Thursday, June 30, 2011

What's This! A Double Movie Review?!

I know. Kerry, here to talk about two movies?! What kind of insane worlds have collided that I've gone to the theaters twice in one week? Well, fate just happened to be kind and align circumstances together to allow these things to happen, regardless of the fact that I'm broke. :) So! Be ready for my two spoiler-free reviews!

Transformers - Dark of the Moon
(nuh uh promotional poster, it came out June 29...)

Yes, the newest, and final, Bayformers movie. The thing with these movies... *sigh* I enjoyed the first one. It had it's flaws, but overall a movie that made me feel overjoyed at the sight of my childhood put into an elaborate action movie. The second one... >.> It is sitting on my dvd shelf, but I really can't say I liked it very much at all. And because of my feelings for RotF, from minute one I have been negative towards the third installment. The the trailer came out. I found myself saying "Wow, that actually looks pretty badass. But I don't want to like it. Don't make me." Thanks to a work perk, I was able to see it Tuesday night for free, as part of a retail training. And here we go.
I liked it. :-O I'm not saying it didn't have it's problems, but unlike RotF they didn't distract me from the whole of the movie. This is what I would like to dub the fun action movie of the summer. So here we have it. A Cybertronian space craft escapes the escalating war that destroyed their home world, and crashes on Earth's moon in the 60s. This incident is what fuels America's desire to put a man on the moon. One of the fuel sales from the craft, known as the Ark (holler back to the original show! ^.^) is uncovered by Optimus Prime during a mission (oh, yeah, they work with the military now and just...do stuff). Obviously, he is quite upset that this discovery was kept secret from them, and sets out to get the rest of them and revive his mentor, Sentinel Prime, before the Decepticons beat them to it.
On the flip side, you have Sam Witwicky. He is out of college and on the miserable hunt for a job. And he has a new girlfriend. I rejoiced at the end of Megan Fox. This newbie's name is Carly, played by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (Victoria's Secret model). The mandatory eye candy is still there, but it was VERY refreshing having this new face. And regardless of what some people are determined to say, Rosie did quite a good job with the role, in my eyes. Especially since this is her first role in anything. Definitely did better than MFox. Though...a cardboard cutout of MFox could've done better than the real MFox...
Hi jinks ensue, Megatron is essentially a beaten-up hobo, the government refuses to acknowledge that they need Sam's help with shit starts to go down...which of course bites them in the ass very very hard later on. The plot revolves around the Decepticons wanting to revive Cybertron and controlling all of Earth (and thanks to the reminder from Richard over at Planned Banter, is a reference to The Ultimate Doom story line from gen 1). It, like the other movies, has holes, and is quite bizarre at times. But at this point, pretty much anything goes with Michael Bay. The action sequences are AMAZING. Breathtaking, in some points, due to how it looks, and the intensity that is portrayed. Shockwave was a definite favorite for me. I don't know what about him made me fangirl so much, but his design was amazing, and seeing him snake through a tear up a building in Chicago made my jaw drop.
Look at him go! I LOVE IT!

Some of the actors in it really made the movie for me. Leonard Nimoy voices Sentinel Prime, and gets his obligatory Star Trek references. Some minor characters were cast with the lovely faces of Patrick Dempsey, John Malkovich, Ken Jeong, and Alan Tudyk. All played great roles and made me so darn happy.
Now, this movie does have its' issues. As I mentioned already, the plot and some scenes have consistency issues they didn't take care of in editing. But whatever. Bay still never got the personalities of some of the Transformers right. Optimus was now a hell of a lot more badass, but also psychotic. "We kill them all." Hilarious. The biggest thing, really, was the ending. It just...stopped. The last 5 minutes of the film made me go WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK. And not in a good way. To have so much intense shit going down, and what was probably an hour of explosions and the utter destruction of Chicago, it's like they were just "Well, nothing else to blow up, let's end and go home!"
All that aside, I was pleasantly surprised by Dark of the Moon. It is something I will pick up on blu-ray, and enjoy more than once. It was what Revenge of the Fallen should have been. A fun excuse to have many robots and tons of explosions with a good Transformers plot. Michael Bay ended this trilogy on a high note, but thankfully is the end of an era.

