Posts Tagged ‘movie’


Papercraft Friday #85: Ironman 2

May 7, 2010

It’s Ironman 2 weekend, so what better way to start it off than with some Ironman 2 papercraft.  Raphael Gatt has made several different paper models of Ironman and War Machine and Iron Monger on his website, including the Ironman 2 Mark VI shown here.  Not only fun to make, but cheaper than a movie and popcorn!

Not keen on this one?  Want more?  Check out other Papercraft Friday posts.

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Hot Tub Time Machine Trailer

December 17, 2009

This movie was made for me.

Thanks Justin for pointing me to the trailer!


Blast From The Past: HBO Intro

October 25, 2009

I was watching True Blood on DVD and this popped into my mind right before the start of an episode.  Gotta love it.


Star Trek: The Gag Reel

October 13, 2009

Update:  Looks like Paramount made YouTube take it down.  Booooo.

From the 2009 movie:

J.J. Abrams is also wearing my Infocom shirt!


Coming Soon: Trek Tuesday

May 24, 2009

treklogoSo I’ve been thinking of adding two new features to the blog, similar in nature.  The first of these is what I’m going to call Trek Tuesday.

The new movie has gotten me in the mood to watch some Star Trek, and the week the movie came out, the Blu-ray set of the first season of the original series came out, and the new versions look gorgeous.    So to “force” me to watch them, I’m going to try to watch one each week in airdate order, and upload my impressions on Trek Tuesday.

I’m not going to spend a lot of time recapping the story.  I’m not much of a nitpicker, either… I don’t usually notice if someone’s tricorder switches from their left hand to their right hand, and I don’t really care.  I’m sure there are a million websites that outline all that stuff in great detail.  Instead I’m going to do a couple of quick sections: “Stats” section, a “Story” section with a one sentence description of the story, a “Stunned” section detailing what I liked, a “Killed” section on what I wasn’t so crazy about, and a “Final Thoughts” section to recap.  I’m going to do one episode a week, which should be manageable with my schedule and something I should be able to keep up with.

All the episodes are available to view on YouTube (not the new Enhanced versions), and I’ll be embedding them into each post. I’d love for anyone interested in doing the same to follow along each week and leave your comments!  Stay tuned Tuesday for “The Man Trap.”


Papercraft Friday #40: U.S.S. Enterprise

May 8, 2009


In celebration of the Star Trek movie being released this week, I think it’s appropriate to pick a Star Trek model for this week’s papercraft.  I chose the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Constitution Class.  The original ship of James T. Kirk.

While not the exact ship of the movie, it also corresponds to the release of the Blu-ray set of the first season of the original show, which happened last week.  The model is from, from their Star Trek model page.  They offer a Pepakura Viewer PDO file and Adobe Acrobat versions with and without lines.  Model long, and prosper.


Gatchaman Movie Poster

March 27, 2009


How did I miss previous news about this??

via Twitch.

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