One of the better directors today shows a little love to one of my favorite games. What's odd is he definitely sounds like he knows his stuff. You can only wonder how many eyes a Guillermo Del Toro colossus would have [moreover...where would said eyes be placed.]
I'll post up the now infamous photo below the jump. The image speed setting is at ISO 1600 and from the looks of it, there is little to no noise! I just had a photogasm. Still not sure as to why we [the e-public] are seeing this shot. Is it to create some sizzle for Canon's new baby? Is it a legit low-level leak? Who knows. But isn't the new shiny camera via the internet-hype just slaying you?
Well in case you didn't know, Uwe Boll's "Indiana Jones Killer", Postal comes out on DVD this Tuesday. Although I took a shot of this sexy packaging I managed to muster up enough strength to withhold my excitement of viewing this gem until it 'officially' comes out...err...well that and the next time i work at the video store i can watch it for free with a friend/coworker.
"Paul Mawhinney was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. Over the years he
has amassed what has become the world's largest record collection. Due
to health issues and a struggling record industry Paul is being forced
to sell his collection.
This is the story of a man and his records. I hope you enjoy it."
There is nothing I'd like to tell you more when it comes to not seeing this movie. But I can't! You must see Mirrors, not just for the cheap tricks they use to get you to jump [and trust me...if you see this in a theatre with moderately decent sound, you will jump]. What is truly unfortunate is that this heap of visual garbage is one hour and 50 minutes long. For a suck movie, that's about 30 minutes to long.
My ways I'm still learning. Squarespace good, but final product in pre alpha. Me like, you want? You go and feel happy. Good happy day and brog with confidence