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Reflective cdart

By Peerless | | Movies, Music, Tutorials, Website

INTRODUCTION\r\n\r\nWe all love our media collection.\r\n\r\nIt’s easy to forget that not too long ago, we had to get up from our confy chairs and actually change the CD from the disc tray.\r\n\r\nNowadays, we can easily convert our albums to our favorite format, and enjoy an organized and astheticaly pleasing media library.\r\n\r\nWe do it primarly for ourselves, but it’s always nice to impress friends, who have absolutly no knowledge of media centers.\r\n\r\nThey’re eyes glow with amazement and you never felt so proud of your media library… until:\r\n\r\n”Hey! There’s something wrong with the CD!”\r\n\r\nAs he was holding the CD, he compared it …
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Movie Review: Ruby Sparks

By mizaki | | Movies, Reviews

Ruby Sparks is about a writer Calvin Weir-Fields (played by Paul Dano) who as a 19 year old wrote a seminal book. Ten years on and he’s done little else (we can all relate, right?). Filled with neurosis he is given a task to write something, anything, even if it’s bad, by his psychologist  He writes about a dream girl or rather, a girl he is having dreams about, then a few days later, there she is in his home. Not imagined, no figment of a mental break down. A living, breathing person made flesh by his words. This is Ruby Sparks (played by Zoe Kazan). Who, …
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Movie Review: Looper

By mizaki | | Movies, Reviews

Looper is the latest by writer and director Rian Johnson. Although he has only made two feature films, excluding Looper, both should be on your watch list: Brick and The Brothers Bloom. So, in my book he is two for two. Can Looper make it three for three? There are a few interesting things about the concept of this film before we even really get going. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Joe and Bruce Willis plays Old Joe. Yep, in case you missed the trailers or build up: Warning this film contains time travel! Not only that, it is also set in …
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Movie Review: Resident Evil: Retribution

By mizaki | | Movies, Reviews

Just so we are clear on the rule: When you try to look cool you never can do.\r\n\r\nWith that said; lets take a quick recap of the franchise so far:\r\nResident Evil – Good.\r\nResident Evil: Apocalypse – Fine apart from Nemesis (I am Robocop).\r\nResident Evil: Extinction – Ali Larter and other annoying characters.\r\nResident Evil: Afterlife – Still Ali Larter! Plagas from nowhere and not explained at all.\r\n\r\nA very general overview as given to us at the start of the movie is something like: Alice worked for Umbrella that created a virus (of the “T” type) that reanimated the dead. It all …
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Animal Collective – Centipede Hz or: The Hipster Joy of New Purchases

By pete_the_lion | | Music, Reviews, Uncategorized

\r\n\r\nI had to physically restrain myself a couple of weeks back, and by that I’m not talking about all those leather items your Uncle keeps in his closet.\r\n\r\nI’d had the album on pre-release and while this usually isn’t a problem, this time around the band involved had the sheer insensitivity to give a free stream away over a week before the release. Shocking! Every day my fingers were itching to type in the web address to hear the fresh tunes but managed to hold off, as that would dilute one of my favourite things about new music.\r\n\r\nThere is something wonderful …
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Movie Review: Dark Shadows

By mizaki | | Movies, Reviews

I marked this down as a “catch on disc” movie. Now it is, lets see if I was wrong to wait.\r\n\r\nThe latest collaboration between Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, Dark Shadows is based on a daily television series that started in 1966 and ran for 5 years, so Wikipedia informs me. With both Burton and Depp being fans of the original you can imagine they’ve been planning this film for a long time, if only in their minds. Written by John August (who has worked on quite a few of Burton’s recent projects) and Seth Grahame-Smith (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, another one I’m waiting for the disc) but you’d …
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The Associated Fanart

By Kode | | Website

What is the Associated Fanart? \r\nBasically it’s an association of members that has formed to propose standards and ideas for fanart.\r\n\r\nThe association will also help pay for hosting costs for the site out of membership dues and any other funds it receives, therefore all donations will go through the association, as the association takes dues yearly our hope is to be able to pay for the server yearly as well, that is why we have a goal set for paying next years hosting costs with an indicator of what we are short of.\r\n\r\nWhile not directly connected to fanart.tv, fanart.tv is …
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Movie Review: Take This Waltz

By mizaki | | Reviews

If any of these put you off: Take This Waltz, Relationships, Indie. Stick with it as you may find this film a pleasant surprise.If you enjoyed Lost in Translation this may be a film you’ll enjoy as well.\r\n\r\nWritten and directed by Sarah Polley, best known for staring in Splice recently and who first came to my attention in the excellent Go. Staring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen and Luke Kirby with Sarah Silverman makes for quite an interesting cast. Listed as being released in 2011 this appears to be one of those films that had a very limited release and now is …
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8 New Image Types

By Kode | | Latest News, Website

Today we have added EIGHT new image types, the most we have ever added in one go before, and in an unprecedented move we have no images available for any of them!\r\n\r\nWith thetvdb having issues with bandwidth (that should be resolved soon) we decided to add banner support here (both season and series) to hopefully help alleviate some of the stress, but as this is fanart.tv we decided to raise the bar a bit to prepare for future sized big screens….\r\n\r\nWe have kept the aspect ratio the same but changed the image size to 1000 x 185px and more than …
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Movie Review: The Expendables 2

By mizaki | | Reviews

If you missed The Expendables, the basic idea is: Take a load of old actions stars, throw in a few newer ones (for the kids) and make an old school action film with knowing nods to the cheesy elements of the genre. It was mostly a forgettable action romp. In my case, I remember a big explosion on a dock type area and Sly not kissing “the girl” which, was quite a relief.\r\n\r\nIt did alright so why not do it again? There are mostly two ideas for sequels: Expand on the original idea with a new original story in the …
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