Weekend Roundup

This weekend we start with a little cooking and alcohol to prepare us for some movie news. Yet another reason to cut the cable/satellite cord and hope therein for cooking show junkies is the Youtube sensation, My Drunk Kitchen above.

In media news, Sherlock Holmes has been released and abridged into graphic novel form, review over at Boing Boing.  My dad’s compendium of Sherlock Holmes stories was one of the first things I read and this looks well done.

William Gibson’s Neuromancer is in pre-production to be made into a film.  I’m not sure if it’s going to translate and expectations have to be really high.  I hope they can pull it off though.

“There can be only one!” Highlander is getting financing for a remake.  The original came out in 1986 but I didn’t happen upon it until the last week of my senior year in high school in 1988.  Our last physics class our teacher let us pick and watch a movie.  One of the girls in the class brought in the movie their brother had rented the night before on video cassette. I had never even heard of Highlander before but was immediately enthralled with the Highlander world.  Seriously though, who are you going to find that can replace Christopher Lambert?


2 thoughts on “Weekend Roundup

  1. Hannah Hart – and maybe 2 bottles of wine – to replace Christopher Lambert. She may have more acting talent, though.

    Thanks for the laugh.

    Neuromancer and Holmes: potential potential

    • She’s inspired me to create my own Youtube show, My Stoned Yard, just as soon as the wife gives me back video camera privileges (and agrees to follow me around the yard with it).

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