FWIW, the soundtrack's well worth picking up, if you like seriously heavy industrial synths: Amazon UK (£7.49), iTunes UK (£7.99); doesn't seem to've been released in the US yet.
The Belgian animated feature "Le Jour des Corneilles" (The Day of the Crows) looks like one to keep one's eyes out for, judging by the trailer, with animation somewhere between The Triplets of Belleville and Studio Ghibli in flavor.
Just a reminder: the rather spiffy culinary project to cook meals in the style of every UN member nation, United Noshes, is also available as an LJ RSS feed: unitednoshes. =:9
There's a dangerously cute leveret in the BBC Wildlife Magazine's short story on mountain hares in Scotland.
So, you're waiting for the lights to change, so you can cross the road.. how about a game of Pong while you wait?
Ever wondered how wretched, useless, and arrogant the TSA is? Here's a handy summary - and that's hardly comprehensive.
Could be fun.. the iTunes Festival this year wraps up with Madness on the 27th, and Muse on the 30th. ^_^ Applications are still open for free tickets for both (they run a drawing out of applications received), and like all the other concerts, they'll be streamed live. As in previous years, the venue is the Roundhouse, in London.
Keep the Lights On, a gay romance set over the course of several years, seems to be receiving good reviews, with a current metascore of 82.