Cars 2
The Cars franchise has generated an estimated $5 billion through merchandise, the highest any Pixar movie has ever gained. Surprising when I first heard this, but made sense. Cars. Hot Wheels! The only contender I could see if having is Toy Story. After all....TOYS. But no, it blew Toy Story out of the water.
Regardless of that fact, Cars seems to be one of the more unpopular Pixar movies that have been made. People just...don't like it. I know this partially because I actually used to be one of these people. The first time I watched the original Cars, I fell asleep during it. But once I sat down to it again, I really enjoyed myself.
Cars 2 has a completely different feel from the first one. Cars was light-hearted and nostalgic. The good old days of Route 66. It had a slower feel to it that I believe in the eyes of some people was one of its' turn offs. Cars 2 throws you RIGHT in the action. There are explosions. Yes, explosions. And guns! Seriously! It's more in the now and has a lot to do with an alternative oil option that's a more green option than diesel gas. A car by the name of Miles Axelrod (voiced by Eddie Izzard), creates this green fuel, and announces a racing series called the "World Grand Prix" as a means to promote it, where all the combatants use this biofuel, Allinol. On the flip side, a group of older cars form a group that is led by a mysterious mastermind who owns the largest untapped oil reservoir in the world. They plot to sabotage the races to make Allinol look unsafe, so people would depend heavily on these reserves.
The main character of the movie is Mater, the less-than-bright tow truck voiced by Larry the Cable Guy. So...if you didn't like that character in the first movie, I can almost guarantee that you won't enjoy this one. I think Mater's just too funny, so it didn't bother me. Michael Caine voiced the car that ends up being his counterpart, a British spy trying to uncover the plot against the Grand Prix, so having the two ends of the spectrum like that was pretty funny. He misakes Mater for an American spy that houses intelligence that's key to their investigation, and gets pulled into all sorts of trouble because of it.
Cars 2 is Pixar's worst reviewed feature film to date, with an average score of 5/10. The consensus has seemed to be that it's as visually appealing as any other Pixar movie, but all the dazzle can't disguise its' rusty storytelling. I tend to disagree. It is another FUN summer movie with a decent plot. It's very entertaining, and has a much different feel than the first one. Maybe having Mater as the main character hurt the movie in the eyes of people. But I just didn't feel that way.
Oh Mater... You're so silly

Both of these films are available to watch in 3D, of course. I saw neither of them in this format. The word out there is that Transformers is not worth it, and I haven't heard for Cars. I was highly entertained by both these movies, and am sure both blu-rays will be sitting on my shelf soon after their home release.
Thank you for reading my ramblings about these movies! And feel free to post a comment and shoot an email our way, letting me know how you liked either of these movies, and also what you thought of my reviews of them!

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Monday, June 27, 2011

This Is What I'm Listening Too...Andy Grammer

Andy Grammer (Tressa and Kerry's laughter is heard in the background) is a singer-songwriter from L.A. I briefly mentioned this guy a few episodes. I stumbled upon his self titled debut album while researching the new release for Seckman's Selections.

I picked up a copy of the CD and have to tell you that it's pretty awesome. It's a great pop/rock album for the summer. Here's the video for his first single "Keep Your Head Up" (starring The Office's Rainn Wilson).

Amazon has a special right now: Andy Grammer [+Video] [+Digital Booklet] for only $5.99!

This is the world as I hear it! ~Matt

Sunday, June 26, 2011

5 Foreign Films You Should Watch (If You Haven't Already)

Hey Poppers! Tressa has posted a few fun movie-oriented lists in the past few days, and there was a list I wanted to share with you all too.
I love foreign films. Something about them... it's hard for me to really explain. But especially in a time where Hollywood doesn't want to do more than remakes and....American ports of foreign films... *cough* ... I guess it's something about how foreign movies still have fresh ideas to them. Amazing, really. So, in no particular order, I give you some of my favorite foreign films!!

Moon Child (April 2003)
My initial draw to this movie was the two stars of it: famous Japanese music artists Gackt (Malice Mizer) and Hyde (L'Arc-en-Ciel). In high school I was introduced to the glory that is J-Rock, and when I found out these two had done a movie, I was beside myself.
This movie takes place in 2014, where Japan has suffered a major economic collapse and its' people are forced to emigrate to China. It focuses on 3 orphan boys (one of which is Gackt's character, a boy named Sho) and their encounter with a young-looking man named Kei who turns out to be a vampire (Hyde). It follows the lives of these two as Sho grows up, leading to complications in their relationship where Kei doesn't age. The complications only start there, dealing with gangs, drugs, death... A movie that has it's real funny moments, but loves to make me cry. I have watched this movie so many times that I really don't need subtitles anymore.

