heystasa: (OMFG DEAN)
OK SO, THIS IS HILARIOUS




I LOVE THESE TWO SO MUCH WHY DIDN'T YOU COME TO AUSTRALIA THIS YEAR YOU BASTARDS YOU ARE SO EFFING ADORBS I CAN BARELY STAND IT <3 <3 <3

Also, my god you guys Jensen's jacket. JENSEN'S JACKET. Have you ever seen a more perfect man in a jacket.


FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF, HURRY UP SEASON SIX 


 
heystasa: (duuude)

So you know what's apparently a really amazingly effective way to put me in a really really really good mood and bursting with energy and love for life and stuff?

Listening to All I Need by Louden Swain really really loud, like, seven times in a row.

It's such a fucking awesome song. Look:



I just, I seriously, I fucking love this song. I love this song, I love this band, I fucking love Rob Benedict.

And not, like, for the whole, Real Ghostbusters, Chuck is suddenly a total badarse hitting ghosts with a mike stand thing that had the entire SPN audience and Becky like "Well helloooo", but like, seriously legitimately. I love this guy's voice. I love how he looks and the little grins and stuff too (rather a lot, to be honest), and love Chuck, but I really really dig Rob Benedict's voice. It's got all the little inflections and catches and textures that I really appreciate in a singer. I have total voice crush on this guy.

I miss my voice crushes, man. Life is better with voice crushes.

Anyway. The reason I needed to be put in a really really good mood: my Digital Video class. My group. Their ideas on what we should make our movie on.

Pretentious, wanky fucking student art film.

I don't like student art films, and I hate pretentious films. Fucking Michael Hanke can fucking suck it, the tosser.

So, tonight, out of pure spite and because I have to take the disc back tomorrow, I'm watching the new Fast and Furious movie, on blu-ray, on my brand new giant flat screen digital TV.

Hollywood trash with fast cars and guns and Vin muthafucking Diesel, bitches. Take that, "we want ambiguity and no dialogue or humour or character of any description" Digital Video group!


(FastandFuriousFastandFuriousFastandFuriousonblurayonareallybigscreenYAYyayyayI'msoexcitedFfffffffffffffffffI I love these movies they are terrible)



heystasa: (duuude)
1. THIS WILL NEVER STOP MAKING ME LAUGH.






2. We watched Jaws in class yesterday. My god is that a fantastic movie. I had no idea.

It was odd though, I was sitting there, really tense and all in to it and stuff, but at the same time I just had Samuel L Jackson in the back of my head screaming about having HAD IT WITH THIS MUTHAFUCKING SHARK ON THIS MUTHAFUCKING BOAT.

I also couldn't believe they didn't bring any dynamite. If there's one thing The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou taught me about shark hunting, it's that it's best done with dynamite.

The lecture and tutorial that followed were all about the massive effect Jaws had on Hollywood and the development of the blockbuster - a term that was actually coined because of Jaws, as the lines to see it wound around the block. There are some theorists that blame Spielberg and George Lucas for ruining film forever by turning it into a product of mass culture. In the sixties and early seventies, independent and art films were big, and were produced by auteur directors allowed to take risks and have full creative control. Then Jaws and Star Wars came along, and were so massive and so built on archetype, and had merchandise tie-ins and sequels, and since then the studio is more important than the director, and Hollywood's been all about the simplistic and lowest common denominator entertainment and the explosions and making as much money as possible. God it was interesting. Although, I do wonder how those theorists addressed the fact that the artist has been oppressed by the studios in Hollywood since before talkies, and that the conflict between art and product is a constant.

Also, it's given me an awesome thesis idea.

heystasa: (Ryo *dies*)


There's a reason this is my favourite song; Joni always says it right.
heystasa: (Default)

AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I WANT I WANT I WANT!!!




And I totally always said he'd ride a bike. Didn't I always say he'd ride a bike? I totally said he'd ride a bike, and he totally does. Well. And INTO PEOPLE YESSSS. I LOVE IT WHEN THEY MAKE HIM AWESOME. There is that thing about going mad and declaring war on everyone and wah wah wah Mishima bloodline and wah that I'm not so keen on, BUT I DON'T CARE. MOTORBIKES.

