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Boll Me Over...

JAD's favorite movie director, the inscrutable Uwe Boll, is allegedly being considered for directing duties on a movie adaptation of the PC game Postal. This kind of genre-jumping (House of the Dead, Alone in the Dark & the upcoming masterpiece that is Blood Rayne) is virtually unprecedented, but we feel that the intrepid autuer will be up to the task. Dare we say, "Oscar?"

Yes, we dare.

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Teaspoon said…
I beleive that I have posted my feelings for the greatest that is Uwe, before. I hear PONG: WHERE THE HELL DOES THE BALL GO? is finally moving into postproduction, there were some delays due to conflict between stars BA and BS.

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Clay and Adam are a couple of dorks.

But I certainly had nothing to do with this monstosity.

Or did I?