This page is going to get yanked in no time flat. Yeesh!
By: Hellvis
Thursday, Dec 26th 2002 (12:11am)
Yep, the first trailer for Terminator 3 is out, and this time, it's a chick. Following natural Hollywood progression, T4 will be a kid.
By: Dave
Thursday, Dec 19th 2002 (7:54am)
Here's an utterly warped bicycle safety flick that will most certainly be the weirdest thing you've seen this week. Inconceivably, it was totally overlooked by the 1963 Academy.
By: Dave
Saturday, Dec 14th 2002 (12:01am)
By now, you’ve hopefully heard of Turkey’s proud history of stealing American films and remaking them with no money and their own unique set of production values. Turkish Star Trek continues this cinematic tradition!
By: Dave
Wednesday, Dec 11th 2002 (12:39am)
Anyone here in Phoenix who isn't a total fuckwit remembers the Cine Capri, the majestic 70mm single-screen movie theater on 24th and Camelback. It was demolished a couple of years back to make room for a hideous office building (which the valley has NO shortage of) after a long and ultimately futile fight to save the last 70mm screen west of the Mississippi. Well, they're bringing it back, but this time, it'll just be part of a 24-plex. Still, it'll be nice to see LOTR on a 70mm screen!
By: Dave
Wednesday, Nov 27th 2002 (12:19am)
This site is dedicated to the art of stop-motion animation, specifically the art of animating plastic bricks.

On this site, the stars are not highly paid hollywood actors, but little plastic figures.

Some of these movies will be quick childish animations, some will be well thought out, lovingly crafted works of intelligence and creativity. This page is intended to be a source of information and inspiration to those that wish to create stop motion animation films using the medium of plastic building bricks. It also serves as a fantastic source to see these movies via our film directory.

(Note for Dave: check THIS one out ya addict!)
By: Hellvis
Tuesday, Nov 12th 2002 (10:04am)
Kick off your shoes and soak in Farm Sluts, a tragic tale of an email gone wrong!
By: Dave
Tuesday, Nov 12th 2002 (12:09am)
Before I get started, let me preface by saying that I know 90% of you could give a rat's ass about Godzilla movies, and are only reading this to see just how much of a geek I am...

And yes, Godzilla is fucking Gigantis, the fire monster in the second picture.
By: faedra
Saturday, Nov 9th 2002 (4:49pm)
Jack Black and that Buffy gash are at it again - this time, Spider-Man!
By: Dave
Monday, Oct 21st 2002 (12:04am)
Jack Black and Sarah Michelle Gellar give us their take on the whole Lord Of The Rings thing.
By: Dave
Saturday, Oct 19th 2002 (12:13am)
This has got to be the coolest fucking flick ever to hit a screen! The cast, the content, it's got everything it needs to shine brighter than EVERYTHING this year! Holy fucking urinary tract infection, Batman... this film rocks! (where can I get it on DVD?!??!??!)
By: Hellvis
Friday, Oct 18th 2002 (12:02am)
Even the French love Bill Clinton. Check out the Clinton Game!
By: Scott
Saturday, Oct 5th 2002 (11:19am)
And she's pretty keen on dolphins, too, but her computer at work doesn't have sound - so everyone watch this stunning video and then tell her how intensely cool it was.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Sep 17th 2002 (12:16am)
I worked through the night working on a major programming issue. Then I come home, flip through television channels, stumble come across Urban Cowboy and can’t turn it off – anyone else watch this flick, only to find that right afterwards you have the strange urge to lift weights, chug a Lone Star beer, chew through a coupla Mezcal worms, and beat the shit out of Debra Winger?

No...? Well then, um, me neither.

Stupid Scott Glenn and his stupid muscles. Stupid Charlie Daniels Band.

(I'm exhausted and delirious, by the way. If any of the proceeding happened out loud, please -- just ignore it... I'm going to bed.)
By: goofyfish
Thursday, Aug 29th 2002 (9:12am)
Words fail me. Birds N Bees.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Aug 7th 2002 (12:18am)
Man, that Coolio sure can sell you a movie. Just read his thoughts on Daredevil, in which he has a part, and you'll be lined up a.s.a.p.
By: Scott
Tuesday, Jul 2nd 2002 (1:15am)
Gore Verbinski recreates the 1998 horror masterpiece Ring, from Author/Director team Koji Suzuki and Hideo Nakata.
By: Some Nobody
Monday, Jul 1st 2002 (11:06pm)
This Box Office Report is brought to you by Hollowood, and Davelog. Reporting numbers like our name was the Count.

The number one movie this weekend was Minority Report with took in over $36 Million. To see the rest of the top 5, read more! Or click here for the entire top ten.
By: Scott
Monday, Jun 24th 2002 (12:52am)
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Well fuck her, tell her to read about it on her own. And for God's sake boycott Blockbuster Video.
By: Scott
Saturday, Jun 22nd 2002 (12:06am)
Oh man, this guy is my new favorite filmmaker. Sorry, Kev.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Jun 12th 2002 (12:19am)
Yes, it's Fametracker's must-have list of must-miss flicks. No, we haven't actually seen any of these movies. Ask us again in September, and the answer will be the same.
By: Dave
Monday, Jun 10th 2002 (12:14am)
Copies of Spider-Man 2 have been discovered circulating in IRC and on pirate sites. Experts say this is the first time a movie has been pirated before it has even been filmed.
By: Dave
Friday, Jun 7th 2002 (12:12am)
Here's a sneak peek at Spidey's costume for the impending sequel!
By: Dave
Saturday, Jun 1st 2002 (12:29am)
Experts predicted that Spider-Man The Movie would take in approximately $70 million this weekend. Falling $20 million short of Harry Potter's $90 million opening weekend record. Well guess what? They were WRONG! Spider-Man pulled in an AMAZING $41.4 million (approx) on Friday alone - meaning it will end up with somewhere around $115 million dollars for its total opening weekend, officially making Harry Potter his bitch.
By: Scott
Saturday, May 4th 2002 (1:21pm)

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