Author Archive for: ‘John Vinson’

After Sex and the City, Samantha Became A Super Mario 3D Land Fan

Nintendo’s advertising is generally all over the place, which probably has something to do with the fact they want everyone to play their video games. It isn’t a bad plan, but the trick is trying to market to such a diverse crowd. This idea is put on full display with NintendoUK’s latest ad, featuring Kim Cattrall channeling her Samantha Jones …

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Wreck-It Ralph Trailer Pays Homage To Classic Arcades, and Features Jane Lynch

It’s finally here, the trailer for the movie being released by Disney which looks to tell the story of a disgruntled arcade game villain – Wreck-It Ralph. The trailer shows off a good amount, enough to give us a gist of the story and shows off some of the cameos we can expect to see in the movie. Bowser, M. …

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Wreck-It Ralph Looks Like Disney’s ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ But With Video Games

In 1988, a movie released which helped to spark mainstream interest in animation again, the movie was titled ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit‘. All sorts of various studios across the medium banded together to provide cameos for various animated characters, who would show up in the movie. It was a resounding success, with both critics and movie-goers alive. Now, enter Wreck-It …

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Game of Thrones: Rating The Intelligence Of Characters Through Season Two

**Spoilers Ahead (Through Season Two Finale)** As millions watched the finale of season two last night, and wept afterwards at the thought of waiting an entire year before season three begins, I started to debate who on the show was making the smartest decisions provided to them. I think it’s obvious that intelligence doesn’t necessarily put you in the greatest …

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Bill Murray Takes Viewers On a Rum-Filled Tour Of Moonrise Kingdom

It’s a basic law of pop culture that Bill Murray can get away with just about anything this day and age. He’s an icon who’s own personality is just as big, if not more so than the filmography he’s accrued throughout the years. Whether he’s singing ‘Take Me Out to the Ball Game’ at Wrigley Field, or playing Peter Venkman …

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37 Years Of SNL In One Infographic, We Miss You Phil Hartman!

37 seasons of Saturday Night Live; it’s hard to imagine a show could stay successful for so long, while never fundamentally changing its structure. Sure, they’ve thrown a few loops here and there, but SNL has always been just about the same since its inception. From the original episode with George Carlin, to the Betty White hosted episode that was …

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The Great Diablo III Error 37 & Review Debate – Who’s Right & Who’s Wrong?

Let me preface this article by stating, I haven’t played Diablo III, beyond the beta events Blizzard offered to players before its release date. I came away rather unimpressed during these events; but more on that later. Therefore, I can provide little insight into the game itself. However, after seeing the events from the past few days unfold, I can …

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Promojam’s Social Media Cocktail Handbook 2012 Provides Mixed Drink Recipes

Have you ever been around a group of people who start talking about social media, leading you to mention the hilarious picture you put up of your cat playing with a ball of string. This in turn leads to everyone laughing at your comment, exposing your naivety towards social media. Yes, those people are most likely pretentious douches, but if …

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Tetris Theme On The Laser Harp Impresses Simon Cowell

There’s a good chance you haven’t heard of a guy named “Theremin Hero“, but after watching the videos below, you’re most likely never going to forget him. On the latest episode of Britain’s Got Talent, a contestent named Greig Stewart a.k.a Theremin Hero, captivated the judges and audience with what I can only describe as a laser, music, and video …

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Facebook ‘Likes’ Declared Unprotected By First Amendment, According To Judge

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. The part of the first amendment we’ll be addressing today is the clause relating to …

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Harvard Baseball Team ‘Call Me Maybe’ Cover Video Goes Viral

A bit lame? Yes. A bit funny? Yes. Which is really the mixture when trying to come up with an idea to keep yourself entertained during a car ride. I don’t think anyone has ended a long car trip, remembering all the stupid stuff you did to help whittle away the hours getting to your location. Unless, you record the …

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Who Likes Wikipedia More – Bing Or Google?

Wikipedia, the juggernaut of the online information world. The site which spawned the idea of allowing internet users to update information regarding any topic has grown in such a way that only a handful of sites can be considered larger in scope. One of these sites, google.com, really likes Wikipedia when displaying queries to users utilizing their search engine. However, …

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