The first official trailer for Robert Rodriguez' adaptation of Frank Miller's Sin City.
Tuesday, December 28, 2004
Friday, December 24, 2004
Thursday, December 23, 2004
You don’t tug on Superman’s cape.
This is a guy who can thread a tank through the eye of a needle. He can see the weather in Beirut and he knows what air freshener you used in your house six months ago by the smell of your clothes. You don’t mess with this guy.
It bugs me to see even minor villains all being so patronizing to Superman. That’s just asking for it. I don’t care how arrogant you are, this is a guy you treat with respect, and you’d damn well better say his name in all caps while you’re at it. People who call him the ‘big boy scout,’ should probably understand that very few boy scouts have heat vision, super-speed and an unbeaten track record for making despots and psychotic geniuses kiss his fist. I strongly suspect most of the villain community says his name in hushed tones, if they say it at all.
- Gail Simone, writer
Posted by chrishaley at 3:13 PM
Saturday, December 18, 2004
Judas Priest have named their soon to be released album featuring the return of Rob Halford.
Angel of Retribution will hit stores all over the US on March 1.
Look forward to an AC/DC double DVD in April.
This idiot rendered me speechless by reaching for levels of thoughtlessness, insensitivity, and unadulterated ignorance I previously thought unattainable. If you were a fan of Dimebag, heavy metal, or even rock music in general (or even if just someone you care about was into any of those) you need to check it out.
Apprarently, Queen is about to go on tour.
Posted by chrishaley at 7:23 PM
Thursday, December 16, 2004
Sunday, December 12, 2004
QUEEN guitarist Brian May- "We are all gutted to hear of the senseless and tragic death of Dimbag Darrell, who was shot by a 'fan' who climbed on the stage at a show of his new band, Damageplan. He was of course better known for his great playing in Pantera. Pantera were, I think, the first band that I and my son Jimmy both got equally excited about. It was Jimmy who first got me to see them. They were a great band, and Dimebag was an innovative and passionate player. Great musician. Terrible loss. My respects to him, to his family and friends. Also to those who were killed trying to save him and apprehend the gunman. RIP."
Thursday, December 09, 2004
If you enjoyed the first poster for Batman Begins that debuted the other day, you might be interested to see the first international poster for the flick that debuted yesterday.
It's pretty rad.
We can all also look forward to seeing the second teaser trailer sometime next week.
The first trailer for Tim Burton's remake of Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.
Mr. Depp looks a little creepy in it at times, but I'm sure he gives a fantastic performance.
My Australian friend, Matt Pott, recently hipped me to this awesome bit of Astroboy merch.
Nice interview with Ryan Reynolds (aka Van Wilder) about the just released Blade : Trinity.
Holy crap, man!
I only need ONE MORE PERSON to sign up and complete one of the free trial offers, and I get my free iPod!
A lot of you signed up, but didn't complete one of the free offers, so if you're one of those people (or if you're a new person), I'd be very, very grateful if you would do so.
I wanted one of those iPods before just because they're cool and all, but now that I have no music whatsoever in my car after it got broken into Monday night, it'd be nice to have something to make my drives to school and work and around town a little less silent.
Posted by chrishaley at 9:13 PM
Wednesday, December 08, 2004
Tuesday, December 07, 2004
Sunday, December 05, 2004
Wednesday, December 01, 2004
The early details on Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, and Bruce Campbell's upcoming remake of The EVIL DEAD.
Apparently Paul W.S. Anderson (the guy that directed AVP and Resident Evil) is going to write the next Aliens flick.
For those of you who haven't seen it, here's The Incredible Hulk's blog.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:39 AM
Thursday, November 25, 2004
Thursday, November 18, 2004
How'd you like a free iPod?
I know I want one.
That's where you come in.
Click this link.
Complete one of the free offers.
Get some friends to do the same.
I get a free iPod.
You get a free iPod.
I heard about it from the Screen Savers on TechTV, and they said it was for real.
That's good enough for me.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:12 PM
Sunday, November 14, 2004
Thursday, November 11, 2004
Sunday, November 07, 2004
Speaking of The Incredibles (as you may have seen me doing over in my journal), here's a great review of the flick.. which I have seen twice in the three days it's been out. The review does contain some spoilers though, so .. umm... beware, I guess, if you haven't seen it yet. I'll tell you they gave it a 9.3 out of 10.
You should probably just go ahead and leave and go see it right now.
And since Christmas is right around the corner, I don't mind telling you that if you're looking for something to get me, look no further than The Incredibles Store at Amazon.com.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:15 AM
Saturday, November 06, 2004
Tuesday, November 02, 2004
Sunday, October 31, 2004
A fun interview with Bob and David.. of Mr. Show with Bob and David.
For those of you that are interested, I'm going to be selling A LOT of my favorite comics.
Here's an example.
If you think you might be interested in them, or know someone who is, please feel free to go check that out.
Posted by chrishaley at 11:18 PM
Friday, October 29, 2004
Thursday, October 28, 2004
Friday, October 22, 2004
Thursday, October 21, 2004
Get yourself acquainted with the name, Brandon Routh, for he is officially the new Superman in Bryan Singer's huge upcoming film returning the Man of Steel to silver screens around the world.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:30 PM
Sunday, October 17, 2004
Thursday, October 14, 2004
Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Saturday, October 09, 2004
This car sounds great.
