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Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Uwe Boll Strikes Back

You may remember that recently I posted information about how Uwe Boll, the worst director of the last two decades, perhaps even cinematic history, said that if an online petition reached 1 million, he'd stop making movies. Well, now he's urging his fans (are there any?) to start a pro-Uwe Boll petition and demands there be ONE MILLION votes to counter the anti-Uwe Boll petition.

Don't believe me? Take it from him. This ass-wipe has decided he is "the only genius in the business." Funniest video ever:

I love how he calls out other bad directors to try and make himself seem better. I'm not a fan of Roth, or Bay, but I'll be the first to admit "Transformers" is far more effective than "BloodRayne." (Which I'm embarrassed to say... I have seen.)

Click here to sign the anti-Boll petition and stop bad movies.

Thanks again to Slashfilm.

Monday, April 7, 2008

More Bond

Some very high quality pictures of the new Bond, "Quantum of Solace," has been released. Great pictures. Can't wait for the end of the year! Click to enlarge:

...And MORE Iron Man Photos

These "Iron Man" pictures just keep on coming. Here's another large batch of Iron Man. Click to enlarge. (Because many of them are quite large!)
Still looks cool, but the tremendous amount of publicity this movie is giving itself has me slightly worried. Enjoy anyway.

We'll see if the movie measures up to the pictures, May 2nd.

Piccolo Revealed...Kinda...

Sadly the face of Piccolo, played by James Marsters, in the new live action "Dragonball" is censored, but we get a look at Piccolo's costume for the new film. Though it's very different from the anime attire, many fans are quick to point out that this is not the Piccolo from "Dragonball Z" but rather the evil "King" Piccolo that appeared in the first series: "Dragonball." So here's Piccolo's armor for the upcoming "Dragonball" film. Click to enlarge:

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Charlton Heston Goes Home - Dies at 84

Academy Award Winngin Actor Charlton Heston died yesterday, April 5th, at his Beverly Hills home. The cause of death has not been officially released, but it is assumed it had something to do with his Alzheimer's-like condition. Heston is known for being the legendary characters in legendary works such as "The 10 Commandments," "Ben-Hur," and "The Planet of the Apes." He is succeeded by his son, Fraser, adopted daughter, Holly, and his wife Lydia Clarke. He was 84.
Our prayers go out to Heston and his family.

YOU Can Stop Uwe Boll From Making Movies

It has been revealed recently from an interview with FearNet, that Uwe Boll, director of quite possibly the worst cinematic achievements in history, would be "convinced" to retire from filmmaking if a certain petition was racked up to 1 million.

For those who know who Uwe Boll is, here's the link to the petition:

Sign to Stop Uwe Boll From making Movies

For those who don't know about Uwe Boll, he is responsible for the following movies:

"House of the Dead"
"Alone in the Dark"
"In the Name of the King"
"BloodRayne II"

Boll is often perceived as a jackass... and this is correct. A couple of years ago he challenged critics who hated his movies to a boxing match in 2006. He's under the impression that his movies are good and ignores the bad reviews and people hating them as flukes-- While spitting bile on all of those who try to get the message across that his movies are awful.

Sign the petition. (I have strong doubts that it will work, but it's worth the 45 seconds to try and get Uwe Boll gone.) Thanks to Slashfilm for drawing people's attention to this.