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New Brow art

The Birth of Pop Surrealism. “This is not a current version of Modern Pop Art. This a new movement, a new thinking in the art world. These are the artists that will inspire a new generation.”

A nice teaser/trailer for a sector of art that is slowly permeating the old stodgy model. No dates set as to when it will come out, I know they will be filming in NYC in June at the Shepard Fairey opening. More information at their website, here

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David O. Russell freaks out on Lily Tomlin on set of “i heart the huckabees”

history of breakdancing

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Germans love hip-hop and to prove it we have uncovered a great stop-motion video relaying the history of breakdancing. It looks to be inspired by another great stop motion film 360

bloody movie

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300 is the Bloodiest Movie Ever, honestly. I guess they had to make up for the men in underoos and capes somehow. Blood and a little sex.

Killer sheep

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On a vast New Zealand sheep station, a reckless genetic engineering experiment goes horribly wrong, turning sheep into bloodthirsty killers. Click here to watch the trailer.

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Grindhouse the new Quinton Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez film looks amazing. Well, at least the trailer does. FYI, besides Kurt Russel, Geraldo Rivera, and Josh Brolin, are in it.

DVD release

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Out on DVD today, American Hardcore. Buy it here

hollywood blunder

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Variety reports, Universal Pictures has acquired the rights to make a film about Milli Vanilli, the duo that rose to the top of the pop charts and fell just as quickly when they were exposed as frauds. I can only imagine who they have lined up to play the lead roles.

propaganda DVD

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The four-DVD set ‘Animated Soviet Propaganda’ opens the vaults on decades of Cold War humor. These are no Disney-like fairy tales or Russian folk stories. Instead, these animated short films intended for the Soviet masses painted a sinister portrait of life in capitalist America.

“Black and White,” produced in 1933, depicted a highway with an endless row of blacks lynched on telephone poles. “The Millionaire,” made in 1963, told the story of a rich American woman who leaves $1 million to her pet bulldog, who becomes so wealthy and powerful that he eventually is elected to Congress. And in the 1979 animated short “Shooting Range,” a jobless American youth finds work in a carnival shooting gallery only to discover the evil, greedy owner is now charging double

comedy of 2007

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From the creators of Shaun of the Dead, comes Hot Fuzz,pegged as a remake of Lethal Weapon in West County. This film is probably one of the most anticipated film to come from the British in a long time. It also stars our favorite of the moment Bill Nighy.

man meets woman in paris

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Luc Besson breaks new ground in his filmmaking with Angel-A, a movie about a schlub who finds a tall, strikingly beautiful but supernatural woman to accompany him on his exploits. If you remember his sci-fi adventure The Fifth Element, this is the same thing but exchanging sci-fi for art house. Watch the trailer.

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