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It’s finally here! The Star Trek TNG porn parody trailer is here!

May 1, 2011 News 1 Comment

At “long” last, the trailer for Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody is finally here!

Check out your favourite TNG characters “engaging” in adventures of both the science-fiction and sexual varieties. The plot fits in with the actual show, and the writing doesn’t seem much worse than some of its poorer episodes.

The special effects, in particular, are something to behold. They look better than the actual show. The actors look reasonably well cast as well, although Riker seems to have shaved down to just the goatee (maybe it’s really Thomas Riker).

The film will be “released” May 5th.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban named movie of the decade

March 24, 2011 News 1 Comment
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Warner Bros.

Image: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Warner Bros.

The third movie of the Harry Potter series, Prisoner of Azkaban, has received the award Movie of the Decade at the First Light Awards. The First Light Awards are held annually and are largely to celebrate short films made by youth under 19.

The film was up against other box office heavy-hitters such as Shrek and Up, along with Happy Feet.

Combined with Peanut Turner’s supporting testimony on one of ShufflingDead’s Questions of the Week, this seems enough like conclusive evidence to me.

Source: BBC

The Hobbit finally filming

March 23, 2011 News No Comments
The Hobbit: 70th Anniversary Edition cover art

Image: The Hobbit: 70th Anniversary Edition cover art.

Filming of The Hobbit has finally begun. After numerous production problems, strike threats, talk of location change, and director Peter Jackson’s ulcer surgery, word has reached my ears that the two-part movie has started production.

Martin Freeman will star as Bilbo in this one, and fans of the LotR movie trilogy will see several familiar faces, including Sir Ian McKellen as Gandalf and Elijah Wood as Frodo. Also returning will be Andy Serkis as the Precious-chasing Gollum.

The first movie of The Hobbit is expected to be seen on the big screen sometime late in 2012.

Source: BBC


March 18, 2011 News 1 Comment

Big shout out to Rebecca Black for making this day possible. The 13 year-old YouTube sensation is variously telling us like it is, supplying the beats to help us get down, and reminding us what days make up the week.

Black’s song about the important life decisions 13 year-olds have to make such as what seat to take in a car was produced and written by Ark Music, who was paid $2000 for the honour. Her 13 million views can likely be ascribed to the very relatable struggle we all face of having to eat cereal out of a bowl.

THQ stock plummets 25% from poor review scores

March 17, 2011 News No Comments

Image: Homefront boxart. THQ.

It seems internet detectives are not the only ones who care about review scores.

THQ, the video game developer and publisher that no one can believe is still in business, took a stock market beating on Tuesday as reviews of its upcoming FPS, Homefront, turned negative.

The lower scores came out on Tuesday, while earlier (read: fanboy make-believe) reviews praised the game.

Homefront takes place in a fictional future and appears to be yet another derivative clone of Modern Warfare, judging by the 30 seconds of research I bothered to do for this piece.

Source: Gamasutra

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