Category Archives: Unreality

Profiling Profiling

You know how the Internet advertises shit it thinks you’ll respond to? Yeesh. Maybe the Internet’s just thinking like this: Kenny Loggins —> Mature Dating UK. SEAMLESS. *   *   * Anyway. You know what it’s like. It’s messed up, but … Continue reading

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Transcribe Audio Fail: The Pot Calls the Kettle Black

Feel like maybe K-Hep could’ve practised what she preached on this one… g

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One Man to Play Them All

Hot on the heels of our daring Frozen Planet exposé comes news that another big-bucks production has been resorting to special effects without audience knowledge. New Year’s Eve is the latest movie from Garry Marshall (Día de Muertos, Lent) and the most … Continue reading

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The Bear Facts: The Real Lie Behind the BBC’s Frozen Planet

So apparently the BBC et al staged a bit of David Attenborough’s latest epic documentary series, Frozen Planet. It’s all over the news; check out this, from Yahoo: I’m sorry, you’re right, I did say news… There we go. Apparentz … Continue reading

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Ah, sweet spam… Prompted by my counterpart’s recent post on the joys of junk mail, I thought I’d contribute a little something on wordpress spam. That’s right — even the whitewashed halls and boxes of this Internet Elysium are subject to the … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of Being Trapped in Another Universe in or Behind an Ice Cube?

Anyone who’s seen Mike Nichols’ movie adaptation of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? will know it’s pretty much one of the greatest things ever. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton as an unhappily married, bickering couple, it’s brutal, it’s … Continue reading

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