The almighty Bruce Willis was born 62 years ago today. There’s not much else to say about it.
What, you thought I was going to say World War II? That’s so typical, not everything is about the Greatest Generation. Today marks the beginning of the school year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. I know I keep my love of Harry Potter somewhat of a secret compared to many of the other … Continued
Partially IRL that is. You only have about 30 seconds to score a goal. There’s no Golden Snitch, or Bludgers, and the first one to pull their parachute forfeits the game. These Skydivers got in character costumes and decided to play a short game of Quidditch. I can’t find anything else about this stunt, but … Continued
Those of you who’ve played Halo 3 back in it’s hay day know of the custom game variant of Griffball. Unlimited gravity hammers and swords, and trying to get a bomb in the other team’s goal. It’s more fun then it sounds. Well, the above video is a great new take on that game variant. … Continued
Harry Potter is one of my favorite book series, the films are up there on my list, but no where near the top (if only). I don’t particularly like fan-fiction, or fan made movies, or things like that, they usually suck. But this short film (or 10 segmented list), isn’t that bad. It’s worth a … Continued
In general I’m not much for fan fiction, or non-official cannon items. It just gets too crazy, and too quickly goes into the realm of adult oriented places that just really make no sense. That being said, the above short film The Greater Good, is a high quality production of the falling out between The … Continued
It’s not very often that a great book series gets turned into a great Television Show, or great Movie series. Lately, (thanks to the success of Harry Potter), more and more beloved books have made the jump. The latest series is one I only just started reading a last summer, and one I’m eagerly awaiting … Continued
Ever wondered what happened in the year 4 Billion B.C? Well according to 2001 a Space Odyssey, Aliens left a monolith on Earth. Did you know that in 35,000 B.C. two cavemen in Texas met an alien in their ice cave, at least that’s what The X-Files says. Then every 100 years for the next … Continued