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It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

But how did we get to a point where an artificial, electronic life replaced the simple pleasures of existence? Those who can recall a time before the internet will know exactly what I’m talking about. All of those born with a USB port in their skull will be mumbling “huh?” and clicking away from this preamble to the next piece of celebrity gossip…

The Hoverboard

French artist Nils Guadagnin has created the Hoverboard – a copy of that used in the film Back To The Future II…watch the video here…

The Adjustment Bureau

Sci-fi writer Philip K Dick has once again made it to the silver screen…loosely based on his short story, The Adjustment Bureau stars Matt Damon…

The Secret Mission of the Terminator

The Terminator has a very secret mission…If you don’t know what exactly that is, then you’d better watch the video on You Tube…

The Star Wars Burlesque Show

The Star Wars Burlesque show…Now showing at Music Box in Hollywood…is it weird or fun? Read the article and see the pics/video at Bit Rebels…

Stephen King’s Dark Tower

It seems Stephen King’s The Dark Tower – his answer to Tolkien’s Lord Of The Rings – is to be adapted for film and TV…read the news at Real TV Addict…

Predators

After two failed attempts at combining the iconic cinema monsters, the Alien and the Predator, the latter returns to hunt Adrien Brody and Laurence Fishburne…watch the trailer here…

Hannah & Her Sisters (1986)

Annie Hall is nearly always cited as fidgety New Yorker Woody Allen’s best work. And while I’ll agree that it is a great movie, his best film will, for me, always be Hannah & Her Sisters. There are many reasons for this, and perhaps not the most insignificant being the amount of screen time that Allen has in this film (let’s face it, the guy can get annoying)…

Why The Oscars Are A Con

Journalist and documentary filmmaker John Pilger discusses in an article for the New Statesman why the Academy Awards are a con…read the article on Pilger’s website here…

The 50 Best Movies of the Decade

But even with the influx of tedious CGI-based films, it must be said that the decade advanced the art of special effects with leaps and bounds, building steadily on the work first displayed in Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park way back in 1993. These advancements alone allowed films such as The Lord Of The Rings trilogy to finally be put on screen the way it should be seen…

Langley Parks: Soundscapes, Themes & Noise – free individual track download…

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