SCREEN: Adult Swim Premieres Mike Tyson’s Mysteries at Comicon

Ever since his stint in the original Hangover series, Mike Tyson has remerged to be a hipster hero of late. So it’s not surprising that he would get his own show on Adult Swim. The series looks to be a spoof of Scooby Doo with a splash of Mr T (remember that) combined with the [...]

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SCREEN – Cool Ad, Japanese Schoolgirl Chase

Now I wish all advertisements were like this.  In this Japanese soft drink ad, two schoolgirls chase each other around the city of Atami showing off their death-defying stunts, advanced parkour skills, and game of Tag badass-ery.  But let’s not be fooled here, the soda company’s editors have pretty awesome film editing skills as well. [...]

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SCREEN & OPINION: Selfies Anonymous

In 2013, Oxford Dictionary proclaimed the word “selfie” as the word of the year.  As you may have noticed, the ‘selfie’ has moved beyond a simple method of taking a picture of oneself to becoming a worldwide cultural phenomena.  And it’s not slowing down anytime soon.  Celebrities like Ellen takes selfies while hosting the Oscar [...]

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SCREEN: Samurai Kills It With Soccer Tricks

In celebration of this year’s World Cup 2014 in Brazil, Japanese Noodle Company Nissin released this very cool ad of Red Bull athlete Kotaru Tokuda dressing up in a Samurai attire and killing it with soccer (or should I say futbol) tricks.  For you soccer fans, this is a must watch as you see the [...]

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SCREEN: Shepard Fairey – Obey This Film

There’s been a number of films and documentaries based on street-artist, designer, turned cultural icon Shepard Fairey.  However, with Brett Novak’s Obey This Film, we get a first-hand account from the man himself – Mr. Fairey – describing his artistic inspiration and development, to the marketing of his work allowing his art to reach the culturally [...]

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SCREEN: Just Say No….To The War On Drugs

Who would’ve thought that our “land of the free” would have the most jailed citizens in the world? This stands true even when compared to Russia or China.  Criminal sentencing for drug possession or use has been a massive failure ever since its inception. People who are arrested and convicted for minor possession are forever [...]

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SCREEN: “Look Up” By Gary Turk

Do you know anyone who’s entire identity is defined by social media? I’m referring to the person who is extremely confident and poignant in their tweets, stunningly beautiful in their Instagram profiles, hilariously insightful in their Facebook updates. But when you meet that person in ‘real life’, they are a shell of their social media [...]

May 28, 2014 Jon "Law" Heredia Featured, Screen 0

SCREEN: Buddhist Monks Breakdance To The Beastie Boys’ for MCA Day

To celebrate the birthday of the now-deceased legendary Beastie Boys’ MC, MCA (RIP), Buddhist Monks broke out the linoleum in Manhattan’s Washington Square Park and did the unthinkable – T-flaring, hand-spinning, hand-standing, and more to the classic Beastie Boy cut Ch-Ch-Check It Out.  I always knew that Buddhist Monks were flexible from all the old [...]

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SCREEN: Have The Homeless Become Invisible?

I hate to admit it but I’m totally guilty of this. Walking down the street and a half block away I see a homeless person leaned up against the wall sprawled out amongst all of his belongings. My mind consciously (or sub-consciously) springs into ‘get-distracted-mode’ focusing a whole block ahead so that I would not [...]

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As spring approaches to what seemed to be an east coast ‘forever-winter-wonderland’, I’m already looking forward to the sun-soaked, pollen-less summer.  The rooftop Bar-B-Ques in Brooklyn. The ice cream truck posted down the block with its melodic tune repetitively playing.  Watching hipsters play kickball in Williamsburg’s McCarren Park with an extra large styrofoam cup filled [...]

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SREEN: Epic Pen Spinning

I remember it was ninth grade third period math class I got really good at pen spinning.  Pen spinning – the craft that allows you to appear as if you are intently listening to your teacher, but in reality solely focused on the dexterity of your fingers. Pen spinning – the craft that will allow [...]

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SCREEN: This Is a Generic Brand Video

Have you ever found yourself being transcendently inspired by a TV commercial only to realize that the commercial was merely trying to sell you a Toyota Corolla, life insurance, or a new burger at (fill-in-the-blank) fast food restaurant?  The man tirelessly and honorably working at a steel manufacturing plant, the women selflessly working at a [...]

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