Jeremy lost his Internet connection, which is why Pajiba Love is both late and written by me today. I’m not very good at this because I don’t keep up with the gossip so well, so I’m just going to hit some favorite sites and, probably, make you appreciate Feist all the more in his absence.
This is a couple of months old, but though I have zero interest in video games, one of my favorite Internet writers is Kiala Kazebee, and here’s a list of hers from September: 10 Robots I’d Like to Fuck. (Nerdist)
Fact: Fox News Makes You Dumber. (Dave Chen)
Dan’s latest TV column for the Houston Chronicle covers the recent awards nominations and this week in Christmas movies. (Houston Chronicle)
In the movie blogosphere outside of Pajiba, women writers are somewhat scarce, so a few of the brighter, better ones have congregated over on (Cineboobs).
And speaking of boobs, a few Geek Girls Take It Off For Breast Cancer Awareness. (Geek Girl Diva)
Mickey Rourke is so awesome that, when he visits children with cancer in Russian hospitals, he brings his own prostitute. (FilmDrunk)
“Remake, Sequel or Leave Alone — What to Do With These 1980s Walt Disney Movies” from one of the best list writers on the Internet, Christopher Campbell. (Spout)
We didn’t cover this because, honestly, I’m sick to death of covering casting news on Gravity, which lost Robert Downey, Jr. and added George Clooney, who will star opposite Sandra Bullock after Angelina Jolie declined. It’s a strange combination. (NewsinFilm)
The best book blog on the Internet is still around, folks. Check out The Second Pass for holiday reading recommendations. (The Second Pass)
Did you guys know that commenter RobP writes comic strips? He does, and here’s the first installment of The Exciting Adventures of the Force Unstoppable: Sweep the Mind. (Grim and the JC)
We never reviewed The Nutcracker 2010 because it immediately bombed and didn’t open wide, as it had planned. So, here’s a review. (EFilmCritic)
Nobody writes a better weekly DVD release column than Rob Hunter. Book mark it and return each Tuesday. (FilmSchoolRejects)
For those that may wonder why Feist links to a fantasy football site, he doesn’t. I sneak them in. Here’s the latest: Five Finalists Picked to be Mike Vick’s New Dog. (Ugly Fours)
To those of you that dig Michael Murray’s weekly columns, check out his blog for more regular slices of the absurdities of his life. (Michael Murray)
I don’t do cute cat and dog videos. Sorry. But, here’s a Nathan Fillion fan standing up to David O. Russell and suggesting that he got it wrong in casting Mark Wahlberg. (Via Ropes of Silocon)