The Strokes released a new song called "One Way Trigger" which you can currently download for free off their website.
I think I like it because it sounds like La Roux.
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Friday, January 25, 2013
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Of the 8000 shows I watch and other 8000 shows I'm behind on watching this week's best scenes came down to two easy answers:
2. Ted and Lily Are(n't) Horrible People - How I Met Your Mother
In order to get Ted to admit he is displeased with Barney and Robin's engagement, Lily admits she sometimes wishes she wasn't a mother. Alyson Hannigan killed it by immediately and honestly bursting into tears during her confession. A great scene for her as a performer, and further proof that this show is a lot better than the people who don't watch it think it is. Marshall & Lily's difficult time adjusting to new parenthood has underscored the entire season
1. The Entire Fringe Series Finale
From my tumblr,
Wow. THAT was a series finale.
Thank you Fringe for these past four and a half years. From your slow start in season one to the impact of the eighteenth episode of season two, to one of the best seasons of television ever aired, period, with season three, to the ups and downs of season four, to the most satisfying series finale I’ve ever seen in season five, I along with tons of other fans have stuck with you throughout it all and can now officially say without hesitation - it was so very very worth it.
Thank you for most fascinating cases-of-the-week on TV, for a plot development so daring it alienated all your fair-weather viewers (eh, screw em anyway), for being hard core fucking science fiction on network television (that got to finish telling its story!), for performances so brilliant, I feel bad for anyone who hasn’t gotten to experience them, and for an investment in character and relationships that rarely seem to exist anymore anywhere. Thank you for Peter & Olivia, for Astrid, for LINCOLN LEE, for Nina, for Broyles, for Belly, for September, and most of all, for the wonderful Walter and his journey over these five seasons. John Noble is a god among men.
SO wearing my Observer hat tomorrow.
"You are my very favorite thing"
"You can stop checking out my young ass"
"It's a beautiful name" See full post
Posted by LoquaciousMuse at 2:05 PM
Monday, January 14, 2013
Monday, January 7, 2013
In order to raise money for Stand Up 2 Cancer, Rovio, the company behind everyone's favorite digital addiction Angry Birds, has teamed up with Lucasfilm to create some delightful Angry Birds Star Wars shirts. The shirts launched on Cyber Monday this past November and are available exclusively through the Stand Up 2 Cancer website. A look at more selections below!
To celebrate this awesomeness and support the good cause, All Things Fangirl is giving away a Totally Over Cancer Women's T-Shirt to one lucky reader! Just fill out the Rafflecopter to enter. The contest ends January 21st.
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Posted by LoquaciousMuse at 6:18 PM
Saturday, January 5, 2013
Find the complete January preview over on Film.com!
5. Mama Jan 18
Jessica Chastain does a horror movie!! Rejoice!! Directed by Spanish director Andres Muschietti and executive produced by Guillermo del Toro, the film follows Annabel (Chastain) and husband Lucas (Game of Thrones' Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) who are raising his nieces after they were discovered in the woods, lost for five years, and are definitely being haunted by something they think is their mother. Fun fact! Muschietti was a PA on 1996's Evita. Double fun fact! The Mama trailer, featuring a gothed out Chastain, is kind of terrifying.
4. John Dies at the End Jan 25
This indescribable romp through insanity trip of a movie finally gets a limited release! The film from Bubba Ho Tep helmer Don Coscarelli, has been a midnight favorite at film festivals for all of 2012 and for good reason. Decidedly not for everyone, be sure to give the trailer a watch to figure out if it's your speed. But if two adorable exorcist-types taking a drug named soy sauce that makes them see other dimensions and helps them save the universe sounds up your alley, you're in for a confusingly wonderful time at the movies.
3. Movie 43 Jan 25
This new comedy featuring intertwining shorts directed by the likes of James Gunn, Brett Ratner and Elisabeth Banks stars just about everyone ever. The trailer smacks of the raunchy hilarity of early Farrelly Brothers, so it should come as no surprise that Peter Farrelly is a producer and part of the large directing team. The actors include Oscar winners, comedy staples, TV stars, and Gerard Butler, perhaps reviving his career playing a Leprechan.
2. Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters Jan 25
Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton star as Hansel and Gretel, siblings who have become vengeful witch hunters in their adult hood. Delayed, delayed and delayed some more, this action comedy filmed in 3D is finally getting released in good ol' January. But if the timing freaks you out, take a look at the writer/director and producing team for some semblance of reassurance. The director of Dead Snow meets the producing team of Will Ferrell and Adam McKay? This is so crazy it might just work! Or be mind blowingly awful.
1. Gangster Squad Jan 11
After being delayed four months to allegedly reshoot certain sequences in light of the Aurora shooting, Gangster Squad is one of the few films that may in fact be excellent, despite its questionable month of release. Ruben Fleischer's (Zombieland) third film stars Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Nick Nolte, Sean Penn and Josh Brolin and is a 1950s Los Angeles set Noir about the LAPD's battle to keep the East Coast mafia away from their city. The screenplay from Castle scribe Will Beall is based on Paul Lieberman's book and holycrapIcan'twait.See full post
Posted by LoquaciousMuse at 6:48 PM