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Movie Jurassic Park III

Action Jurassic Park III movie

Jurassic Park III big pic

Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Year: 2001
Country: USA
Actors: Sam Neill as Dr. Alan Grant, William H. Macy as Paul Kirby, T?©a Leoni as Amanda Kirby, Alessandro Nivola as Billy Brennan, Trevor Morgan as Erik Kirby, Michael Jeter as Mr. Udesky, John Diehl as Cooper, Bruce A. Young as M.B. Nash, Laura Dern as Dr. Ellie Sattler, Taylor Nichols as Mark Degler, Mark Harelik as Ben Hildebrand, Julio Oscar Mechoso as Enrique Cardoso, Blake Michael Bryan as Charlie, Sarah Danielle Madison as Cheryl Logan, Linda Park as Hannah
Description: Eight years after the InGen incident, Dr. Alan Grant is happy with his life far from any dinosaurs other than fossilized. Unfortunately, he is extremely short in research money, and therefore accepts the offer of wealthy businessman Paul Kirby: A low flight over isolated Isla Sorna, where InGen’s second research site was located, and Dr. Grant can fund his future research for a long time. What Dr. Grant didn’t know is that Kirby just needs a dinosaur expert to help him and his wife find their 14-year-old son Eric, who crashed on the island while paragliding. What he did suspect, but never wanted to witness, is that the Velociraptors have evolved into a communicating species (and seemingly all along had the capability to do so), now being smarter than primates.

Download Jurassic Park III Action movie


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Indy Caricature

I’m a little behind on my birthday drawrings.  Here’s one of a friend depicted as one of my favorite characters; Henry Jones Jr.

A decaying Meso-American structure lurks in the distance, great architecture, but the landscaping is really out of control.

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Roni Size and B-Real Child of the west

Listen to that it’s a killa!
Roni Size in Dubai at Alpha at Le Meridien Dubai on Thursday don


uHAPs covers the Jungle Room & Kilroy’s – Bloomington, IN – July, 20th, 2009

Come check out uHAPS’ coverage of the Jungle Room & Kilroy’s in Bloomington, IN!:


uHAPS covers the Upstairs Pub and the Jungle Room – Bloomington, IN – July, 17th, 2009

Come check out uHAPS’ coverage of the Upstairs Pub and the Jungle Room in Bloomington, IN!:


The Cyclops released July 28, 1957

A test pilot is missing and a search party is sent out in the jungles of Mexico; however, while searching they uncover a monster in the jungle who became this way due to a dose of radioactivity.

Starring: James Craig, Gloria Talbott, Lon Chaney Jr., Tom Drake, and Duncan ‘Dean’ Parkin as The Cyclops (Bruce Barton)



making up the Cyclops
Makeup Artist Jack H. Young & the Cyclops


Make Up Department
  Carlie Taylor … makeup artist
  Jack H. Young … special makeup
The_Cyclops poster
Vocal Special Effects by: Paul Frees who was a well known voice artist from the 1940’s-80’s.  You’d recognize his voice from the following films & TV shows:
The War of the Worlds – Second Radio Reporter/Opening Announcer (1953)
The Shaggy Dog – Narrator/J.W. Galvin, Psychiatrist (1959)
The Manchurian Candidate – Narrator (1962)
The Incredible Mr. Limpet – Crusty (voice) (1964)
The Abominable Dr. Phibes – Singer of ‘The Darktown Strutters’ Ball’ (voice) (1971)
Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town (TV movie) – Burgermeister (1970)
Knight Rider (TV series) – K.A.R.R. (1984)

Upcoming Show – August 14, 2009 – Syndicate w/ E-Sassin


On this upcoming August 14 I’ll be rocking the decks alongside E-Sassion, Kip Killigan and local duo Dirty Martini. This show will be broadcast live as well, on for all those out-of-town fans.

Live art, body painting, give-aways and junglist go-go dancers will be in attendance.

I haven’t played a DnB show for a few months so this should be a good time. I may even drop some glitch hop on the crowds to mix things up.

Keep the date locked down and be sure to stream the event if you’re going to be part of the internet massive. ;)


Jack of Fables #36 – Review

by Chris Roberson (writer), Tony Akins (pencils & inks), Jose Marzan, Jr. (inks), Daniel Vozzo (colors), and Todd Klein (letters)

The Story: Jack = Tarzan? Apparently so, as yet another chapter of Jack’s past is explored.

What’s Good: More or less a one-shot, this comic is a clear breather after the crossover, much as this month’s issue of Fables also was. We get a fun, light story that manages to amuse and strives to do nothing more.

As one can probably gather from the solicitations, if you don’t like apes, this isn’t the comic for you. Thankfully, who doesn’t like apes? Jack’s interactions with the apes, often disparaging, are  golden. It’s that nice blend of egotism and belittling that Jack fans have come to love.

The apes themselves also shine. From the complaints over Jack’s insisting on calling them monkeys, to ape Jane’s ravenous sexual appetite (with no regard for species), it’s hard not to like these guys. Oh and one of the apes is actually a stuffed toy. Entirely random, but it works for that very reason.

A special word must go out to the second to last page of the issue. A picture of Jack in full Tarzan gear, with his ape buddies all getting Matt Fraction-esque captions. It’s an absolute riot and far and away the best humor on offer here.

What’s Not So Good: Unfortunately, Chris Roberson is guest-writing, and he doesn’t quite have the mastery over the character that Willingham and Sturges do. That’s not to say that Jack doesn’t sound like Jack, but Roberson is far less daring in his portrayal of the character. Jack’s egotism never hits the ludicrous heights that it does under his creators, and as a result, he’s not quite as funny as he usually is.  The humor is there, but the more outrageous aspects of it aren’t. One can’t help but feel that Roberson plays it safe, here.

Also, this issue doesn’t so much end as stop. Pretty much no time at all is spent detailing how Jack became Tarzan, which is bizarre given that that’s meant to be the major thrust of the book. Rather, he just meets the apes, spends some time in jail, and then WHAM! Image of him as Tarzan, and that’s the end. It feels as though the really good stuff was glossed over in favour of minor events, showing perhaps something of a lack of creativity.

The art is also something of a head-scratcher. I feel as though there’s a secret support artist working here, as certain pages look distractingly like they were drawn by a different hand. I’m not sure if this has to do with the inking being split, but frankly, it’s not just the inks that feel different from page to page. It’s bizarre.

Conclusion: A laugh here and there, but if you’re short on cash, feel free to skip it.

Grade: C

-Alex Evans


Apple tablet could pit iTunes against Amazon

With rumors piling up about a forthcoming Apple tablet, it appears more and more likely that such a device will emerge soon. But what’s still unclear is how this gadget will set itself apart from Apple’s multimedia-savvy product line.