Go read about it. I'm starting you off on page 3, so you'll have to go back and read pages 1 and 2. You can handle it.
Tyrannosaurus Rex may have had a nice coat of fluffy feathers.
I'm Gonna Beat Pac-Man music video. Worth seeing if you never have. Some bad language though.
Posted by chrishaley at 5:53 PM
Friday, October 08, 2004
Thursday, October 07, 2004
So there's this guy.
His name is David Benioff.
He wrote Troy and The 25th Hour.
He's going to be writing the Wolverine spin-off movie if Hugh Jackman agrees to star in it.
Chances are it will be called Weapon X or Wolverine : Weapon X.
Even more new alternate Super Mario names have been submitted!
Thanks go to Doug for all of these. E-me to submit your own.
- Super Mario World Police
- Super Mario Revolutions
- Super Mario Strikes Back
- Super Mario Microwavable Safe
- Super Mario Conjugal Visit
- Super Mario Three Ply
- Super Mario Speaker Phone
- Super Mario Turkish Gold
He also sent in these alternate Donkey Kong names.. for some reason.
- Donkey Kong Prepaid Postage
- Donkey Kong Jr. Literacy
Posted by chrishaley at 3:32 AM
Tuesday, October 05, 2004
Corey did this picture for me quite a while ago, and I forgot to put it up here.
He's a genius.
I'm an idiot for not putting it up sooner.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:39 AM
It's time for another round of alternate Super Mario names! I'll be putting stars (*) next to the ones I think could actually end up as Mario games.
- Super Mario Mandarin Chicken
- Super Mario Full Release
- Super Mario Laugh til ya Pee
- Super Mario Richard Grieco
- Super Mario Testerosa
- Super Mario Building Blocks*
- Super Mario Drug Runner
- Super Mario in Another Horse Adventure*
- Super Mario Does Pam Grier
- Super Mario Hits His Kids
- Super Mario Makes Out with a Dog
- Super Mario Steal Your Mail
- Super Mario Cable Hijack
- Super Mario Ninja High School : Year 12
- Super Mario Castle of Morphing Shit
I'm pretty sure you can thank Edward and Katie for all of those.
Posted by chrishaley at 2:22 AM
Tuesday, September 28, 2004
Saturday, September 25, 2004
Tuesday, September 21, 2004
Sunday, September 19, 2004
Friday, September 17, 2004
Thursday, September 16, 2004
After he's finished Episode III : Revenge of the Sith, George Lucas is talking about turning the Star Wars movies over to other writers/directors/etc. Read more.
Listen to the entire new Green Day album, American Idiot, for free right here.
You can also check out this fun clip from the set of Peter Jackson's King Kong featuring Jack Black.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:30 PM
Tuesday, September 14, 2004
Tim Wheeler (ASH) and Justin Hawkins (The Darkness) are forming a rock supergroup called White Slave. Click away!
Own Marty McFly's hat from Back to the Future 2!
A new 6 wheel sports car from Italy.
One man's list of the 25 Best Futurama Moments. Definitely worth reading whether you're a fan or have never seen it.. as it will make you want to watch it. You dig?
Saves the Day have been dropped from Dreamworks Records. This saddens me, as I feel In Reverie, their first and now only Dreamworks album, is possibly their best work.
More of the best commercials from the 80s!
Posted by chrishaley at 5:47 PM
Saturday, September 11, 2004
Check out this site that shows off some of the changes made for the new DVD release of the original STAR WARS Trilogy. Then you can check this page out that has even more of the changes and updates along with commentary.
From NJ.com, The Jersey Journal has a great review of We 3 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly.
Go read it, and see if it sounds interesting to you.
Go on, I won't tell anyone.
I don't know about you, but I thought this was pretty funny.. in a wrong sort of way.
Also funny.. one .... two
If anyone is still looking for something to get me for my birthday (which is Friday), I have no problem telling you that I want that quite badly.
I've been in search of new watch for some time, and I think that's the one for me.
It can be found for purchase here.
In fact, I'd enjoy pretty much any of that Venture Bros. stuff.
And of course I'm still open to receiving anything from my Amazon.com Wishlist.. which is full of things that I wish I had.
It's even prioritized.
Posted by chrishaley at 6:50 PM
Friday, September 10, 2004
Thursday, September 09, 2004
Tuesday, September 07, 2004
Thursday, September 02, 2004
Sunday, August 29, 2004
Going back on everything he said he was going to do, Kevin Smith is making a sequel to Clerks... which is fine with me. I don't know about that title though.
Steven Seagal may play the villian in Rush Hour 3.
Craig Kilborn has resigned from CBS' The Late Late Show. If I'm not mistaken Friday night was his final episode. I have a hard time imagining where he'll go from here.
They're making a sequel to Deuce Bigalow for some reason.
The people that brought us Wallace & Grommit and Chicken Run are working on a new film called Flushed Away which is set to feature the vocal talents of Sir Ian McKellan and Andy Serkis from The Lord of the Rings Trilogy as well as Sir Ian McKellan and Hugh Jackman from the X-Men flicks.
“Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the Republican National Convention!” more hilarity from CHUD.com
Posted by chrishaley at 4:06 PM
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
First, Nike made the Air Jordan.
Now it looks like Nike will be making the John Lennon.