Night Watch (July 2004)
Another supernatural movie. In this, the forces of Light and Darkness have co-existed for hundreds of years due to a truce created on both ends of the spectrum. They have been monitored by each other by specific "police" groups called the Night Watch (those who monitor Dark Others) and the Day Watch (who monitor the Light Others). The Dark Others are made up of beings like vampires, witches, shape-shifters...etc. A chain of events that has been prophesied since medieval times starts to occur, where an immortal with very special powers switches sides and shatters the balance, unleashing an apocalyptic war.
It is based off the first of a book trilogy written by Sergey Lukyanenko. The second book, Day Watch, has also been adapted. Twilight Watch, the final book, has not started production yet, though rights have been acquired by FOX to do so.
I thought this was a very unique story involving things like vampires and humans who have supernatural abilities that are usually life-changing. The different skill sets you get to see are too cool - one girl can shape-shift into a tiger - and is just fascinating.

The Lives of Others (March 2006)
This movie takes place in the German Democratic Republic in 1984-85, and involves the Stasi (GDR's secret police) monitoring the cultural scene of East Berlin. It focuses on one of the agents being assigned to monitor/spy on a successful playwright, all because a corrupt government official wants the playwright's girlfriend and will do anything to incriminate him and bring him down.
In college, I took a History of Berlin class. This was one of the many movies we watched in the duration of the semester. I went in to this a little....skeptical. It didn't seem like something I would stay interested in watching. Boy, was I wrong. I got sucked in watching this Stasi agent Gerd Wiesler as his job begins conflicting with his dedicated socialist beliefs. It really is a beautiful, struggling journey.

A Tale of Two Sisters (June 2003)
South Korea
Ah...the Asian psychological horror film. It focuses on sisters Su-Mi and Su-Yeon moving back home with their father and step-mother after being in hospital for a period of time. The relationship between these two and the step-mother is a VERY tense one. Around the same time, strange events start occurring around the same time as them returning. Things get creepy with dead lurky girls, and things between the girls and step-mother go from bad to worse. And the twist at the end... Whew.
I had to watch this movie twice before really taking in everything and having it all make sense. And when I did it was like "Whaaaaa omg!". It is freaky and brilliant. Unfortunately, this movie has suffered the disease I like to call "Americanization". The 2009 movie The Uninvited is a remake of it. I have refused to see it... From everything I've understood, they took the basic idea of A Tale of Two Sisters but at the same time, is so different, I just know it would drive me crazy to watch. The original is just too amazing.

Death Note (June 2006)
Yes indeed! The live action movies based on the popular manga of the same name. The premise is, of course, the same. Brilliant student Light Yagami comes across a notebook called the Death Note - a shinigami notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in it.
This adaptation went along with the story perfectly. They deviated only slightly from what we all know and love, and was done with care. In the end, the outcome is slightly different than the manga as well. Not giving anything away, obviously, but I personally like the outcome of the movies better. No matter which you prefer, though, it's very refreshing to see a "could have been" scenario.
These movies were dubbed when brought over to America, and while I prefer watching the Japanese audio, I actually enjoy the dub. Something I NEVER thought I would say! They got every single voice actor they hired to do the anime, and the way they dubbed it, the words matched the actors' mouths quite well. None of that distracting I'm-still-talking-even-though-my-mouth-is-no-longer-moving issue, or vice versa.

And there you have it!! I hope all of you enjoyed this post, and hopefully have found one or two new movies to try and enjoy! If you do, send a comment my way and let me know. :-D

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Ten Underrated Films

I love doing these types of lists because there’s always someone somewhere who hasn’t scene at least one of these films.  And a list of this nature can vary greatly from one person to the next and it really depends on your definition of underrated.  I’d previously created a top ten underrated films list for *coughs* another podcast...If you want to read the original it’s still there...(10 thru 6 and 5 thru 1).  I suggest you do because it’s a pretty damn fine list if I do say so myself.  And I won’t be repeating any...that defeats the purpose.  
Although I seem to be the most “movie oriented” geek on Beaucoup Pop, I find a hard time calling myself a guru.  There’s still a ton that I haven’t seen that I really need to.  I LOVE movies, they’re a part of my world, and I just enjoy being able to give you good people a list of ones that you might have missed.  It’s my way of spreading the good word.  “COME, gather round children as I teach you the gospel according to Tressa!”

