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Check out this video, titled Battlestar Rhapsody, is a play on the Queen song “Bohemian Rhapsody” with the entire series of Battlestar Galactica as its subject.

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20th Century Fox continues to release more promotional materials for James Cameron’s Avatar. And while I wouldn’t normally want to give any movie this much free advertising, I can’t help but think that some of this stuff is really cool.

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This morning while recording the latest episode of Fat Guys at the Movies, I was alerted by my colleague Kevin Carr of a video — a video of the internet variety…

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We’ve got some steamy pics of some ultra hot horror ladies from the Nerdcore 2010 Horror Themed Calendar! Check out Nudie Poltergeist, C-Cup Carrie, Full Frontal Frankenstein, and the Psycho Shower!

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The folks over at PosterWire have published something very, very cool this week — an unused illustration for Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds by James Goodridge.

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The folks over at UniqueDaily never say die, and neither do we. So it seems fitting that they posted this very cool, very rare behind the scenes video from the set of The Goonies.

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I guess today isn’t just about seeing 16-minutes of footage from Avatar, the latest from James Cameron. It’s about Panasonic announcing a road trip and me buying a $1200 Avatar maquette from Sideshow.

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There comes a time in every movie blogger’s life when he must get that fateful email. It goes something like this: “Hey, you’re fat and lazy. Want to try our product that is perfect for fat and lazy people such as yourself?” The answer is always “yes.”

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Have a few spare hours during the day? Like, say, 20? Excellent. Get ready to lose your job and your loved ones as you quickly becoming addicted to using Flickchart.

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If you read about movies online, then you know exactly what it means when someone says ‘spoiler alert.’ Well this summer, College Humor brings you the harrowing tale of an elite squad trying to keep spoilers away from free Americans.

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It’s possible that you’ve seen this around the web, as a number of our friends and neighbors in the movie blogosphere have also picked it up. But just in case you missed it, I would like to share with you something very cool.

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My absurd obsession with Where’s Waldo continues as I stumble upon a fantastic trailer where Waldo kicks some major ass. And then takes names. And then finds…himself.

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There has been all kinds of talk about Green Lantern lately as the film production itself rolls out of the station and toward reality. And with it, just as with any major comic book franchise, comes quite a bit of fan expectation — expectations that sometime manifest in odd and exciting ways.

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As you may have noticed, our attention has turned quickly from the Watchmen situation to the upcoming SXSW Film Festival. That was until I caught a glimpse of these awesome Watchmen legos.

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This may or may not be new to all of you, but as of this morning when reader Christopher M. sent it over it was new to me — so it wins the Officially Cool stamp of approval.

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We’ll admit to getting a little obsessive from time to time, but Robert Fure has taken it to a new level. Using only clues from the first three films he tracks down a likely candidate for a real Crystal Lake. Is he insane or onto something? You might be surprised.

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Here is an awesome little piece of fan fun from one of the Watchmen viral marketing sites. Go to Minutemenarcade and you can play an NES style arcade game, featuring Night Owl, Silk Spectre and Molloch.

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Having just finished watching this week’s episode of Lost — and yes, I saw all of that coming as well — I am in the mood to write about it. Then I found this funny video…

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Artist Mitch Ansara has created what could be called one the first geekgasm of 2009: 1960s-inspired paperback book covers of novelized movie adaptations. Okay, so it might not sound so cool at first, but you’ve got to check some of these covers out.

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The Alamo Drafthouse facilitates special screenings of special movies. To commemorate these screenings, they commission silkscreen posters by some pretty amazing artists. The latest commission – The Godfather.

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