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I *highly* recommend you check out OneMinuteGalactica's channel on youtube - that guy does some really funny recut/dubbing work with clips from Battlestar Galactica or Star Wars.

Take for example this extended edit of one classic scene from Star Wars, clearly spicing it up and giving it more atmosphere:

Or this scene, in which Luke wields a lightsaber for the first time in his life (sadly cut from the original release to make time for additional CGI scenes in the new edition):

And here's an episode of his series about the mis-adventures of Gary - a Cylon Centurion who happens to be one of the universe's big douchebags:

Wolfgang Flür liest aus "Neben Mir" (Zuhal Korkmaz, Wolfgang Flür). Aufgenommen auf der Leipziger Buchmesse 2011 von Erlesen.tv

For all of you who always wanted to be able to mention Kraftwerk and Kung-Fu in the same sentence - the waiting is over now!

Here's how it goes:

“Axis of Envy” is the debut single of Bon Harris’ new project The Shadow Bureau. The track debuts together with Indomina Media in a video for the Asian movie “True Legend”.

The single features vocals by Wolfgang Flür, a former member of Kraftwerk with backing vocals by Isabelle Erkendal, of the Swedish duo West End Girls. Check out the video and listen below.

The Shadow Bureau is a new musical project by renowned composer, producer, singer/song writer and multi-instrumentalist Bon Harris, the founder of legendary EBM act Nitzer Ebb. It will feature various artists performing original songs inspired by Indomina Media’s theatrical film releases. - from blackvector magazine


Axis Of Envy - The Shadow Bureau - 2011 found on Electronic

SFDebris is one of the online reviewers whose work I enjoy on a regular basis. His obvious focus is SciFi TV series - he started with reviewing Star Trek TNG episodes and since has added the classic series, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise to his repertoire. Followed by non-Trek Series like Babylon 5, Red Dwarf or Doctor Who.

Now, he usually does episode reviews, but I picked this video he just released, because it gives a really nice basic oversight about the history of Doctor Who, a show that over the years I grew really fond of and that, let's be frank, does need some explanation...

Here's how you properly say "goodbye" to a youtube troll account that got taken down. You know - with *style*! ;)

"Out of the Wild" is a show on Discovery Channel in which a group of people is sent on a hike through 70 miles of one of the meanest Jungles out there after three days of training, only equipped with some quite basic tools and a handful of food.

What positively sticks out with "Out of the Wild" when you compare it to similar "reality" programmes is that the focus is not as usual on some silly personal drama but on the hardships of staying alive in the wild.

Also the group of hikers differs from the usual people you see on this kind of shows - wannabe stars with huge egos an nothing between their ears who are ready to sacrifice their dignity for their five minutes of fame - but some rather ... normal and likeable people. Heck, some even have a background that could come in handy on such a trip - we have a US Ranger for example and some other people with actual "outside" experience...

... like Mike. Who, if you follow me on youtube, you might also have stumbled across before as "SnowWalkerone", one of my youtube friends and a really funny and crazy and not at all stupid guy and part time super-villain. :) I have to say I didn't follow all his conversations for a while and when he sent around the link to the show's first episode I first didn't even look at it - but when I did seeing him in there was quite the surprise. :D

Actually yesterday (5pm EST, 23:00 for me here in Germany) Mike did a blogtv show to which he had invited all the other members of the group and except Sam (who, if I understood correctly, was away doing a new show for the bbc?) actually showed up, said "hi", answered question and just caught up amongst each other a bit, haven't been in contact for a while since the show was shot (last October).

Seems they enjoyed it and they'll be back on Mike's blogtv for future shows - so if you like watching "Out of the Wild" and maybe want a chance to find out more about the guy's experiences in the jungle than what is shown on the discovery channel and how they today look back at the stuff they went through:

Simply follow Mike on Youtube or Facebook - there you will be informed when the next blogtv will come up. Also his videos are worth checking out. ;)

Here's the episodes so far:

Spoony introduces us to a true gem of a turd of an action movie, in which our "hero" massacres numberless black villagers and stands by as black women and children are executed - but when the forces of evil turn on the white chick he has a boner for he immediately sees the error of his ways and ... nope, actually he doesn't until even later in the movie! :D

Pandawar is hell! But what will happen to all the Pandabots fighting around the world once the war is over? Will they become scrap metal or can they be integrated into society? See for yourself!

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