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Here’s a great treat. Remember my big obsession, Joey Oglesby? Well, he’s currently with a comedy group called Level One Comedy. They just released this off-kilter comedy short about April Fool’s Day. And it’s really, really good.
Look at this link. I just made you click on that and it didn’t lead you to anywhere on the internet. APRIL FOOLS!!!!! :p
Wow, this is pretty awesome. I just stumbled upon a new webseries called AIDAN 5. What intrigued me was its premise (a detective trying to solve the murders of his clones) and its mashup of genres: pulp fiction, science-fiction, and film noir. I’m sold! And when I watched the trailer and its first episode, I quickly counted 4 woofy guys. BONUS! The protagonist may not be as husky as I would prefer, but he has a handsome face that reminds me of Drew Powell and Vincent D’Onofrio (whom I have criminally not posted about, though I once mentioned his similarity with Drew). [KEEP ON WOOFIN’!]
Desperate to reboot their failed careers, the once-great video game heroes of the 1980s are coming back together… for a reunion. Go behind the scenes into the sordid lives of Mario, Mega Man, and their gang of 8-bit misfits in a live-action parody that answers the question, ‘Where are they now?’
I checked out the trailer, and I was very amused. I will definitely be checking it out, starting on March 8, 2011.
Commercials are, more or less, fairly effective. They are visual invasions and auditory assaults to the senses which can do their manipulative job in less than 30 seconds. When I first saw the “Sword” Trident Layers Gum commercial, the ad did its spectacular magic on me as the cute cub in it caught my attention in less than 3 seconds. [KEEP ON WOOFIN’!]
Former WWE superstar, Shad Gaspard, just got an audition with Brett Ratner’s upcoming superhero movie, “Youngblood” via Twitter [Comic Book Movie]. I’ve never heard of “Youngblood” though I’m somewhat familiar with Chapel’s character from “Spawn.” Body-wise, Shad definitely possesses the brawny muscles for the role. [KEEP ON WOOFIN’!]
Sometimes, there’s a photo or even animated gif that doesn’t need explaining. Someone posted this from Tumblr and I’m pretty sure that this is from “No Ordinary Family”…
The BearMythology look has been updated again by your finicky and oft-absent blogger. Also, based on numerous suggestions, I will finally get with the 21st Century and start placing “Continue Reading” links on every post for easier reading consumption…
Anyway, my great friend, GE, sent me a link to a video that gave me a heart attack (I wonder how many heart attacks I’ve had during the course of this blog’s lifespan?): it is a video of pro-wrestler, Mark Henry, wearing only skimpy bright red speedos! Seriously, why can’t he wrestle with this type of outfit?! [KEEP ON WOOFIN’!]
Question: You have Will Sasso as your lead in a sword and sandal parody (such as “Gladiator,” “Troy,” and “300”). Do you:
A) Make sure his wardrobe would be like the Spartans’? (You know, revealing Will Sasso’s ever-so-sexy body.)
B) Make sure we get to see some full shirtless scenes? (There’s always a sex scene in a sword and sandal film after all.)
C) Just show him partly shirtless. (In the bear/chub world, that’s hardly being shirtless at all!)
Yup, you guessed correctly. It’s “C.” Will Sasso barely showed any skin in the film, National Lampoon’s The Legend Of Awesomest Maximus. But, hey, I did not care at all because I was watching a film where Will Sasso was the freaking LEAD! The movie was ridiculously stupid, lowbrow, and very offensive. But, maybe it was because of Will Sasso, but I watched the darn thing about 4 times now and I’ll probably buy it on Blu-Ray too! Also, I actually found myself laughing with the film and not at it! What’s happening to my brain?
Anyway, would I have watched this if someone else who’s not as deliciously sexy as Will Sasso played Awesomest Maximus?… Let me think for a sec– HELL NO!
So here are pretty much all of the scenes where Mr. Will Sasso teased us with some skin.
I know, I know. This won’t cut it for some of you. 😛
So here’s a treat. I’m an avid
stalker visitor of Will Sasso’s blog @ HamFatter.com and there’s a cool entry there that pretty much reads like porn: Dog vs Bear. Here is a snippet of such erotic fan-fiction…
Okay, Sasso walks at 6’3, 290lbs. His fighting weight is 260 maaaybe 250 but I don’t think so. The next time you’re with him I want you to make a careful study of his CALVES. Please understand their mass, vascularity and most importantly their positioning on the actual bone. Forget the perfect heart shape and the index finger sized arterial vein that branches and feeds the pulsing beast. Rather, look how high they sit. These are what we call “High Insertion Calves” in the bodybuilding world. Now why is this significant? Well, high insertion calves are almost always a very good indication of an abundance of fast twitch (red twitch) muscle fiber. Believe it or not, Will is mostly fast twitch. He’s made up of the kind of muscle one uses for explosive and powerful movements (see his high school football reputation and scouting history). You’ll rarely find a big man who can move as quickly or jump as high. Watch him dance around on his toes sometime. He makes you look like you’re underwater. The first thing a trainer would do with you, Chad, is work to get the lead out of them feet. You tend to plod. I know much of this may have to do with a general malaise but you’re still mostly made up of slower twitch fiber. You may have more endurance than the bald idiot and that’s a good thing.
I think I just fainted… Santa Maria! 🙂
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The Edgerton Brothers’ “The Square” (Official Site) is one of my favorite films this year. I’m not even sure if it was released in the US cinemas (as this was released on 2008), but I recently caught it on DVD and it’s spectacular filmmaking at its finest. In a few words: “Australian film-noir set in the 1980s.” And you know what? It all worked fantastically. As a lover of film-noir, the Edgerton Brothers did a superb job in creating a malicious world in a small Australian town.
With my fan-gushing out of the way, the film also starred a handsome actor that made my viewing even better: Anthony Hayes. He’s a bit “smaller” for my tastes but his face, beard, furry chest, husky build, and — OMG! — that mullet! The Mullet was a character of its own and I loved it.
And on to the good stuff. It’s Shirtless Saturday, so here is the woofy Anthony Hayes in all of his shirtless and mulleted glory…