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Posts Tagged ‘ DVD ’

An Extended Look At The New Godzilla.


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Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures have released an extended look at the anticipated Godzilla which you can watch below.

Opening in 3D, 2D and IMAX theaters on May 16, the Gareth Edwards-directed film stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, Sally Hawkins, David Strathairn and Bryan Cranston. An epic rebirth to Toho’s iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.

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The Dark Knight Rises DVD.


As it continues to bring in no shortage of cash in cinemas around the world, attention is nonetheless slowly turning as to when Christopher Nolan’s final Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, is heading to DVD and Blu-ray. And we might just have the first hint of an answer.

Amazon Germany is generally one of the first to go live with a release date, and it’s now got both the DVD and Blu-ray of The Dark Knight Rises up for pre-order. The artwork isn’t finalised, but the site is listing Friday 30th November 2012 as when to expect the film. That’s not generally used as a holding date for Amazon Germany either, which tends to use 28th December as a list date for titles where it’s not got a firm release date hammered down.

Friday isn’t a traditional day to release a DVD/Blu-ray into the world, granted, but Warner Bros has made high profile exceptions in the past. The other rumored date that has been doing the rounds is Friday 7th December, but Amazon Germany is the first shopping site we’ve seen that’s officially come forward with any date.

And take a look at an amazing fan made trailer for the entire Dark Knight Trilogy…

Black Bush Re-Visited.


Click the pic to see the original 'Black Bush'.

There aren’t too many people raised in my generation who weren’t familiar with the epic genius of the Chappelle Show.  If there are those who are unfamiliar with the show, there’s not a doubt in my mind that they’ve heard the words “I’m RICK JAMES B*TCH” at least once.  The show and its comedy were both unforgettable and edgy to the point where every episode in the show’s second season was a hit in its own way.  One of my favorite sketches was the “Black Bush” sketch, where Dave Chappelle illustrated (quite well) how a less cunning George W. Bush may have appeared to the general public.  The original sketch can be seen here or by clicking the picture above.

Here however, are some bits and pieces that were left out of the Black Bush sketch.  For anyone who’s filmed anything scripted before, you know as well as I do, that some of the best moments come from things off script.  The outtakes from Chappelle’s ‘Black Bush’ sketch are no exception.  Check the method to relive this hilarious sketch from 2004.

Henely Sequence from ‘The Social Network’.


I don’t know if you’ve been seeing the commercials around, but “The Social Network” is soon to be making its DVD debut tomorrow.  But before everyone rushes out to the store to swoop on this ‘epic achievement in story telling’ -(Thats not necessarily my opinion of the movie, but all the cool kids are saying it), I just want to highlight once scene in the movie that caught the attention of my peers and I when the movie first hit theaters.  (no spoilers ahead)  The crew race with Harvard has a musical accompaniment that makes that scene stand out from the rest of the movie like Amazon Eve in a room full of moderately tall individuals. The entire scene seems to be shot differently from the rest of the movie, and emphases the emotional significance of the race.  All in all it’s by no means the most powerful shot in the film, but its for sure one of the most bad-ass, and the song “In the Hall of the Mountain Op 23” by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, accentuates the sh*t out of it.  Check the method below.

Classic Freestyle Battle.


Tons of people may have already peeped this freestyle battle from Smack DVD, its well over 2 years old, but watching again last night brought back memories of how rowdy me and my boys used to get watching Smack.  Check out this old classic from start to finish and let me know who you think took this battle.

(To me personally, I think Iron Solomon took it.  It’s evident that Math thought Solomon was planning on using numbers in his verses, and started talking about it when there was none of it going on.  But no matter how much you like Iron Solomon, you can’t deny that Math had some hilarious and very inventive lines.  But I still feel like Solomon was the realest with it all.  If you disagree, let me know.)

Watch Your A$$ on June 22nd.


A shot from the 6th season finaleAs many people could probably figure, I happen to be an enormous ‘Entourage’ fan.  The 1.20.2010 release of the mashup entitled “Pimpin All Around The World” (that can be listened to here) was my formal way of announcing how much time I spend watching that show while working at home, or when traveling.  I’m even happier now that the most recent 6th season will be arriving on DVD 6.22.2010, and the 7th season is scheduled to begin sometime during early/mid summer of this year.

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