November 2010

And here’s hoping for many more BWA-HA-HAs!

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Complete with a flashing light-up wheel base the 4GB Black Light Cycle driven by Sam Flynn and the 8GB White Light Cycle driven by Kevin Flynn USB Flash Drives can be yours for $25 and $35 respectively. Cool, but where’s my classic yellow one!

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Now you too can travel back in time in a classy Delorean. Just put this 500 GB hard drive on your desk, and the space around your cubicle will be transported back to a time when being a nerd was uncool.

(via Uncrate)

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I had a chance to view Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan over the holiday weekend. The review is coming, but for now check out what star Natalie Portman had to say about the project.

Featurette – Natalie Portman

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DeviantART’s Hapo57 is a young Canadian artist with a love for Star Wars, Doctor Who, and hot chocolate. (She has good taste.) Check out more of her work here.

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Twenty-five and three-quarters years later Kurt Russell, Sarah Silverman, Weird Al Yankovic, Paul Scheer, Thomas Lennon, Kevin Nealon, and a few other comedians you’ve never heard of (or thought were long dead) gathered together to record a “new terrible version of an already not-that-great song” to benefit the LA regional food bank.

We Are The World 25.75

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Terrifying. That’s all I can say about Scene-Stealers sitegoer Will Dawson‘s list of the Top 10 Worst Christmas Movies Ever.

Wanna bitch about the commercialization of Christmas? Christmas movies have almost always scraped the bottom of the barrel. Especially recently, they’ve become guaranteed cash cows for every lazy studio with a lame script and a couple of stars who are willing to suffer the indignities of over-familiar, holiday-themed sap. They are as by-the-numbers as you can get and the movie stars think they are off the hook because its Christmas; it’s just for fun; yaaaay!

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Russell Brand as a CGI animated Easter Bunny? Hmm… Take a look at the first teaser trailer for Hop also starring James Marsden, Elizabeth Perkins, and The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco. The flick hops into theaters next April Fool’s Day.

Hop teaser trailer

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Our pal Eric had to leave the office yesterday to fulfill this prescription from his doctor.

We were all wondering, how’s it working so far?

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Check out this video from Steve Williams featuring several classic video game characters in a race.

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