Check out the latest trailer for Bangkok Knockout. It's choreographed by the same person who choreographed the fight sequences for Ong Bak, so I'm sure we can all expect a ton of flying knees, elbows, and over the top non-stop action. Yes please!
Friday, November 5, 2010
It has been quite some time since we've heard some new music from Pogo. Don't fret friends, because he recently released an awesome mix comprised of samples from the Disney animated classic "Snow White". Enjoy and have a great weekend gang!
Thursday, November 4, 2010
If you haven't been to Etsy lately, then I recommend that you go there and check out Candy Warhol Studio, created by Etsy user Whitkneee. At Candy Warhol you can find handmade pot holders, prints of everyone's favorite Italian siblings, and the mushrooms they abuse to "power up". Whitkneee also has some cool and friendly monsters for sale (sounds like a slave trade, if you ask me). All of the art is reasonably priced and the prints are framed! Head over to Candy Warhol Studio and get yourself some sweet art.*
* Yes, I realize that was a terrible pun but I refuse to apologize for it!
Monday, November 1, 2010
For those of you not in the know, "Y: The Last Man" is a tale of Yorik Brown living in a world where every male mammal (with the exception of his monkey Ampersand) spontaneously and mysteriously died at the same time. During his adventures, Yorick learns what takes to really become a "man" in a world full of women.The story heavily focuses on gender issues, sexuality, and science/technology disrupting the "natural order".
Brian K. Vaughan's post apocalyptic masterpiece has been in Hollywood's developmental purgatory for years. It's time to let go and let someone else actually do something with the property. Honestly, Hollywood has never been the right place for the series. Y would suffer the same problem as "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World". While Scott Pilgrim was a great movie, it was essentially a cliff notes version. Due to the sheer amount of content of the series and time restraints for a film, many of the ancillary characters were not fully realized on screen. Television would allow Y to flourish as a weekly, hour long, drama. Vaughan wrote issues that were stand alone stories but also served the overall story, which would be perfect for television. A series that is filled unique locales and characters, action, sci-fi, comedy, and drama?! Yes please!
Last week we were movin like Bernie. This week it's all about doing the Jesus lean! No, you didn't misread that, someone actually made a snap song about Jesus! I doubt that it was B-Shoc's intention to make a super funny video, but that was the end result. For some reason I don't see this "dance craze" taking off.
Posted by Matt Bentley at 10:22 AM