Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Japanese Spider-Man (Video)

I think we should feel special that American Spider-Man is actually...good.
Here you'll find three examples of just how lame this show gets.

1. Episode 19
Check out the fight scene starting at 8:10, but be warned. Japanese Spider-Man is limited to getting tossed around and using drunken slapping attacks.

2. Episode 20
Start at around 13:44 for the pitiful monster battle and you'll catch the monster say "Fly to the end of the sky!" Oh, and the end of every episode turns into a Power Rangers Megazord battle.

3. Episode 26
Ok, 15:00 is pretty sweet because somehow he takes out three guys at once with his "webbing". But start at 20:30 to see some ridiculous special effects and Japanese Spider-Man battle "Machine Bem Volcano Beast".

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Zombieland (2009)

Zombieland is an American zombie comedy horror, written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick and directed by Ruben Fleischer. The film stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin as survivors of a post-zombie apocalypse. Together they take an extended road trip in an attempt to find a sanctuary free from zombies; Columbus (Eisenberg) follows a set of "rules" designed to keep them alive where others have failed; Tallahasee (Harrelson) kills zombies in a variety of creative ways while trying to "enjoy the little things" in a ruined world.

The film received positive critical reviews and was a commercial success: it grossed more than $60.8 million in 17 days, surpassing the Dawn of the Dead remake to become the top-grossing zombie film to date. It had the biggest opening weekend of any film in Woody Harrelson's career at $25 million. The $18 million taken by Indecent Proposal (1993) was Harrelson's previous best weekend debut.

P.S. The Bill Murray cameo was mostly improvised. And genius.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Reverse Graffiti

Paul "Moose" Curtis

Alexandre Orion

Thursday, October 15, 2009

A Film By Semiconductor

Natural magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic, ever-changing geometries as scientists from NASA's Space Sciences Laboratory excitedly describe their discoveries.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Lost's Michael Emerson

Proof that he really can make anything sound creepy.