PopMatters reviews Cinematic Titanic: The Oozing Skull: “This is outstanding stuff, the kind of rapid fire revelry that sends a satiric chill down your funny bone. While it’s hard to top the artistic triumph that was Mystery Science Theater 3000, what’s clear is that none of the former participants have lost an ounce of their wonderfully witty edge.”
Also from PopMatters, a review of Groundhog Day: 15h Anniversary Edition. I saw this movie so many times in high school, and I still love it.
Christianity Today has posted their “10 Most Redeeming Films of 2007″: “It’s interesting to note that six of our ten choices are all based on true stories. Maybe that just goes to show that some of the best redemptive stories — at least the ones that move us the most — are those that are really true.”
The new Autechre album, Quaristice, is now available for download from Bleep. The MP3 release contains individual track artwork by The Designers Republic. There’s also a limited edition release that has a bonus CD and comes in a Designers Republic styled, photo-etched, 0.4mm steel slipcase with foil blocked inner gatefold wallet.
Sean Sperte offers up a nice introduction to my favorite CMS, ExpressionEngine.
Also on the ExpressionEngine tip, Khoi Vinh is porting Subtraction over to EE and has posted some initial thoughts: “Compared to what I’m accustomed to, ExpressionEngine is quite elegant. And fast. It’s also a lot of fun. Why didn’t I do this sooner?”
The latest Twitch-O-Meter lists “five of the best-packaged DVD releases ever.”
Eric Meyer has given his ultra-useful “reset.css” stylesheet, which allows you to remove all default browser styling and start over from scratch, a reset of its own.