Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Things are on the move.
Stickers are available.
Buttons are GO!
The site is almost up and jogging.
The first official show with the new name and line-up is just around the corner.
Keep August 7 open.
"The SuperFriends are Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman... and a host of characters who don't even deserve their own pamphlet, let alone a comic book. This collection of four color legends and heaps of racial stereotypes exist to battle the forces of evil in any way they can, usually by talking in a stoic voice and seeing the flaw in their master plan. Or by punching them in their goddamn face. That works too."
- read the rest of the review of Challenge of the Superfriends Vol. 1 at CHUD.com 
Check out the first poster for BATMAN BEGINS.
Who wouldn't love this shirt?
Some DVD release news : That 70s Show - The 1st Season (10/26), Arrested Development - 1st Season (10/19), Greg the Bunny - The Complete Series (10/19), Van Helsing (10/19), Legacy Collection Editions of The Mummy, The Invisible Man, and Creature From The Black Lagoon (10/19)

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.