I promise I'm not making this up.
The upcoming fourth, will be the final season of The Osbournes.
My new favorite blog can be found here.
Who's it belong to?
None other than Green Arrow!
The guy that brought us Batman : Dead End has put his incredible movie making skills to use again.
This time, instead of teaming the Aliens and Predators against Batman, he's teaming Batman with Superman against the combined villiany of Lex Luthor and Two-Face.
Watch the incredible trailer for Sandy Collora's SUPERMAN/BATMAN.
Posted by chrishaley at 8:06 PM
Tuesday, August 24, 2004
Monday, August 23, 2004
Further Seems Forever have a new album coming out Tuesday called Hide Nothing, and I'd be remiss if I didn't recommend it to you all.
I mean, I know I'm going to be buying it.
Check out the site.
An interesting article on why you may not have liked Alien vs Predator.
Go read it if you're one of the people who said it sucked.
A page full of monkeys shouting "I need more comics!" as drawn by a mess of different artists. Like you've got anything better to look at on the internet.
Posted by chrishaley at 2:11 PM
Friday, August 20, 2004
Tuesday, August 17, 2004
Sunday, August 15, 2004
MSNBC reviews the many (possible) faces of Superman.
My pick, Jude Law, is among the candidates.
CBSNews also looks at this particular issue.
While I'm talking about Superman, I saw a bumper stiker the other day that said WWSD?
Except, the "S" was Superman's emblem. It was pretty rad.
If anyone knows where I can get one of these, please let me know!
Posted by chrishaley at 9:10 PM
Monday, August 09, 2004
Hellogoodbye have recorded a great cover of "Weird Science" for an upcoming Oingo Boingo tribute album.
Give it a listen here... scroll to the bottom of the page.
The first 3 seasons of Seinfeld are coming to DVD on November 23!
Complete info available here.
Billy Idol has decided it's time for a new album. I, for one, can't wait.
Check out the Mastodon e-card for their upcoming album, Leviathan.
Check out Roger Ebert's review of Metallica : Some Kind of Monster.
I'm sure some of you out there know someone of the female persuasion.
In fact, I'd be willing to wager that some of you are, in fact, of the female persuasion.
And if you're reading this, I feel like I can safely say that amongst this lot of actual females and females known of, that at least a few enjoy video games.
It is for you that I present this t-shirt.
For yourself or as a gift.
Or if you're an RPGer, how about this one.
Or if you're an old school arcade fan.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:21 PM
Thursday, August 05, 2004
Tuesday, August 03, 2004
Sunday, August 01, 2004
Saturday, July 31, 2004
The trailer for the new film from the creators of South Park has just been released.
It's called Team America : World Police.
I'm already excited.
Go see it at a theater near you in October.
Coming even sooner though, is a film who's jump across the pond I've been anxiously anticipating for some time now.
That film is Shaun of the Dead, a twisted UK horror romantic zombie comedy which will finally see a US release on September 24.
The film boasts a soundtrack that featuers some of my favorite bands, as well as cameos in the film from members of Ash and Coldplay to name a few.
Watch the trailer here.
Have a look at these pictures from Fox's next computer animated movie, Robots.
The flick is the work of Ice Age's Chris Wedge and will feature the voices of Ewan McGregor, Halle Berry, and Greg Kinnear among others.
5 Great Motion Pictures You'll Never See.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:45 PM
Friday, July 30, 2004
Apparently, Orlando Bloom will be the new James Bond. The first flick in the new franchise starring Bloom will take place when Bond was college age.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed Brock Lesnar. Read more.
One of Saturn's moons looks exactly like The Death Star.
Posted by chrishaley at 8:02 PM
Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Absolutely nothing should keep you from watching the teaser trailer for BATMAN BEGINS.
It's so good it almost made me cry.
I don't see how this movie can be anything but amazing.
Check out the final design for Nintendo's new handheld system, the Nintendo DS. Expect it in stores in early 2005.
Star Wars fans should have a look at this.
Is it true?
Posted by chrishaley at 5:29 PM
Tuesday, July 27, 2004
The teaser trailer for The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy is now online!
I'm looking forward to this movie very much.
How has everyone been?
Good I hope.
Read the entire sorted history of the fantastically bad Highlander 2 as well as a review of the new "Ultimate Edition" DVD.
Robert Rodriguez' silver screen version of Frank Miller's SIN CITY may become the best comic adaptation ever.
I'm frightened by how good this movie looks like it's going to turn out. Click here and then here to see what I mean.
Posted by chrishaley at 6:45 PM
Tuesday, July 20, 2004
Posted by chrishaley at 8:29 PM
Monday, July 19, 2004
Okay, here's the deal.
Imagine Rocky, but instead of boxing, it's wrestling.
Then set it in Japan instead of America.
Then replace an Italian guy with a giant squid.
After you've stopped going insane, watch the trailer.
Speaking of Asian insanity, you might as well watch this trailer also.
Check out this e-card for the new ASH single, Starcrossed.
You can also enter to win an XBOX.
Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects, Apt Pupil, X-Men 1 & 2) has been named as the director to restart the Superman franchise for Warner Bros. He'll be bringing Mike Dougherty and Dan Harris along with him to write the script after the three worked so well together penning the second X-Men flick.
