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Thursday, January 31, 2008

DeVotchKa


Or is it DeVothcKa?
I've featured DeVotchka on here before.
But I just stumbled onto some live stuff from a concert in Madrid, Spain earlier this month. Cell phone cameras were obviously in abundance.
They appear to be having a new web site coming in March.
Could this mean there will be a new album? I sincerely hope so.



DeVotchka - The Enemy Guns
Concert of Devotchka at the "Room of the Sun" in Madrid on January 9th 2008.
The video begins with the subject "Twenty-Six Temptations" and continues with "The Enemy Guns"



DeVotchKa - We're Leaving

From the same concert in the "Room of the Sun".



There are a couple more short clips here and here.

Underground Thriller


I don't know if this was the morning or evening commute, but as you can see many of the staid Londoners were unimpressed by a break out of the Thriller Video dance by a group on the London Underground. Some didn't even look up from their newspapers.
Whatever pranks we got up to as teenagers on the tube, most of the commuters would always ignore us, seems things don't change.
I wonder which line it was?



Maybe they were auditioning for the Michael Jackson remake of Thriller, as reported by sources in Canada, England, Australia and Arizona.

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Danger Danger Grant Robinson

I'm sure some of these montages could be very NSFW. But when done on a clean wholesome site like mine then they are generally benign, if you ignore the Dubyah shots. Grant Robinson has developed this interesting software.
Montage-a-google is a simple web-based app that uses Google's image search to generate a large gridded montage of images based on keywords (search terms) entered by the user. Not only an interesting way of browsing the net, it can also be used to create desktop pictures or even posters.

I tried it based on this web site and here is the result below. Try it with your favorite web sites, or personalities.


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In Bruges


"In Bruges" was filmed on location; Bruges (pronounced "broozh"), the most well-preserved medieval city in the whole of Belgium, is a welcoming destination for travellers from all over the world. But for hit men Ray (Colin Farrell) and Ken (Brendan Gleeson), it could be their final destination; a difficult job has resulted in the pair being ordered right before Christmas by their London boss Harry (two-time Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes) to go and cool their heels in the storybook Flemish city for a couple of weeks.
Very much out of place amidst the gothic architecture, canals, and cobbled streets, the two hit men fill their days living the lives of tourists. Ray, still haunted by the bloodshed in London, hates the place, while Ken, even as he keeps a fatherly eye on Ray's often profanely funny exploits, finds his mind and soul being expanded by the beauty and serenity of the city.

Directed by Martin McDonagh this looks like it could be the British Gangster movie of 2008!

Warning, if adult language upsets you, do not watch this.


Strip Club of the future



So this is what happened to number five.
Follow that link for an alternate version.

He's a drummer at a strip-club.

Check out the pole dancers.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Carlsberg Sports Drink


I didn't know Carlsberg was into making sports drinks.
My personal Carlsberg favorite would have to be Elephant Beer.
It's just as well they stuck to squirrels here and didn't try it on elephants.

Grace Jones




Some dismiss her as a blip on the radar. But I think for the disco period she was a talented, if scary, performer. Grace Jones was known for many controversies, among them.
In 1981, Jones slapped chat show host Russell Harty across the face live on air after he turned to interview other guests. This topped a 2006 BBC poll of the most shocking TV chat show moments. Russell Harty was a bit of a drip as an interviewer, he was also soundly embarrassed by Bette Midler and The Who.

She was featured in the September 1987 issue of Playboy magazine with Dolph Lundgren. In September 1998, Jones was banned from all Disney properties worldwide after baring her breasts in a concert at Walt Disney World. Ahead of her time a Janet.

In April 2005, Jones was accused of verbally abusing a Eurostar train manager in a quarrel over a ticket upgrade and was either escorted off the train or left of her own accord, later saying she was mistreated.

La Vie En Rose


I've seen that face before...



And finally my personal favorite......
Private Life and Jamaican Guy

Falco - Verdammt wir leben noch


"Falco - Verdammt wir leben noch" deals with the life, work and tragic death of Johann "Falco" Hölzel (Manuel Rubey). The biopic is portraying his work through his early days, as member of the Viennese band "Drahdiwaberl" and later with his own hits as solo artist, like "Der Kommissar", "Wiener Blut" and his worldwide smash-hit "Rock Me Amadeus".
"The best singer out of Austria", yep just above ??? uhh! Ok, if you say so.