AND AND AND

THE GRAPHICS! THE PRETTY PRETTY GRAPHICS! AND AND THAT PUNCH! WHERE HE JUST COMES STRAIGHT DOWN. AND AND god i hope that move's in the gameplay

AND AND AND

THE FACIAL EXPRESSIONS. AND THE DEFINITION OF FEATURES. I HAVE NEVER SEEN JIN'S NOSE LIKE THAT AND OH MY GOD THE FEATURES AND AND AND
 
AND WITH THE MUTUAL PUNCH. AND THAT SMIRK OF KAZUYA'S

IT ALL LOOKS SO COOL

I WANTS IT NOW

AND IS LING EVER NOT GOING TO BE IN HIGHSCHOOL??

WANTS WANTS WANTS

And I won't get it for MONTHS, because it's not even due out overseas until, like, October, and we never get games at the same time as America and Japan, or even England. DAMN YOU SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE AND YOUR DAMN PAL-FORMAT!!

*wants wants wants wants*

ETA: And hey, Kazuya's wearing white and Jin's in black. SYMBOLISM, WOO. BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ARE THEY JUST BEING SUBVERSIVE? They do both look better in those colours though. And I love Jin in that jacket. Now if only they can not make it look awkward in the gameplay. AND GIVE THEM SENSIBLE SHOES.
heystasa: (Bern)
Had Rage on the telly, and I looked up and saw these dudes (that is, as they appear in the preview image you can see below, or from about thirty seconds into the actual clip).


My first thought: Hamish and Andy and the Spirit of Jazz rapping on a boat.




I quite love this idea.
heystasa: (Default)





heystasa: (Default)



... What?

I understand that they want to hook the men, seeing as though having a sugar free product makes for a popular girl's drink that manly men are too mannish for, but couldn't they do it without completely alienating women altogether? I mean, for feck's sake. I can't even begin to -- I just, I have no words. That thing is putrid.


heystasa: (Default)

See this? This clip right here? While it is one of the funniest things I've ever seen, it is also exactly how I feel about my computer at the moment.




CHARGE, YOU BASTARD. I HAVE AN ASSESSMENT TO DO. THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR DAYS. WORK! WORK!


heystasa: (dreams)




I kind of want to be her. Very possibly because she has what it probably the single coolest Disney song ever. Also because she's got attitude, yet is vulnerable and dynamic, and has a fantastic voice actress.

Everytime I hear that song I sing along. With actions. Which has made for some very funny walks to Uni listening to my iPod.

It makes me wish I was still involved in drama.

And that someone would put together a Disney/Hercules play, just so I could be her and do that song.

It would be awesome.


heystasa: (piggy - fangirl)
OH MY GOODNESS.

Just rewatched Time Crash, the children in need special, after linking [livejournal.com profile] ineptshieldmaid and [livejournal.com profile] phrasemuffin to it, and that whole exchange about the Master -

TEN: Oh! He just showed up again, same as ever.
FIVE: Oh no, really? Does he still have that rubbish beard?
TEN: No, no beard this time. Well, a wife

- asjfgj;fdg;jhakshfhooooomygod, how much better that line is now I know what "having a beard" means. THE HO-YAY, GOOD LORD THE HO-YAY!




eeeeheehee, double entendre!

heystasa: (Fran awake)

I realise that, given how large a proportion of my flist are into Potter slash, a lot of you have probably already seen this, but I was just going through the videos on my iPod, and, really, this is something EVERYONE IN THE WHOLE WORLD EVER should see BECAUSE OMG THE WRONG. THE BRILLIANT, BRILLIANT WRONG.



*dies*


heystasa: (Default)
This gag should not be able to remain funny for a full two and half minutes. Really. It's like the silliest idea ever. But it is genius.




And this. Just... this.



Genius.

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