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I crossed my fingers for the duration of the trailer in hopes that Katherine Heigl would not rear her sullen brow. The fingers did not disappoint.
“Graduates of Benedictine University’s Video Production program enter the workforce with skills that directly apply to today’s highly aestheticized marketplace. Recent alumni have found work with both the unpredictable Tim & Eric and Anderson South Carolina’s Fashion Shack!”
I may apply for their video production program. Seems pretty legit.
During the whole span of Lawless, I couldn’t help but wonder where Optimus was. It was only later that I realized they replaced the robo-terrestrial with popular British gentleman and cyborg Guy Pearce!
I’ve always thought the opening sequence for the Japanese film ‘All About Lily Chou-Chou’ has been particularly haunting. It manages to set the uneasy tone of the film perfectly. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcrgQ67MYEM
Balance issues or more precisely benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. A common affliction associated with both zombies and kid ghosts.
I understand that this video is meant for children and has been made in order to inspire self-confidence through rhythmic expressionism but frankly the only thing that this particular video has inspired, at least within myself, are new phantasmagoric nightmares concerning suburban dance-parties. Tonight, I fear sleep.