It's come to my attention that The WB has a new show based on "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour" called "Blue Collar TV". After hearing about this show I decided, in my infinite generosity, to help The WB by sending them my idea for a new name for the show that I think will really help bring in those key demographic numbers: Idiot TV. Doesn't that say it all so much more succinctly?
For those of you that are all about the bargain, Best Buy has Starsky & Hutch for $15.99 and both of the new Adult Swim releases (ATHF S2 & Sealab 2021 S1) for $24.99.
Circuit City has Old School, Super Troopers, or Zoolander for $9.99.
The loooooong delayed Special Edition Ed Wood DVD will finally be hitting store shelves (fingers crossed) on October 19.
Mandy Moore's Saved! will be coming to DVD on October 5. Also look for Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends Season 2 on August 31, Super Size Me! and Ellen Season 1 on September 28.
Posted by chrishaley at 5:41 PM
Thursday, July 15, 2004
Monday, July 12, 2004
It's Decemberween in July!
VAN HALSING : The Abridged Script
(Note: If you've never read one of these.. they're funny.)
Before Nancy Reagan came along with her left-field "Just Say No" campaign, it was common practice for children's shows to not only condone, but actively endorse, the virtues of hard drug use.
Hilarity again courtesy CHUD.com
Saturday, July 10, 2004
If you enjoyed Spider-Man 2 or think Legos or stop-motion is cool or if you'd just like to watch something that's pretty rad, I'd suggest you visit this little link here.
Another great interview with MST3K's Mike Nelson.
I don't think I'm wrong in thinking that commercials were pretty great in the 80s. Here's one now.. for Bonkers!.. a candy you may recall.
That's right. This is the company that employs me.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail is being made into a Broadway musical called "Spamalot" and some pretty talented folk are going to be starring in it. Read more, won't you?
An editorial piece on Van Halen that I read. Perhaps you'd like to read it as well.
Get a load of Steve from Blue's Clues these days. Not a bad transition.
Posted by chrishaley at 8:33 PM
Tuesday, July 06, 2004
Go watch this great interview and live footage of Butch Walker.
Speaking of Butch, he's going to be the producer for the fifth album from The Donnas.
CKY bass player Vern Zaborowski has left the band.
Spider-Man's personal conflict? Superman did it first.
Go read this great article.
Posted by chrishaley at 6:04 PM
Thursday, July 01, 2004
Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.
Don't even act like you're not already excited to read more.
Michael Bay (Armageddon) may be directing the perpetually delayed new Superman flick.
The Special Edition DVD of The Iron Giant that we all deserve is finally coming to a store near you on September 7.
10 days before my birthday.
How very convenient.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:37 PM
Thursday, June 24, 2004
For all the details, including where to find a participating comic shop in your area, CLICK HERE!
Click here to watch a music video starring Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy performing "Afternoon Delight".
Vince Vaughn may play Racer X in the live action Speed Racer flick.
Original edutainment show Mr. Wizard is now on DVD. The reason you haven't seen it during your weekly perusals of the "Science" section of your favorite DVD store is because it's only available via this website.
Did you know that show was on for 15 years? Well, it was.
NME is reporting that Jane's Addiction has split up. More info.
Rufus Wainwright is planning releasing an electronic EP via iTunes on June 29. The four songs on this internet exclusive, called "Waiting for a Want", will include songs originally slated to be on 2003's "Want One".
Johnny Depp may play Ozzy Osbourne in the upcoming movie about The Ozzman's life.
Posted by chrishaley at 2:35 PM
Despite selling briskly in Japan, Disney's spin-off video Bukkake Party With Simba and Pals was met with lukewarm response here in the States.
Hilarity brought to you by CHUD.com.
Everyone simply must watch this: "Titanium Rhapsody" as performed by the cast of Mega Man 7.
We're one step closer to the world of the X-Men becoming a reality.
Don't believe me?
Read about this kid from Germany.
Posted by chrishaley at 2:22 PM
Tuesday, June 22, 2004
When someone dies in the grip of a powerful rage.. a curse is left behind..
Sounds spooky, right?
Check out the trailer for The Grudge, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar and based on the Japanese series Ju-On.
Looks pretty gosh damn creepy to me.
The highly praised Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind will be coming to DVD on September 28. I wanted to see the flick back when it was in theaters, but didn't get to due to a series of unfortunate events in my lovelife.
Speaking of bad things happening to people in a succession of sorts and while we're on the subject of Jim Carrey movies, why not go watch this trailer as well?
Jude Law's voice is in it as well.
Speaking of DVDs due in September, Mean Girls will be released on the 21st.. normally, I wouldn't care, but Tina Fey is providing commentary for the flick along with the director. So I may be forced to at least rent it.
Posted by chrishaley at 11:57 PM
Monday, June 14, 2004
Saturday, June 12, 2004
Check out the new internet exclusive trailer for Aliens vs Predator.
You simply must check out the trailer for Rex Steele : Nazi Smasher. The short film, which was made by a group of animators from Pixar and Cartoon Network, looks like a lot of good old fashion action adventure fun.
Look at the cover to this DVD and tell me this doesn't look like something you'd love to see.
Posted by chrishaley at 12:39 AM
Thursday, June 10, 2004
Ray Charles has died at the age of 73.
Good news for fans of Fountains of Wayne. Really good news in fact.
