Tron Legacy exposed

July 26, 2009 · Filed Under Babel fish, Movies · 35 Comments 

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too As already occurred during the past year, Disney has chosen the San Diego Comic-Con International to present its new sci-fi project. The sequel to Tron, the classic movie from 1982 dealing with videogames, virtual reality and 3D graphics when none of these three things was widely popular, has got an official title and synopsis now while the major has released (and this time without silly censorship) the very first trailer from the movie together with some concept art and the teaser poster.

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Dario Argento involved in videogames?

September 26, 2008 · Filed Under News, Videogaming · Comment 

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the Web No, not yet, but a brief collaboration with the videogames multinational Electronic Arts shows the keen interest of the auteur for the interactive entertainment and its expressive imagery. Dario Argento, one of the true masters of Italian and international motion pictures will give his voice to a characters of the localized edition of Dead Space, the survival horror game with which EA prepares to challenge Capcom and Resident Evil within the next October.

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Tron 2 and Evil Dead 4, the return of the classics

July 29, 2008 · Filed Under Babel fish, Movies · Comment 

UPDATE: As largely expected, the censorial axe of Disney has knocked down on the bootleg available on YouTube. Not that this matters: I’ve updated the post with the the same video hosted on a Russian portal, and the .flv file available on Sir Arthur’s Den server is always in its place.


Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too ComiCon International 2008, an event full of comics, animations and videogames that took place during the last week-end in San Diego, reserved a couple of stunning surprises for those inflexible with quality popular movies, a type of entertainment that counts, beside pop-corn, also on directors, actors and ideas above the usual mud supplied by the majors which then complain about of being (rightly) on the edge of bankruptcy.

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