Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Not bad for a Tuesday.

Prepare yourself for "The World's Hardest Game"!
Remeber that old HBO movie intro that flies through the little city? This is how they made it. The starbust effect (around 5:30 minutes in) is particularly fascinating.
GI Joe. Snake Eyes pics. Could be interesting...
Oh, and we're not done with the 80's yet. John Singleton is directing the A-Team movie.
Anatomy of a Black Hole.
And always be careful when you're dealing kids, you never know who's watching you.


This is awesome. A history of American conflicts as told by...food.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

We're going to have actual AT-AT's soon...

I can't imagine it will be long before the pentagon turns this into an actual AT-AT...
If you really need a reason to be rich, well, here's 9 reasons...
I'm not sure but I think this could be bizarrely good...Tropical Thunder.
Questionauts. Enjoy. Learn something.
Here's 15 movie mistakes you might have missed.
These fonts are from the 80's. Probably that song too.
I wonder how many of these Mom and Kirby have seen...
Oh, dear. Lost Boys II.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Things that make you go: "Yeah, I already saw that on Todd's blog."

So, there's a new Indiana Jones movie coming out shortly...and Lego is there - LEGO Indiana Jones.
And a new Batman movie coming out in June...and Lego is there - LEGO Batman.

They did such a good job on the Lego Star Wars Games that I think I'll play both of those. But if they need ideas for more games they should use the Random Game Name Generator. (Thanks Phil!)

Speaking of Legos, if this book had been around and my mother could have found it, she totally would have bought it and all the legos it listed: Forbidden Legos.

Speaking of Star Wars, I totally dig the Alternate Star Wars Opening Credits and would like to watch the movie that follows.

Star Wars came out in the 70's, and so did these Weight Watchers Cards from the 70's.

Things were such weird colors back then. Which reminds me, I want to totally have my Bookshelves arranged by color.

This was colorful too, but I'm not sure, is that a Toy or Person?

Think that's weird? The internet is full of weird. Like if you recut Planet of the Apes and removed everything but Charlton Heston's dialog. Yeah, somebody did that. Check out Planet of the Heston. I'll let them sum it up: The film’s narrative is reduced to a single apocalyptic monologue that is often humorous and all Heston.

Berenger sent me this. Dog Genius. (Thanks Berenger!)

And speaking of pets, this is so every cat I've ever owned: The Cat Wants In. (Thanks Susan!)

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Quiet weekend.

Sometimes you find a game, and that game is so awesome that it deserves its own post.

Today that game is SHIFT.

But, I'm gonna give you some bonus features.

This cartoon explains a lot about people like me.
Penn & Teller explain one of their tricks on stage, very neat. I've always liked them.

That's it for now. Enjoy the shifting.