Stephen Colbert Song and Dance

No video yet for the new Bad Religion song, 'Honest Goodbye.' However, here's the tune itself for you to enjoy until one pops up. This one's getting a lot of airplay on our Sirius and on a few stations out west.

Generic Techno Song

Even mediocre songs need love, too. To help get this song noticed, the producers went the great route of 'T & A' to show their artistic qualities. Or, at least the model's artistic qualities. Either way, a hot chick in heels and a pink bikini is cool with us...

Ghostland Observatory

Marilyn Manson - Heart-Shaped Glasses (When The Heart Guides The Hand)

A Poet's Life is the first solo album by Tim Armstrong (Rancid, Transplants, Operation Ivy), made in collaboration with Hellcat-signed reggae band The Aggrolites. It was released on May 22, 2007 (see 2007 in music) on Armstrong's own label, Hellcat Records.

This began as a thank you from Tim to Rancid fans, to be released one track at a time on the Internet to tide fans over until the next Rancid full-length. But when KROQ in LA began heavily playing the explosive track, "Into Action", plans changed. So here's Armstrong's first solo release, backed by some of the strongest radio support since the days of "Time Bomb" and "Ruby Soho". With a killer old-school two-tone groove, helped along by Hellcat label mates The Aggrolites, "A Poet's Life" is loose, punky, infectious, and shamelessly danceable. Bonus DVD features videos of every song and a cool featurette on the making of the album and videos.

Wake Up

Hold On

Into Action


Take This City

Inner City Violence

Oh No

Lady Demeter

Among The Dead

Cold Blooded

Jessica Biel GQ Bikini Shoot

Jessica Biel GQ July 2007 Bikini shoot. She's definitely rockin' this silver bikini just in time for her new movie, "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry," staring Adam Sandler and Kevin James.

Speed Racer is set to become a movie next summer and to help build up excitement the show is getting remade for TV. This time Nicktoons (the 24-hour cartoon baby of Papa Nickelodeon) has picked up 26-episodes of a brand new 'Speed Racer' cartoon.

Chim-Chim is now a robotic monkey. [ ...more ]

Treasure hunter Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage) looks to discover the truth behind the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, by uncovering the mystery within the 18 pages missing from assassin John Wilkes Booth's diary supposedly include secret information on a world-wide conspiracy and bears connection to the recent kidnapping of the President of the United States.

The good news is that it looks like Cage and almost the entire cast and crew of the first flick are back for the sequel. Bad dude Sean Bean is the only notable exception.

National Treasure: Book of Secrets Teaser Trailer

Filming at Mount Rushmore

Rowan Atkinson returns to the iconic role that made him an international star in Mr. Bean's Holiday. In his latest misadventure, Mr. Bean-the nearly wordless misfit who seems to be followed by a trail of pratfalls and hijinks-goes on holiday to the French Riviera and becomes ensnared in a European adventure of cinematic proportions.

"Mr. Bean's Holiday" Trailer

Reno 911!: Miami

Reno 911! - Miami (Unrated Edition) pops up on DVD today in case you missed it in the theaters.

Our review is short and simple. If you like the series then you'll dig this movie. It's like watching a long episode with the nudity not blurred out.

Check out some video clips of the movie where the bumbling officers take a trip to Miami where they trip into a situation where all the cops in the area are under quarantine. That leaves Reno's finest to help out the city.

Opening sequence

Welcome to Miami

A Law Enforcement Cheetah

Sheriff's Department

Adam Sandler and Kevin James take you on a quick preview of their new summer comedy, "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry," about two firefighters who pretend to be gay to get benefits from their job.

Jessica Biel shows up in a bra and panties so you know it's gonna be good.

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, A Look Inside

Trailer for the horror comedy short with Seth Rogen (40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up) and Jay Baruchel. Kinda like Shaun of the Dead meets Mad Max.

Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse

Check out this dude's Flickr album with pics of Aaron Echkart as Harvey Dent from the upcoming Batman movie, The Dark Knight. Also, there's a couple of pictures of Maggie Gyllenhaal as it looks like the two were filming a scene in Chicago. [ ...more ]

Also, the Batpod pictures are up. It's the new motorcycle for the Dark Knight that looks pretty mean. It sits on two huge wheels with the motor casing built inside them. There are no bars to steer with. Batman uses his weight, somehow, to shift it around and guide it. [ ...more ]

Before Steve Carell became the "Worst Boss Ever" on the TV show "The Office," you may remember him being a thorn in Stephen Colbert's side on "The Daily Show." Here, the two are doing an "Even Stevphen" skit on a Death Tax.'s their views on Stem Cell research:'s their views on Patients Bill of Rights:

This guy took all the events from the Oceanic 815 Plane Crash of "LOST" and synced them into one little video on a similar time line.

