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Author Kevin Holohan reads a few passages and briefly describes his book The Brother’s Lot The Brothers’ Lot
Surprisingly well made for a porn parody, I have to say.
Recently watched this movie so I thought I’d fire off a quick review Luc Besson (The Great Blue, Nikita, The 5th element among many others) directs this film adaptation of the famous (In France at least) comic by Jacques Tardi. … Continue reading
A short comedy special from the BBC. Doctor Who, for those who are not familiar with it, is one of the longest running TV shows ever (If not the longest), following the exploits of a shapechanging alien time traveller known … Continue reading
Vintage science fiction show “Space 1999″ is being re released with a remastered and updated surface makeover as “Space 2099″. Special effects have been retouched, background elements such as typewriters replaced with computers, lines of dialogue edited, all to bring … Continue reading
The Brothers’ Lot What’s this then? A book? It’s time for naked amazon linking again? Well not quite. See, that there is a novel written by someone I actually know, and the hand bound book you see above is a … Continue reading
Funky forest is a Japanese movie! Yeah! It’s hmm… I’ve seen it explained as a parody of all those body horror Japanese movies. I guess it’s that… and a lot more. Surreal is a good adjective. Let’s go with surreal. … Continue reading
Alexa Meade paints real people to look like a two-dimensional canvas. The effect is really impressive, it’s almost impossible to see through the illusion.
You don’t actually need to own an xbox to do cool stuff with the kinect, people have already released open source drivers that let you connect it to the PC and are busy doing interesting stuff. This is a fun … Continue reading