January 2013

Both Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) step in to help after Thea‘s (Willa Holland) arrest for driving under the influence of a new street drug named Vertigo. While Laurel gets her father (Paul Blackthorne) to talk with the judge (Serge Houde) who throws out a plea arrangement to make and example out of one of Starling City’s elite, Oliver calls on the help of an old friend working as a vice cop (Janina Gavankar) to find the mysterious Count (Seth Gabel) who is supplying the city with the powerful hallucinogenic compound that 56 people died to perfect.

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Hasbro is set to release a new “Black Series” line of 6in. classic Star Wars figures. The first wave, hitting stores in August, will include X-Wing Pilot Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, Darth Maul, and a Sandtrooper. Each can be yours for the low, low price of $20.

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Paperman

by Cap'n Carrot on January 31, 2013 · 0 comments

in Short Film

Disney’s Oscar-nominated short “Paperman” (originally released with Wreck-It Ralph) has finally hit the Internet. It skews to a slightly older audience than most of Pixar’s shorts (making sense as to play to the older, nostalgic, video game audience for Ralph), but it’s no less enjoyable. If you haven’t seen it, or even if you have, you should take a look.

Paperman – Full Animated Short Film

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Here are Ben Folds Five performing “Erase Me” on Conan from The Sound of the Life of the Mind, the band’s first new album in more than a decade.

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Bryan Q. Miller, the mastermind behind the best damn Batgirl comic ever, still needs a little help in getting Earthward (his proposed collaboration with Marcio Takara set in the far future about a motley crew of six space exploring scientists on a lonely quest for a shining planet known as Earth) off the ground. You can help support (and learn more about the project) here. Sounds like a mix between Isaac Asimov’s Foundation and Earth, Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and Titan A.E. And you know what, that sounds pretty damn awesome to us, so head over to Kickstarter and let’s make this happen!

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Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess star as star-crossed lovers from twin worlds with gravity that pulls in opposite directions who risk everything for a life together. The sci-fi romance from writer/director Juan Solanas also stars Timothy SpallVincent Messina, and James Kidnie. Upside Down opens in theaters on March 15th.

Upside Down Theatrical Trailer

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While looking into the case that destroyed Neal’s (Matt Bomer) family and his father’s (Treat Williams) career as a police officer, Neal and Peter begin an investigation into Senator Pratt (Titus Welliver). Not only do they believe Pratt is one of the a former dirty cops who was on the Flynn’s payroll, but it’s also highly likely he is the man responsible for Ellen’s (Judith Ivey) death. While Peter gets the measure of the man, Neal uses his charm to get a look at the Senator’s itinerary from his attractive assistant which allows Diana (Marsha Thomason) to place a bug on the man’s phone.

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Sure, you can call it a Creeper if you want, but we know why you really want one.*

*Not that there’s anything wrong with that

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Here’s Chad Valley with the video for “I Owe You This” featuring Twin Shadow from Valley’s Young Hunger EP.

Chad Valley (Ft. Twin Shadow) – “I Owe You This” (Official Music Video)

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