Watch TV shows and movies on Hulu.com

In USA they have a streaming service called Hulu. You can watch a lot of TV shows and movies on Hulu.com. The only downside with this, is that you need a US IP-adress. But there is a way around that. You can download Hotspot Shield from AnchorFree.com (for free). Here’s a quote from that page:

Hotspot Shield creates a virtual private network (VPN) between your laptop or iPhone and our Internet gateway. This impenetrable tunnel prevents snoopers and hackers from viewing your email, instant messages, credit card information or anything else you send over the network. Hotspot Shield security application is free to download, employs the latest VPN technology, and is easy to install and use.

In addition to secure your connection, it also gives you a IP-adress from the US. So now you can watch TV shows like:

  • The Office
  • Family Guy
  • Bones
  • House
  • Heroes
  • Fringe
  • The Simpsons
  • 30 Rock
  • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
  • Death Note
  • Chuck
  • Naruto
  • Knight Rider
  • Prison Break
  • …and many more

And not to forget that you can watch feature lenght movies like:

  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • The Girl Next Door
  • The Fifth Element
  • American Virgin
  • Spy Game
  • Titan A.E.
  • Underworld: Evolution
  • Dude, Where’s My Car?
  • Bring It On
  • Men in Black
  • Requiem for a Dream
  • Liar, Liar
  • Ghostbusters
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • …and many more

It’s all free and legal. In each episode and movie there will be some commercial breaks, but that is ok as long as it’s free to watch. I can live with that.

Movie: Star Wars: The Clone Wars gets a Blu-ray release date

I never saw the animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars in the cinemas. The movie have now got a US release date. Blu-ray and DVD version will be out on November 8, 2008. SRP is $34.99 and you can probably pre-order it soon.

Thehdroom.com have listed the bonus content of the Blu-ray version:

  • Blu-ray Exclusive: A Creative Conversation video commentary with director Dave Filoni, Producer Catherine Winder, Writer Henry Gilroy and Editor Jason W.A. Tucker
  • The Clone Wars: The Untold Stories – Preview stories, vehicles, planets and battles of season one of the Clone Wars TV series
  • The Voices of The Clone Wars: Meet the voiceover actors and see them perform their craft (HD)
  • Gallery of Concept and Production Art (HD)
  • Webdocs: Six making-of featurettes, as seen on StarWars.com (HD)
  • Deleted Scenes: Cargo Bay, Platform Droid Fight, Rancor Pit and Through the Tanks
  • The New Score: Kevin Kiner leads a 90-piece orchestra to create the unique sound of The Clone Wars movie and series. (HD)
  • Theatrical and videogame trailers (HD)
  • Digital copy

Wii: WiiWare – Europe – Friday September 26

This week on Firday September 26, 2008 Europe got three new WiiWare games to download on Nintendo Wii. One of the games is the long avaited Mega Man 9. This is a brand new Mega Man games made with good old 8-bit graphics and sound. This game is also available on PS3 and will soon come to Xbox 360.

Helix
WiiWare – 26/09/2008 – Ghostfire Games – music rythm – 1 player – 1000 points – age 3+

Helix is one of the most innovative and fun music rythm games ever designed.

Use your upper body to perform fast-paced moves as you groove way to have fun while getting a good workput.

Be mesmerized by thebackground visuals, which pulse to the beat of the music!

Enjoy incredible replay value with 26 of the most amazing music tracks you’ve ever heard! With three difficulty levels there are 78 different levels in the game to play. Try to unlock all of the songs!

2 Wii Remotes are strongly recommended when playing this game!

Mega Man 9
WiiWare – 26/09/2008 – capcom – action platformer – 1 player – 1000 points – age 7+

Mega Man fans, your wait is over! The classic Blue Bomber that debuted in 1987 is back with the ninth installment in the classic series. It’s a new adventure for Mega Man all done in an 8-bit style – graphics, music and gameplay are all like you remember them!

Strong Bad Epsiode 2 – Strong Badia the Free
WiiWare – 26/09/2008 – Telltale Games – adventure – 1 player – 1000 points – age 12+

Strong Badia the Free is the second of five monthly episodes starring Strong Bad – the self-proclamed “coolest person ever” – and the rest of the cast from the popular Homestar Runner web cartoons.

When Strong Bad fails to obey the King of Town’s totally unfair email tax, he’s placed under house arrest. Once freed from his wrongful imprisonment, Strong Bad goes on a mission to untie the local warring factions under the Strong Badian flag. Is Free Country USA ready for such an awesome ruler?

Strong Bad episode 2: Strong Badia the Free also has the “Math Kickers featuring the Algebros” plus all new achievements, collectibles, costumes, and Teen Girl Squad comics. You can even use Strong Bad’s Lappy to send emails and pictures to your Wii friends! So what are you waiting for? Fire up Strong Badia the Free and get ready to kick some doughy King of the Town butt!

Xbox 360: Banjo-Kazooie hits XBLA on November 26, 2008

Banjo-Kazooie was origionaly a Nintendo 64 game made by Rare. It’s still a Rare property (Rare is again owned by Microsoft), so the old N64 classic will hit Xbox Live Arcade on November 26, 2008. It will be 1200 points. (Source: Gamerscoreblog.com)

You can also see a lot of screenshoots on Flickr.

Kombo.com posted a news about a leaked video of Banjo-Kazooie. The 9 minute footage can be seen in the Youtube video below.