Wes Phillips

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Wes Phillips Posted: Aug 08, 2006 1 comments
Need I say more? And, unlike many parodies, these are ha-ha funny, not simply funny strange.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Nov 23, 2005 0 comments
The feature length movie (link is to trailer) has become the "most viewed film in Finland," having been seen by three million people in the last 60 days.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Mar 08, 2006 0 comments
Neil Gaiman's lovely little fairy tale is going to be a movie. This could be good news, since Stardust has a deliberately simple storyline, unlike most of Gaiman's oeuvre and offers the best chance of a straight movie adaptation.
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Wes Phillips Posted: May 11, 2006 1 comments
I have a soft spot for this show, but what really impresses me about this article on the long-running series is that the Sci-Fi network stuck with the show and worked to get viewers versed in its backstory and mythos, instead of just moving it to different time-slots each week like the "real" networks do.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Jan 12, 2007 0 comments
The 2007 Consumer Electronics Show may be officially over, but you can still read our on-going coverage at our show blog.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Oct 04, 2007 0 comments
Paul Hillier decided to record Stockhausen's Stimmung. The composer had a few few thoughts.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Feb 24, 2006 0 comments
I'm linking to this particular day's posting because it's so clear and well argued, but this insider's animation blog is a constant joy.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Jan 04, 2008 0 comments
On Christmas day, my friend, the Nuyorican goddess Liz Ramirez-Weaver saw me looking at Junot Diaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. "It's good," she said. "You should borrow it."
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Wes Phillips Posted: Jun 08, 2006 0 comments
Interesting collection of images from Cornell's division of rare and manuscript collections.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Apr 19, 2006 4 comments
What happened to Benjamin and Elaine after they got off the bus? Writer Charles Webb, who based the characters on himself and his wife, can't tell you. He thinks he no longer owns the rights to his own story.

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