Due to “circumstances” I need to keep this brief. So, here’s the trailer for Season Five of The Walking Dead made with LEGO, thanks to the efforts of Kristo499.
I like it. Perhaps the actual show should be LEGO all the time? Might be an improvement.
Oh, here’s the “real” trailer for Season Five featuring humans. Which is better? You decide.
Posted in Geek, Trailers, TV
Tagged AMC, Andrew Lincoln, Comics, Lauren Cohan, Lego, Melissa McBride, Norman Reedus, The Walking Dead, Trailers, TV, Zombies
I have what could be described by some as “patience issues.” For the layman (or woman) that means I don’t like waiting … for anything.
Of course, in life you often have to wait for things, so over the years I’ve developed my skills and refined my technique. These days I can pretty much do it — if I have too. But occasionally, it’s really, really difficult.
The source of my difficulty at the moment is the movie Interstellar, directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine. I’m really having a hard time waiting for this one to come out. It has all the things I love in a movie: space, spaceships, cool science, drama, action, mystery and more.
You can see what I mean if you watch this new trailer, which arrived a few days ago. In a word, the movie looks amazing. November can’t come soon enough.
Posted in Geek, Movies, Trailers
Tagged Anne Hathaway, Christopher Nolan, Interstellar, Kip Thorne, Matthew McConaughey, Michael Caine, Sci-Fi, Science, Space, Trailers, Wormholes
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved movies. Good ones, bad ones and everything in between. There’s just something about a movie that does it for me.
Truth be told, I’ve seen a lot of movies over the years. I’m not really sure how many. And when I see one that looks as entertaining, as interesting and, let’s face it, as crazy as Birdman, I feel I should point it out so others can hopefully enjoy it too.
So, with that in mind, here’s the new trailer for Birdman, featuring the somewhat underrated (IMHO) Michael Keaton.
Posted in Movies, Trailers
Tagged Alejandro Iñárritu, Birdman, Edward Norton, Emma Stone, Michael Keaton, Movies, Naomi Watts, Something I Want to See, Trailers, Zach Galifianakis
Samuel L. Jackson is one of the best and most entertaining actors working today. I’ve been a fan of his since way back. No, I wasn’t “into him before anybody.” I’m no hipster.
I just think he’s very, very good at a variety of roles and always seems to keep them fresh. He does, however, have one thing he goes back to again and again with pretty much every character he plays.
What is that one thing? Well, he seems to like to use the word “motherfucker” quite a bit. I can’t blame him, it’s a pretty effective word and does tend to get his point across. He just seems to use it a lot more than pretty much any other word. How much?
Well, some folks at HuffPo Movie Mashups decided to find out and put together an entire supercut of every time Jackson uses it. It’s pretty amazing.
As many of you know, it’s San Diego Comic-Con time this week and thousands of geeks/nerds will be making their way to the promised land to experience all the Con has to offer. I will not be one of those geeks/nerds.
Well, that’s not entirely true. I will be going to San Diego, but just for one day. That’s it.
So, for those of you who care, I will be at the Con on Saturday and will be wandering the halls getting into adventures. If you happen to run into me, feel free to say “Hello.” But no, I won’t be giving out any free hugs. Sorry.
Why am I only going on Saturday? Well, let’s just say I’m trying to avoid any Imperial entanglements. That sounds a lot cooler than the real reason.
Happy Nerd Prom to one and all!
Posted in Comics, Cool Stuff, Geek, Personal
Tagged Comic-Con, Comics, Events, Games, Movies, Nerd Prom, San Diego Comic-Con, SDCC, SDCC14, TV
Well, to those of you in the United States at least. The rest of you? Happy Friday.
Hey, that’s great too. I love Fridays. The day, not the restaurant. The restaurant kinda sucks, truth be told.
Anyway, that was a bit off topic. We will be celebrating our nation’s independence by doing almost nothing. That’s right, I’m not even going to fire up the barbeque.
Does that make me un-American? I think not. We’re just using today to rest up for the rest of the weekend. I can assure you we will be consuming mass quantities of BBQ, and related, over the next couple days. Plus, there’s probably gonna be some adult beverages in the mix too. It happens.
Enjoy your weekend.
Last year, around this time, I waxed sentimental about the loss of my own father and how I was very much looking forward to, finally, becoming a father myself. Now that my son is here, and has been for nine months, I feel I’ve gained some insight into what it really means to be a father and also some idea of what my own father went through with me.
Unfortunately, I’m too tired to tell you about all that right now. But here’s the gist: fatherhood is the most amazing and most terrifying thing I’ve ever done.
I can’t believe I waited this long to do it, but I’m so glad I did. I got the exact kid I was supposed to get (if you believe in that sort of thing) and watching him grow up and experience all life has to offer (and helping guide him on his journey) is a privilege I will treasure always. I will also try very hard not to screw it up.
So Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, but especially to mine. I get it now Dad. Thank you.