Yeah, so… I don’t know what I was thinking. I guess you can watch it and judge for yourself, but it’s two minutes and ten seconds of your life that you can never get back. Read the rest of this entry
The trilogy is complete. I bet you still can’t believe they turned The Hobbit into a trilogy – me neither! But here we are, so let’s finish up with The Battle of the Five Armies. Read the rest of this entry
This Christopher Valentine character’s video, "Elves – Learn how to Attract Real Elves to You!" has garnered over 144,000 hits and he seems to be serious about getting Legolas to come hang out in your backyard.
Now I like Orlando Bloom as much as the next guy – what can I say, the dude is pretty. Anyway, Christopher Valentine’s website, Myst of the Oracle (I would have called it "Mystery of the Oracle" because it sounds way cooler), features all sorts of… I dunno, stuff. For Example, it makes mention of Dr. Christian von Lahr conducting the first Michael Jackson interview 48 hours after "crossing-over," which I assume is charlatan speak for dying, so it’s not just "fairy tale creatures are real" with these folks. It’s like a channeling Elvis while riding a dragon sort of thing. I love the list of celebrity endorsements:
- John Gray, best-selling author of "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus"
- Gary Zukav, the best-selling author of "Seat of the Soul."
- Dr. Michael Beckwith, best-selling co-author of the book and video "The Secret"
- and Larry King.
I thought I was detecting a theme, but then… Larry King. Didn’t see that coming. I bet Dr. von Lahr did, though.
As far as I’m concerned, YouTube is the real magical place, where things like this can grow and thrive right next to .
I finally got around to seeing the latest J. R. R. Tolkien/Peter Jackson jam, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and it did not disappoint – well, not me, at least. If the movie did pizz you off, I can certainly understand why. Also: check out my reviews of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey here (written) and here (video). Read the rest of this entry
As we’ve already done with Star Wars, we’re going back to Middle Earth for the prequel trilogy to The Lord of the Rings and this time, we’re going to have more fun with The Hobbit. I got started on the trek last Sunday with An Unexpected Journey.