To quote The Playlist Johnny Cash is to America, what Falco is to Austria. At least judging by the trailer for Falco: Verdammt, Wir Leben Noch!" (which roughly translates as: 'More Delicious Strudel!' or 'Condemned, We Live Still,' take your pick) the new biopic about the life of the queeny Austrian synthmeister.
The movie will be released this year, February in Austria and maybe July in USA..
The movie also stars Grace Jones.

Google Maps - The Movie



Who knew you could make Google maps into a stalker movie?

Awesome. Kudos to thevacationeers!

Be careful what you do with street view.


Monday, January 28, 2008

Bullitt - The Car Chase



The ultimate movie car chase scene from Bullitt.
Bullitt was made in 1968.

Starring Mr Cool himself, Steve McQueen and a 1968 Ford Mustang G.T.390 Fastback
chasing a 1968 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Magnum.
As well as Steve it starred Robert Vaughn and Jacqueline Bisset, with a soundtrack by Lalo Schifrin.

Chasing through the ultimate in city streets, San Francisco.


Albums that don't exist


Try it and see what you come up with. This site has all the instructions, very easy. And fun to try. What you get is a random artist, random album title and random cover.

Hitchhiker


A short animation by Simon Reeves.
A little bit tragedy a little bit humor.
Nice use of the Harry Lime Theme.


The Model of a Psychopharmacologist


Stephen M Stahl, MD, PhD, of Neurosciences Education Institute singing in prose lyrical about psychopharmacology.
Music by Gilbert & Sullivan. Lyrics by who is obviously ADHD.
According to Wikipedia, Psychopharmacology is the study of drug-induced changes in mood, sensation, thinking, and behavior.
Maybe some imbibing went on while recording? Otherwise how would you finish it. Very clever, very funny video.


Friday, January 25, 2008

Two very cool ladies



Elkie Brooks and Nina Simone, two very cool ladies perfoming some of their classic songs.

One from each side of the pond.





Elkie Brooks - Lilac Wine


Nina Simone - Ain't Got No...I've Got Life


Elkie Brooks - Pearl's a Singer


Nina Simone - Love me or Leave me

Changes


It strikes me that Huge Matkin must be one hellava talented person, with too much time on his hands.
Or else he has really mad skills and does this stuff in his sleep.
Here is an awesome mashup of a load of politicians and David Bowie doing Changes.

I thought it used to be called flip flopping!!


Thursday, January 24, 2008

Fats Waller



Here's Fats Waller with some of his best songs.
Some great soundies for your enjoyment.

It's really hard for me to comprehend that he died the year I was born, it seems I have always known his music. And always found it so alive, even today.

Did he ever have a way with words!
Some classic one liners added to music.

your peddle extremies are colossal !!!! classic
one never knows, do one



Your feet's too big


Aint Misbehavin' The song that the amazing Broadway and touring show was named for.


This Joint is Jump'in

Warren Zevon - Anniversary of his Birth


Happy Birthday Warren.

Wikipedia says about him.............
Warren William Zevon (January 24, 1947 – September 7, 2003) was a Grammy Award winning American rock and roll musician and songwriter. He was noted for his offbeat, sardonic view of life which was reflected in his dark, sometimes humorous songs, which often incorporated political or historical themes.

I love his sardonic wit, and the fact that he never wrote "Moon in June" lyrics. Every one of his tunes was a new story, an adventure.
So I went looking for some of his performances. These three are all from his 1978 album "Excitable Boy".
Not purely coincidence, as much as I love his other albums this was always a favorite.
The performances come from Letterman, a BBC show and a concert, but I don't have any details as to where or when.

First lets hear my personal all time favorite.

Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner



Lawyers, Guns and Money




Excitable Boy


Lindy Hop


"So you think you can dance", "Dancing with the stars", "Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann", Britney, Christine, Justin, all the boy bands, Jacko, FUGHEDDABOUTIT!! This is what dancing is all about.

Whitey's Lindy Hoppers excerpt from "Hellzapoppin" (1941) featuring Frankie Manning (in the Mechanic's Dungarees).



