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Yep, today we have yet another viral ad appropriating the image of a dead famous person to sell a product. I love the visual look of this Bruce Lee piece, though — the blurry black and white makes this game of ping-pong almost look like a […]

Yep, today we have yet another viral ad appropriating the image of a dead famous person to sell a product. I love the visual look of this Bruce Lee piece, though — the blurry black and white makes this game of ping-pong almost look like a dream.

And today we look at a series singled out by Wes Craven this past Halloween. According to Julia Diddy, Luke 11:17 “more than holds its own within the confines of its genre.” Check out this ably produced and acted horror treat at NewTeeVee Station.

  1. Entertaining, but obviously computerised footage… The flight path and bounce of the ball is very unrealistic!

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