them in clown makeup and threw
pies at them for an hour and 19 minutes.
And by doing this, he fucked me, too. Doors that were open to me and my
production are slammed shut, people who would have been interviewed by
me freely and happily are now rightfully suspicious, and there are
places I can no longer hope to go. Maybe, just maybe after I am deep in
my production and I show people footage and where I'm going with it I
might get some folks to open up, but the damage is pretty goddamn
severe. A documentary that rips entire groups of good-hearted people as
shadowy, conniving scumbags with razor-thin morality hurts the scene
being portrayed and hurts the people themselves. All this effort, just
to turn reality into a faked up drama worthy of a dime store pulp. Yes,
I am saying the movie is so bad that it has actually sucked my future
movie into darkness as well.
Even more here
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The events portrayed in the "King of Kong" movie generally took place between June 30, 2003 and April 9, 2006. During that time period Steve Wiebe was Twin Galaxies' official Donkey Kong World Champion from June 30, 2003 until January 30, 2006 - a period of 943 days. His reign as the champion was due to his 947,200 score followed by his 985,600 score achieved at Funspot. There was one two-day period occurring around the time of the Funspot 2005 event, during which Billy Mitchell was listed in the top spot, but Mitchell's reign lasted only 48 hours, as explained below.
Read on here.
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 10:54 AM
Warning: The next generation might just be the biggest pile of idiots in U.S. history
It is, in short, nothing less than a tidal wave of dumb, with once-passionate, increasingly exasperated teachers like my friend nearly powerless to stop it. The worst part: It's not the kids' fault. They're merely the victims of a horribly failed educational system.
Then our discussion often turns to the meat of it, the bigger picture, the ugly and unavoidable truism about the lack of need among the government and the power elite in this nation to create a truly effective educational system, one that actually generates intelligent, thoughtful, articulate citizens.
Hell, why should they? After all, the dumber the populace, the easier it is to rule and control and launch unwinnable wars and pass laws telling them that sex is bad and TV is good and God knows all, so just pipe down and eat your Taco Bell Double-Supremo Burrito and be glad we don't arrest you for posting dirty pictures on your cute little blog.
More @ sfgate
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 9:03 AM
Monday, July 21, 2008
Alan Moore interview
Dark Knight breaking all box-office records
Top Gun 2? - What a lame premise
Official Star Trek Posters
Boondock Saints 2 storyline
Vincent Cassel in Tarantino movie?
Scream 4 confirmed
Star Wars meets classic art
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 9:35 AM
Friday, July 18, 2008
I don't feel like spending $40 to $50 on an official Apple USB charger. Just go to HDaccessory and take advantage of today's sale. This guy goes for $3 instead of $30.
* Built-in charging circuitry that protects your iPod from damage.
* Charges when in use or in standby mode.
* White high-impact plastic.
* LED power indicator.
* Support power voltage 110v - 220volts.
* Compatible with Apple iPod Touch, Classic, Video, Nano, Shuffle, Photo, Mini, iPod with Color Display.
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Thursday, July 17, 2008
Ridley Scott, Russell Crowe, DiCaprio. Trailer here.
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 2:32 PM
Wow that looks silly. Superhero costumes in live-action are very tricky. This one is just not working.
Dare to watch it here.
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Family Guy spoof on Wrath of Khan? - KKHAAAAAAAAN!
Darren Aronofsky's Robocop remake actually a direct sequel? - Hm.....
Cool "Singularity" time shifting game trailer
Madworld Game Trailer
Duke Nukem Trilogy Trailer
Lots of RE5 images
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 8:11 AM
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
... a new strain of Malaria which thus far has a 100 percent
mortality rate and kills victims in fewer than 2 days.
After death, this parasite is able to restart the heart of its victim
for up to two hours after the initial demise of the person where the
individual behaves in extremely violent ways from what is believed to be
a combination of brain damage and a chemical released into blood during
BBC Article :
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Tuesday, July 15, 2008
- found @ gabekoerner.com
There's also this one:
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 6:04 PM
Lost Planet - The movie
Reeves as Plastic Man - whoa
Dark Knight and IMAX
HBO's look at Dark Knight - haven't watched, probably full of spoilers
Felon - Trailer with Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff
E3 is going on:
iPhone 3G jailbroken
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 2:17 PM
Monday, July 14, 2008
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Conan - Poster
School of Rock sequel - of course
Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Studio Scale Limited Edition
Drunk Soccer Referee
Outlander - Trailer
Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe - can silly fighting against Superman, isn't it?
Lego Minifig Ice Pop Mold
SF wi-fi smart parking - integrate that into google maps!
Reporter gets called out in iPhone line - nice
Batman Tumbler Transformer
Wii gets better motion sensing
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 9:33 AM
Friday, July 11, 2008
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Thursday, July 10, 2008
What took them so long? Not Battlestar, but franchises in general? Kids would love to smear butter on their favorite characters! - more @ Gizmodo
Posted by Jean-Denis Haas at 3:07 PM
Movies &Box Office
Need more testing, but ok so far:
Want to try out:
TeleNav in-car GPS
Etch a Sketch
[updated as more reviews come in]
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