And just in case you can't handle something that is 67 years old, they are still trying to achieve that same standard down under. I guess they try every year, but this is the 2007 Australian Hellzapoppin competition.



As far as I can find out the there is no DVD version of the movie available in the USA at this date. Why not? As well as the music and dancing this was a pretty funny movie.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Kate Nash


Another female musical talent from the UK.
Kate Nash is a singer songwriter from Harrow, North London.
Wikipedia says.......
She has been compared to Lily Allen because of their storytelling lyrics and the dry sense of humour which fuels their songs, as well as distinctive working class London accents.

So check out some of her songs.

Foundations - 5-25-2007 on Jools Holland TV Show


Mouthwash - Official Music Video


Dickhead - 1-14-2008, Troubadour, L.A.

Music and Mirth


There is not enough strangeness in the world today, so we must add some.
Nice to hear Stanley Unwin again.

Wubble-U were a dance music act of the mid 1990s that were signed to BMG's 'indie' label Indolent. They comprised of Laurant Webb, Justin Bailey, Dave Pine and Dave Coker. Groove!

Wubble U - Petal 7



Here is Stanley Unwin in a more expected format, an old commercial for a word processor.
Studionists of Unwinese rejoico! Professor Unwin his selfwise here apparates in advertibold for Amstrad Wordyprocessor from around 1987 or sidly-so. Features many fantalistic wordings from the worldidode's grotelodiest linguabold. Deep joy!



And then there is this classic piece from a "Carry on" film.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Leonard Cohen to tour in 2008


Five different sources cannot be wrong, can they? Oh say it is true.
Leonard Cohen is to tour Canada, the USA and Europe in 2008.
Surely this must also be a sign that there will be a new album!
I just hope and pray he visits San Francisco.
Anyway you can check out Gigwise, Pollstar, Ents24, Leonard Cohen dot com and BlogCritics to find out more.

And of course there cannot be a Leonard Cohen post without the music.

In My Secret Life - Leonard Cohen
Regarding this video, Leonard Cohen gave the director full creative control as any talented musician would. The very talented director was of course B.Farrell and the film editor was Floria.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Duffy


What is it about the British Isles? They seem to be putting forth a continuous stream of female singers, and they can pretty much all sing.
This young lady, Duffy, is from Wales. Her official web site is promised "soon".
Anyhow give her a listen, see what you think.

Duffy - Mercy


Duffy - Rockferry
Video's replaced 3/4/2012 for the usual reasons.

Amy Winehouse - Love Is A Losing Game


Such a great voice, let us hope she stops self destructing and returns to give us more albums.

Last month was the premiere of Amy's latest video.
Single released December 10th 2007.
(C) 2007 Universal Island Records Ltd. A Universal Music Company.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

The Internet Party


What Happens When Google's Parents Leave Town for the Weekend?
Why the whole gang gets together for an internet party.

There is so much lol and stuff going on.

I have never seen so much name dropping at one place.


Friday, January 18, 2008

Friday is blues day


Friday is blues day again, some blues to tide you over the weekend.

I would have loved to have seen this concert, the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen what an awesome place.

Muddy Waters, guitar, vocals
Otis Spann, piano, vocals
James "Pee Wee" Madison, guitar
Paul Oscher, harmonica
Lawrence "Lil' Sonny" Wimberly, bass
Luther "Georgia Boy" Johnson, guitar
S.P. Leary, drums
Tivoli Koncertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark, 10-27-68
Producer: Sten Bramsen


Muddy Waters- Long Distance Call, 1968




Here we go back a few more years to 1960 at the Newport Folk Festival

Muddy Waters - Rollin' Stone, 1960

Thursday, January 17, 2008

10,000 B.C. - Teaser


Mammoths, Sabre Toothed Tigers, Omar Sharif, oh my all sorts of prehistoric goodness. Sounds like some good fun.

Wikipedia says 10,000 BC is a 2008 American prehistoric film directed by Roland Emmerich and starring Camilla Belle and Steven Strait. The film is slated for a March 7, 2008 release, which is presented as 03.07.08 AD in promotional material.
Plot synopsis: As a member of a primitive tribe during the dawn of man, 21-year-old mammoth hunter D'Leh (Steven Strait) travels through unknown lands on a quest to rescue his people from extinction. D'Leh, leading an army, uncovers a lost civilization while in pursuit of a warlord who kidnapped his love, Evolet (Camilla Belle). D'Leh and his army encounter saber-toothed cats, mammoths and other prehistoric creatures in the journey to save his tribe.

