Marcy Playground – Comin’ up from Behind (Cruel Intentions)

26 07 2009

From the movie Cruel Intentions, Comin’ up from Behind is a music by Marcy Playground

You know those songs that for some reason are part of your life and will follow you forever?
The ones you always get back to on happy and sad days, like an old friend?
Well, this is one of those for me, and part of a series of posts I’m calling my permanent playlist.





Philip Glass – Raising the Sail (Truman Show)

25 07 2009

Here’s another Philip Glass piece from the movie Truman Show called Raising the Sail:

I’m trying to adapt it to the piano.
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Terrordrome (PC)

24 07 2009

Fighting games with blood and gore with real actors is awesome… but why not take it to the next level?
Terrordrome is an unlicensed independent fighting game that has famous horror movie characters as players:

Interesting proposal, only possible on independent channels.
The game was created by Marc Echave, and seems it’s still in early stages… the official website is missing some stuff, but you can get Terrordrome official Demo already!
I dunno which characters were included, but I’m cheering for some cenobites from Hellraiser… xD

Source: IndieGames





Michael Nyman – The Other Side (Gattaca)

23 07 2009

Music from the movie Gattaca soundtrack:

You know those songs that for some reason are part of your life and will follow you forever?
The ones you always get back to on happy and sad days, like an old friend?
Well, this is one of those for me, and part of a series of posts I’m calling my permanent playlist.





Lou Reed – Perfect Day (Trainspotting)

22 07 2009

Lou Reed’s Perfect Day, from Trainspotting soundtrack.

You know those songs that for some reason are part of your life and will follow you forever?
The ones you always get back to on happy and sad days, like an old friend?
Well, this is one of those for me, and part of a series of posts I’m calling my permanent playlist.





Tron Legacy

20 07 2009

Sadly, I guess not too many geeks nowadays will promptly know about the original Tron movie, since it’s from 1982 and all, but to those who know it, here’s the trailer for Tron Legacy, the sequel us fans from the original movie were expecting for such long time:

And the most amazing part of all: Jeff Bridges is in it!!
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Brian Reitzell and Roger J. Manning Jr. – 50 Floors Up (Lost in Translation)

20 07 2009

Here’s some bonus music exclusive to the japanese Lost in Translation soundtrack:

Along with a picture that reflects A LOT the true spirit of the movie and what made me fall in love with it.
Of course I’m talking about Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson), but not only that… it also has something to do with the atmosphere and story Sofia Coppola masterfully passes…
It’s about the images, the music and ambience unique to Lost in Translation. You can also kinda feel it on The Virgin Suicides, but since it’s another context, I didn’t identify as much.
I usually tell friends that while I do think Scarlett is beautiful, probably the most beautiful actress we have nowadays, I didn’t fell in love with Scarlett Johansson… but I did with Charlotte. ;_;





The Ultimate Showdown

14 07 2009

Funny… as lots of other videos, I was completely shure I posted this one here. Maybe the search system isn’t working, but I’ll post again just in case.

This is the ultimate fanboy music video! xD
Tons of Internet characters only those proficient in Internet, movies, games and tv series useless culture will know… though most people will be able to identify lots of them.
Credit to this amazing video goes to:
Animation – altf4
Music – Lemon Demon

Source: Credit goes to Gizmodo post commenter fate47 – Meh.





RoboGeisha (Gore)

13 07 2009

The newest Noboru Iguchi b-rated japanese gore movie has another, less delicate take on japanese geishas:

Confused? Means you’re a normal human being then… 😛
For those who missed it, Noboru Iguchi is also the director of Machine Girl, another bloody b-rated movie.

Source: DannyChoo





Koroshiya Ichi (Ichi the Killer) (Gore)

11 07 2009

From famous japanese director Takashi Miike, known for using extreme violence (including sexual), japanese mafia (yakuza) and other morbid themes in his movies, here’s Koroshiya Ichi:

Part of the b-rated bloody gushing japanese movies culture, Ichi the Killer is probably the most controversial Takashi Miike movie.
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