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DVD REVIEW: Your Highness

Posted: May 18th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Rearview | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on DVD REVIEW: Your Highness

R RATING

102 Minutes | Adventure | Fantasy | Comedy

IMDB Rating | 5.6/10 from 46,484 users

“The Ultimate Stoner Movie”

Your Highness Movie Poster

Throughout history, tales of chivalry have burnished the legends of brave, handsome knights, rescuing fair damsels, slaying dragons and conquering evil villains. Behind many a hero is a good-for-nothing younger brother trying just to stay out of the way. Danny McBride and James Franco team up for an epic comedy adventure set in a fantastical world :: Read the full article »»»»


MOVIE REVIEW: Your Highness

Posted: May 5th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Rearview | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on MOVIE REVIEW: Your Highness

R RATING

102 Minutes | Adventure | Fantasy | Comedy

Release (Australia) 12 May 2011

IMDB Rating | 5.6/10 from 46,484 users

“The Ultimate Stoner Movie”

Your Highness Movie Poster

Throughout history, tales of chivalry have burnished the legends of brave, handsome knights, rescuing fair damsels, slaying dragons and conquering evil villains. Behind many a hero is a good-for-nothing younger brother trying just to stay out of the way. Danny McBride and James Franco team up for an epic comedy adventure set in a fantastical world :: Read the full article »»»»


The Return of the Greatest Sci-Fi Movie EVER, Blade Runner Prequel or Two!?

Posted: August 20th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Art News, Rearview, Tecnoid | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on The Return of the Greatest Sci-Fi Movie EVER, Blade Runner Prequel or Two!?

The new Blade Runner will not be a remake but rather a follow-up or a prequel to the original. Scott has yet to decide between the two options.

Sci-Fi fans its time to start working on a new Blade Runner costume, get ready to que for days waiting patiently for opening night. The all time classic sci-fi flick Blade Runner is finally going to get a sequal. The wheels were set in motion when Alcon Entertainment secured the rights – march 2011 – to produce the film, TV show and DVD. The momentum was accelerated when this month Ridley Scott signed on to produce and direct the new Blade Runner film. Does the Hollywood machine have a new science-fiction classic churning through its gears , we are hoperful.

Blade Runner was first released in 1982 and loosely based on the novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’ by  Philip K. Dick. There were also three authorized sequels to the original novel, “The Edge of Human,” “Replicant Night” and “Eye and Talon.” written by K.W. Jeter, a friend of Dick’s. Little is known of the script for the new film, all we know for sure is that it is giving a group of Hollywood writers sleepless nights as we speak. Will Decard the main protagonist of the original make a return to hunt down more runaway Replicants -genetically engineered slave labour-, or will it preceed Decards career and explain if he is a Replicant, was his childhood really his, there are plenty of options for the writers to choose from :: Read the full article »»»»


How to be a Man: Glenn O’Brien

Posted: August 12th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Art in the Streets, Art News, Blip, Kiss My . . ., Love and Other Drugs, Michael Courtenay, No Sh_t Sherlock . . ., Read A Book!, Rearview, Socially Engineered, They Said What | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on How to be a Man: Glenn O’Brien

How to be a man

Glenn O’Brien is – hate this tag. but it fits – an old school man. He’s a a very hetro-dandy, bit of a style meister and a liver of life.

He describes his working life rather opaquely as “writer, editor, copywriter and creative director, also worked as a grocery clerk, demolition man, steelworker, waiter, bartender, convention salesman, needlepoint painter, art director, singer, stand up comedian, and record producer”

O’Brien’s flippant CV continues through his personal descript “I’m a Pisces with Aquarius rising and a Cancer moon. I’m also a Fire Boar and right handed”

O’Brien was born in Cleveland, apparently during a blizzard, he attended public and parochial schools in Ohio and New Jersey and the Jesuit-run St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland.

He studied at Georgetown University, where he edited the Georgetown Journal – founded by Conde Nast. O’Brien also attended Columbia University Graduate School of the Arts, where he studied film.

O’Brien joined Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine, which was one year old, in 1970, as Assistant Editor and was made Editor & Art Director in 1971. O’Brien left Interview and became New York Bureau Chief of Rolling Stone in 1974, and then took the position of Articles Editor at Oui magazine with the Playboy Corporation in Chicago 1975. His CV is endless and envious, oh and if it went passed you, he’s adept with a word :: Read the full article »»»»