July 2008

Huzzah! The funny is hath brought by CHTV (with some help from a certain Nick Mundy) as the many minions of Bowser commiserate on their less than stellar ‘Kill Mario’ track record.

Watch ‘Bowser’s Minions’


Team Tiger Awesome knows how far they’ll go for a Klondike Bar.

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It’s been a long time coming, but Dutch West returns! Behold! Pride with Bleach:

Pride with Bleach from Dutch West on Vimeo.

Josh was really rocking that ‘stache.

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NASA’s Space Sciences Laboratories at UC Berkeley has some seriously cool toys, as documented by Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt in their Semiconductor Film, ‘Magnetic Movie’.

Magnetic Movie from Semiconductor on Vimeo.

The sound you hear is that of fleeing electrons, courtesy of VLF audio recordings.


In Grant Morrison’s current storyline Batman R.I.P. the fate of Bruce Wayne is up in the air as his days of Batman are drawing to a close. If so, what to do with the character of Batman? DC has been teasing the possibility of Tim Drake, the current Robin, taking up the cowl as the new Batman. Is this the best idea, or are there others more worthy to take on the mantle of the Bat? Who should be Batman? Your pals at RF go over the seven possible choices to the future of Batman – CHECK IT OUT!


Comic Rack

by alphamonkey on July 30, 2008 · 0 comments

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Hmm, we’re about to talk about comics so it must be Wednesday! Welcome to the RazorFine Comic Rack boys and girls. Pull up a bean bag and take a seat at feet of the master as we look at the new comics set to hit comic shops and bookstores today from DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, WildStorm, Vertigo, IDW Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment, Devil’s Due Publishing, Virgin, and Image Comics.

This week includes Catwoman, Dynamo 5, Ghost Whisperer, The Man With No Name, The New Dynamix, Northlanders, Star Wars: Rebellion, Superman/Batman, Thor, and the first issues of Draonglance: Legends, newuniversal: 1959, Reign in Hell, True Believers, and Wildcats. Being the fifth Wednesday of the month, it’s a little skimpy on graphic novels but today’s releases do include Batman: Going Sane, Captain Marvel: Secret Invasion, Essential Fantastic Four Vol. 7, Thor by Michael J. Straczynski Vol. 1, and much, much more.

Enjoy issue #81


Here’s a great mash-up clip that’s just chock full of Hollywood for Iggy Pop’s ‘The Passenger’


Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant (of The State, Reno 911, and the much-beloved be me Viva Variety) take to San Diego ComicCon to pin down the nefarious threat nerds pose to our national security.


big lebowskiThe best thing about swearing? It’s liberating. It feels good to get out of your system, and it’s even better when it’s loud. Anyway, if you are easily offended, skip this list. It does contain a lot of swearing. I’m having a bad day, so this is what you get, folks: a list of my top 10 favorite swearing movies. Be it a memorable scene, or an overall, total badass bout of creative cursing, these 10 films popped in my head. I believe there is a time and place for this kind of language, and for me—right here—that time is now. Enjoy my list of memorable cursing in the movies. Or don’t. It’s entirely up to you.

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by alphamonkey on July 29, 2008 · 0 comments

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Nick Mundy wants you to know that this clip is why we have the Internet.

For what it’s worth, I think the ‘again’ in the title card makes all the difference in the world.