Thursday, March 30, 2006

Coming soon, Knight of the Living Dead.

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Spike Lee’s Inside Man takes in nearly $30 million, a hefty hefty haul. Inside Man may be the first Spike Lee film to have made more in one weekend than any of his previous films did during their entire theatrical run, or even combining home video revenue with the previously mentioned figures. I’m excited for him. In terms of B.O. appeal, Spike is beginning to venture into Michael Bay territory!


Going 20,000 Leagues in either direction will probably take you to some interesting places!

Richard Fleischer is gone at 89—I couldn’t post this earlier because I am still embroiled in this website thingy that I’m doing, and because I wanted to double-check this piece of news.

My condolences!

Friday, March 24, 2006


Liar, liar. (I'm feeling suicidal today, that's why I made the pun.)

I'm beginning to really like The Liar, a series of animated web shorts from the mastermind of Hayasa Pictures, Hayk Manukyan. I think even you low-band users could check out some of the cartoons; at the very least, you can look at some of the images. Thanks to Animation Nation (and by default, Charles Zembillas).

Monday, March 20, 2006


OMG I can get some projects in the can faster now! Jeez!

Probably the reason for the lack of news this week is my website. Work, website. Website, work. You know, they usually run together.

I’m really excited about Panasonic's newest P2 Series Camera, the AGHVX200. Has no moving parts. HD out the box. I’ve been wondering when Panasonic would stop smoking the hooch and get some serious research and development done.

Needless to say, I’ll be getting me one of these soon (but only if a better camera at a cheaper price doesn’t come along, or a camera that’s both 24p/HD interchangeable and battery efficient isn’t currently available at the same price.)

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Okay, I’m just not going to waste much time here—Jeff Harris has a new article up and you should just obey the thirst and click here. I know a hitwoman I can call on you if you don’t do it.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Okay, so apparently the author of Stone Fox, John R. Gardiner, died March 4 of pancreatitis and we are just now learning about it (well, I am at least). I own two copies of that book. That’s right; not one, but two. This is a big loss for me, and I’m sure a big loss for those who were avid children’s book readers. I was (still am) a voracious consumer of children’s stories. One day I’ll be a father; the first or maybe the second book I will read to my son or daughter will be Stone Fox.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Jeff Harris has yet another informative article up on his site, and if you click here you'll get the drop on info that's still not widely known (article entitled Hellboy, Tony Hawk, Marvel movies, Stan Lee Movies (not the same as Marvel Movies): 2006 is looking a LOT Clearer For Toonami).

Saturday, March 11, 2006


I didn't see this one coming, either.

Milosevic’s dead. Now that’s news.

Thursday, March 09, 2006


Amazing. . .

Lions Gate’s re-releasing Crash, to 150 theaters. A classic Lions Gate move. Greedy bastards. :-)

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

I’m kicking myself for not catching it sooner, but. . .Jeff Harris has another extraordinary article on the X Bridge. Check it.

And another celebrity death goes unreported. Here Mark Evanier talks about the life of Bridget Holloman, whose untimely passing is still being investigated. She did stage, television and film work.

I didn’t know her, personally, but—I don’t know. I just felt that this one was unusual and so I’m posting it on here, complete with the link to Mark’s entry for further perusal.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

What’s with all these people dying on us? Gordon Parks and Dana Reeve (the latter which came out of nowhere) within 36 hours!!!!

If this keeps up, I’m gonna have to stop reading (Or MSNBC, for that matter.)

Sunday, March 05, 2006


Academy Awards 2006

All in all, wasn’t too surprised. Except for Crash. Best Picture. Holy ----. Every four-letter expletive ever said belongs in the space following “Holy”. Okay, not really, but you know what I mean.

John Canemaker winning. And he gave a terrific speech to boot.


Jon Stewart didn’t disappoint. A little bland in some spots, but it’s nearly impossible to hit homers every minute you’re at bat. I hope we see him again sometime in the future.

And yes, Three 6 Mafia. And Oscar. Another “holy shit” victory. And yep, Scorsese still doesn’t have one, which leads me to think AMPAS is just gonna treat the Taxi Driver and Goodfellas director the same way they just treated Robert Altman.

Crash. Ang Lee without a Best Pic statuette to compliment his Best Director one. Crash.

What a night. Adieu.

Thursday, March 02, 2006


New Articles from Jeff Harris.

Every day Jeff Harris writes articles for The X Bridge is a big day for animation fans everywhere. Check it here.

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