Dragon Gamez’ K-Fed is a bit tasteless, but still damn funny.
A Terrifying Message From Al Gore
Screenhead posts about A Terrifying Message From Al Gore (YouTube video), which could easily be an ad for his movie An Inconvenient Truth but is really just Al Gore’s 2002 appearance on Futurama in the episode Crimes Of The Hot. I had no idea that “Al’s daughter Kristin was a writer on Futurama,” did you?
Adam Sandler: Again, And Again, And Again
’80s Music Advice
Matt Wixon’s recent Humor Me column for the Dallas Morning News entitled “Advice From ‘80s Music” offers “some examples of important lessons learned from ’80s music, but please note that [he] was dreaming when [he] wrote this, so forgive [him] if it goes astray.” In case you can’t tell, in his short didactive paean to the ’80s, Wixon cites lyrics from ’80s songs. Although it’s a bit cheesy, I like it. “Let’s hear it for the boy…” ;-p
Clerks 2 Trailer #2
After seeing the first trailer, I’m still holding out hope that Clerks 2 won’t be a disaster. However, seeing another trailer makes me wonder if there’s much else to the movie…
Planes Of Fame Air Museum
When I was in Point Mugu, CA again, we had the chance to visit the Planes Of Fame Air Museum in Chino, CA, about an hour’s drive east of Los Angeles. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many WWII warbirds in one place before, and the coolest thing was that almost all of them were restored to flying condition. In fact, we missed their yearly air show by only two days, which was quite a bummer :-(.
I’ve posted pictures from the museum at my DrikoLand Gallery as well as in a flickr photoset.
ESPN’s YouTube Hall Of Fame
ESPN.com Page 2 did a great job with its YouTube Hall of Fame.
Spider-Man 3 Teaser Trailer
I think that the pretty cool Spider-Man 3 teaser trailer bodes well for the actual movie…
Sesame Street Superstition
In this YouTube video, “Stevie rips up the pavement on the Street with a SCORCHING version of Superstition.”
Ultimate Film Desktop
Neatorama reports that:
If you like Virgin’s Flex Your Music Muscle and Lonely Planet’s Cities, then you’ll like LoveFilm’s Ultimate Film Desktop, with references to 100 movie titles for you to find.
Several steps are necessary to get to the actual larger images, unfortunately. I think it’s worth the couple of clicks, though…