Simon's Brother


Here he is, this years William Hung, although I hate to say that since he can sing a lot better than Mr Hung. Last night they unleashed Renaldo Lapuz on the unsuspecting public. You will be singing this all day. All together now......... We're Brothers Forever, etc etc



btw: I thought Paula was supposed to be a dancer!!

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Doomsday - The Trailer


Bob Hoskins, Malcolm McDowell and Rhona Mitra are among the stars of this movie. It looks like Mad Max has to Escape from New York to get at the Blade runner. (All done by a female).
Great Britain, 2008. A deadly plague, known as the "Reaper Virus," has broken out, killing hundreds of thousands in its wake. In desperation, the British Government evacuates as many survivors as it can out of the infected area, and then builds a wall, preventing the remainder from escaping. Thirty years later, with the wall still up and the victims all but forgotten, the virus breaks out again. The Government decides to send a crack team of operatives, led by Major Eden Sinclair, into the hot zone to investigate the possibility of a cure.

Careful where you commentate from


OK, I'l translate since your knowledge of foreign languages may be a bit rusty.
First up he announces "It's the start of the third race here at The Hillside Downs".
Then "They're off".
And finally, "Here comes 'Nancys Chaser' leading by a length, followed by 'Where the hell did that come from'"

Richard Hammond presents Bloody Omaha


Having survived his 288 mph crash, now he wants to re-create the bloody Omaha Beach battle of D-Day with three guys. aka: Saving Private Ryan, where they used 10,000 extras.
Is there any end to the talent of the Top Gear guys?
How 3 graphic designers created D-Day on a shoe string budget for the TIMEWATCH program "Bloody Omaha"...
Keep an eye out for TIMEWATCH: BLOODY OMAHA on the Smithsonian Channel coming soon smithsonianchannel.com

The Bush Special Camera

Here is a the Bush, Cheney special camera. To be used every time there is a rumbling in the populace, when their ratings go down a few points, when the Democrats get a bit testy.



But check out the reality here.

Scientology Censorship


It seems they are blocking videos faster than I can link to them. See below for two blocked ones, now I wait half an hour before posting and it seems none of them remain.
If it was such a straight forward religion, and Tom Cruise made a TV interview to explain the theology of it all, why are they in such a hurry to censor or block it?
So I thought I might try this one which is another explanation of the cult.



In case you never got to the bottom of the previous post, here is Tom in all his crazy brain washed self on Gawker.
What I can't understand is how a sci-fi writer became the titular head of a "church".
If you check out his "bio" in NNDB [tracking the entire world] you will find the following facts:
Died in utter seclusion, in a motorhome parked near Creston, CA. According to the coroner's notes, his corpse had "long, unkempt" fingernails and 10 needle marks on his right buttock. Suspiciously, Hubbard had drafted his Last Will and Testament just one day prior to his sudden death.
Occupation: Religion, Author, Paranormal Sham
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Cremated, Dumped into the Pacific Ocean (so no shrine)

LATE ADDITION: 01-17-2008 See how Tom Cruise saved the firemen after 911, personally got Paxil banned on his own and admire his moving toast to LRH.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Crazy? Your call

Who knew? Tom Cruise is not just an actor, he's an explainer of the cult of Scientology.
And boy does he do some 'splaining. But then it has to be difficult to explain a "religion" based upon the musings of a science fiction writer.
Personaly I'd sooner grok at the feet of Robert Heinlein. That would make much more sense.



OK, so they censored that one!!! Oh well, let's try this enhanced version.......


Got that one too, they are thorough. What do they have to hide? Oh well go visit Gawker, they have it and it is worth seeing just to understand why they want it suppressed.

Banned from the Buffet


While the writers are on strike the late night talk show guys are on their own.
In my humble opinion I don't think Jimmy Kimmel has ever been so funny.
If you are not familiar with the story, it is for real. They are not two actors, they are two guys from Houma, Louisiana. This is the real deal.

