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I recently sat down with Eli Roth, Nicholas Lopez, Lorenza Izzo and Andrea Osvart to chat dance moves and natural disasters for the upcoming flick “Aftershock.” Set in the sexy seaside town of Valparaiso, Chile, the thriller follows a group of semi-strangers on a wild night of partying that’s interrupted by the forces of Mother [...]
Posted: May 8th, 2013 under tech/web, video.
Tags: aftershock, andrea osvart, chile, chilean, earthquake, eli roth, hemlock grove, horror, lorenza izzo, netflix, nicholas lopez, the weinstein company, thriller, twc radius, valparaiso
In elementary school, every year on Earth Day one of the 6th grade teachers – we’ll call her “Mrs. H” – would bring out her acoustic guitar, don a t-shirt with a cartoon planet Earth on it and lead an assembly of grade schoolers in singing John Denver’s “Earth Day Every Day.” Looking back, it [...]
How did it take me this long to start watching this? Lady pro surfer/Sports Illustrated model Alana Blanchard kicked off the the second season of her web series, “Alana: Surfer Girl,” last month on action sports network, Network A. Each webisode is like a visual mini-vacation to world-class surfing spots and the kind of wave-riding [...]
The whizzes at Industrial Light & Magic help me face off with an alien. You’re welcome, Earth and humanity! Battleship | Hollywood Dailies | Movie Trailer | Review
Posted: August 29th, 2012 under geekista, tech/web, video.
Tags: action, action hero, alien, battleship, blu-ray, dvd, hawaii, ilm, industrial light & magic, mahalo, peter berg, rihanna, special fx, taylor kitsch
Another year, another Con has come and gone. This was my 4th year covering Comic-Con and I had the privilege of filing stories for Hollywood Dailies and co-hosting the Comic-Con 2012 Special, both on Reelz Channel. The Monday after this annual pop culture extravaganza is a designated “nerd hangover” day, since most journos, reporters and [...]
Posted: July 19th, 2012 under braincandy, geekista, net culture, tech/web, video.
Tags: batman, Comic-Con, comic-con 2012, dave bautista, game of thrones, george r.r. martin, got, hollywood, jeremy parsons, mma, nerd, pop culture, princess leia, Reelz, reelz channel, rza, SDCC, Star Wars, TDKR, the dark knight, the dark knight rises, video, wwe
You may have already gleaned some of these from my Facebook page but here are a couple of links that kept me clicking this week. Not everyone is a fan of HBO’s Girls. If you’re a TV superfan such as myself, you have probably heard all the buzz surrounding the new Judd Apatow-produced series Girls [...]
Posted: April 13th, 2012 under braincandy, geekista, net culture, tech/web, video.
Tags: bioware, E3, ea, electronic arts, girls, HBO, judd apatow, k-pop, lena dunham, links, mass effect, mass effect 3, music, npr, Time, video games
Pilot season is coming to a close, some of the most dynamic cable shows are just starting up again, a little movie called The Hunger Games came out and Rihanna probably just changed her hair color 3 times in the time it took for you to read this sentence The pop culture world is buzzing [...]
Posted: April 4th, 2012 under geekista, huh?-larious, net culture, race in hollywood, tech/web.
Tags: angry birds, angry birds in space, bravo, gaming, hollywood, reality tv, rihanna, rovio, shahs of sunset, time magazine, video games