Man, everything sounds better if the T-1000 says it. Try it:
“Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul.” said the T-1000.
“Last night, I dreamt I went to Manderley again…” said the T-1000.
“Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us,” The T-1000 thought to himself, staring out at the water.
OK, that last one might be a bit much, but we’re still pretty orgastically happy that Pixar artist Josh Cooley took some of the most harrowing moments in film-from severed horse heads to severed Paltrow heads-and turned them into a wonderfully cartoony storybook, Movies R Fun. You can read more about his project here, and check out his blog to
join the legions begging him to publish this book immediately see more of his art, including the extraordinary “Loneliest Unicorn.”
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- Look, we know we have to restrain ourselves from talking about Breaking Bad all day, every day. But here’s one tiny mention of Breaking Bad-type news, that’s also about Community!
- Um, we’re pretty sure Luke said womp rats, not wombats. Luke would never shoot a wombat.
- Can an AI get into the University of Tokyo? And if it does, will Spielberg come in to direct its fourth year?
- Neil Gaiman will be writing another episode of Doctor Who! We’ll go ahead and assume that the power of the stories we tell ourselves will somehow be involved.
- We love our commenters, because none of you are like this guy. We hope.
- Celebrate Jack Kirby and help out a good cause with Wake Up and Draw!
- A brief history of hacking, courtesy of OMNI Reboot.
- So, hints about the Sinister 6 keep coming… could this mean that Marc Webb’s (presumed) Amazing Spider-Man trilogy is leading up to a giant supervillain team?
- The full run of “Tex Arcana,” the Old West/horror comic that appeared in Heavy Metal from 1981-1985, is now available online.
- Check out these gorgeous stills from Isao Takahata’s new movie, Kaguya-hime No Monogatari!
- The New Yorker reports on Egypt’s political cartoonists, and their attempts to keep pace with the country’s ongoing turmoil.
- Finally, we invite you to drop everything else you’re doing and watch Gene Siskel, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, and Martin Scorsese talk about movies.