Lost - Synchronised events around Plane Crash

Sales of the PS3 are in the shitter and the XBox 360 is holding pretty good. The best platform is the Wii which is kicking the PS3's ass in sales. The good news for PS3 fans is that sales of the system finally beat the Game Boy Advance last month. Wow! What a milestone.

That said, the biggest drawback to the next generation of game systems is a lack of the kick-ass game that people can't live without.

Sure to be the next big one after the Halo sequel is the Grand Theft Auto IV (GTA IV) sequel which takes the player back to Liberty City. It looks like the boys at XBox got themselves a leg up in that venture with the makers of GTA IV when they will market exclusive content to the XBox. [ ...more ]

Holy smokes!

It's Johnny #5's kid in the newest Pixar flick, Wall-E. Check out the new teaser trailer for Wall-E

Our favorite cross-dressing comic takes a spin on the Daily Show to talk about his new show "The Riches" and his role in "Ocean's Thirteen."

Customizing action figures for us growing up usually involved setting a G.I Joe on fire or drawing on him with a Sharpie.

One guy in particular, Ray Carro Roel, takes the art of customized action figures to an artistic level with this "Zombie Superman."

Geeks of Doom sits down with Ray to discuss toys, painting, and zombies!

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Indiana Jones is losing it's eldest member.

Sean Connery announced he's 'out' of the series and wants to spend more time studying for Celebrity Jeopardy. Connery is currently retired and declined on the movie role as Indy's dad.

Loosely translated, Lucas couldn't come up with enough "$" to make his retirement sound boring. Pity! But, we don't really blame him. Hell of an actor. Let him do what he wants. The good news is that Harrison Ford is now old enough to play the part of old geezer in the film.

A man tried to jump into the Pope Benedict XVI’s popemobile today, but was quickly overpowered by bodyguards and hauled to the ground.

The incident, which immediately recalled the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II in 1981, occurred at the beginning of the Pope's weekly general audience in St Peter's Square in the Vatican. Pope Benedict did not seem to notice the man and continued his audience as usual.

A Vatican official said the man, who was wearing a pink t-shirt, black shorts, a cap and sunglasses, managed to reach the back of the Pope's open-topped vehicle before the pontiff's team of eight guards wrestled him to the ground. He is being questioned by Vatican police.

Disney nabs 'All About Adam'

Disney has made a deal to purchase "All About Adam," a story by Alan Schoolcraft and Brent Simons, which follows the biblical Adam as he trails Eve to modern-day Gotham after they have a lover's quarrel. Adam discovers Satan was behind the breakup.

For those of you worried about Disney dipping their mouse toes into the biblical realm remember they were the ones that produced "The Chronicles of Narnia," so it's really not new territory. No word yet if it would be animated or live action. [ ...more ]

I would pay YOU [Larry Flint] one million dollars if you could come up with a photo of Dick Cheney sucking off a horse!

Sue Meets The Silver Silver

Spaceballs-When Will Then be Now?

iPhone ad -- never been an iPod. Coming June 29th

Big budget series and cable TV stations usually don't mix. But hand it to the producers of 'Battlestar Galactica' for getting a lot of miles out of their remake of the sci-fi classic. Reports from the producers angle to next season being the last and that's probably a wise decision.

The good part of this is that they can go out on a high note. Ratings have dropped but the show is still popular. If they leave next season, which won't start till 2008, then they have a chance for fans who have left the show to get caught up and allow for a huge promo push to make their last season their best and most popular. The problem with a lot of Sci-fi based shows is that after they get popular they seem to hang on too long and turn to crap. You know the ones. We're proud of the series and what it has done and we look forward to the DVD sets and possible spin off in the future. [ ... more ]

Update: Sci Fi Channel has confirmed the end of the series as of today so it's official.

To help celebrate the show, here's some of Tricia Helfer's Playboy spread.

Andy and Larry Wachowski, the brothers who are making their first directorial effort since The Matrix trilogy, are bringing the "Speed Racer" cartoon to the big screen. A lot of Americans got their intro into Japanese animation with the "Speed Racer" series but will have to wait another year for the movie. Slated to appear in the film are Christina Ricci (Trixie), Emile Hirsch (Speed), John Goodman (Pops Racer), Susan Sarandon (Mom Racer), and "LOST's" Matthew Fox (Racer X).

Speed Racer Opening

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