April 2012

Check out the video for Rufus Wainwright‘s “Out of the Game” featuring Helena Bonham Carter.

Rufus Wainwright – Out of the Game

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After her father (Stephen Lang) escapes custody and goes after his former boss Cormac “Sully” Sullivan (Steve Eastin), the man who has just killed ‘s son (Aaron Ashmore), Mary (Mary McCormack) finds herself under survelliance by the FBI on the authority of Agent O’Conner (Will McCormack) who wants nothing more than to hang the blame for the entire situation squarely on Mary’s shoulders.

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Dive

by Cap'n Carrot on April 30, 2012 · 0 comments

in Short Film

In this short film from director Benjamin Villeda, Alexis (Luz Edith Casillas) gets nervous about commitment after her boyfriend asks her to marry him. An impulsive reaction will detonate a series of events that will help Alexis to realize that sometimes we just need a break.

DIVE. Short Film. from Benjamin Villeda on Vimeo.

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At least that seems to be the message in this humorous David Lynch’s Pabst Advertisement using footage from Blue Velvet.

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Following the events of the last issue the Flash finds himself in the void of the Speed Force. Unable to find Iris or the other people plucked out of time, the Flash’s only companion is Turbine, an insane WWII pilot who has been trapped in the void for 70 years.

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This is English singer-songwriter Sadie Jemmett with “Come Down” from her debut album The Blacksmith’s Girl. You can get a free download of the song here.

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Ladies and gentlemen I give you the NSFW-ish trailer for the Portugeuese short film Banana Motherfucker.

Banana Motherfucker – Trailer (short film – 2011)

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Marco D’Alfonso is a Canadian artist. Check out more of his work on his official site, blog, and in his deviantART gallery.

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The Comic Rack

by Cap'n Carrot on April 30, 2012 · 0 comments

in Comics!

It’s a new week so it must be time to talk about comics! 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 offer you this quick list of all kinds of comic book goodness set to hit comic shops and bookstores this week from all your favorite publishers including DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Archie, Dynamite, Image Comics, and others.

This week includes Action Comics, Amazing Spider-Man, Animal Man, Avengelyne, Avengers Academy, Avengers vs. X-Men, Batwing, Blue Estate, Daredevil, Defenders, Detective Comics, Green Arrow, Justice League International, The Lone Ranger, Pigs, Red Sonja, Spawn, Star Trek, Stormwatch, Supreme, Supurbia, X-Men, the first issues of Dial H, Earth 2, Epic Kill, Garfield, G.I. Combat, Hulk Smash Avengers, Mind the Gap, Smallville Season 11, The Spider, Worlds’ Finest, and the final issue of Wolverine & the X-Men Alpha & Omega.

Enjoy issue #174

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I think we can all agree DC Comics New 52 has been a mixed success, at best. There are several reasons for this including the choice of characters and titles not included in the reboot, the vast difference in how much of each character’s history was rebooted compared to others, and odd yearning to recapture the style and gritty feel of the 1990’s.

No one is more responsible (or more to blame, depending on your perspective) than artist Jim Lee. Lee’s redesign of each member of the Justice League set the standard for the style of the New 52. But what if DC had decided to go in a different direction? What if, instead of Lee’s 90’s-inspired grittiness, DC had decided to allow Bruce Timm (the man largely responsible for the look of DC Animation for the better part of two decades) to redesign the DCU? Here’s what that much more vibrant, joyous, sultry, and kick-ass DCU might have looked like. I give you Bruce Timm’s New 32.

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