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Diabeetus: Battle of Minas Toothache, err Tirith

01.15.2008 @ 9:29 AM in Culture
minas_tirith_1.jpg I was under a rock last year, but over the last christmas Break (2006), a few candy loving Tolkien-heads whipped up a scale model of the Battle at Helm's Deep, from the Lord of the Rings, natch. This year, they topped it all with The Battle of Pelennor, complete with Dead Nazgul King and mount. Some folk have too much time on their hands. I wish I did. [Link]

Kitten Tenders

01.14.2008 @ 9:05 AM in Culture
When the first link you find this morning is an ad for "Kitten Tenders," you start to wonder about the impending quality of your workday.  Enjoy a savory treat below. [youtube width="600" height="501"][/youtube]

Video: Janet Jackson – Feedback

01.10.2008 @ 10:44 AM in Culture
 [flv width="600" height="480"][/flv] Work it lady. She really came back with a nice new video, kinky and reminiscent of old school Janet Jackson. I love the dancing in the milk scene at the end. totally senseless but hot as hell.

If you are going to listen to Britney

01.02.2008 @ 3:21 PM in Culture
[youtube width="600" height="501"][/youtube] Perhaps you should stick to the remixes.
  • Britney Spears - Piece Of Me (Rizzo Rough Mix)

Terminus: Canadian Short Film about a Concrete Bully

12.28.2007 @ 2:42 PM in Culture
terminus.jpg There has to be some hidden meaning behind this short, which featuring a man who is stalked and taunted by a concrete stick-thingy. Filmed in Montreal, the short could easily fix into a chemical Brothers video, or make you fear develop a serious fear of traffic pylons after watching this while tripping acid. [youtube width="600" height="501"][/youtube]
  • Produced by: Spy Films
  • Director: Trevor Cawood
  • Running time: 8:22
  • Released: October 2007
  • Awards: Toronto Film Festival 2007 - Official Selection
  • After inadvertently offending a strange entity that accosts him on his way to work, a 1970s businessman quickly finds himself in the midst if a bizarre predicament. What follows is a rapid descent into madness, a journey both eerie and darkly humorous. The exact nature of the businessman's tormentor is purposefully ambiguous, lending itself to a variety of interpretations. Is "Terminus" a surreal critique of human alienation in the modern urban environment? or is the protagonist's struggle an internal one, his mysterious stalker a manifestation of his repressed subconscious mind? Either way, "Terminus"'s innovative visual effects and distinctively vintage atmosphere make it a highly engrossing experience.

8-Inch Ninja Dunny Protects Fine Child Labor

12.27.2007 @ 11:49 AM in Culture
It seems that the theme for gifting Buffawhat this Holiday season has been vinyl. I'm not complaining.. less I have to buy for myself! dunnyninja.jpg Kevin, my buddy from Singapore (he's from Buffalo,but he sold his soul to a bank for two years and they promptly shipped him overseas) gave me the 8-inch Ninja Dunny by MAD. He's kinda baddass, not so much for the paintjob -- pretty basic in that aspect -- but the ninja sword and star are really beefy and make the ninja Dunny a great collect.  There are two more colorways: a black chase and a exclusive red Ninja, but the standard white with blood looks better than the chases. The dunny is standing behind something else that Kevin gave me: a gold and enamel embellished coffee cup with saucer and lid. The crazy thing is that its made in Thailand by little kids, because their hands are so small they can hold the tiny brushes to paint the fine details. Once they reach a certain age, they can't hold the brushes steady any more and have to find another career. All this for rice and a few coins. Child labor has never been so pretty. I'll try to post a better pic of it on flickr once I get out of my office.

M.I.A: Paper Planes

12.19.2007 @ 12:29 AM in Culture
New M.I.A, gotta love it. [youtube width="600" height="501"][/youtube]

30 years of LucasFilm Christmas Cards

12.14.2007 @ 10:35 PM in Culture
  • /Film: I live down the street from LucasFilm, and I’ve even been in the facilities in The Presidio, but I’m not on the LucasFilm Holiday Card List. For the last 30 years, Lucasfilm has created special holiday greeting cards for its employees and business partners.
And what did ya know that almost all of them were Star Wars themed? I've posted the 2007 version, featuring a choral group of storm troopers. Now if each one is a a clone, doesn't that mean they will all sound the same? hmm... Check out the rest over at /film.

Giant LCD Clock: Check Time From Space

12.13.2007 @ 11:39 PM in Culture
LCD Clock Charlie Sorrel from Gadget Lab was visiting the Berlin's Hamburger Bahnhof Museum and this caught his eye just before he left. He has this to say: Its Huge.
  • The piece runs on pneumatics, with a separate piston for each panel, and in the museum silence there is a loud hiss every minute as the display changes. I have no idea who designed it, and as you can see from the picture, it was just before the 6PM closing time, so I didn't ask. Did I say it's big?

Speed Racer: Trailer and Stills released

12.08.2007 @ 5:24 PM in Culture
Speed Racer is the first major thing we've seen from the Wachowski Brothers Siblings since The Matrix trilogy. Whether it will trump Neo and Morpheus in regards to immersion and sory, I dunno. however, I can say that the CGI-effects look pretty baddass and seem to be plenty of that to go around. [flv width="600" height="450"][/flv] I'm not really a fan of cartoon to live action movies, however their success seems to be a toss up... Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made me sad, but Transformers completely rocked the plane. Joe Silver, Speed Racer's Producer, thinks has a real winner this time; his "trump cards" being the Wachowski's and the asian-trippy-CGI graphics visualizations that he calls "car-fu." Racer jets(sorry) off into theaters March 2008. speedracer speedracer speedracer speedracer speedracer speedracer speedracer speedracer