Interesting news about t.A.T.u.
Ryan Adams fans will want to read this.
Nick Cave will release a double album called Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus this September.
Viggo Mortensen is set to star in a film adaptation of the graphic novel A History of Violence. David Cronenberg is directing.
Dave Chappelle may play Rick James in a film based on James' upcoming book, Memoirs of a Super Freak.
The end of this month will see the debut of Behind the Music : Guns 'N Roses.
It will then be immediately followed by (inside)out: The Rise of Velvet Revolver.
I was walking down the street with my friend and he said "I hear music." As though there's any other way to take it in. You're not special. That's how I receive it too...I tried to taste it, but it did not work. - Mitch Hedberg
Posted by chrishaley at 3:53 PM
Wednesday, June 09, 2004
I got the new Velvet Revolver disc today.
It's called Contraband.
I like it a lot.
More than a lot.
There's not much real rock 'n roll out there these days, but this is the real deal.
This is Scott Weiland's chance at rock god-hood.
All the pieces are there.
Over half of the songs on the album sound like they could be bonafide hit singles.
That's a lot more than I can say for a lot of albums.
If you're into rock, I'd say you'd be doing yourself a favor by picking it up... but if my word isn't good enough for you, you can listen to the entire album in streaming media format here.
Saturday, June 05, 2004
I'm going to have to implore you with all the imploration powers I can muster to go watch the new Butch Walker video, Mixtape.
He has not completely forsaken us!
The funniest man, woman, or child on the internet (in my opinion), Seanbaby has returned with an article on the 10 Best Internet Fads.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:48 AM
Homer and Marge Simpson have beaten Romeo and Juliet and been named the greatest fictional couple of all time. Read more.
Our long, national nightmare is finally over.. Creed has broken up.
Lindsay Lohan will be playing Jeannie in the upcoming feature film version of I Dream of Jeannie.
Rosario Dawson is the newest name added to the cast list of Robert Rodriguez' adaptation of Frank Miller's Sin City.
I don't know how this could look any funnier: the trailer for Will Ferrel's Anchorman.
While you're at it, you better go ahead and watch the new trailer for what is sure to be my favorite Pixar film, The Incredibles.
I saw the new Harry Potter flick tonight.
Enjoyed it thoroughly.
The abridged script for Kill Bill Volume 2. It's funny.. honest.
Humor for those of you that are playing City of Heroes.
Feel free to go read some free internet reprints of old Golden Age comic titles from the 1940s. Thrill to the adventures of Doc Savage, Airboy, Fighting Yank, The Girl Commandos, Mr. Risk, Crimebuster, and countless others!
20 Food Myths.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:59 AM
Saturday, May 29, 2004
The Darkness have already finished recording their second album with uber-producer Mutt Lange. According to an interview with Justin Hawkins on XFM Online, the only things left to figure out are the artwork and packaging details.
Also in second album news, Franz Ferdinand hope to have their second album in stores by the beginning of next year.
Click here to listen (or right-click and Save As..) to the new Van Halen tune, It's About Time.
It's one of three new tracks appearing on the new VH collection due in stores soon.
You Are Master Shake
The Ultimate Aqua Teen Hunger Force Quiz
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Posted by chrishaley at 4:09 AM
News worth reading for all of the Jeff Buckley fans.
"When Doves Cry" (by Prince)
How could you just leave me standing,
Alone in a world so cold?
Maybe you're just too demanding.
Maybe I'm just like my father--too bold.
Maybe you're just like my mother.
She's never satisfied.
Why do we scream at each other?
This is what it sounds like,
When doves cry.
Which 80's Song Fits You?
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Posted by chrishaley at 3:49 AM
Thursday, May 27, 2004
This is one of my new favorite websites for some reason:
Have a listen to a 90 second clip from the new VAN HALEN song, It's About Time.
You want to talk about a movie looking amazing, have a look at the trailer for Immortel.
As best as I could determine from what I've read about it, it's a French film, but everyone speaks English in it.
More amazing Nintendo videos:
The Legend of Zelda : The Minish Cap
Donkey Kong : The King of Swing
Posted by chrishaley at 7:40 AM
Monday, May 24, 2004
I'm going to have to implore you to check out some more videos of some of Nintendo's upcoming offerings.
Paper Mario 2
Check out the track listing for this summer's Spider-Man 2 Soundtrack.
The Beastie Boys have announced the first dates of their summer tour.
Posted by chrishaley at 5:54 PM
Sunday, May 23, 2004
Friday, May 21, 2004
The first footage from Robert Rodriguez' adaptation of Frank Miller's Sin City.
Is it just me or is Jessica Alba attractive?
Other movie news.. Return of the Living Dead is next up on the remake list. It begins filming next month in Romania, and the sequel for the film will be shot at the same time.
The Rock is now officially signed to play the lead in the John Woo's feature film version of '80s arcade favorite, Spy Hunter.
Does anyone remember a show called Spitting Image?
I remember it coming on at some point after Saturday Night Live when I was somewhere between 5 and 8.
Full track list, details, etc. for the upcoming The Very Best of Van Halen 2-disc set featuring three new songs with Sammy Hagar.
