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Paul Walker’s last film is sadly this lackluster, and staggeringly unnecessary, remake of 2004′s District B13.

Brian, Chris, J.C., and Will Goss bounce off the walls in dazzling disdain for this spectacularly shoddy flick. Will they be able to leap, spin, and flip their way to the end of the review?

On the good ship DigiNoise, it’s a sweet trip through the week’s best and worst Blu-ray and DVD releases. Like Double Indemnity & Philomena.

Then it’s a short jaunt into the darker timeline/parallel universe where the evil twin version of Brian and Chris discuss, what else, Touch of Evil.

Cap it with a delicious Zero Charisma giveaway and you’ve got one decadent episode.

How an NFL QB became an 80s Action Hero

Ryan McCann’s strange journey from the gridiron to an artist’s studio to the silver screen.

A must-read!

Mack Luster lives!

You will not believe which flick wins our massive sports movie tournament, you just won’t.

Narrowing the field from 16 to one grand champion was such an arduous task that we actually got a former NFL player/current actor to referee.

Hold on to your hats, helmets, or whatever accoutrement is need to play your particular sport.

In Transcendence, Johnny Depp plays a scientist who uploads his consciousness into a computer. No, he’s not Arnim Zola

Just consider Brian, J.C., and Ashley your filmic IT department, here to help scan this highly-anticipated movie for bugs. We won’t even make you turn the review off and on again.

Listen as the crew breaks down all the bits and bytes, arriving at a final system report.


Continuing along this countdown of shame, Brian and Chris arrive at the #2 worst movie of 2013 as voted upon by you, the sadistic fans.

Joining us for this free commentary is Joe Parsons from Master Pancake Theater.

See if our running skewering allows you to stomach the cumbersome, CG-laden, internal-consistency-devoid R.I.P.D.


Movie Review: ‘Brick Mansions’

0 Submitted by on Thu, 24 April 2014, 10:14
Parkour! Parkour! Par-poor. Paul Walker’s last film is sadly this lackluster, and staggeringly unnecessary, remake of 2004′s District B13. Much of the same content is ported over from the original, but the script changes and editing free-run this update into the ground. But hey, at least RZA gets to drop a few unearned Wu-Tang references. That’s at least gotta be Continue Reading...
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Get Remixed! Remixing Culture at its Finest

3 Submitted by on Thu, 24 April 2014, 07:01
I’ve always been jealous of remix artists. They live in a world where they hear melodies and harmonies everywhere. Whether it’s the dialogue in a movie or the nuanced sounds heard in every day life, their ability to take those sounds and arrange them into a cohesive piece of music is astonishing. I can’t even fathom what it would be Continue Reading...
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Digital Noise Episode 40: Indemnity Crisis

14 Submitted by on Wed, 23 April 2014, 09:01
On the good ship DigiNoise, it’s a sweet trip through the week’s best and worst Blu-ray and DVD releases. Captains Brian and Chris navigate around The Nut Job and Ride Along to arrive at the sweet shores of Double Indemnity and Philomena; all while getting the sugary wonder of that award-winning shanty from Once stuck in their heads. Then it’s Continue Reading...
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Filmmaker interview: Ismael Jr. Santos

0 Submitted by on Tue, 22 April 2014, 10:26
What always strikes me about showcasing your work is the amount of passion you have for your craft. It’s uncompromising and entirely inspiring. Filmmaker Ismael Jr. Santos is no different and I recently interviewed him about his short student film “Memories From The Past”, his life and his work. His short, “Memories From The Past” will also be showcased right Continue Reading...
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I’m All Out Of Love #3: Adam Sandler

5 Submitted by on Tue, 22 April 2014, 07:01
Welcome back to “I’m All Out Of Love”, in which I take a pop culture subject (film series, director, actor, television show, etc) and dissect how my ‘love’ of them from early on slowly dwindled and what my current stance on them is. Saturday Night Live breeds and fosters many talents. In its near 40 year history, the NBC variety show has helped Continue Reading...
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How an NFL QB became an 80s Action Hero

0 Submitted by on Mon, 21 April 2014, 13:01
April, 2004 – The NFL Draft just ended and my phone rang. It was the Cincinnati Bengals. They were offering me a free agent contract and an invitation to mini camp. Needless to say I was pumped as I headed for the Ohio Kentucky border. It was my goal to make it to the NFL since I was 12 years Continue Reading...
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Music, Music, Everywhere, & Not a Beat to Bump: Finding New Music

2 Submitted by on Mon, 21 April 2014, 10:01
Sometimes I feel like I’m constantly listening to the same music.  I have a fairly substantial music library but I’ve only ever listened to a small percentage of it.  I’d consider myself a music lover, but I often become overwhelmed with the idea of trying to find something new and exciting to listen to.  After becoming stressed-out over the music Continue Reading...
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Big Finishing Move: ‘Doctor Who: Project: Twilight’

1 Submitted by on Mon, 21 April 2014, 07:01
Salutations dear reader, and welcome back to Big Finishing Move, where I take a look at the Doctor Who-themed output of the audio powerhouse, Big Finish, and see if their stuff is worth your blood, sweat, and tears. Today, we’re rejoining the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn as they bite off more than they can chew on the seedy streets of Continue Reading...
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The Strip Club: 4/20/2014

1 Submitted by on Sun, 20 April 2014, 11:42
Sunday has come around once again, so let’s enjoy some comic strips just like we used to back in the good old days. Welcome to The Strip Club, the place where we share strips created by you, the readers and fans of One of Us. No holiday is complete without a hearty helping of corny dad jokes, as I’m sure Continue Reading...
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The Pre-Weekend Recap: April 18, 2014

0 Submitted by on Fri, 18 April 2014, 15:01
Greetings all to the latest edition of the Pre-Weekend Recap! As you might expect, the One of Us crew was fantastically productive this week. There were plenty of articles, blog posts, and podcasts featured for your entertainment. That’s right, this stuff was created with you in mind, dear friend, but in between your classes/job/hobbies/children/whatever, it’s possible that you didn’t have Continue Reading...
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