There are few things more worthy of anticipation than a new Terry Gilliam film

Posted July 9th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under Movies. 1 Comments

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First US trailer for Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem, finally hitting theaters on September 19th.

Far as i’m concerned, the people on this planet can be sorted into two categories: the ones who see the tagline “The Visionary Director of 12 Monkeys and/or Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas“, and give a little nod or smile of affirmation, and everyone else. I like to refer to that latter group as c.c.a.s (clean coal alternative.)

(Also, if Johnny Depp is just going to make movies nobody sees, going forward, it would be wonderful if he started working with Gilliam again. I’ve lit a good 2 or 3 prayer candles over the last decade in hopes of someday seeing The Man Who Killed Don Quixote completed.)


“Conrad or Adrian?”

Posted July 3rd, 2014 by Veidt & filed under cosplay. 4 Comments

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Yeah, the set that was supposed to be up Monday morning? Things obv didn’t quite work out (sorry), but it’ll be up for the holiday, tomorrow, along with some potentially big news regarding the site. Check back, it’s all worth the wait.

And by way of attempting to make amends for the delay,  there are two more vids up now in the bonus content (parts 4 and 5), from the never-ending shower saga. Still haven’t gotten to the best part of that particular nonsense, but there are much more recently shot videos i really do need to get out first.

Three and a half minutes of utter bliss

Posted July 1st, 2014 by Veidt & filed under TV Shows. Leave A Comment

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Youtube artist Tasteofreality combined two of my absolute favorite things, Hannibal and How to Destroy Angels, to create one of the best fan videos i’ve seen. While there are several excellent Hannibal videos set to The Space in Between, what sets this one apart is the heavy reliance on footage from season 2, including the finale.

Just went up a couple days ago, only has like 20 views, and deserves far more. Spoilers all over the place for season 2…if you haven’t watched that yet, definitely skip this. Seriously, don’t cheat yourself out of the greatest achievement in the history of the medium.

Tasteofreality also did this  season 1-centric video last June, proving nothing complements some staggeringly dark and beautiful visuals like Trent Reznor.

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Constantine pilot just hit the torrent sites

Posted June 30th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under TV Shows. Leave A Comment

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The one new DC comics-based series pilot that wasn’t scheduled to debut at SDCC just got very accessible. The first (and reportedly quite excellent) episode of Constantine started turning up on your favorite torrent sites today, following last week’s leak of The Flash‘s initial episode.

The important question is when will someone finally leak the Gotham pilot? Also, what’s John doing with a lighter, when you’re not allowed to show anyone smoking on network teevee?

If you’d prefer to wait, Constantine will officially debut on nbc Friday, October 24th at 10pm (the Hannibal timeslot!)

Ninth (and best) Doctor’s new series debuts tonight…

Posted June 29th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under TV Shows. 1 Comments

Christopher Eccleston The Leftovers

The Leftovers, a new series chronicling the aftermath of what’s (at least initially) believed to be The Rapture debuts tonight at 10, on HBO. The premise alone is enough to pique my interest, but casting Christopher Eccleston in a key role means i’m thoroughly and irrevocably in.

Over the last year,  between True Detective and Silicon Valley, I’ve had to overcome a long simmering resentment of HBO for cancelling the brilliant Carnivale. Know some are wary over Damon Lindelof’s involvement…i hated Star Trek: Into Darkness at least as much as anyone else, but the trailer for the pilot (below) alone is vastly more interesting and better executed than that entire film.

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New Kat and Marnie alt cosplay vixen pic sets up in the bonus content

Posted June 28th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under cosplay. Leave A Comment

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2 new alt cosplay sets up in the bonus content section. Kat in DOOOOOM! part 2, and Marnie in some stills taken before we shot a video of her doing ridiculous stuff on a rooftop. Both of these must have been on my desktop for some time, just found them in a folder, so here you go.

(And if you’re going to ask how to access the bonus content, we will have a way for you to do that soon. Like imminent. Watch the site for updates, and thank you for the interest.)

Also, there’s a much more recent set going up here on the main site, by monday morning. Like one of my favorites. Hope you’ll like it, too.

Q: On a scale of 1-10, how much Gondry do you want in your movie?

Posted June 26th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under Movies. Leave A Comment

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A: All. As much Gondry as you can possibly cram in there. Look in my eyes…i can take it.

Just saw this trailer for Michel Gondry’s new film, Mood Indigo. Looks utterly phenomenal, and contains the exact kind of signature surrealist shit i was hoping for/expecting when Gondry’s Green Hornet was announced (sadly, that didn’t really pan out, but it was still a pretty good movie.)

Drafthouse Films is giving Mood Indigo a limited release on July 18th…it’s available now via iTunes, but i’d rather wait to see it at the creepy old Nuart, where it will play from July 18th-24th (full list of other engagements here.)

New Veidt alt cosplay vixen pics: Marnie is violet and violent

Posted June 25th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under cosplay. 6 Comments

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Here’s new alt cosplay pics featuring Marnie in a set, the 26th to go up this year, inspired by DC’s shoot crossbow first/ask questions later vigilante the Huntress. Because Grant Morrison’s JLA might be my all-time favorite series, and Gail Simone’s classic Birds of Prey run probably isn’t too far behind.

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Think one or two of these might have been used in Post-Human Pin-Up. Maybe? Fuck if i know, i’m working on the Cinco ebook, 2 videos, and my third Monster of the day.

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Click through to see the rest of the pics. If you are under 18, or have any issues with nudity, these are not for you. Go away. Do not click through. You’re far better off going here, anyway (serio, there are maybe only five films this year that i liked more than this short piece by Famery-Gai: The Legend of Norman Osborn.)

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Gotham goes from promising to problematic (…not really.)

Posted June 24th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under TV Shows. Leave A Comment

Reader under the name Dupin (i got the reference without googling, btw…but only because it was mentioned in a Batman comic, once) emailed the following, “There’s a reason you probably liked the pairing of Catwoman and that particular mix of A Perfect Circle’s Counting Bodies Like Sheep, in the Gotham promo. It’s because you did the exact same thing in your Rockethub video, last year.”

Hrmm. Totally forgot about that. Interesting.

Robin was fucking around with the whip, shot some video thinking it could be turned into gifs, then we started coming up with dialogue that would be ridiculous coming out of Catwoman. That track just happened to be playing in the room, at the time…

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2 ways to look at this new, villain-centric trailer for Gotham

Posted June 19th, 2014 by Veidt & filed under TV Shows. 1 Comments

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On the one hand, coupling A Perfect Circle with new footage of Gotham‘s Oswald Cobblepot and Selina Kyle seems pretty inspired, and only compounds my desire to watch this thing as soon as humanly possible.

On the other, this exact track (Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums) was used in a trailer for Tim Story’s first Fantastic Four movie…

Maybe it’s a subtle way of announcing Harvey Dent’s presence in the series?