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|ELVES (full movie) |
|Run With Us|
And Hobo With a Shotgun! The end credits of that movie bothered the hell out of me until I figured out I must have seen The Raccoons on TV as a very, very young kid, back when the Disney Channel (IIRC) didn't have a lot of its own programming and ran a lot of the cheapest foreign animation they could find.
|France's far-right Front Nationale wins first round of regional elections|
"I postulate that the likelihood of a purveyor of an American murder's skin color being brown is significantly more probable compared to his skin color being white."
haha wow you're a fucking idiot
|The Devil Is an Englishman|
I did not! That's kind of awesome, actually
Seconding what other people have said- this production has nothing to do with the Nekojiru TV show, which is a little closer to the manga in tone.
Maybe add a Masaaki Yuasa tag? He was the animation lead and screenwriter for this, and that'll link to a bunch of his other work on poetv.
|How to Start A Cult|
Beat me to it. I'd been wondering where those samples came from...
|Ghost In the Shell- Chase Scene (720p)|
Look up "Pandora in the Crimson Shell: Ghost Urn." And then drink, and cry, and dump your computer in a tire fire
|How to pronounce Mxysptlk|
I haven't seen nearly enough DCAU stuff, but yeah, that was perfect. That, and all the stars I can possibly give for Mxyzptylk holding up a Roger Dean album cover to illustrate "yes"
|With Open Gates: The forced collective suicide of European nations|
one thousand million salted dicks
|Mr. Show - Lie Detector|
Really? Moral Orel (at least, post season 1) is kind of classic, and Frankenhole is definitely lesser but it has its moments and it's gorgeously animated. And Dino just finished animating a stop-motion movie for Charlie Kaufman (Anomalisa) that's getting great early reviews.
|The Great Die Off (He Mocks Us All)|
I love these guys. Saw them last year around Halloween- they played the whole show in hooded robes and capped it off by playing John Carpenter's Halloween theme. Fucking incredible.
|Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5|
The only game with a review embargo I remember not being a total shitshow was the first Prototype.
|Rick and Morty - An alien explains human culture|
I still miss the glory days of Dr. Spaceman, though :(
|Why Chess is a Bad Game|
Oh god. I went to a "gifted kids"-y thing at Duke for a few summers, and one year I somehow, by dint of crippling social anxiety, ended up stuck talking to a kid who was a) a magical chess wizard of some rank, and b) one of the biggest fucking creeps I've ever talked to. I wasn't really aware of the concept at the time, but in retrospect, he was obviously on the far side of Asperger's, and every talk with him would keep circling back to either Robert Heinlein or Mussolini.
Not even politics, or history, or military spergin', or the lowest kind of aesthetic engagement with fascism or whatever. Just a constant test of my ability to gently convey the idea that there is an upper bound on the number of times you can loudly say the name "Mussolini" in public before people start to stare.
It's especially impressive because as far as I can tell this is just some dude doing a video on spec- Lorn is on Ninja Tune, but this track is from a free odds and ends EP he put out last year, and the youtube channel it's on seems to be...just some guy.
|World of Tomorrow clip|
For anybody who missed the Kickstarter, btw:
They're taking numbers for a waitlist in case they can get more copies made.
|World of Tomorrow clip|
Kicking myself for not posting this during the Kickstarter drive tbh
|World of Tomorrow clip|
He's even been (what passes for) busy lately. I haven't seen this yet since it was only on pay-to-rent Vimeo, which I can't stream to my TV effectively, but he just kickstarted a blu-ray of this, the feature-length version of "It's Such a Beautiful Day," and various odds and ends.
|Title (It Follows)|
That's pretty much exactly what did it for me, yeah :) Under the Skin is fucking brilliant, and I honestly think better music than It Follows, much as I love Disasterpeace, but it's so far off from what I think of as "horror film music" (and the movie so far off from horror, maybe even from SF?) that I end up thinking about it like Kubrick's Penderecki and Bartok needle drops.
That said, one thing I love about Under the Skin: if you read interviews with Mica Levi, she talks about one of her major inspirations for the score being strip club music, and yeah, it's in there. That weird lopsided faintly arrhythmic hip-shaking thing in tracks like "Andrew Void."
|Sonic Dreams Collection|
This is from the same glorious monsters that made Room of 1000 Snakes: