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Apple Ipad Comedic Highlights

So did anyone else see the super weird Apple Ipad Promo Video starring serial killers?  Well, if you thought it was weird, check out the re-edit Rollerson and Vickdang made of our favorite highlights! After watching,shout out and let us know if you want to pinch it open and multi-touch with us!


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Therefore Retro...

Back in 2005, I had some time on my hands…

First Ever National Train Day

I love trains. They’re fast, comfortable, and have a smaller carbon footprint than airplanes and passenger cars. In fact, “… Amtrak – on an energy consumed per-passenger-mile basis – is 18 percent more energy efficient than commercial airlines,” according to the Department of Energy.

I used to do the trip between New York and Boston a lot in school, and I always preferred the train to driving or the bus. I found it to be the most comfortable form of travel and the only one that I could sleep on. The airplane always cost too much for the trip, and any time saved was wasted at the security check. Trains also give us convenient, cost-effective intra-city travel. How could any 20-something in the NY area live without their precious Subway? For all these reasons and more, the US is having its first National Train Day this year on May 10. There will be events at the major train stations in New York, Washington, Chicago, L. A., and many other stations across the country.

Late Night Cinema: The Frighteners

Late Night Cinema

Welcome to the first column of Late Night Cinema!

This column, my debut column, we look at one of the true forgotten horror/comedy gems of the 90s, a true late night cinema classic, The Frighteners.

Welcome Back 30 Rock

And what a great episode to come back with. MILF Island, fart machines, a really weird Cathy impersonation; this was a loaded show. If you didn’t watch last night, it’s already up on the NBC.com player. Congrats guys! Now keep em’ coming.

MMOVIE at 650,000 Hits WorldWide!

Hey Therefore Friends!

MMOvie, the viral video hit produced, written and captured by VickDang and Patrick has crested 650,000 views internationally and will hopefully hit 1 Million views by the end of the week. Those who have seen or read some of our other material will notice some differences in style here, but

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Review: Zach Galifianakis Live at the Purple Onion

Late Night Cinema


There are very few people I trust for recommendations when it comes to comedy. The last time someone told me, “Oh man you gotta catch this show its sooooooo funny you should check it out!,” the show was Two and a Half Men.

One person I do trust for comedic recommendations is fellow Thereforeyou poster Patrick. For Christmas he gave me a DVD entitled Zach Galifianakis: Live at The Purple Onion.

Blu-Ray Wins the Format War

Well the format war is officially over. Personally I’m glad they’ve decided to stick with Blu-Ray as I’ve been very impressed with the features and quality of the Blu-Ray movies. Here’s the official word from IMDB:

Toshiba today (Tuesday) formally announced the death of HD DVD, thereby ending its two-year-long battle with Sony

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And So it Ends

There’s a great wrap up article about the Writers’ Guild strike on Salon.com that puts the strike in a historical context. The article gives a brief history of the guild, including the darker blacklisting days, but, more importantly, it talks about the strikes in 1985 and 1988 over VHS. Those strikes really set

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So, uh, who did the Grammy go to?

Did you know that there were 110 Grammy Award categories last night?

And how many made it on air? By my best estimate, 7.

What the hell? Now, I get that you can’t televise 110 awards. It would be downright dull. But there were some major categories left out; almost everything having to do with rock and pop got cut, and R&B only fared slightly better. And if you happen to like jazz, or (dare I say it) classical? Out of luck, my friend.

So, with only 6% of the awards making it to the air in a 3.5 hour broadcast, what did we get instead? A little bit of good, a whole lot of mediocre, and an suprising amount of downright ugly. Some of the highlights and lowlights after the jump.

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