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I found myself needing some B-roll of students in a classroom during senior year at PSU for my Directing project. My favorite class was Soc 005 taught by Professor Frank Clemente, one so popular he taught three sections of it a day in the Forum. The size of the room was perfect for the shot I wanted so I got …

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Hesitation Marks

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August had two of my favorite things mixed into one, a Live Rifftrax of Starship Troopers. It was the result of Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett’s attempt to get a live riff of Twilight in the theaters through Kickstarter. They raised above and beyond their set amount but weren’t able to secure the rights as Twilight was …

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Quentin Dupieux’s previous film “Rubber” was the first of his I’ve come across. The film’s plot summary is “When Robert, a tire, discovers his destructive telepathic powers, he soon sets his sights on a desert town; in particular, a mysterious woman becomes his obsession.” Needless to say, it’s a strange film that takes place in it’s own world. Dupieux’s most …

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…Like Clockwork


I found that this summer was blessed when it came to new music releases. First Phoenix, then Daft Punk and finally Queens of the Stone Age. Their latest album, “…Like Clockwork” just came out and while it’s not as good as Era Vulgaris, it’s definitely brooding and quite strong. I’d say this album most closely resembles Lullabies to Paralyze, more …

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Random Access Memories


It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon even though I found myself in New Jersey. But it was for good reasons, I was trading my 2007 BMW 530xi in for a 2013 BMW 328. While my 530xi was doing good, it wasn’t under warranty and I knew it’d need some new tires, brakes and maintenance soon. While I find the E60 …

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It’s been a long time coming but Phoenix released their new album “Bankrupt!” and I’m happy to say it fits in very well with “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix”. They took their time making it but it seems to have paid off bigtime as this album can be listened straight through just like their last. You can’t put a price on quality …

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As usual, following the Philly Auto Show is the Philly International Flower Show. This year’s theme was England featuring everything Queen, Country and The Beatles. The show was impressive and had some very neat layouts though sometimes I wish you could actually get closer to them than they allow. Sticking with the theme of flowers, I came across a fantastic …

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Kavinsky Outrun Lp

As I’ll say time and time again, there’s nothing better than finding new music. I recently came across Kavinsky, another French musician who adds to their monopoly in great music. Similar to Justice or Mr Oizo, Kavinsky has a familiar sound but focuses on an 80’s themes and often features a Ferrari Testarossa. He recently released his new album “OutRun” …

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Snookie & Lohan


I was due for a 93.3 WMMR post in 2013. Preston begins by flubbing a line and then off they go. Eventually they land on a story about Lohan told by Snookie. Here’s a clip: You need to install or upgrade Flash Player to view this content, install or upgrade by clicking here.

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It’s that time of year, the 2013 Philadelphia Auto Show! Andie volunteered to work at the first aid booth while her dad and I walked around and enjoyed the overabundance of cars. It’s easier just to show a few photos: They’ve been showing Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol a lot of EPIX lately. I keep catching it during the sand storm …

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