Alien Vs. Predator – Requiem (that’s the official title) is the sequel to the first Alien Vs. Predator film which debuted 3 years ago to less-than-stellar reviews (rottentomatoes.com lists the first movie at 21% with 103 negative reviews out of a total of 131).
People tell me I bear a passing resemblance to this guy:
You know. Masi Oka, of Heroes fame.
So there’s a new Beowulf trailer up (check it out here) that’s different from the “red band” trailer I mentioned in an earlier post (you can scroll down or click here if you’re feeling lazy, I suppose).
It incorporates some of the material from that trailer along with previously unseen footage, this time delving a little deeper into the plot of the film.
I’m still pretty excited about seeing this movie, and if this latest trailer’s any indication, I think it’ll be a fun ride when it does come out this fall.
I enjoy working out.
I go to the gym maybe four or five times a week, and I try my best to keep in shape.
Beyond that, I’ve been lifting weights for 12 years, and I used to be an ACE (American Council of Exercise) certified personal trainer. The point being, I know my way around the gym, I also know a thing or two about resistance training, and I speak from experience when I say that good form is crucial when trying to realize any and all fitness goals.
I mention this today because I just saw a guy in the weightroom “benching” 225 lbs. – a very respectable amount of weight, especially for a guy his size – albeit with extraordinarily bad form.
I’ve been a huge fan of Paul Gilligan’s “Pooch Cafe” for some time now but only just recently got around to buying the first two collections, All Dogs Naturally Know How To Swim and No Collar, No Service, and boy, am I glad that I did.