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By Drew Morton | Pajiba Love | September 2, 2009 |

By Drew Morton | Pajiba Love | September 2, 2009 |

I noticed in the Pajiba suggestion box that a few readers requested reviews of porn based on actual films. For those interested, my friend William Bibbiani has just the thing for you. (Geekscape!)

A trailer for the latest reboot of ABC’s “At the Movies” (1986-Present), now featuring my favorite film critic, A.O. Scott (The New York Times), and Michael Phillips (The Chicago Tribune) has been released. Vaya con Dios Ben Lyons! (Spout)

Despite the fact that Dig Out Your Soul was far from a great record, am I the only person slightly saddened by the end of Oasis? Of course, the band has been known to have more lives than a cat in the past, so perhaps there’s still hope! (Rolling Stone)

Another Blair Witch Project sequel? We all know how well that idea turned out the first time… (IGN)

Want to know how the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is going to pick their 10 best picture nominations? (Dark Horizons)

AMC has officially renewed Mad Men for a forth season. I will be privately celebrating the ability to continue to watch Christina Hendricks. (Deadline Hollywood Daily)

What was the biggest flop of the summer? A movie you probably haven’t even heard of. (Gordon and the Whale)

Peep this killer poster celebrating the 20th Anniversary of “Twin Peaks.” (El Jefe Design)

Another look at the show that ABC hopes to use to fill the hole that “Lost” will leave after next year: “Flash Forward.” (Film School Rejects)

Our man, William Goss, has a spectacular piece up over on Cinematical exploring the fun facts of this summer’s movies. (Cinematical)

Criterion has made some major release announcements in the past weeks. Looking for some Golden Age television? How about a bunch of IFC titles, including Steven Soderbergh’s Che and Christopher Nolan’s Following? (Screen Daily)

Looking forward to Mike Judge’s Extract (which I’ll be reviewing later this week)? Perhaps this interview will keep your TPS reports in tip-top shape. (The New York Times)

Finally, in yesterday’s “Pajiba Love” I ran the AV Club’s list of the best suicide songs. Now, they’ve provided a list of 25 songs to try to talk you out of putting your head in a gas oven. (AV Club)

Speaking of music inspiring suicide, has everyone seen this? It’s a very intense song…

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