The Los Angeles Times has an interview with Margaret Sixel, editor of Mad Max: Fury Road. “I wanted every single shot to progress the story. I don’t like repetition. And I think we applied that rule religiously throughout the film….I watched a film last night and they kept cutting back again and again and the expression on the actor’s face was exactly the same. I felt like, ‘You’ve used the shot three times already!’ That’s what I don’t like. There’d better be some progress.”
Christopher Lee has released a promotional video for his latest album, Darkest Carols, Faithful Sing. You should probably watch everything at Charlemagne Productions.
We have been bereft since GWAR lost Oderus Ungerus. But lift up your heads and rejoice, fans of GWAR, there is a new member. She is Vulvatron! (via @saladinahmed)
GWAR lead singer Dave Brockie has died. Rolling Stone, LA Weekly, and NPR have obituaries. Metal Insider has an excerpt from No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes about one GWAR’s performances at Grey Gardens. Friend of the Gutter, Robert Mitchell interviewed Brockie in 2008. Oderus Urungus reads Goodnight, Moon.
The Black Girl Nerds Podcast discusses Black girls and women in the Heavy Metal industry with author and journalist Laina Dawes and Ursula “She-Wolf” Parson from Hear Evil News.
Kill List director and suspected Pirate Captain Ben Wheatley has been secretly making commercial videos for years. Siân Elizabeth-Anne just happens to have gathered all Wheatley’s booty in one place, The Vanguard programme blog. Or most of it. Meanwhile, at the Midnight Madness blog, Chad Eberle has collected evidence of Rob Zombie’s secret life as […]
“I used a descending chromatic scale throughout the score,” explains Marc Wilkinson, who was director of music at the National Theatre when Haggard approached him to write the score for Blood On Satan’s Claw. “To make it scary, I omitted the perfect fifth, which is the one true consonant in the chromatic scale, and highlighted […]
Comic Book Resources has a preview of Archie Meets KISS, another creative comic from Archie, which recently announced Kevin Keller’s wedding to Clay Walker and published an ambitious parallel timeline story where Archie was married to Betty in one life and Veronica in another. For their part, KISS has been in comic storylines since the […]
Nice gallery of Krampus pictures as well as a little history about Krampus.
Christopher Lee conquers Symphonic Metal. Survey his Holy Metal Empire with two promos for Charlemagne, a message from Christopher Lee about the project and some track teasers.
Christopher Lee is Metal. “I have been metal for many years,” he says in a review of his new CD, Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross.
Spock forgot the safe word.
It’s been just over a year since I became a partner in the Mayfair Theatre, Ottawa’s oldest operating cinema. We’ve shown a lot of films in that time (we average about 40 a month), and I’ve written the synopsis for almost every one.
Let J.G. Thirlwell’s Venture Bros. soundtrack bore into your skull until your every mundane mouse tap is explosions, necromancy and two-way wrist radios. Make your life more brutal than you’ve ever imagined with Dethklok.
In 1977, the most powerful band on earth was KISS with their pyrotechnics, monster boots and the largest army a band had ever fielded, the KISS Army, fully prepared to rock and roll all nite, party every day and read comics in between. Marvel had their ever-lovin’ fingers on the pulse of the youth and […]
Go to Detroit Metal City! Or at least go to the creditless opening for the anime series… and maybe the trailer for the same series.
Latex Metal menace and 2006 Eurovision song contest winner Lordi talk KISS and costumes with Artisan News Service. (Mr. Lordi was held up in traffic). Here’s Lordi at Eurovision.
We live in a time of film adaptations of comic books massive and tiny, from Iron Man and The Dark Knight to Wanted and The Surrogates. But I don’t need to see any more. I have seen Detroit Metal City and it is a testament to awesomeness.
The 2008 Midnight Madness films have been announced. If you’re in Toronto then, you’ll have a chance to see movies like Chocolate, Detroit Metal City, JCVD and The Burrowers (no trailer) on the big screen. I’ma be there.