One time a guy handed me a picture of himself, and he said, "Here's a picture of me when I was younger." Every picture of you is of when you were younger. Here's a picture of me when I am older. You son of a bitch, how'd you pull that off? Let me see that camera... - Mitch Hedburg
Posted by chrishaley at 3:36 AM
Tuesday, May 18, 2004
Saturday, May 15, 2004
Friday, May 14, 2004
Interested parties can download a new Megadeth song by clicking here.
Apparently, Finland has learned how to clone humans, and they've cloned two of Mauxfaux's resident shredder, Josh Hawkins, and put him in the band Nightwish.
Watch the video proof for yourself.
Members of Franz Ferdinand come to blows with Eminem's security goon.
Posted by chrishaley at 5:57 AM
Tuesday, May 11, 2004
Adam has been known to tell me I look like Benecio del Toro at times... and I've never wanted that to be true more than I do right now after having read this story about Scarlett Johansson.
Triple H is the new Conan.
An article on Superman from TIME Magazine.
Manga is the fastest growing segment of the publishing industry.
Did you know that? Read more.
A fine article on Stan Lee from USA Today's Money Section.
I still need to see Jersey Girl and Walking Tall. It's not news, I just didn't want to forget.
Fantastic Nintendo news from E3.
Mario fans click here.
Zelda fans click here.
Link prepares for his next great adventure. Wow.
A good rundown of Nintendo's E3 announcements, complete with pictures of the new Gameboy DS.
Just one of the tidbits about the DS: "..the DS supports 16 player wireless at 100 feet apart! Instant chat, draw, sending pictures to each other, and... If you get in range of other people, the DS automatically turns on, and activates online mode if you want."
This chicken may be the scariest looking thing I've ever seen.
Posted by chrishaley at 10:47 PM
Sunday, May 09, 2004
I think the Burden Brothers are pretty badass as far as straight up rock bands go, and I think you may very well feel the same way after you watch this.
Speaking of rock bands, Robert "Mutt" Lange, producer of such quintissential rock albums as AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" and "Back in Black", Def Leppard's "Hysteria" and "Pyromania", and more, will be producing the next album by The Darkness.
"Step aside, everyone! Sensitive love letters are my specialty. Dear Baby, Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: you." - Homer Simpson
Saturday, May 08, 2004
Wednesday, May 05, 2004
Larry Wachowski, one of the co-creators of The Matrix, is soon to have his penis removed. Why would I make this up?
Also, in news to me, Sophia Coppola is married to Spike Jonze... but they're getting divorced ..... and she may be seeing Quentin Tarrantino now.
The Simpsons strike is over.
Ashton Kutcher and Johnny Knoxville may star in the feature film adaptation of the MÖTLEY CRÜE autobiography "The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band".
Posted by chrishaley at 5:53 PM
Monday, May 03, 2004
I'd consider it a personal favor from you to me if you would go and read this article on Godzilla.
That sounds like I'm joking, but I'm honestly not.
It discusses the original version of the film that most people have never seen, that stands as one of the most fervent anti-nuclear films ever.
Two aerial antennas met on a roof, fell in love, and got married. The ceremony wasn't much, but the reception was brilliant.
Posted by chrishaley at 6:21 PM
Sunday, May 02, 2004
Bart: You know, Grampa kinda smells like that trunk in the garage
where the bottom's all wet.
Lisa: Nuh-uh, he smells more like a photo lab.
Homer: Stop it, both of you! Grampa smells like a regular old man,
which is more like a hallway in a hospital.
Posted by chrishaley at 9:26 PM
Thursday, April 29, 2004
Wednesday, April 28, 2004
If you're a fan of The Dandy Warhols you might want to check this out.
You can get two albums exclusive to their site that have never been released before for $30.
"A painting in a museum probably hears more foolish remarks than anything else in the world." - Edmond and Jules De Goncourt
Posted by chrishaley at 3:53 PM
Tuesday, April 27, 2004
The cast of Rocko's Modern Life explains how to stay safe on the internet.
It skews a little young, but it's nice to see Rocko and the gang doing something.
Jessica Alba has joined the cast of Robert Rodriguez' silver screen adaptaion of Sin City. She'll be playing "Nancy".
Watch a sneak peek of Danny Phantom, a show I currently enjoy.
Posted by chrishaley at 7:53 PM
Sunday, April 25, 2004
"It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock 'n roll."
If you're here, chances are you know me.
Chances are also good you know I'm in a band.
We're called MAUXFAUX.
If you haven't heard us yet (or even if you have), I'm going to have to insist you check this out immediately.
It'd would certainly mean a lot to all of us in the band and me personally.
Have a look around at the pictures and what not, but most importantly, give our tunes a listen.
You can even legally download one of them.
Then take the poll to let us know which song you liked the best.
Then add that page to your favorites and check back often, as all information regarding the band will be available there.
Also, should you like what you hear, we're relying on you wonderful guys and girls to help us spread the word and get that link out there to as many people as is humanly possible.
Thank you in advance.
my best to you always,
Posted by chrishaley at 3:26 AM
Wednesday, April 21, 2004
How about a look at some screen grabs from the Uncut Japanese version of Kill Bill Vol. 1?
USA Today has news on some of the spceial features and goodies on the upcoming Star Wars Original Trilogy DVD Collection.
Alex Ross has done two poster mock-ups for a Superman feature film starring Tom Welling (of Smallville).
For the full story as well as a look at the pictures click here.
