Monthly Archives: August 2011
DeviantArt user ~TRP-Chan has created what is probably the coolest thing I’ll see today – a badass puppet of Wheatley from Portal 2. Complete with light up eye and samples from the game, this is exactly the kind of thing that makes me wish I could build things without seriously injuring myself.
You read more about it and even check out how it was made on ~TRP-Chan’s deviantArt page here.…
I was recently at a private media screening of Wim Wenders’ new film, Pina, at Event Cinemas in Sydney. Essentially, its just a documentary on the avant-garde choreography of the late Pina Bauch, a pioneer of modern dance. Hardly noteworthy in this forum, except for the fact that the film was in 3D. And this got me thinking about the whole 3D phenomenon and how I feel about it.
3D film is a classic case of a product being pushed on a market, as opposed to fulfilling supply and demand. People weren’t crying out for 3D films. As far as I can tell, 3D films are the studios last big effort to get audiences back into the theatres, to see films during their theatrical release instead of just waiting for (the now much more desirable) DVD.…
Here is a picture of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in Christoper Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises”.
First of all, where are the ears? Catwoman should have cat ears on a helmet/suit. End of story.
I had planned on reviewing Duke Nukem Forever. I was actually really excited about it, finally I would be able to write a review of this game that we’ve been waiting 13 odd years for. But after playing it a bit… I don’t think I’m going to bother finishing it. Therefore I don’t feel comfortable writing something I would call a “review”. With so many other games that I really want to play and the limited time I have to play them, Duke has to drop off the list for now. However I do want to share some thoughts, so here goes.…