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The Daily Froth June 30

June 30, 2010
The Daily Froth June 30

Wow, I cannot believe this lady is running for congress with this commercial.  Of course it is Arizona, so… Deus Ex Malcontent 8 Things that Twilight has ruined (besides Vampires) Uproxx Wonder Woman has a new look.  I don’t like it.  What do you think?  i09 Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green got hitched....
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WHY? {men in women’s pants}

June 30, 2010
WHY?  {men in women’s pants}

I recently flew to Portland, Oregon to visit my brother and fair cousins.  A good time was had by all – I was able to eat at my favorite Vietnamese restaurant, got a tour of my cousin’s new house while her handsome fiance made a phenomenal breakfast for us to share,  thrice sampled the wonders of Acme...
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Movie Review: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

June 29, 2010
Movie Review:  The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Fans will be relieved to know that Eclipse is a vast improvement over its two predecessors, Twilight and New Moon. Director David Slade (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night) manages to elevate almost every aspect of the film.  There is a decidedly darker and edgier tone this time around, and it is a welcome...
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Movie Review: Chaw

June 29, 2010
Movie Review: Chaw

Special from the New York Asian Film Festival A gigantic, half-ton, blood-thirsty wild boar is rampaging wild on the mountain, feasting on humans dead and alive. And who is responsible for this horrific threat to Sameri, the peaceful little hamlet (self-proclaimed “the Crimeless Village”), at the foot of the mountain? Why, Japan, of course....
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The Films of John Huston: Report from the Aleutians

June 28, 2010
The Films of John Huston: Report from the Aleutians

[Note: I said that I would be covering all three of Huston’s war documentaries in one article, but upon watching Report from the Aleutians (and other personal/professional affairs), I’ve decided to draw them out. I may condense The Battle of San Piedro and Let There Be Light, but we’ll see. And I also have...
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Interview With Breck Eisner On ‘The Crazies’

June 28, 2010
Interview With Breck Eisner On ‘The Crazies’

Many of you know by now that I moonlight for another website, The Flickcast, where I can really get my nerd on.  Recently I had the opportunity to interview Breck Eisner, director of Sahara and The Crazies.  If you haven’t seen the movie, it is a nifty horror flick, and it comes out on...
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The Daily Froth June 28

June 28, 2010
The Daily Froth June 28

I found this nifty little feature on another site.  This week, their “Horror Movie Kill of the Week” is from a ridiculous movie called Blood Hook. You must see this wholly unintended hilarious clip.  So bad. Flick Sided Just a little rant about massage stock photos.  You Just Made My List Fergie is leaving...
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Crabbygirlz ‘Scopes of the Week

June 28, 2010

Aries You’ve got the world on a string. What? That’s know what you wanted to hear? Taurus Throw your hands in the air. Wave ‘em ’round like you just don’t care . Gemini ...
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Death to Trees

June 28, 2010
Death to Trees

It’s not that I hated the tree from the beginning, it’s just that I was mostly ambivalent towards its existence.  I didn’t take things personally back in the early days because, I’ll be honest, it didn’t seem possible to me that a tree could have a malevolent purpose.  They’re trees, right?  They don’t think. ...
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Why Douglass Perry is wrong on 5th Set Tiebreakers

June 27, 2010

Dear Doug, I’d heard there were people like you out there, people making the argument that Wimbledon should do away with the “play until it’s settled”, no-tiebreaker 5th set (just like the French Open, and the Australian Open), so I Googled around a bit and found your article, “Wimbledon: John Isner, Nicolas Mahut and...
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