Mitsuteru Yokohama, the creator of Gigantor and Mighty Robo, has died at the age of 69 due to a fire at his home in Tokyo.
Richard Linklater is working on a follow-up to Waking Life called A Scanner Darkly.
I say follow-up only because this film too will be turning live-action footage into animated sequences.
Because no one demanded it, production is moving forward on Police Academy 9.
Speaking of sequels, Carrie-Anne Moss has signed on for Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible 3.
Details on the special edition DVD releases of Predator and The Bourne Identity (which will include a new beginning and ending).
The following is straight from Dark Horizons:
Jurassic Park IV
For a long time we've heard talk about Spielberg's 'great idea' for the story of the fourth "Jurassic Park" movie that has gotten people exicted about the franchise. Well long time DH informer 'Undergear' finally has the scoop on what that idea might be:
"All these rumors about Jurassic Park 4 are false. They are retooling the script (out to big name doctors right now) But here's the worst part... All this talk about this "brilliant" idea, well... I cannot begin to tell you how bad his idea is...The government has trained dinosaurs to carry weapons and use them for battle purposes. I am not kidding!".
Posted by chrishaley at 4:43 AM
Tuesday, April 20, 2004
A great Rolling Stone article on The Burden Brothers.
A band which I endorse 100%.
You should too.
Or at least check them out.
I know Spike TV isn't too worried about any controversy stemming from things said on their new animated series This Just In.
How do I know they're not worried?
Because no one is watching it.
Someone has to watch it to get offended and start complaining.
That's just how these things work.
I happened across it last night, and I've got to say, it really wasn't that bad.
Maybe people should start watching it.
I guarantee if they do, someone will find something to complain about.. and fast.
Posted by chrishaley at 8:14 AM
Sunday, April 18, 2004
Ever wonder what went on during the time when Palpatine trained Darth Vader?
I didn't get to see The Punisher this weekend, but I wanted to see it.
I did draw a quick sketch of the guy though for Shawn.
That has to count for something, right?
Well, hopefully, I'll see it at some point this week.
Here's the sketch.
(Shawn didn't ask for the sketch, I just know he likes The Punisher, and I hadn't seen him in a while, so I thought I'd draw him something.)
Posted by chrishaley at 8:52 PM
Saturday, April 17, 2004
ASH are going to be involved with Star Wars in some way!
Here's the details.
Eddie Izzard has been added to the cast of a new movie with an fairly impressive cast... not Sin City impressive, but it does share an actor or two with said film.
This is pretty funny.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:44 AM
Thursday, April 15, 2004
So what's Damon Albarn been up to?
The future of Blur, Gorillaz, and more.
Doug brought to my attention the fact that I had neglected to mention that "Weird" Al will be playing in our general area soon.
The exact date? April 24
The exact place? The Grand Casino Event Center
I just figured most of you had already made your plans to see him well in advance, and my telling you was unnecessary.
In case you hadn't though, now you know.
Maggie is an artist like you don't even want to know about.. because she's too good.
Picture of the Day... and another... you know, for fun.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:00 AM
Monday, April 12, 2004
The list of actors confirmed for the Robert Rodriguez film version of Frank Miller's Sin City contains such names as Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, Carla Gugino, Jaime King, Brittany Murphy, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Maria Bello, Kate Bosworth, Steve Buscemi, Benicio del Toro, Michael Douglas, Josh Hartnett, Marley Shelton, Elijah Wood and Christopher Walken.
Rodriguez has also let it be known that Frank Miller will be helping him direct the entire film, and Quentin Tarantino will also be co-directing certain scenes.
Scientists talk about why kissing is so good for us.
Marshmallow Peeps in OUTER SPACE!!
Can you defeat them?
Posted by chrishaley at 2:43 AM
Sunday, April 11, 2004
Friday, April 09, 2004
Thursday, April 08, 2004
Yeardley Smith, the voice of Lisa Simpson, says The Simpsons feature film is still probably 5 years away.
Ron Perleman and Thomas Jane have confirmed there will be at least one sequel to both Hellboy and The Punisher... though neither will have much to do with the other.
Due to the script being leaked during the last week, the producers have decided to wait even longer before unveiling the new costume Christian Bale will be wearing in Batman Begins.
Star Wars : Episode III will hit theaters on May 19, 2005.
Heath Ledger may be the next James Bond.
John Woo has acquired the rights to Metroid, and plans on doing a big-budget feature film version for the summer of 2006.
Posted by chrishaley at 6:34 PM
Wednesday, April 07, 2004
I guess someone needs to congratulate Hong Kong, because they've built Robocop.. and probably doomed us all to a life lived in subservience to robot overlords.
C'mon, we all saw those Terminator flicks.. you know it's only a matter of time.
I know it's not Christmas, but this is simply too funny.
Wrong, but funny.
You have to have sound for it to be funny though.
How to Fight So the Other Guy Goes to Jail.
I just like the name.
The Accidental Video Game Porn Archive.
The entire first Superman comic, Action Comics #1, from 1938 is now online for your viewing pleasure.
As much as I like the real video for "Hey Ya", I think I may like this one more.
Who wants a body massage?
What did he just say?
Posted by chrishaley at 1:39 AM
Sunday, April 04, 2004
Friday, April 02, 2004
Thursday, April 01, 2004
If there's anything out there as wonderful as this, I haven't found it..
