Afro-Squad Interview with Omega (Sirus LaVey),
Sirus is one of the top independent stars in the Southern states. He and the gorgeous Vain LaVey are taking wrestling by storm. Nothing can stop Mr. Omega!
Sirus, how are you doing today?
Hip Hop Artist, Musician,
and Rising Star: Giel
upcoming singing sensation is one of the few whos bringing R&B and
Hip-Hop, an Alternative twist. The soulful and soothing sounds of this
delectable but down to earth cutie are anything short of incredible. The
multi-talented superstar in the making has a quiver of gifts we've
discovered. Learning and mastering such instruments as the piano; guitar;
drums; marimba; xylophone; steel pans; and pretty much anything else you
can hit, push, press, or shake. This 23-year-old prodigy enjoys the
feeling she expresses through her music.
Mari Possa, Reality TV Star and Actress
NinjaPimp.com Interview with Mari Possa, Reality TV Star and Adult Actress
Mari Possa (born January 21, 1980) is an actress and reality TV personality who entered the film business after originally working as an office assistant for producer and star Adam Glasser, a.k.a. "Seymore Butts". Her decision to enter the business, her subsequent breast augmentation surgery, and her rise to stardom formed an ongoing "subplot" in Glasser's Showtime reality series, Family Business, which first aired in 2003 (on the series, she is initially referred to by her real name, Mirna, until the episode in which she chooses her stage name). The series also followed the development of a romantic relationship between Possa and Glasser.
Mari, how are you doing
Animal House Review
This is Animal House. It doesn't matter what's written here, what the comments say, or what type of analyzing goes on. This is Animal House, and it’s a piece of flawless comedy from 1978 will always be one of the greatest of all time, and forever burned into a movie goers consciousness.
It's impossible to find fault in this classic. It's pacing and timing is the key along with the writing to space out each laugh perfectly. By the time you're recovering from the previous jolt, the next one comes in. A wild, uncontrolled finale is a fitting finish, continuing the stream of humor even when discussing the whereabouts of each cast member.
There's an iconic performance from John Belushi here, setting up a stereotype of the typical college slacker that's still relevant today. His face along with classic “College” sweatshirt is a staple in any dorm room. It’s not a true college experience without a toga party and a poster Belushi in tow.
Even the attempts at drama between Boon and Katy end up as straight comedy. There's not a single flat joke in here, and the actors sell their characters every step of the way. The sheer amount of quotable content is exhausting whether sly, sharp, or insanely stupid. The full cast is able to pull off a true rarity. They simply click when on screen with a rare chemistry.
The AFI selected Animal House to their list of 100 greatest comedies at #36. That's not enough recognition. This is a film that nailed the full checklist of comedy requirements, and just shy of 30 years later, it doesn't feel dated in the least.
Coming in on the low end of the HD-DVD spectrum, this combo disc is barely a step above the SD side. While there’s an extra layer of clarity, the film lacks any pop or specific moments to present the film in its full glory. Colors feel muted, bland, and washed out. The same can be said for fine detail, or lack thereof. Black levels are sharp and given the age of source material, damage and dirt are minimal.