00:03 - Zaphod I have an enormous pile of those and even read a lot of the black and white ones.
23:59 - Zaphod I kind of wanted to see it because I like the writers, but it didn't really look like a Kuifje movie, so I never bothered. By the way, you mentioned Suske & Wiske earlier; I was a huuuuuge fan of those comics when I was a kid.
23:50 - Redn1ght Best German bands out there, guys? (Thrash/Death/Prog/Whate ver fits those.)
23:46 - Erik M. The action is way too fast-paced (kind of like in The Hobbit 3, except that that movie is downright terrible) and the voice actors (while good) just don't do it for me. The movie lacks the typical charm that Kuifje has (to have).
23:46 - yvesson Hej, hmm talking about flemmish stuff now ? MS looks more and more like bide&musique afterall. :þ
23:43 - Zaphod I never watched that movie and I don't think I ever will. It didn't look good at all :P
23:38 - Erik M. I know, right? Totally nostalgic for me too. Buy the dvd-box, it's extremely easy to get it. ;) Btw, the Tintin movie was a real disappointment. Pretty bad compared to the tv-series (yeah, you get the idea how much I like it :P).
British speed power metallers DragonForce have announced their return to North America for a spring tour. This marks the band's first full trek with new singer Marc Hudson, who makes his recorded debut on their latest album, The Power Within, which hits stores on April 17th. Also, you can now download the new track "Fallen World" at this location, which is still streaming here.
Famed British producer Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Arch Enemy, Nevermore, Exodus) has revealed to Radio Metal that he will enter the studio this summer with San Francisco Bay Area metal veterans Testament to begin work on the follow-up to 2008's The Formation Of Damnation. A late 2011/early 2012 release is expected.
"The new album will most likely be a culmination of The Gathering (1999) and The Formation of Damnation, but we're definitely not going to forget who we are or our roots. I think we've found a comfortable spot in our writing style," Testament vocalist Chuck Billy stated in a 2010 interview.