Posted in June 2012

Rock, Paper, Werewolf

Rock, Paper, Werewolf

I play a lot of “Rock, Paper, Scissors” at work. Seriously, no joke. When there’s a group of us who are asked to do something that only one of us can do, we duke it out. So when I found Moving, Mind, Studio’s video it really made me laugh. I mean the writing is hilarious … Continue reading

Why I love Mumford & Sons

Why I love Mumford & Sons

It takes me a good 25 minutes to get to work, and these past few days I’ve been playing these guys non-stop, both ways. They’re a British “folk-rock” band who I’ve wanted to see for a loooong time now. They don’t like the label “folk” themselves, but that’s what everyone is calling them. I don’t … Continue reading

Dirty Girl

Dirty Girl

So I know Tuesday’s almost over, but I found this trailer I think you should check out. It’s Dirty Girl, released October 7th, 2011 in select theaters. Stars Juno Temple, Jeremy Dozier, Milla Jovovich, Mary Steenburgen and William H. Macy. It’s 1987 and Danielle (Temple) is the typical promiscuous girl in school. She doesn’t know who her father … Continue reading

Newsroom

Newsroom

So after last nights Trueblood, (which was NOT a let down!) I watched the premiere of the new HBO series The Newsroom. The show stars Jeff Daniels, Emily Mortimer, Sam Waterston, Emily Pill, John Gallagher Jr (!), Thomas Sadoski and Dev Patel…and looks like Olivia Munn, starting next week. They’re all working to build up a better show … Continue reading

SS # 5

SS # 5

Soundtracks aren’t just in movies. Video games are turning more and more into great venues for new music. I have been a fan of Jonathan Coulton for a while, and have always liked his song at the end of the game Portal, released in 2007. I’m not a big gamer, but I am well versed … Continue reading

The Quick Review Catch-up

The Quick Review Catch-up

Ok, so I’m behind on my book post…but I have been watching ALOT of movies and I wanted to kind up sum them all up in one post, since its been a little while for reviews. Sorry! Movie # 7: Hunger (2008), about the “last days” of Bobby Sands (Michael Fassbender), an Irish republican who leads … Continue reading

The Orange Song

The Orange Song

Ok so this video of the week is a little silly, but entertaining. Feel free to disagree. The “song” comes from JennaMarbles. If you aren’t familiar with her, she’s pretty hilarious. This is one of her random ones…warning you it has a lot of F-bombs and her dog’s are cute! Have a good weekend!

Take Me Home

Take Me Home

Trailer of the week today is Take Me Home, written and directed by Sam Jaeger (Parenthood). I think its a limited release, Imdb says it was released in 2011, but I can’t find a real date. You can visit the website here. It looks hilarious and touching. Stars him and his real-life wife, Amber, which is why … Continue reading

Liebster Award :)

Liebster Award :)

I was awarded this by Jane Reads, thanks again! So now it’s my turn to nominate! Here are the rules: “Liebster” is German for “Dearest”. The award is a  “Share the love arrangement”, given to inspirational bloggers with less than 200 followers. Here is the to do list for any of the  “Liebster” blog award … Continue reading

Late Father’s Day Montage: Movie Dads

Late Father’s Day Montage: Movie Dads

So hope you all had a Happy Father’s Day! I’m back after a little break, and wanted to tell you all my favorite “movie dad’s.” They’re all by category, so here we go: 1. Best “villain” dad: Jack, from The Shining. Need I explain? Cabin Fever or something else sets in and drives this Father to … Continue reading