What is


Am I an Uber-geek?
What is an Uber-Geek?
If you take this quiz, and only half understand it, and only answer in half truths you can come up with an Uber-Geek score like this.
In reality some of the questions almost applied.




I got 62%, but it doesn't exist anymore.  So you can't go there anymore.
It was removed and the site appears to have been bought by somebody else.
No link provided since they seem to object to it.
No harm no foul.
But we need something here, so let's have an old favorite.


The Cat with Hands


This is a truly creepy little short.

Last night as I slumbered I had a strange dream,
One that seemed to bring distant friends near.
I dreamt of the faces of people I loved,
And I awoke with an 'eart full of cheer.




Director: Robert Morgan
Writer: Robert Morgan

Awards:
-New Director Award: Soho Rushes Short Film Festival, London 2001
-Prix de Lyceens: Cinnesonne Festival, France 2002
-Audience Award: London Science-Fiction Festival 2002
-Onda Curta Award, Fantasporto Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, Portugal 2002
-2nd Prize for Best Film Under 5 mins: World Animation Celebration, Los Angeles, 2001
-Best of Session, Melbourne International Animation Festival, Australia 2003

Screened at:
Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival
Annecy International Animation Festival
San Fransisco International Film Festival
Telluride International Film Festival
Rotterdam International Film Festival

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Monday, January 14, 2008

Don't worry, be happy


As a long time Patriots fan I am loving this sort of stuff.
Gotta feel sorry for the QB, but dude your worse than Tom for making up your mind on the ladies. But you can't be all bad when your wide receiver cries for you.
I have a feeling that Eli and co will be going straight from the frozen tundra of Green Bay to vacation land, maybe they'll see Tony and Jessica back in Cabo.



Looks like Ryan Parker has a bunch more sporting songs on you tube. Gotta check some of them out.

btw: here's the aforementioned wide receiver.

How To Stop Telemarketers Calling


This is a truly helpful video on how to stop those idiots calling and bugging you. I have been on the don't call list for a few years and it does truly reduce the number of calls I receive.
Only problem is that anyone you currently do business with is exempted, and "charities" are exempted.
Another way is to say, "Could you hang on a second?", put the phone down and fugheddaboutit for a while.


VideoJug: How To Stop Telemarketers Calling

Sunday, January 13, 2008

1 through 100


People in Order's Age is part of a series of short films that assembles the people of Britain in a given order. In just 3 minutes, we meet 100 different people who are arranged according to their age, starting from age 1.
People in Order by Lenka Clayton and James Price.

This is really well done, must have taken an awful lot of patience.

Among other things it adds new meaning to little drummer boy.





This film is part of www.portablefilmfestival.com

Friday, January 11, 2008

Muse - Knights of Cydonia


OK, obviously I am getting older and starting to miss out on some bands. But how did this one slip by? I love over the top bands like Queen and The Darkness and these guys would appear to fit into that realm. But that is just based on this one video. They have been around since 1997 but have not done too much here in the States as far as I can see. Who knows maybe that will change.

Wikipedia says: Muse are an English rock band formed in Teignmouth, Devon, in 1997, comprising Matthew Bellamy (lead vocals, guitar and keyboards), Chris Wolstenholme (bass guitar, keyboards and vocals) and Dominic Howard (drums and percussion). The band blend alternative rock, progressive rock, classical music, electronica, and heavy metal, to help form the new sub-genre of new prog.
Not sure what "new prog" is, unless it is an extension of "prog".
Anyway, enjoy some music for the weekend.


Vanessa Mae - redux


We started the week with Vanessa Mae, so why not end it with her also.
Here is the couple of times she teamed up with The Scorpions.
The first from a live concert, and the second from what would appear to be a German TV show.


I hope you enjoy them.

Scorpions and Vanessa Mae- live Taratata - I'm still loving you





Scorpions and Vanessa Mae - Holiday


We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynn


For the Friday musical spot I thought I might get a bit sentimental this week.
For everybody who was around during and just after World War II this song will resonate.
Wikipedia has this to say: Dame Vera Lynn DBE (born 20 March 1917) is a popular English vocalist whose career flourished during World War II, when she was nicknamed "The Forces' Sweetheart". Among her numerous popular songs are: "We'll Meet Again"; and "The White Cliffs of Dover". She was considered one of the major entertainers during World War II.
I know I heard the song a lot when I was growing up and my playing fields were the bombed out lots of the East End of London. When I hear the song now it brings back many memories.

