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So there's this great man (Jeremy Sumrall) making a sure-to-be-great horror movie (Possum Walk) which features Keli Wolfe, also a co-star in this webseries about a Dallas-based comic book store. We're going to duck Sumrall's giant sledgehammer long enough to get an interview with him up in the near future. In the meantime, however, please enjoy 'The Variants,' Episode 1. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V95gTFLKduQ&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Efacebook%2Ecom%2Fhome%2Ephp%3F&feat]...

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GonzoGeek Picks The 2009 Oscars: Best Picture

With the Oscars looming on Sunday, February 22, GonzoGeek will be previewing this year's awards with a look at five major categories...with some help from a Nintendo 64 game. Monday: Best Supporting Actress Tuesday: Best Supporting Actor Wednesday: Best Actress Thursday: Best Actor Today: Best Picture Nominees (Odds) The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" - 6/1 Slumdog Millionaire" - 1/7 Milk" - 20/1 Frost Nixon" - 30/1 The Reader" - 50/1 What began as a somewh...

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GonzoGeek Picks The 2009 Oscars: Best Actor

With the Oscars looming on Sunday, February 22, GonzoGeek will be previewing this year's awards with a look at five major categories...with some help from a Nintendo 64 game. Monday: Best Supporting Actress Tuesday: Best Supporting Actor Wednesday: Best Actress Today: Best Actor Nominees (Odds) Frank Langella, "Frost/Nixon" - 10/1 Sean Penn, "Milk" - 3/2 Brad Pitt, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" - 25/1 Mickey Rourke, "The Wrestler" - 1/2 Richard Jenkins, "The...

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GonzoGeek Picks The 2009 Oscars: Best Actress

With the Oscars looming on Sunday, February 22, GonzoGeek will be previewing this year's awards with a look at five major categories...with some help from a Nintendo 64 game. Monday: Best Supporting Actress Tuesday: Best Supporting Actor Today: Best Actress Nominees (Odds) Anne Hathaway, "Rachel Getting Married" - 4/1 Angelina Jolie, "Changeling" - 25/1 Melissa Leo, "Frozen River" - 35/1 Meryl Streep, "Doubt" - 5/2 Kate Winslet, "The Reader" - 1/2 If Supporting Actress i...

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GonzoGeek Picks The 2009 Oscars: Best Supporting Actor

With the Oscars looming on Sunday, February 22, GonzoGeek will be previewing this year's awards with a look at five major categories...with some help from a Nintendo 64 game. Monday: Best Supporting Actress Today: Best Supporting Actor Nominees (Odds) Josh Brolin, "Milk" (20/1) Robert Downey, Jr., "Tropic Thunder" (25/1) Philip Seymour Hoffman, "Doubt" (30/1) Heath Ledger, "The Dark Knight" (1/100) Michael Shannon, "Revolutionary Road" (50/1) The untimely death of Heath L...

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GonzoGeek Picks The 2009 Oscars: Best Supporting Actress

With the Oscars looming on Sunday, February 22, GonzoGeek will be previewing this year's awards with a look at five major categories...with some help from a Nintendo 64 game. Today: Best Supporting Actress Nominees (Odds) Amy Adams, "Doubt" (12/1) Penelope Cruz, "Vicky Christina Barcelona" (1/2) Viola Davis, "Doubt" (3/1) Taraji P. Henson, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (15/1) Marisa Tomei, "The Wrestler" (5/1) The odds aren't too far apart for any one nominee in th...

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REPOSTED from www.mediabistro.com Tuesday, Aug 19 Watchmen Dispute: Alan Moore's Work is Jinxed Watchmen was the only thing anyone was talking about at Comic Con this year. Kevin Smith told the director of the film Zack Snyder at a standing room only panel,"The whole reason we ever had a Comic Con was that someone would make a Watchmen movie. I feel like after I see it I can die!" It's due to be released in March (3/6/09 to be exact...snort). Now, 20th Century Fox says it owns the rights b...

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“The Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us, and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together.” I distinctly remember going to see “Star Wars” in 1977. I was only 8 years old, but my parents took my sister and I to see the phenomenon. It was only showing at a single screen theater in downtown Lake Charles at the time, but we stood in line got our tickets and changed our lives. From the moment the...

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After yesterday’s carpet bombing of the “Star Wars” franchise I thought I should try to make amends to Hollywood. Summer movie time is quickly approaching. It’s that special time of year where Hollywood depletes most of its budget for the year in hopes that we’ll all line up at the neighborhood googleplex to see the latest spin on an old TV show or Previous Blockbuster Plus Number. I will. I love what we loving refer to around my house as “popcorn movies.&r...

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Wrestlemania 2000 Picks The Oscars

Back in college, I briefly had the editorial reins of the entertainment section in an alternative (read: unpopular) campus paper. One of my few accomplishments was an Oscar prediction article pitting our resident film critics up against Wrestlemania 2000, the old then-WWF game for Nintendo 64. It was supposed to be a stupid gimmick, something I have built a reputation on over the years. But then Wrestlemania 2000 went 5-for-5 and blew our “experts” out of the water. Ever since,...

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