Pictured above, Deckard swipes his iPhone and orders some Chinese. Now you can use your precious iDevice to immerse yourself in the world of Blade Runner with an app called Sleep Machine, a neat little program meant to help you sleep by generating ambient sounds like wind, rain, surf and crickets. Now that’s great if you want to pretend you live out in the middle of nowhere, but can it relax the futuristic city dweller, looking to close his eyes and get lost in the soothing sounds of a dark, yet shimmering urban landscape?
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Some people love to hate Michael Bay.
Some people also love to hate movies that exist primarily to sell toys (kinda bizarre how two, high profile examples of this “genre” were released at the same time this week), so it should come as no surprise that a number of early reviews for Transformers: (Turn Off the) Dark of the Moon have stuck the kinfe in. These commentaters resolutely claim that the movie is abysmal, wanting you to believe it’s as painful as watching a Lady Gaga concert while having your testicles sandblasted.
Judas, I say!
As long as you go in knowing what to expect – a rambunctious movie about giant robots masterminding all manner of mayhem – then it’s easily the best of the three and a thoroughly enjoyable ride.
Mind you I’m no Michael Bay or Transformers apologist; I think the first movie is ok at best and the second IS as painful as the above. But the new film clearly removes itself from the pack in a few small but important ways…
I’m calling on my loyal readers who still keep the faith (both of you) to sharpen your stylus and get cracking on this one:
I’m way too lazy to do it myself, but i’d love to see this visualized! I’m keeping my fingers crossed that someone reading this also thinks the concept is too funny to pass up. And speaking of posts (and Tron), i’ve got one in mind and it will be online by Monday – promise.
Oh wait, assuming I get more than one entry I need a prize! Let’s see… ok, the winner gets to play DarthMojo editor and tell ME what the subject of my next post will be. Want to see more B5? A brand new Voyager image? Some behind the scenes BSG stuff? You win, you choose!
Thanks for staying with us…
Thirty Two years ago today, ABC rocked the house with the first-ever airing of Battlestar Galactica. Killer robots, thrusting spaceships and Lorne Green’s toupe would forever change my world. It also marked the official start of the 25 year countdown to Ron Moore’s epic re-imagining of the series, which breathed new life into the Galactica franchise and showed the world that you can take science fiction seriously. So, on this fine Friday evening, why not grab a friend (Cylon or otherwise) and tip a glass of Ambrosia in honor of Glen Larson’s little wagon train to the stars that could.
Hey everyone… 1,000 pardons for not posting anything sooner, but as many of you have summised I am indeed working on some new material I can’t really discuss yet. Of course, that’s no reason for not telling everyone sooner! The fact is, after a year of freelance, going back to a regular work schedule really zapped the life out of me. I started up soon after my last post, and when I get home i’m just so spent blogging really took a back seat – the last thing I want to do at home is sit back down in front of the computer… Continue reading ‘it’s alive!’
This is what happens when you cross a nerd with too much time on his hands with a warped sense of humor (pun intended). The ever-talented (and ever-warped) Daren Dochterman decided that my urinal puck and Nintendo remote from recent posts were begging to make the leap from pseudo Star Trek wannabe to iron-clad canon. So, ladies and gentleman, we present to you the USS WiiWee. Look for the resin kit in first quarter 2010.
… the USS Enterprise just keeps showing up no matter where you look. First it’s in a urinal, now it’s a fishing rod controller for the Nintendo Wii. What’s next? The Jefferies Tube in a salami? A Phaser in a beard trimmer? Is it us or is the whole world actually trying to look like Star Trek? [special thanks to reader BobaTrek for sending this one in. Send yours to DarthMojo4u at AOL]. At the risk of straying off topic for a moment, I just ran across this Photoshop image of Obama as a Vulcan. Am I the last guy on Earth to see this?