No reviews tonight. I’ve actually watched a fair amount of movies lately; Australia, Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation and other rewatches, but I haven’t had the bug to write them up. Honest to God, I don’t know when I’d get the time to sit down and take notes on Australia. Sucker is long.
So instead you get a mish-mash today of links and pretty pictures, as I try to get back into the swing of updating regularly.
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Since I was just talking about Deadpool, here’s a hilarious Marvel/DC video – Deadpool and Watchmen:
I don’t know what kills me more; “I’m a Marvel – WHOA!” or the idea of a Rorschach/Deadpool sitcom. Yes, it is funny and yes, you should watch it now. I may have watched it multiple times and giggled like a freak every time.
- You should probably be listening to the Geek Show Podcast. Those guys slay me, they really do.
New G.I. Joe trailer: Look, we all know by now this movie will be made of sweet cracky suck, but behold, Christopher Eccleston (the man will be a Hot Old Man Of The Month one of these months, I swear). That cheesy effect of the Eiffel Tower degrading/falling over must not be the most insane thing in the movie for them to put it in the trailer. I, uh, have no excuses for wanting to see this hot mess.
Slashfilm has new Inglourious Basterds posters for Pitt & Roth: Screw Brad Pitt, let’s look at ELI ROTH.
I smell bad, bad Photoshop. What in the name of sweet hell is going on with his face in that picture? It’s like he’s a Ken doll. Did they airbrush that scruff on? Did they hire the guy who did the Zombie Wax Liam Neeson Taken poster to do this one?
New Star Trek Pictures: I wasn’t too excited for Star Trek originally; I know, that’s geek heresy and I deserve to be interrogated by a Klingon inquisitor or something. After looking at these and hearing an early review from a friend, I’m ready to go see Star Trek. I’m taking my Star Trek loving mom for Mother’s Day to see this one.
Blah Blah Blah Blah District 9 Trailer: Consider me underwhelmed. So underwhelmed, I might catch it on basic cable five years from now.
Final Girl talks about sucky ’89 horror: Say what you will, but I LOVES me some Deep Star Six. Miguel Ferrer! Mutant monster things! I watched it a lot when I was a kid. That, and The Abyss, I think, are my earliest childhood memories of underwater “monster” movies (let’s not get all cranky about The Abyss being a monster movie now, you know what I mean).
Jason from Invasion of the B Movies is writing a book. Which is awesome, and that’s pretty much all I gotta say about that.
Now, who can outgeek each other in the comments section, hmm?