22:37 - TrollandDie Yeah, I still find it entertaining overall. Speaking of sci-fi, SG-1 is on Pick atm. Good way to waste a Friday evening in pissing-rain Dublin.
22:35 - moonflash Ah yes, Red Dawrf. Something which combined two of my favourite things: British comedy and Science Fiction. I've seen a lot of episodes from it back when it ran on BBC2. Real good stuff, should watch it back to back.
22:35 - !J.O.O.E.! It's pretty low brow stuff. I do find it funny though. I probably enjoy it more as a sci fi show though oddly enough.
22:33 - TrollandDie I always found Red Dwarf to have brilliant concepts, but just never found it that funny. So good sci-fi but meh comedy.
22:31 - !J.O.O.E.! You should have some Red Dwarf lined up for when Battlestar gets too downtrodden.
22:30 - TrollandDie yeah, loved that. ''If you need to ripoff something, try something more obscure.''
22:26 - moonflash Sounds good. I'll put in on my list. I'll watch after I'm done with Battlestar.
You can now watch the new Nine Inch Nails video for their new single "Came Back Haunted", which was directed by David Lynch. Yes, that one (Mulholland Drive). Their new comeback album Hesitation Marks is set for September 3rd on Columbia Records. David Lynch filmed the video for "Came Back Haunted" at his studio in Los Angeles and you can see it here below.
Lynch had previously worked with Reznor before as he tapped him to produce the soundtrack for his 1997 film Lost Highway.
You can also find more details about this single here.
Hesitation Marks tracklist:
01. The Eater Of Dreams
02. Copy Of A
03. Came Back Haunted
04. Find My Way
05. All Time Low
09. Various Methods Of Escape
11. I Would For You
12. In Two
13. While I'm Still Here
14. Black Noise