1999 – Run Lola Run

Run Lola Run is a cult classic. I was introduced to it in a film-study class I took in college. I wanted to know why I hadn’t heard of it sooner. It’s genre is simply defined as action, while some consider it Sci-Fi. Imagine a movie that’s almost as minute-by-minute action packed as something like The Transporter, but exploits a Groundhog Day like universe in an Inception-like way. I know, you’re interested. The soundtrack is going to keep your pulse up throughout the whole film, it’s going to keep you so alert of every little detail, it’s going to make you question why that thing looks different than it did just a few minutes ago, it’s going to provide clarity in a time where you’re so confused and you want to give up. The music marries on the on screen images and completes this wonderful package.

Filmed in Berlin, Germany in 1998, this film doesn’t look like your typical high budget American action flick. But what they may have lacked in budget, they absolutely made up for with creative story-telling. A girl just wants the right outcome, but every action or inaction has its consequence in this thrilling journey through time. This is genuinely one of my most favorite movies, and I don’t want to spoil it for you, so I’m literally staying vague. Just rust me. You need to see it. Now, go get Run Lola Run!

Bungie after Halo? Pre-Order DESTINY now

Bungie has posted a ViDoc for their upcoming game Destiny. The ViDoc is titled Pathways Out of Darkness, and can be seen below:

Amazon has already posted the preorder page so you can get preorder Destiny for Xbox 360. At the same time, since Bungie will be teaming with Activision this time around, and not directly with Microsoft, you’ll be able to preorder Destiny for PS3 as well.

Choose which computer your Xbox Streams from


When you have multiple computers at home and you want to stream content from one That you have used recently, it can be difficult to select which computer your Xbox 360 is streaming from. Here is a quick and easy way to select your specific computer for streaming content to your 360.

  1. Select “Settings” to the far right of the dashboard.
  2. Select “System.”
  3. Select “Network Settings.”
  4. Now, choose the connection test.
  5. Select “Test connection to a PC.”

In order to begin the test, you will have to select the computer you wish to connect. Once you do this will set the connection so that you can then browse the PC’s media library from your Xbox 360.