10.) Equilibrium
Serious face time.

Okay...so this is one film that I know is not everyone's cup of tea.  So don’t get angry with me if you watch it and think, “Tressa must be hitting the booze pretty hard.”  It’s a futurist world were people take calm the f**k down medicine that removes all feelings....all of them.  Items that produce feeling are also taken away.  What, we don’t get puppies!!!???? This way there’s no war...yaayyy!!!!...Wut?  Equilibrium is directed by Kurt Wimmer (Ultraviolet) and stars Christian (I’m Batman) Bale, Sean (I die in EVERYTHING) Bean, Emily Watson, and Taye Diggs...one of these things is not like the other.  The choreography with the gun fights are inventive and stand out from previous films of this nature and the concept is pretty interesting.  And you get an emotionless Bale...so there’s really no, “WHAT don’t you F**KING UNDERSTAND!!???” moments. :)  Overall, it’s a great popcorn movie that shouldn’t be overlooked.

Drop it like it’s haaaawwwt.

9.) Van Helsing

*In my best singing voice* Seeeeexy people!!!!

Stephen Sommers, the director that brought you The Mummy, The Mummy Returns and G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra....or as I like to call it G.I. Joe: Rise of my Lunch.  So the guy doesn’t have much of a track record, Van Helsing really is his best in my eyes.  Most people bitched and moaned that it was too campy, but I’m pretty sure it was supposed to be like that guys.  If it wasn’t, oops...worked for me!  I don’t really have to go into the plot much, Van Helsing vs. vampires, Dracula, The Wolfman, Jekyll and Hyde,  yada yada.  All I’m saying is that if you give me a movie with Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale and a slew of good ‘ol monsters...I’m gonna love it.

My...what a big gun...crossbow? you have?...

8.) Death at a Funeral (Original)
Yea, that’s a butt.

One of my biggest pet peeves is when Hollywood takes perfectly good foreign films and tries to reinvent them.  This is a prime example of why that doesn’t need to happen.  Death at a Funeral, originally a British comedy, was released in 2007 and directed by Frank Oz...yep, that Frank Oz.  If you’ve seen the remake *sigh* it’s pretty much the same exact plot...but the original is with a bunch of Brits, and a hell of a lot better.  It’s pretty light-hearted but an overall winner in my book with actors like Alan Tudyk (Firefly) and Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones) in the mix.

Now that looks like a party.

7.) District B13
Guh...one of the worst movie posters I’ve ever seen...but don’t let that fool you!

French film time!!!  This is not the type of film that pops into your mind when you think French foreign film, and that’s what makes it awesome.  Taken director Pierre Morel brings you into a future where France has sectioned off the ghetto and they try desperately to ignore that it’s even there anymore.  They will go to great lengths to get rid of it too.  The film focuses mainly on actors David Belle and Cyril Raffaelli, two of the greatest at Parkour...and when you think, “Hardcore Parkour!!!” these are the guys who should come to mind.  Did I mention that Luc Besson is one of the writers?  If you don’t know who he is, he’s brought us; The Fifth Element, Leon: The Professional, and Taken just to name a few.  Seriously, if you love action films, this is one you cannot go without.

Dude, do you have to show off during fire drills?

6.) Drop Dead Gorgeous
Wow...this has some of the worst quotes on it’s DVD cover....”Drop dead funny!”...really?

Drop Dead Gorgeous is directed by Michael Patrick Jann (best known from The State) and it is best described as a mockumentary/dark comedy from the late 90’s.  It stars Kirsten Dunst, Kirstie Alley, Brittney Murphy, and Denise Richards.  If you look close enough, you’ll also see Amy Adams in one of her earlier roles.  It follows all these girls on their journey through a beauty pageant, the Sarah Rose Cosmetics Mount Rose American Teen Princess Pageant...yep.  You soon find out that the girls are dropping like flies and the chaos just keeps building as the film progresses.  Denise Richards’ talent portion of the show is truly one of the best reasons to see this film.

This isn’t even it...I’m not gonna spoil it for you!

