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Ladies and gentlepeoples, allow us to introduce to you the New & Improved Hey! Media!

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Our New Loverly Site! Hot Damn!

Man, we’re going crazy with the add ons, updates, new features, better layout, better looks. We’ve bought the domain name and have garnered the coveted services of one MediaTemple. We are stoked. Here’s hoping you are, too!

Check us out at http://heymedia.org. Bookmark the new site and be sure not to comment here anymore. All the content from here has been fully migrated and we hope the transition is as seamless as changing your book marks.

Pardon the dust, as we’re adding on, taking away from and snazzing up the new digs even as I type this.

Let’s go visit!

OMFG more Twilight shit!

OMFG more Twilight shit!

Catherine Hardwicke, the director of the screen version of Twilight, based on the best selling book series written by Stephenie Meyer, has announced that she’ll be releasing her own “Twilight Director’s Notebook.”  I’m Sure this thing will be chock full of secrets and inside information that only someone as special as the director could know.  According to MTV Movies Blog:

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Gaeta, You Godsdamn Frakker!

Gaeta, You Godsdamn Frakker!

Felix Gaeta, you muthafrakkin’ idiot. That’s how I have to start. Not because I don’t understand what you’re doing and why you’re doing it but because you’re a godsdamn idiot and I hate how you’re doing it.

 

This past episode takes us back to the writing of the days when we began to see the Cylons as individuals, not as numbers, and the debate about how to think of them began in my family. My husband was firmly on the human side and is still ready to blast some Toasters. I was wavering because of the Sharon and how much she wanted to honor her implanted human memories and her love for Helo. I mean, when, as we cheer for the humans on New Caprica and we also have to deal with a suicide bombing… looking at our own reality through a fictional lens is the thing that makes the writing for BSG so good.

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Because security guards can be dangerous

Because security guards can be dangerous

So last night, since I couldn’t watch the Super Bowl (thanks Dish Network for not carrying my local NBC affiliate…bastards), I went through my Netflix Watch Instantly queue and added P2. I thought, you know what, why not a bad horror movie to celebrate not being able to see the big game? So, I cranked up the Roku player, popped some popcorn, and prepared myself for a cheesy gore-fest. Fortunately, that’s not what P2 turned out to be at all.

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Are You Ready For Some Foootballlll...Commercials?

Are You Ready For Some Foootballlll...Commercials?

 

When you could give a damn about the game… (what? the Falcons didn’t make it? what? favre or a manning did not make it? what? brady had an infection?) watch the commercials.

 

The game started off better than the commercials. The touchdown being taken away (his knee was down, the ball had not crossed the line). The commercials didn’t get too interesting until Conan O’Brien’s Bud Light commercial, which had him doing this weird Swedish commercial that ended up being played in the US, much to Conan’s consternation.

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The Watchmen film looks to be a completely ridiculous undertaking. There, I’ve said it. I’ve been avoiding posting anything Watchmen related. Oh sure, I’d have loved to have posted a comment here and there, but thanks to every other movie/media site on the net, well, I just haven’t been able to bring myself to add to the silly fray that is Watchmen hype.

But then, well, there’s this (images below the cut):

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Rhona Mitra. She's Awful Purty, Ain't She?

Rhona Mitra. She's Awful Purty, Ain't She?

Len Wiseman and Danny McBride’s semi-gothic, all supernatural tale of a seemingly neverending war between vampire and lycan continues it’s death-dealing march across the silverscreen in the third installment. And an interesting installment this third tale is.

McBride is back at the helm as writer, along with Patrick Tatopoulos manning the director’s chair. Familiar faces all around, with the inimitable Bill Nighy as Viktor, Michael Sheen as Lucian and, thankfully, Kevin Grevioux back for business as Raze. Taking a formidable place alongside Viktor (and Lucian) is Rhona Mitra as Sonja.

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