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Strange Video From Neill Blomkamp Appears on iPads It’s a pretty common occurance to see video ads display before opening up an app or watching video on the Apple iPad. However, in the latest iPad version of Wired Magazine (issue 18.12), a mysterious and unexplained video appears instead, and it’s credited by District 9 director Neil Blomkamp. What could this be? As you can see above, the found footage-style video shows two kids who drive out to the side of a road and find a nasty-looking dead pig-like creature with a big stamp on it. The stamp says “18.12 AGM Heartland Pat Pend USA” and “US Inspected And Approved”. This looks to be located outside some kind of factory, and the camera points in that direction to make sure we notice it. Here is what I’ve discovered. 18.12 is the number of the issue of WiReD that this video appears in. Could this be for Blomkamp’s next film, Elysium? Comments comments

The Aliens in Prometheus | Prometheus Movie This article has been updated with ACCURATE and FACT BASED information after seeing Prometheus. The following article DOES contain spoilers for those who haven't seen the film yet. The Engineers Engineer Ship in Earth's Atmosphere The Engineers or "Space Jockeys" are believed to be the "Gods" or race of intellectual beings which created humans and seeded our planet with life. Zeta 2 Reticuli System - LV-223 Moon The Space Jockey was first introduced to us in ALIEN back in 1979 and is re-introduced in Prometheus, but now named "Engineer" for the reasons stated above. Engineer Bio-suit The above image depicts the Engineer's "Bio-Suit" which encases the "pilot" of the Alien vessel (Engineer). Engineer activating pilot's chair on board Derelict Alien Vessel When the crew of the Prometheus find an Engineer (sleeping in cryo), they wake him up in hopes to contact with him and get the answers to life and for some - an alternative to death. New Worm Alien Parasite - The Hammerpede The Mural of Alien

Dark Side of Oz Dark Side of Oz [Setup] [Similarities with Pictures] [Similarities] [Conclusion] [Pink Floyd Lyrics] I've done this experiment quite a few times, and I'll have to admit that there are a lot of coincidental events and themes. Although Pink Floyd has never admitted to doing such a thing (except Roger, who stays quiet when asked), there are just a few points that should be examined. I guess you'll just have to come to your own conclusion. Click here for the Wizard of Oz Poster ~ Over The Rainbow Trippy inspiration for Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon ~ 24x36" Breathe Dorthy is on Earth, and everyone is talking to her, but this what are they really saying? Released March, 1973 "Speak to Me" (Mason) "I've been mad for fucking years, absolutely years, been over the edge for yonks, been working me buns off for bands..." "I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, like the most of us...very hard to explain why you're mad, even if you're not mad..." (Instrumental) Breathe, breathe in the air.

Famous Uncracked Codes | Electric City - Yahoo! Screen OmniCorp - Home Prometheus (film) Prometheus is a figure in Greek mythology. Prometheus may also refer to: Prometheus Books, a publishing companyPrometheus Entertainment, film producerPrometheus Global Media, entertainment publisherPrometheus Institute, a non-profit advocating independent policy solutionsPrometheus Society, a high IQ societyPrometheus Film or Mezhrabpom-Film, a German-Russian film studio from 1922-1936 HMS Prometheus, several shipsUSS Prometheus, several shipsPrometheus, GWR Iron Duke Class locomotive (1850-1887)Prometheus, one of the GWR 3031 Class locomotives built for and run on the Great Western Railway between 1891 and 1915, formerly named Nelson before 1895

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is the 2003 film adaptation of the graphic novel series created by Alan Moore. The film stars Sean Connery as the legendary adventurer Allan Quatermain, who teams with other famous literary characters to face a mysterious foe bent on starting a world war. The film is set in the year 1899, but in keeping with the fantasy aspect of the film, features several weapons that could be considered anachronistic. The following firearms were used in the film The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Lee-Enfield Mk.I rifle Long Lee-Enfield Mk.I rifles are first seen carried by British soldiers in their futile attempt to stop the tank breaking into the Bank of England at the beginning of the film. Lee-Enfield Mk.I - .303 British. One of the Fantom's men in Berlin disguised as a British soldier has a Long Lee-Enfield rifle in his hands. Another Lee-Enfield in the hands of the Fantom's men. Webley Green revolver Tokarev TT-33

ARGNet: Alternate Reality Gaming Network Newly Launched “Dredd” Viral Site Riffs The Drudge Report Dredd may be coming out in theaters next month, but the film’s promotion is just kicking off. After Dredd received some solid reviews at Comic-Con earlier this year, the film is entering a new stage of the marketing campaign. Firstshowing reports that a viral site called The Dredd Report has launched. The links provided on the site take you to a number of news pieces or images relating to today’s news. There is also an ad that is recruiting people to be Judges themselves, but the ad takes you to the film’s official Twitter account, which is more like a newsfeed for all that is happening in Mega City One. The Dredd Report is a pretty cool site full of faux headlines taking you to real world news articles and other bits relating to Mega City One, so check it out. Comments comments

Did You Hate ‘Prometheus’? Watch A 4-Minute Long Hate Fest I loved Ridley Scott’s Prometheus. Shit, I’ve watched it twice now on Blu-ray, along with nearly all of the extra features. At this point, I will never be convinced to join the haters. But the haters exist, and rightfully so. Below we’ve added a 4-minute long video that attempts to point out everything wrong with the Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron and Idris Elba starrer. All Time Bollywood Movie Ratings - 2013 | Rate Movies Here Looper Network is an internet domain which has achieved a degree of notoriety due to its name, and an intentionally mysterious website that existed there from August 1995 to 2009 created by the first registrant of the domain, artist Kenneth Aronson.[2][3] The domain was sold by Aronson in 2009 to domain investor Rick Latona who put it up for auction several times in 2010, with reserves of up to US$1.5 million.[4][5] The domain receives thousands of curious visitors daily.[6] under Aronson ownership[edit] Several versions of the website were created during Aronson's ownership of the domain. All the designs in the areas generally available to the public were simple and sparse, but employed mysterious text, purposefully difficult navigation and javascript tricks to create an intriguing experience that suggested something deeper, and which appealed to curious visitors, hackers, and others. A sub-domain of, stated: Layouts[edit] Subdomain Bat.[edit]

QR Code Pattern Discovery Leads to Tons of “Branded” Content Set in a dystopian future where corporate brands have created a disillusioned population, one man’s effort to unlock the truth behind the conspiracy will lead to an epic battle with hidden forces that control the world. This is the official description for the sci-fi thriller Branded looks to unlock the very conspiracy featured in the film. Thanks to a proactive reader of the site, we now have much more to go on. Get the details after the break. So far, the viral campaign has stuck to mostly QR codes and cryptic emails about the conspiracy, and all we’ve really gotten is the film’s official website and a new clip. Fortunately, MovieViral reader Louis Collins discovered a pattern in the QR code URLs. 001 – Photo of bus ad for the (fake) Russian television reality series “Extreme Cosmetika”.003 – Article about KFC’s Double Down Sandwich being the unhealthiest sandwich ever. So, what does this all mean? The bigger question is, why was it so easy to find all of these links? Comments