The Seeker: the Dark Is Rising (Trailer)

The Seeker: the Dark Is Rising Based on the acclaimed novel by Susan Cooper, THE SEEKER: THE DARK IS RISING is the first film adaptation of the author’s acclaimed The Dark is Rising Sequence. The film tells the story of Will Stanton, a young man who learns he is the last of a group of warriors who have dedicated their lives to fighting the forces of the Dark. Traveling back and forth through time, Will discovers a series of clues which lead him into a showdown with the forces of unimaginable power. With The Dark rising, the future of the world rests in Will’s hands. (Source)

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Changed Servers

I’ve moved the blog over from DreamHost (krunk4ever.com) to 1&1 (hd-trailers.net). The migration actually wasn’t that bad. I don’t have shell (SSH) access on 1&1, so I was expecting it to take more time. I’m actually thinking about dropping DreamHost altogether and switching completely over to 1&1 and upgrade to a plan that does have shell access. I’m starting to get sick of hitting DreamHost’s CPU and memory caps.

Moving WordPress provided some guidance, but basically what I needed to do was copy over the WordPress files, copy over the database, fix up the configuration file, cross my fingers and hope everything works. It happened almost quite like that.

Instead of copying over files, I decided to switch over to the newest version of WordPress. Once again, I wished I had shell access, so a quick wget and tar -zxvf would’ve done everything for me, but instead I had to download the zip file, extract it, and upload each file separately, which took 10x as long. I copied over the wp-content data from my old site for the theme and attachments. I also modified the wp-config.php with the new database info.

Both servers had phpMyAdmin, so copying the database over was pretty simple. Creating a new database on 1&1 was rather surprisingly instantaneous. DreamHost usually took a few minutes. I exported the SQL from the old database and injected into the new one. Happened smoothly with no problems along the way.

Then came the part of crossing fingers and launching my site. It worked, but all links were redirected to my old site. I went into the admin control panel and updated the base URL for this blog. I also had to update the theme I was using since it defaulted to the classic one.

Browsing around, I noticed my attachments were still pointing to the old address. That was easily fixed, however I also had to go in and modify the GUID of the attachments in the database which were still pointing to the old blog.

Afterwards, the final thing was to update the .htaccess of the old location to redirect traffic to this site.

I did modify the theme a bit as well as the main page so the blog and the main HD-Trailers.net page would link to each other. That didn’t take too much work either.

The Orphanage (Teaser)

The Orphanage Laura spent the happiest years of her childhood growing up in an orphanage by the seaside, cared for by the staff and fellow orphans whom she loved as brothers and sisters. Now, thirty years later, she returns with her husband Carlos and Simon, their 7-year-old son, with a dream of restoring and reopening the long abandoned orphanage as a home for disabled children. The new home and mysterious surroundings awaken Simon’s imagination and the boy starts to spin a web of fantastic tales and not-so-innocent games. As the opening day draws near, tension builds within the family. Carlos remains skeptical, believing that Simon is making everything up in a desperate bid for attention. But Laura slowly becomes convinced that something long-hidden and terrible is lurking in the old house, something waiting to emerge and inflict appalling damage on her family. (Source)

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Things We Lost In the Fire (Trailer 1)

Things We Lost In the Fire Academy Award-winners Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro star in “Things We Lost in the Fire,” a compelling drama about two people brought together by fate. Audrey Burke’s (Berry) life has been shattered by the sudden death of her husband. In grief, she turns to one of his life-long friends, Jerry Sunborne (Del Toro), a former lawyer who is on a serious downward spiral. Together, they work to repair their lives. Produced by Oscar-winner Sam Mendes and Sam Mercer and helmed by acclaimed Oscar(r)-nominated Danish director Susanne Bier. (Source)

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