Fuck yeah. Joan is back.
We should really consider the animated segments from Taiwan’s NMA News as gifts. Fucking crazy gifts we never asked for, didn’t know we wanted, but now that have them, are lives are more complete. Or some such bullshit, I’m desperately trying to rationalize what the fuck I just watched.
It’s intended to be the teaser trailer for The Dark Knight Rises. But animated and weird. We featured two other marvelous parodies in this week’s Nerdy Bits, but this one is definetely the most insane. If you’re familiar with NMA New’s animated beauties, this won’t come as too much of shock, I mean, it will shock you but you’ll be somewhat prepared. For others who have no knowledge of NMA News, uh, well, how about you just watch.
Yeah. I know. Your brain is trying desperately to compute what you just witnessed. My only advice, don’t try to, just let it be. I did catch a few other movie references though, like Memento and Inception, both from Christopher Nolan, so y’know, they’re kind of in the right ballpark. Oh! And that one where Halle Brry and Robin sexually assaulted Batman and he loved it. You know the flick.
What did you think of this strange, strange re-imagining of The Dark Knight Rises trailer? Would you like to see a feature film, ’cause I kinda do.
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Posted mere hours ago, the first trailer for Cartoon Network‘s upcoming Thundercats show is live. It’s been uploaded to their official Facebook page, hop on over to there to view.
Then jump to Nerd Bastards for my thoughts and let me know if you’re pumped for this new series. I am. Thundercats-HO!
“They’re closer than you think.”
What the hell does that even mean? This is one of our first glimpses of the Muppets promoting their new film and I’m completely unimpressed. Okay, it’s a teaser poster, I shouldn’t be expecting a lot. I just wish I understood what that tagline was supposed to mean.
Are they geographically closer? Closer to what?! Are they closer as friends than in the past? Whatever. It’s dumb…
Honestly, I more excited than this would make you think. Continue reading at Nerd Bastards.
Live-Action, Fan-Made Dragon Age Short Amazes with Zero Budget and a Lot of Fake Blood
No, this isn’t the much anticipated Felicia Day Dragon Age: Redemption web series but it’s still looks damn good. This is a live-action trailer for an upcoming fan-made short titled, Dragon Age: Malevolence. And guess what? They made this film with a budget of zero, nada, nuthin’! But believe me, you wouldn’t know it watching this teaser.
Watch the trailer above and hop on over to Nerd Bastards to read what director, Leo Kei Angelos had to say about his film and the let us know what you thought!