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Art Siriwatt's Picks of the Week

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JANUARY 28, 2013


1. ‘Bullet to the Head’ opens in theaters

Considering that the title of this movie is “Bullet to the Head,” I doubt there will be any confusion on what this movie is about. Starring Sylvester Stallone and directed by Walter Hill, whose last decent action movie was “The Warriors,” it’s probable that this movie will not be good. But it has the potential to be a great train wreck of a movie, in a “so-bad-it’s-good” kind of way, and will surely have enough violence and explosions to provide good amounts of dumb fun, especially when nothing noteworthy is coming out alongside it this Friday.


2. Mindbending exploration game, ‘Antichamber,’ releases for PC

Antichamber has you exploring non-Euclidean levels as you traverse the environment and solve puzzles. What are non-Euclidean levels? I don’t exactly know, but I do know that in this game, geometry makes no sense, everything is either neon or white and, if under the influence, you probably will have an intense trip. Coming out this Thursday on PC, “Antichamber” should be a great mind bending game that hopefully won’t leave you with too many headaches.


3. ’30 Rock’ series finale Thursday night

After seven seasons, “30 Rock” is finally coming to an end in an hour-long series finale this Thursday at 8:00PM. Not to spoil too much this season, but it’s satisfying to see that the show is coming full circle and will end without a cliffhanger. It’s sad to see it go, as I doubt any other show has the creativity to create a faux show-within-a-show called “Bitch Hunter” or capture the quick, quirky humor “30 Rock” mastered, but on the bright side, let’s look forward to whatever Tina Fey’s next project will be.


4. He’s My Brother She’s My Sister at The Independent

The five-piece LA-based modern folk band He’s My Brother She’s My Sister features a tap dancing drummer. Need I say more? Just go see them this Friday at The Independent in San Francisco.


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