Nightcrawler trailer (Music: Faith in Love by CSS)
The full sha-bang for Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler. My ass will be in a seat opening night.
"Tusk" Official Comic-Con Trailer (2014) - Kevin Smith Horror Comedy HD
I find myself in a minority of people who actually love Kevin Smith’s experiments outside of comedies. Truthfully of his popular 90s work I only really like Clerks and Chasing Amy. The 2000s brought great work like Clerks 2 and Zack & Midi Make A Porno, but also a lot of really not so good stuff. Then Red State hit. It was a well written, terrifically acted and skillfully directed horror drama… that most people I know hate. But then again they also love Dogma to no end which I can’t stand. Go figure. With Tusk the man is stepping firmly into weirdsville and I couldn’t be happier. #YesWalrus
Promo Video for Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
Dan Gilroy (brother of Tony Gilroy creator of Michael Clayton & writer of dozens of other films) makes his directorial debut based upon his own script. Dan also worked with Tony of Tarsem’s The Fall as well as The Bourne Legacy. He’s had dozens of blacklisted scripts float around for years but finally we the people are graced with one being made. Open Road is due to release Nightcrawler this fall.
Nightcrawler centers around a criminal that gains an obsession with late night criminal journalism. Ticket sold.
Without question I can say this has been the best summer film season in years. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the best studio release yet. Its smarter, deeper and more innovative than any other major release. And that’s saying a lot as there have been some impressive films to come out since May. Let NO ONE spoil the secrets of this gem.
Six-Word Stories That Are Absolutely Heart-Breaking
OH MY GOD.
Fox is really bring it for the fall season. October will bring us Gone Girl, which means new David Fincher(as this trailer could ONLY be his) and a new soundtrack by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Very excited.
Iceland in summary, since words cannot describe.
The interior of a single cell in the brain, freeze fractured to reveal its organelles and imaged with a scanning electron microscope. The nucleus is purple, DNA is pink, endoplasmic reticulum is green, ribosomes are blue, golgi apparatus is olive, vesicles are yellow, and mitochondria are red. This image is part of a 600 megapixel mosaic, which can be seen in full resolution on gigapan. The sample was prepared with the osmium maceration technique by Dr. Patrick Nahirney, and imaged, stitched and colorized by James Tyrwhitt Drake.
Just a friendly reminder that our cells are crowded, beautiful, and intricate bags of all kinds of whoknows and whatsit.
Previously: Follow this up with a look at the marvelous molecular melee that exists at the synapse between two nerves. It’s gorgeous.
And definitely, definitely take a look at the hi-res gigapan of that cell up there. Oh my Golgi.