Archive for the ‘Cinema’ Category

Street Fighter Legacy.

May 26, 2010

Fan film made by a professional stunt man. Probably the best live action street fighter film ever filmed since that part in Jackie Chan’s City Hunter.


Movie tracks – My Name is King

May 13, 2010

Movie tracks – Vamos a Matar Compañeros!

May 9, 2010

Levantando en el aire los sombreros
Vamos a matar, vamos a matar, compañeros
Pintaremos de rojo sol y cielos
Vamos a matar, vamos a matar, compañeros
Hay que ganar muriendo, pistoleros
Vamos a matar, vamos a matar, compañeros
Hay que morir venciendo, guerrilleros
Vamos a matar, vamos a matar, compañeros
Luchando con el hambre, sin dinero
Vamos a matar, vamos a matar, compañeros
Estudiantes, rebeldes, bandoleros
Vamos a matar, vamos a matar, compañeros
Hermanos somos, reyes y obreros

Feliz cinco de mayo!

May 5, 2010

I hope you are ready to party hard gringos, because we are.

Edit note: Fox is hunting down all the trailers in youtube it seems. Maybe they want to kill the movie just like they did with Idiocracy. So here goes another mirror, you can’t stop machete gringos!

Random stuff.

May 4, 2010

Small update:

-More beat em up chronicles coming.
-Correcting a ton of typos in other posts.
-Adding more stuff to the Grandia entry.
-The remake of Clash of the Titans is annoying, don’t see it unless you’re 8 and with ADHD
-Finished Bionic Commando Rearmed, at last. I loved the game, cheap parts and everything.
-After Burner Climax is a lot of fun, i suck playing it by the way

A lot more stuff is coming, serenidad y paciencia.

The hollywood machinery eating itself.

April 30, 2010

Commando getting a reboot

That’s right, the 80s actioner Commando, a vehicle for Arnold, featuring some of the most memorable one liners of the genre, might get a reboot. Yes, a “reboot”, hollywood’s new fancy word for “we are still rehashing stuff and we don’t care” method of movie making.

I can see some people claiming this is nothing new, that hollywood has always been like that. Yes, rehashing stuff is not new, but answer me this, which movies were been “rebooted” or remade in the 70s? 60s? 50s? The argument just ends up being a poor excuse to cover the recycling machine that is hollywood today. Hollywood, one of the biggest entertainment industries in the world, exporting their product to almost every corner of the earth. This same machinery thinks it’s ok to make a “reboot” of Commando, and the sad thing will be that a lot of people think is ok to go and pay to see it. The karaoke analogy in that article sums it up quite well i think. It’s like as time passes by each generation just comes and devours the previous one, and so on.