beeing a blogger and not posting this video is impossible, so i recommend you to sit back and relax…i laughed so hard during this 30 minute film, it is really good!!!
Kung Fury is an over-the-top 80’s action comedy that was crowd funded through Kickstarter. It features Kung Fury, a Kung Fu renegade cop who travels back in time to kill his Nemesis, Hitler. The film features nazis, dinosaurs, vikings and cheesy one-liners.
The campaign that was launched in December 2013 was backed by more than 17 000 people who together gave more than $630 000.
for more info visit: http://www.kungfury.com/
and don’t forget to never hassel the hoff…hahaha
Rarely in film these days do we get to see a classic thriller. A film that unsettles you and makes you cringe in our day and time is almost always a member of the horror genre. Films that make us question those around us and those we come in contact with have become scarce in the modern film landscape. There are plenty of deities and demons to be had, but the simple, frightening notion that evil can take shape in a very human and realistic form seems to be lost on a lot of actors and filmmakers. However, there are some students of the game out there, and fortunately for us they help make movies like Nightcrawler.
Nightcrawler is not a horror movie, but it is one of the most unnerving films I’ve had the pleasure of seeing. This is mostly due to the main character, Louis Bloom. Bloom, played…
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Today’s feature is the infamous McDonald’s commercial and “E.T.” knockoff, “Mac And Me.”
“Mac And Me” was written and directed by Stewart Raffill, who is best known for the films “Mannequin: On The Move” and “The Philadelphia Experiment.” The film was also co-written by Steve Feke, who has penned such flick as “When A Stranger Calls” and “Poltergeist III.”
The effects team on “Mac And Me” included Joseph Yanuzzi (“Ghost Dad,” “Saturday the 14th”), Steven James (“Leviathan,” “The Monster Squad”), William Forsche (“Dead Heat,” “Dolls,”“From Beyond”), and Martin Becker (“Suburban Commando”).
The cinematographer for “Mac And Me” was Nick McLean, who also shot movies like “Spaceballs,” “The Goonies,” and “Stroker Ace.”
The score for “Mac And Me” was provided by Alan Silvestri, who has accrued well over 100 composing credits for films including “Van Helsing,”“Super Mario Bros.,” “The Avengers,” “Forrest Gump,” and “Predator 2.”
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A couple of days ago I posted a brief excerpt from Jules Siegel’s March 1977 Playboy profile “Who is Thomas Pynchon… And Why Did He Take Off With My Wife?” The excerpt came from an excerpt posted on the Pynchon-L forum, but most of the article had been removed at the (apparent) request by Siegel. Several folks sent me the whole article though (thanks!) and I read it.
Some of these feet may or may not belong to Thomas Pynchon
Siegel was briefly a Cornell classmate of Pynchon’s in 1954, and they remained friends (in Siegel’s recollection) for at least two decades after. During this time, Siegel claims that Pynchon wrote him dozens of letters, which were ultimately sold at auction (along with much of Siegel’s property) to help pay for a hip replacement. Material from the letters soak into Siegel’s sketch of Pynchon’s progress, along with several stoned/drunken adventures that would not be out of place…
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