March 31, 2012
The Walkie Talkie Dead
More Glove and Boots "video blog" hi-larity. No point in clickin' if you aren't down the The Walking Dead. A great show, despite some really drawn-out plot lines. "Take your finger off the button, Rick!"
130 Episodes of the The Simpsons. At the Same Time.
The first 3:20 of 130 epsiodes (see also: every single Itchy and Scratchy episode stitched together in a single 50 minute orgy of violence).
The Dukes Of Hazzard All About Jumps
Supercut of every jump the General Lee ever done jumped (seasons 1-6 only, for whatever reason). The Internet was born for such spectacle.
Functional Akira bike
Additional photos (and Japanese details) right here. Read all six volumes of Katsuhiro Otomo's Akira manga late last year. Fantastic stuff. Stupifyingly detailed artwork with a story far more accessible than the confounding animated movie of the same name. Pacing was a little slow, however. Felt like the story could've been wrapped up in 2,000 pages instead of 12,000 pages.
Gato Jedi vs Gato Sith
Cat fight, with lightsabers.
The Daly Show: Episode 7 "The Daly Superheroes"
Nathan Fillion joins Bruce Campbell as one of those actor guys who should be way more famous than they are. Stupid Hollywood.
Turkish Star Wars
Why pony up for fancy special effects when you can splice Star Wars into your movie? You really need only endure a few minutes to appreciate the absolute depths of the terribleness at work here.
Happy Birthday David
Another Ridley Scott Prometheus "viral" video. Good stuff, though completely unnecessary - our anticipation for this movie could not possibly be higher. Just saw Michael Fassbender in Shame a couple weeks ago. Arty, thoroughly depressing, and entirely too much Fassbender (if you catch m'drift).
Who didn't love a time travel movie? Plus that Joseph Gordon-Levitt guy has some chops.
The time travel made-for-the-price-of-a-sandwich independent movie Primer is now available on Youtube in its entirety. One of the Movie Manifest Top Five of 2005.
"The only thing more intense and serious than the Ryan Gosling movie Drive is this story about one man trying to navigate the shadowy world of fast food drive-thrus."