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Happy Birthday, Trent Reznor!

All together now: UNF.


One of our favorites is turning 48, if you can believe it. Feels like just yesterday he was screaming “I want to f*** you like an animal.” My how time flies. Nine Inch Nails will return a little later this year, though the band just lost a bassist in Eric Avery, so even if Trent isn’t the angry dude he used to be, he can still rock with the best of them.

And, yes–that’s Marilyn Manson and Richard Patrick in this classic 1992 video, Gave Up.

If you missed seeing the band live the last time they were on tour, 2009, someone awesomely put together footage from the ‘Wave Goodbye Tour’ and you can watch the performances here. Let’s hope we get stuff as good as this, Happy Birthday Rez!

Happy 40th Birthday, Jason Statham!

Well, now! I gotta get THIS in before the night’s ovah! Look who turned 40, Sweetie Darlings!

Nice car, Bruv.

I don’t really feel like saying much other than Oi! ‘appy Buffday, Love, so I’ll do just that.


Yep. Even wiff the ciggie.

‘Allo, Love!

In all my times in the ER, I’ve never seen this.

Fine. I’ll stop!!

Really, though?  Happy Birthday from Dipped in Cream, Mr. Statham!

Happy 50th Birthday David Fincher!

Happy Birthday, you obessesive-compulsive hot piece of ass, you.


One of DiCs husbands (whom both DivaJulia and I agree on) is celebrating a birthday. Director David Fincher is turning the big 5-0 and I thought we’d highlight some of his impressive work.

Don’t play coy with US, Mr. Fincher. We’ve got your number…and it’s Dipped in Cream, isn’t it?

Known for being behind the camera for films like ‘Seven,’ Fight Club‘ and ‘The Social Network,’ which earned him a Golden Globe and Bafta for Best Director, he started out his career doing music videos.  His first was Jermane Stewart‘s “We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off” all the way back in 1986.

A couple of years later, David would work with Madonna for the first time with “Express Yourself,” inspired by Fritz Lang‘s 1927 silent epic ‘Metropolis.’

Who’s That FINCHER Girl?

The two would work together again for “Vogue” and “Oh Father.” I wonder if he would ever put her in one of his movies.

It seems 1990 was possibly his biggest video year ever, with “Vogue,” Aerosmith‘s “Janie’s Got A Gun, ” Billy Idol‘s “Cradle Of Love” and Don Henley‘s “End of the Innocence” dominating that year’s MTV Video Music Awards in nominations and wins. 

George Michael‘s “Freedom! ’90” featuring Cindy CrawfordNaomi Campbell and a number of other Supermodels was nominated for Best Direction, Cinematography and Editing at the 1991 VMAs.  Oh, yeah.

As the 90s went on and Fincher focused more on movies and commercials; he directed fewer videos, but there were some standout clips like The Rolling Stone‘s “Love Is Strong” featuring the band and some gigantic models stomping all over NYC. His last was Nine Inch Nails‘ “Only“, and of course he and Trent Reznor would later work together again when Finchy asked El Rez to score ‘The Social Network’ and ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.’


How about some Bonus Brad Pitt, because we all know Brad is David’s favorite!


Lest we forget, the epically creepy and dank opening and closing sequences in the brilliant film Se7en with Nine Inch Nails AND David Bowie.  This film is like a warm blanket on a cold night…that may just electrocute us if we’re not careful.  Oh, but the prickly fun of  it all…Closer Remixed and The Heart’s Filthy Lesson, respectively set the tone, and then leave us in a heap on the basement floor.  Begging. For. More.

Oh, and one more thing…

What’s in the BOX?