Wednesday, March 05, 2014

I Am Link

--- Bittersweet Symphonies - Nicholas Hoult is set to star in Kill Your Friends, a flick set in the world of 90s Brit-Pop, adapted from the book by John Niven. Anybody read it? It sounds up my alley. Speaking of up my alley, Nichols Hoult ladies and gentlemen.

--- Sunshine Days - Over at The Film Experience Nathaniel has announced the start of the new season of his most fun series "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" - it will be back on Tuesday, March 19th at 9pm celebrating the tenth anniversary (ten years, that is crazy) of Michel Gondry's masterpiece Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Then the week after that it's LA Confidential, which I probably haven't seen since it came out. 

--- Package Delivery - Have you guys seen this fashion (really I should put fashion in quotation marks) lay-out over at Vice that's a bunch of pictures of, well, not to put to fine a point on it, boners? It's really something. A lot of somethings. A lot of bulging somethings. I swear somebody else did one of these last year too, though. Boners are so hot right now.

--- Bad Trip - I'm really curious about this upcoming horror flick Afflicted, which people have been pretty buzzy about since it screened at Fantastic Fest last year - you can watch its trailer here. We're always on the look-out for something new and good horror-wise! Afflicted is out at the start of April.

--- Truer Detective - With not very much time to go until the Veronica Mars movie is out in theaters - nine days yo! - The New York TImes is taking a look at we the frenzied fans who opens our pocketbooks - and our hearts! - to get Veronica & Co back where they belong, entertaining our asses. (thanks Mac)

--- Meat Lovers - If I haven't laid out my case adamantly enough, day in day out, time and again, for why you need to be watching Bryan Fuller's Hannibal, then head over to this post at HuffPo where they do a fine job of the same. Whatever it takes! Hannibal is so much better than True Detective, you guys.

--- Wonder Boys - Back to the Oscars for a second - over at The Film Experience Glenn takes a look at the winners speeches backstage, including (swoon) Spike Jonze's. You can watch his with the sound off and just pretend he's saying, "I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you." Not that I did that. Ten times. You just could. If you wanted. Ahem. Also Oscar-related, Nathaniel's asking who we think will be back for a second nomination the soonest - y'all head over there and keep the scales tilted in Fassy's direction.

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