The Adventures of Seinfeld and Superman!
Harvard says downloading (of the illegal variety) is NOT responsible for the slump in records sales.
Ash (the one with the Boomstick) is making his way to comics.
The first pictures of the new Batmobile?
If I could only recommend one comic to a person, this would definitely be on the list of possible candidates: INVINCIBLE: Family Matters (Vol. 1)
You could waste $10 on a lot worse.
It's worth giving a try.
Actually, you can go here and check out the entire first issue...
then read the first issues of Grrl Scouts, The Clockmaker, and Powers.
Chances are you'll thank me.
And if you're bored and at work, even if you don't like the comics, at least it will have killed some time.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:51 AM
Tuesday, March 30, 2004
A gallery of every picture from the original 1952 Mars Attacks! cards.
And people think kids see too much violence now.
Monty Python... in Lego form.
Peter Jackson has announced that Jack Black will be starring in his version of King Kong.
No, not as the gorilla.
Posted by chrishaley at 3:37 AM
Monday, March 29, 2004
I adopted a lil' Superman fetus
from Fetusmart! Hooray fetus!
Also, I'd like to thank Tara and Edward for being the only two people I know of from this site to try to keep Home Movies on the air.
Edward's comments were especially well delivered.
Posted by chrishaley at 5:56 PM
Sunday, March 28, 2004
Please go here and help save Home Movies.
Some things are worth fighting for.. and The Wizard's Baker is one of them.
For those of you that are interested in hearing other people discuss Dawn of the Dead (and I'm sure there are a few of you out there), why not have a look at The Cinemarati Roundtable?
Comcast has bought cable network, TechTV for $300 million.
Comcast plans on merging it with it's video game channel, G4.
I enjoy both channels, so I'm not particularly happy to hear this as it means there'll be less video game stuff on G4, and less... tech on television in general.
Picture of the day: The Official Poster for Star Boy (and The Captain of Outer Space)
(written, directed, produced, edited, and catered by Brendan Small)
Posted by chrishaley at 12:37 AM
Friday, March 26, 2004
Thursday, March 25, 2004
Two great little pieces from/about Weezer: one and two.
How about some pictures of Scotland?
Jail is tough.
Tell him that he set you up.
I'm honestly not trying to say anything, I just thought this was funny looking.
by James Joyce
Most people are convinced that you don't make any sense, but compared
to what else you could say, what you're saying now makes tons of sense. What people do
understand about you is your vulgarity, which has convinced people that you are at once
brilliant and repugnant. Meanwhile you are content to wander around aimlessly, taking in
the sights and sounds of the city. What you see is vast, almost limitless, and brings you
additional fame. When no one is looking, you dream of being a Greek folk hero.
Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.
Posted by chrishaley at 2:31 PM
Wednesday, March 24, 2004
Monday, March 22, 2004
The official site for BATMAN BEGINS is now online.
There's nothing there yet, except for the new logo/emblem, but it does look pretty right on.
Speaking of superhero movies, rumor has it that Jake Gyllenhaal is Kevin Smith's first choice to play The Green Hornet.
Quite a bit of news on Sin City.
"Show of hands: who here misses the days of extended guitar solos, striped leotards, falsetto vocals and songs demanding, 'Get your hands off my woman'? Yeah, me too. THE DARKNESS is here to put that hickey back on your neck, fire up the Camaro and party down at the nearest parking lot like it's 1979. Is the band for real? Yes. Does it rock? Yes. Is it hard to get around the multiple-octave range that Justin Hawkins is ripping in every song? Well, a little, but the band is gaining speed here in the States after selling more than a million copies of 'Permission to Land' (Atlantic) in its native Britain. I'll take THE DARKNESS over those whiny emo bands any day. At least they're getting chicks." - Dave MF'ing Grohl
There are a number of CDs worth checking out coming Tuesday.
Here's my rundown (in no particular order):
The Vines - Winning Days
HIM - Greatest Hits
Guns n' Roses - Greatest Hits
Bring Them to Your Knees: A Tribute to Guns N' Roses
The Punisher - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Eagles of Death Metal - Peace, Love, and Death Metal
Pedro the Lion - Achilles' Heel
Snow Patrol - Final Straw
Sugarcult - Palm Trees & Power Lines
Gary Jules - Trading Snakeoil for Wolftickets
Weezer - Weezer (Blue Album) Special Edition
Also look for the first ever Weezer DVD, Video Capture Device.
This is a zombie I drew the other night after seeing Dawn of the Dead.
Posted by chrishaley at 5:21 AM
Sunday, March 21, 2004
Friday, March 19, 2004
The world is pretty ridiculous these days in general.
Fountains of Wayne are involved in a bit of this ridiculosity.
For those of you who care, the song in question is one of my favorite FoW songs ever.
Also for those of you who are interested, MAUXFAUX (the band I'm in) has finished recording our first EP and are in the process of mixing it to a state of finished, face-melting rock excellence.
We should be done by the end of next week at the latest.
For those of you who have heard rough mixes of the tracks, I apologize, because they don't begin to do the finished versions justice.
Go ahead and remove your socks, because they're about to get rocked.
Look for "The Collapse EP" in the record collections of people with good taste very soon.
Posted by chrishaley at 4:15 AM