They had a Will&Grace re-run a few days or weeks ago, and even though I haven’t enjoyed the show since I was a teen… Karen still manages to make me laugh.
Here’s the clip, but be careful if it gets deleted.
I really don’t know how I missed this trailer.
I mean, it’s got Yu-chan’s line in ENGLISH… broken English, but HER LINE IN ENGLISH. And it’s nearly a year-old video post, and I never knew. And NOBODY told me. T_T That’s the most depressing part.
I had talked with people who had seen Vampire already, and they’ve told me that Yu-chan’s part is small… but memorable (but maybe they’re a little bit biased). In any case, I’m not guiding myself by the reviews that came from Sundance because most of them… they were expecting some other movie about vampires.
I’m posting this today, because Vampire just got a Japanese release date — September 15th this year —
but i can’t find an upload for that version on YouTube, so here’s a link to Wildgrounds.
I was looking for some pictures for my upcoming post, when I stumbled into this Asami Mizukawa funny screencap from her show Yume wo Kanaeru Zo and I burst out laughing.
Since last year, right around the time I changed this blog (I think), I have been eyeing the WordPress theme titled Chunk. UGH. You don’t know how much I wanted to use that theme.
It was so white and had a typographic base. But it’s not available for self-hosted blogs… not that I could find any download easily anyway. My only pet-peeve was that it was a one-column layout and it just reminded me so much of Tumblr. So many WordPress blogs now work like Tumblr.
ANYWAY, so I resigned myself. I couldn’t get Chunk, so I didn’t use it. Throughout these months, WordPress has been releasing a series of themes that I loved much — many of them paid, though — and I just couldn’t find the perfect project to have a paid template for.