5.) Pitch Black

Wow, I mean really...they’ve gotten so much better with poster designs these days.

Ahhhh...those were the days when no one knew who the hell Vin Diesel was.  Here’s yet another future based film with a very different take to it.  It’s a pretty basic plot: fugitive is being transported when space ship crashes, he escapes only to find they’ve crashed on a planet with crazy flying alien creatures....well now he has to protect everyone???  Sounds dumb, but it’s not...it’s really quite entertaining, plus Vin Diesel has bad-ass, only can see super well at night, eyes.  It did well enough to spawn sequels,an animated movie, and a couple video games.  It’s the one film on my list that’s done well for itself, but I still think as a whole the original from 2000 goes overlooked when it comes to good sci-fi films.

Shhhhhhh....quite guys, I think Paul Walker’s over there...he’ll ask me to be in more Fast and Furious junk.

4.) Munich

Now that’s how you do a excellent movie poster!!!  Simple yet eye-catching.

This is, I feel, an very overlooked Steven Spielberg film.  You’ve got Eric Bana, who plays a former Mossad agent contracted to hunt and kill a list of Black September members thought to be responsible for the eleven Israeli athletes' murders.  Couple that with screenplay by Tony Kushner (Angels in America) and Eric Roth (Forest Gump, Curious Case of Benjamin Button) you’ve a pretty good cocktail of amazing going on.  I’m not really sure why this film has become kinda forgotten about.  Maybe because it has kind of a older film feel to it, or it’s not the fastest moving plot.  All in all it’s great...period.  Eric Bana is always a winner in my book...too bad he did that crap Hulk film.

This isn’t from Munich...I just thought it needed to be shown.

3.) I Love You to Death

Yay pajamas!!!!!.....wut?

I Love You to Death is a real classic and it’s one of those films that when I bring it up on occasion no one seems to know about it...this is a travesty.  Directed by Lawrence Kasdan who is also known for...prepare thy self...receiving four Academy Awards nominations for The Big Chill (screenplay), Grand Canyon (screenplay), best film nom. on The Accidental Tourist, writer on The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark, AND director for Silverado, Wyatt Earp, Dreamcatcher, French Kiss.....I’m worn out.  So, back to the movie on the list.  It’s another dark comedy that’s loosely based on an actual attempted murder that took place in 1984 were this cray cray tried repeatedly to kill her husband, and was a massive failure at it.  Makes for a wonderful comedy staring Kevin Kline, Tracey Ullman, Joan Plowright, River Phoenix, William Hurt, and Keanu Reeves.  Holy crap that’s a lot of very talented people for one film.

Damn it Keanu always brings the mood down!!!

2.) A Perfect World

That is one massive Eastwood noggin.    

In this 1993 film, directed by the incredible Cling Eastwood, and escaped convict (Kevin Costner) befriends a young boy on his road trip with the Texas Ranger (Eastwood) constantly on their tail.  I know what you’re thinking...that sounds...ummmm...like our good friend and guest Billy Boyd would say, “Ookie”.  It’s not though, or at least from my memories as a child watching this movie, I never thought it was.  The chemistry between Costner and T.J. Lowther (the kid) is pretty amazing and well...heartbreaking.  I won’t spoil anything for you but I cry every time I watch this film, and I’m not really one to cry during movies.  I get teary just thinking about it. :’(  It’s a Clint Eastwood film that’s been buried under so many of his other fantastic films.  On my list of his, it would be at the top.

Sigh....I want the old Kevin Costner to come back...I miss him.

1.) Stardust
I was destined to be in love with this movie from the get go.

I had already read and loved the book before hand.  I mean come on, Neil Gaiman is my numero uno author...need it, love it, want some more of it.  And if I’m not mistaken, this was the first full length feature film adaptation of his work.  Stardust had a budget of 70 mil. and unfortunately only made 38.6 million in domestic.  I won’t go into the plot, because frankly it will take too long.  I will say there’s a fallen star (Clare “where have you been?” Danes), lighting pirates that sail the high winds in the clouds (Robert De Nero), three super old-ass witches (Michelle Pfeiffer at the helm) and handful of princes hell bent to find the kingdom’s ruby...

One of which is non-other than Mark “I freakin’ love you” Strong.

