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Recipes From the GWAR-B-Q!

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Posted October 4, 2011 - By Mike D'Alonzo

As you saw on AOTS, Candace Bailey spent a little time with the immortal demon metal band GWAR at their GWAR-B-Q not too long ago on the East Coast, but what did they cook? Luckily, we were able to unearth a little of the GWAR-B-Q cook book, to get some dirt on the horrible, horrible members of the band, as well as the stuff they made.

It all looks so delicious, we can't wait to get our hands on this food!

Recipes From the GWAR-B-Q!

 

Beefcake the Mighty
Instrument: Bass
Born: Always
Died: Yes
Favorite Food Network Show: Sweet Genius
Quote: "I am a sexual god."
 

 

 

 

Beefcake the Mighty's Beef Ribs

Ingredients

    2 pounds country style beef ribs
    4 cups chicken broth
    1/8 cup teriyaki sauce
    1 1/2 tablespoons garlic powder
    1 tablespoon onion powder
    salt and pepper to taste
    1 gallon bull semen

Directions

Place the ribs in a roasting pan. Mix together the chicken broth, teriyaki sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper. Pour over the ribs. Cover, and marinate for 1/2 hour.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Cover the roasting pan with aluminum foil.

Roast in the oven for about 2 hours, or until the meat is so tender that it comes off of the bone easily. Check occasionally to make sure the juices do not boil over into the oven, and remove some of the broth if necessary.

Douse the entire thing with the bull semen using a high-pressure fire hose. Season to taste.

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Arrested Development Revival: What To Expect

After years of loose talks with no results, Arrested Development, the cult classic series and Fox comedy casualty will finally be revived as a limited run TV series, leading into the long-discussed movie project.

At an impressive gathering of the entire cast at the New Yorker Festival on Sunday, creator Mitchell Hurwitz would confirm the resurrection of the ongoing eccentric, farcical saga of the Bluth family. -- Although, not in a conventional form. This time, the series will be brought back for a nine or ten episode limited run which will see light of day on Showtime and Netflix.

Hurwitz claims to be about halfway through the scriptwriting process for the movie, which will apparently start shooting next summer. Since much have the cast have pretty hectic schedules, that summer shoot is likely set in stone. 

So, what's in store for the Bluths?

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Idris Elba of Luthor & Thor Behind-the-Scenes Interview »


 

The charming and witty Idris Elba talks to AOTB about the dark turns he'd like the crime drama Luther to take in future seasons, discusses his time spent working on Thor with such greats as Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Kenneth Branagh and raves about his other upcoming comic book adaptation, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. If you love Luther or Marvel Comics, this will thrill you and when you're done being thrilled, follow Idris Elba on Twitter @idriselba.

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Andrew Dice Clay, Max Silverstein BTS Interview »


The legendary standup comedian Andrew Dice Clay, joined by his son and fellow comedian Max Silverstein, talk about Andrew Dice Clay's career resurgence thanks to the show Entourage, his upcoming book and possible documentaries, reveal what inspires Andrew Dice Clay's comedy today, and discuss what it's like being father and son in the comedy business. You standup comedy fans, and we know you're out there, will want to see this.

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Fresh Ink Online: Murs, Catwoman, Batman, Green Lantern »


Host Blair Butler is joined by comic book lovin’ rapper Murs (check him out on G4tv.com’s Freestyle 101) for a Fresh Ink Online chock full of DC reboots. Enjoy reviews of Catwoman, Batman, Daredevil, Green Lantern Corps., Northlanders, A Game of Thrones, Near Death, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Ultimate Comics: X-Men.

Make sure to check out Murs’ new album Love & Rockets v.1: The Transformation and visit him online.

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The Dark Knight Rises: Anne Hathaway's Complete Catwoman Costume

Set photos from The Dark Knight Rises have finally revealed Anne Hathaway's full Catwoman costume.

After Warner Bros released the first official photo of the actress in her role back in early August, the question that many-a-fan were asking, was whether she would be sporting either a mask or some version of her comic contemporary cowl. Well, the latest photos have answered that question definitively.

Check out some of the new photos below.

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Tags: Comics, Movies

Protect Yourself From Computer Crime!

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Posted September 20, 2011 - By Mike D'Alonzo

Protect Yourself From Computer Crime!

This ghastly image of the future comes from a 60's era book in which the author predicts computer crime. According to the book, "There will likely be police computer-fraud squads, specially trained to deal with computer crime. Here you can see a squad arriving at the home of a computer criminal and arresting him as he makes a dash for it."

You can also see that the squad will be wearing awesome aviator jackets and special computer crime helmets, which will, presumably, keep your mind from being co-opted by the cassette-driven computers of the future. Also, you can see a cravat-wearing narc standing in front of his completely clear helicopter, which will be standard issue in the future.

The future was going to be so exciting, you guys!

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The Female Dominated Fall Television Schedule: Estrogen Is In

If you drive a car or ride public transportation in Los Angeles, then you know that every Fall you get blasted with the latest ads for new television shows. The worst culprit in the entire city seems to be the intersection at Franklin and Highland, which has multiple billboard competing for your attention. If there is one thing you'll learn from these billboards right now, it's that the upcoming Fall 2011 tv season is saturated with women.

Now, as a fan of women, I have no problem with this at all. It's just that the sheer amount of upcoming shows revolving around a single girl, a duo of ladies, or a whole group of women seems more than I ever would have expected. But, men have ruled television long enough with buddy cop shows and lame sitcoms. Women have struck back, in force.

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The fact that there isn't already a movie based on Eric Powell's comedy horror comic, The Goon is a travesty, but at least we have The Goon proof of concept teaser trailer and the newly released Goon animation test to give us a glimpse of what might one day be the best comic book movie adaptation ever, if the film's producers can ever come up with the funding. We certainly hope they do.

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The Greatest Film Of All Time Now Available On Blu-ray: Citizen Kane

I had never heard of Citizen Kane until I took a filler course in college called "The History of the Movies." It was an enormous, lecture-style class where we would watch films, then break into smaller groups in the next class to discuss them. I figured that it would be an easy A (and I was right), but I didn't know that it would rip apart my opinion of films and open my eyes to an entire world of movies that I'd glossed over.

Chief amongst them was Orson Welle's seminal Citizen Kane. At that point, I only knew Welles as the chubby guy from a commercial for Milton Bradley's Dark Tower board game. I had no idea that he'd been a hugely influential writer/director/actor in both radio and film. So when we screened Kane, I was blown away. Welles was larger than life, vibrant, and a man of many faces as he plays titular antihero Charles Foster Kane throughout the film. I was lucky enough to see this first on a big screen, but it was on a jittery projector, with plenty of flaws. Finally, you can now watch this film in more pristine condition than when it first appeared on screens back in 1941.

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