Klingon's in the White House


Literally or metaphorically ? Depends how you spell Klingon (or Cling on).

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Shaft



Did you know there was another version of Shaft, other than the Isaac Hayes soundtrack version?

If you have never heard it, this one is totally awesome.

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain's rendition of that classic Isaac Hayes movie theme from 'Shaft' played live at Cambridge Folk Festival.




Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain - Shaft


In case you were born in the 70's or later, and only know Isaac Hayes as Chef or have never seen the original, not the 2000 re-hash mess.
Here is a complete slo-mo video clip of Isaac Hayes conducting the Theme from Shaft, which won an Oscar for best song.

Isaac Hayes - Shaft 1971 Soundtrack


And if you are in the mood for another number from the UK here is another storming number, or rather a selection of storming numbers all sung at once,
from the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain live dvd - Anarchy in the Ukulele

Ukulele Orchestra of GB - Fly Me of the Handel

The Steve Gibbons Band


I was listening to some tracks by The Steve Gibbons band this morning, ended up there via some Doors and it occurred to me you might like to see something from this great band. Steve has been around forever, in loads of bands, but The Steve Gibbons band for me in the late 70's were the epitome of Rock n Roll. Great straight back music. You can't keep your feet still. All with a little humor. So here goes, enjoy these two songs.
I'm glad I searched out the CD's and MP3's to replace my vinyl of this band.


No spitting on the bus
Live from BBC show Revolver 1978




Tulane
Also from the 70's on UK Gold on Brit TV.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Elvis Presley's Birthday


Happy Birthday Elvis, born this day January 8th in 1935 in a two room home in Tupelo Mississippi. He went a long way.



Here are four of his songs from four of his best movies all done before he entered the army. When he returned the Colonel dragged him into a never ending stream of mediocre movies. Just enjoy these clips from his good stuff.










Poor Boy
From the movie Love me Tender, 1956

Updated 1-5-2012 the usual reasons


Lonesome Cowboy

From the movie Loving You, 1957


Jailhouse Rock

From the movie Jailhouse Rock, 1957


Trouble
From the movie King Creole, 1958

Updated 1-5-2012 for the usual reasons

Monday, January 7, 2008

Vanessa Mae


For some reason I was in the mood for some Vanessa Mae music today, went to You Tube and there was so many I had a problem making up my mind. So I used a bunch.

I have always liked the violin, I even had aspirations as a kid. I started violin lessons in school, using a "school violin". That meant the school owned it not me.
Which may explain why I didn't last too long in the violin lessons. You have to remember the timing was not good. It was in the late 50's Rock n' Roll was just breaking out and skiffle was all the rage. Here's my question, did you know you can tune a violin to sound exactly like a banjo? Neither did I, but one of the other kids found that out. And so we had to try it didn't we? So there we were the two of us, banging out "Don't you rock me daddy-oh" on two violins sounding like two banjos, and of course you know the rest, the music master walked into the class. And that was the end of my violin classes.

Anyway back to a real violin player. Enjoy.

Vanessa Mae - Toccata and Fugue



Vanessa Mae - Red Hot



Vanessa Mae - Storm



Vanessa Mae - Deep South



Vanessa Mae - The Devil's Trill

Goldfrapp - Lovely Head -Live - Canal+


I'm sure this has been around for a while, but I had never seen
a live performance by Goldfrapp.
I was always under the opinion that since they were an "electronic"
group it was all in the production.

But I have to take that back now, Allison truly does have a wonderful voice.



People are Strange


In case you have never noticed, people are strange.
Dark Roasted Blend as always has the best pictures, here it has a series of The best faces of 2007.
Not sure what the definition of best is, but there are certainly some strange ones there.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Star Wars: The Emperor's New Clones


Well made funny parody Star Wars spoof. This is the second full length trailer. Reposted for AppleTV and iPhone. Made by Indie film producers Backyard Productions in the UK.

The full length film can be downloaded via Bittorrent: (http://www.backyardproductions.co.uk/tenclofilm.torrent)