Sunday, February 27, 2011

Ultra-hot guy from Sherlock and ultra-hot guy from Eli Stone in Frankenstein

Blastr article

I really, really, really want to see this. If I lived in Macon, Ga. I could. I know - I shouldn't hate on Macon. But why do they get it and not me?

Spanish Cthulu movie

Huh. Looks...fantastical. Not sure if that's in a good way, or a Clash of the Titans remake kinda way. We'll find out! I would definitely like to see this.

Thanks to Blastr for the link

Space Shuttle Launch From Space (also excuses as to why podcast not ready)

I'm working on my podcast today, but I don't know if I'll have it up. I hope to have it up sometime this week. I know - I'm full of excuses! (But I jacked up my shoulder and neck and now I have to go to a chiropractor. Also, boys suck.)

Taken from the io9 site:

Sunday, February 20, 2011

David Wu

In tandem with Fringe episodes, an outfit called The Fringemunks releases a summary of the episode in the form of a cleverly re-worded version of an awesome pop song. My recent favorite is the retelling of Do Shapeshifters Dream of Electric Sheep to the tune of The Bugles' "Video Killed The Radio Star". What's not to love? One of the most futuristic sounding songs of the 80's coupled with an episode named after one of my favorite author's best stories. It's win-win. It's also un-embeddable, so here's the link to the video. The songs are available as a podcast or on producer David Wu's website. Totally bummed, though. Their Facebook has a post indicating they won't do the songs after this season. Reverse!!!!

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Finally: Cerulean's Love of Pop Culture, Episode 2

Libsyn Page
Direct Download

I'm going to get better about keeping a schedule. I've been working on this episode for two weeks. I had to re-record most of it. I'm still getting the hang of Audacity. It's not as intuitive (to me) as my previous software program, but I think once I really understand Audacity, I'll find it to be more flexible. Sometimes with choices comes more of a learning curve.

If you have any questions or feedback, please e-mail it *but* please put pop culture in the subject. I have 6,669 messages currently. I'm never going to be able to sift through all the e-mails.
Or, you can comment on the libsyn page or the podcast page.

In this episode: Music:
The Radio Department, The New Improved Hypocrisy (from KEXP)
The Postal Service, "The District Sleeps Tonight" (from Sub Pop)
Janelui, "Jailbard" (from Team Clermont)
The Solitarians, "The Burdens of Loss" (from the Freemusic archive site)
Fabrizio Paterlini "Forever Blue" (from the Freemusic archive site)
Matt Longo, "Lulu" (from his Band Camp)
Chad VanGaalen, "Clinically Dead" from Sub Pop

Things I talk about:

World War Z by Max Brooks

The Fog, by John Carpenter

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, by Edgar Wright

The Fringe Podcast

Fringecasting with Wayne and Dan


Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Snorg Tees

Sigh...I want to work on my podcast, but I don't have the energy. This weekend - I promise!

In the meantime: cool T-shirts to look at! (Thanks to Geoffrey for the link)

From SnorgTees

NCIS Accident Shuts Down Production

This is very sad. An accident on the set of NCIS resulted in the death of a security guard. The cast and crew always gave me the impression that they really care for each other, so I know this must be devastating to them.

Sunday, February 6, 2011


Battlestar Galactica Bible

I wanted to work on my podcast tonight, but I had one of those fantastically awful days that ended with me walking two miles from the store carrying groceries. So, maybe I won't work on my podcast.

I will, however, post a link to the Battlestar Galactica bible.  It seems like Ron Moore did know what he was doing that whole time, and he typed it out here.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Michael Ausiello Auction

Sorry I've been MIA lately. I've got a few segments done of the next episode of the podcast. It's been a a rough few weeks (what else is new).

In the meantime, if you regularly go to, (or read Entertainment Weekly), you will probably know who Michael Ausiello is.  He just left EW to start is new website, TVLine.

He is holding an auction to sell his SWAG collection, and he's got some limited edition stuff. He'll have more details at his Facebook.