"These two words, nerd and geek, are frequently used interchangeably. However, this does a great disservice to all nerds and geeks who wear the badge of their respective anti-social lifestyle choice with pride. For this reason I feel that it is of the utmost importance that we correctly define the two terms.

A geek can best be defined as one who maintains an excessive fascination with a single thing or collection of things. I use the more general term thing only because there is a wide range of fascinations available which may qualified as geeky. Some have asserted that the object of obsession must be one that is not considered to be socially acceptable or commonly observed from the majority of inhabitants of any give society."




Saturday, March 6, 2010

This took less than $100 to make

Spotted at the homie Jabari's blog...Apparently this guy re-did the opening sequence of "A Goofy Movie" in real-time scene by scene.   I don't want to hear any person talking about they can't do something because of minimal resources.  This guy did this with a few friends and a lot of imagination.

Check it out

Aren't you excited for this???

Best believe that when this movie comes out, I'll be one of the first people in line ready to laugh myself to sleep...and be awake to tell you what happened. Usually I'm interested in remakes of older films because it gives a new spin on an existing story. I understand some people's gripes that they would rather have an original film instead of butchering a classic, but no idea is that original. It has to stem from life or our personal imaginations. In order to form imaginations, it has to be based somewhat on life experiences. So how can it "really" be original if its based on something else?

I don't know if that makes sense, but it sounded really good as I'm typing this. Haha!

But anyway, not only are they going to remake "Nightmare On Elm Street" to be released in the next few months, they're also working on the remake to "Child's Play" to be more scarier and less comedic than those God awful sequels. The point of the remake is to focus more on Charles Lee Ray, as opposed to the infamous doll. That's gonna be fire. I would love to see Chucky shank a little kid than hide back in his box, but somehow I feel a human version of him doing the same thing while practicing voodoo would make it enjoyable.