Monday, October 12, 2009

13 Writing Tips

Chuck Palahniuk is an American transgressional fiction novelist and freelance journalist. He is best known for the award-winning novel "Fight Club", which was later made into a film directed by David Fincher. He shares here, some of his tips for good writing. Read on!


What every kid needs! A Alien Facehugger Plush!

He just wants to give you a kiss!

Don’t you wish there was someone, or something, at home that loved you unconditionally? The Alien Facehugger Plush can do just that! As soon as this little guy sees you he’ll try to jump up and give you a giant smooch. He loves you so much that he'll refuse to let go!

He even told us that he wants to give you a super sweet present called a Xenomorph. We don’t know what that is, but it sounds pretty thoughtful. Who knows? Maybe it'll be another pet that is BURSTING with love.

The Alien Facehugger Plush is made from extremely high quality material for maximum softness. Experience total comfort as he clutches your head in his loving grip. The 'fingers' of the Facehugger Plush have a wire skeleton that can bend in any direction for maximum poseability.

If you have heartburn or tightness in your chest don’t worry, that's just the Facehugger Plush filling you with its love
. - source

Me wanty!


New Road Rash game.Pre-Vis.


Road Rash was a goldmine for me in my younger days. As well as being a pure violent game with competitive moments, it also introduced me to Soundgarden and it had some of the coolest menys of all time. Hells yeah..

It seems that a animator from a uknown games-company leaked this vid.. and its looking great!


Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Sequels that bombed!

Someone made a list of all the sequels that bombed at the box-office into a pretty picture =D


Five Favorite Films with John Malkovich

Actor, producer, and director John Malkovich has had a long career spanning several decades, beginning on stage in high school. Malkovich, who went on to be a founding member of the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, has also earned praise for several of his film roles, including supporting turns in 1984's Places in the Heart and 1993's In the Line of Fire.

This week, Malkovich stars in a new independent film, Disgrace, which opens in limited release on Friday. Based on a critically-acclaimed novel by J.M. Coetzee, Disgrace is the story of a professor in post-Apartheid South Africa who becomes embroiled in controversy when he enters into an affair with a mixed-race student of his. When we asked John for his Five Favorite Films, he responded by saying, "I can't really say that I have five favorite films; somehow my mind just doesn't work that way." As an alternative, we present to you John Malkovich's list of five recommendations he would make to any cinephile: -


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