Archive for March, 2011

March 23, 2011

Music Video: My Chemical Romance – Planetary (GO!)

I was never fan of the previous videos from the Danger Days album, the Na Na Na and Sing, well maybe because I’m not a big fan of action movies with superheroes (except Watchmen, that’s one hell of a movie). But this, this video, I’ve been replaying for many times now. I’m enjoying this one. Though it sometimes feels weird listening to their new record because they now sound different (it’s not a rant or something, it’s a fact), I’m so happy for them because they’re enjoying so much on Danger Days.

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March 21, 2011

Movie Challenge: Top 10 Horror Films of 2010

Top 10 Horror Films of 2010

I stumbled upon a post from Sound on Sight and decided to use their Top 10 Horror Films 2010 List as a challenge for myself this year.

Here are the films listed:

Paranormal Activity 2

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March 15, 2011

Music Video: Panic! At The Disco – The Ballad of Mona Lisa; Upcoming Album: Panic! At The Disco – Vices & Virtues; and Short Film: The Overture by Shane Drake featuring Panic! At The Disco


The Ballad of Mona Lisa is P!ATD’s single on their upcoming album Vices & Virtues, which will be released on March 28, 2011. This song has been in my head for weeks and I’ve been unconsciously singing it.

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Here’s the Trailer:

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March 10, 2011

The Umbrella Academy Maquette – The White Violin

The White Violin

The White Violin

Look. It’s a 10.5″ tall maquette of The White Violin, or 00.07 from The Umbrella Academy comic series by Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba.

Look how beautiful this thing is. Is it even existing?

But the price: $119.99

Kill me now.

Type: Statues

Release Date: October 13, 2010

Publisher: Dark Horse

Limited edition. Includes hand-numbered certificate of authenticity.

Link: Dark Horse

 

Added to my Amazon Wishlist.

March 9, 2011

Upcoming Film: Scream 4 on April 15

Scream 4 Poster

Scream 4 Poster

What’s your favorite scary movie?

After 10 years, the Scream franchise will be showing its fourth installment of the Scream trilogy-no-more film series. Sydney Prescott will be coming back to her hometown after a decade; and with that – inviting the never dying Ghostface killer. If you can remember (spoiler alert) from the last movie, Sidney’s half unknown brother was the one who is behind the killer mask. But he apparently died on that movie as he was shot in the head.

Who’s the killer on the loose now?

With the technology we have today, I am expecting this not to disappoint me. The trilogy is good, I was attached to the story, though since it was way back then, there are some scenes which have gotten so obsolete that I couldn’t appreciate it. But the story was great, especially from the last one. (I’ll make a review after watching this.)

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