There’s also unicorns, magic transporting candles, ghosts, man-goats, and...I mean, really do I need to go on after man-goat???  Let just me break it down for you....based off of a Neil Gaiman book, directed by Matthew Vaughn (Kick Ass, X-Men First Class), Claire Danes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Nero, and oh....MARK STRONG!!!  Seriously what more do you people need???  That’s all I need...forever.

Well, that's it for now Poppers!  I really hope you enjoyed my list, it's not a top ten but just some that I think deserve attention.  Till next time!

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Top Ten Movie Villains

I felt it was time for me to do another one of my top ten lists, and this time you lovely folks are getting my top ten movie villains.  I don't think it's any mystery that most of my favorites actors are almost ALWAYS playing the part of the villain....not sure what that says about me....but that's not what I'm here for, right?  You guys can discuss my oddities on your own time. <.<  >.>  I'm not giving a synopsis of each character...that's what Wiki is for.  I'm just here to give you a list of my favorites and why of course.  Let's kick this off shall we!?

10.) Hans Gruber (Die Hard)
 Why yes, my beard is phenomenal.

This is probably the most two-dimensional character on my list, but I had to get Alan Rickman on here!!!  The guy's a genus and his voice rocks my world.  He's played villainous characters for years but Gruber is an oldie but goody.  All he wants really is a butt load of money from the bank, but that McClane dude keeps thwarting his agenda!  There's not much to the character but he's by far one of the most memorable villains, because Rickman can pull off just about anything.

 Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire is that bad...I know!!!...close your mouth, you look simple.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

C2E2 2011 Video Diary Part 6

Our final video from C2E2. We meet up with the rest of our group, compare our bounty and say good by to C2E2 and Chicago! The music used in the video is "On VHS" by Computer Magic.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Big Announcement!!

All of us over here at Beaucoup Pop want to finally share the amazing news! Our very own Justin has officially become a daddy!! :-D

Poppers, say hello to Gwendolyn Julia Stewart!

Mommy looks great :)

She was born June 10, 2011 at 5:04am. The next picture is my personal favorite, showing off her rock star hair. ;)

Everyone has been doing great, and they got to go home sweet home just two days later, on Sunday.

Since Justin is on baby duty now, he's going to have to take a break from the show for a little while. We're getting special guests to help fill in the empty chair until his return, so be sure to tune in tomorrow for our first one!

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Monday, June 6, 2011

New Fright Night Trailer

Okay, I am just TOO excited! New Fright Night trailer finally satisfies my long-awaited need: more David Tennant. And it puts icing on the yummy cake by having him shirtless. :3

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Sunday, June 5, 2011

DJ Rob Presents: Transonic Sounds - 80's Mixtape

This is an awesome music podcast by DJ Rob that I stumbled upon on PodOmatic. This mix features some awesome mixes from the 80's!!

The 80's: Big beats, big shoulder pads & even bigger hair. It's no wonder it was the definition of amusing, musical madness. Every 80's hit is a memory from the time vault of retro reminiscence & here are just some of the songs that defined the 80's.


1. Bizarre love triangle (Shep Pettibone Dance Mix) – New Order
2. Into the groove (Love To Infinity Classic Mix) – Madonna
3. Physical (Funky House Mix) – Olivia Newton-John
4. Everything she wants (Todd Terry Club Mix) – Wham!
5. Personal Jesus (Trentemøller Remix) – Depeche Mode
6. Here comes the rain again (StoneBridge Remix) – Eurythmics
7. A little respect (Wayne G's Hurdy Gurdy Mix) – Erasure
8. Together in electric dreams (EMP 12" Remix) – Giorgio Moroder & Phil Oakey
9. The winner takes it all (Gustavo Scorpio Remix) – ABBA
10. I can’t go for that (no can do) (Kaskade Remix) – Hall & Oates
11. Everybody wants to rule the world (Chosen Few Remix) – Tears For Fears
12. Gold (Almighty Remix) – Spandau Ballet

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Artist of the Month: Mahmud Asrar

It's time for artist of the month again and this time it's the extremely talented artist, Mahmud Asrar, hailing all the way from Turkey!  Here's a slice of what he's done:
You can check out all of Mahmud's work on Deviant Art or his website aaaaand you can also follow him on Twitter @mahmudasrar  So be sure to show some love to this amazing artist!!!

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Blacula (1972) Widescreen Trailer

This was brought up on the new episode. Enjoy!

: Justin

Hello Poppers!