Local Film company Redcap Productions specialise in music videos for local bands and have produced this mind blowing video from Pigstock 2011. An awesome compilation of clips from the best in local music, such as ASIWYFA, Mojo Fury, Farriers, The Bonnevilles, Gacy’s Threads, Kasper Rosa and many more rocking the various Pigstock stages set to ‘Easy Meat’ by LaFaro. If you are part of a local band who are looking a music video, these are the guys to call. Contact details below. Continue reading “Redcap Productions Presents: Pigstock 2011”
A few days ago I blogged about the upcoming Anchorman Porn Parody. Well it seems there are many more out there, all with trailers.
It seems nothing is sacred anymore as there are dirty parodies of The Flintstones, the Simpsons, Star Trek and many more.
So, without further ado, I give you a selection of trailers for these random Pornographic Piss Takes.
As if these guys don’t look enough like rejects from a porno flick it seems that some bright spark in the Jazz Film Industry has decided enough time has passed for a parody…a porn parody! Principal photography for Anchorman XXX has begun and one of the stars has posted some pics on twitter.
Brick will no doubt love more than lamp, Ron won’t just play with his Jazz Flute and I dread to think what Veronica Corningstone will have to do to make the newsdesk in this one. Let’s just hope Baxter doesn’t make an appearance.
Don’t worry folks, they’re nudity free but funny as hell… Continue reading “Anchorman Porn Parody in the Works”
Title: THE WAY BACK
Running time: 128 minutes
RRP (DVD): £19.99
RRP (Blu-ray): £24.99
Ratio: 2.35:1 (16×9)
Special features: ‘Making of’ featurette,Cast and crew interviews
Starring: Jim Sturgess, Ed Harris, Colin Farrell, Saoirse Ronan, Mark Strong.
Directed by Peter Weir
The story is told through the eyes of Polish prisoner Janusz (Sturgess) as he finds himself thrown into a Siberian Gulag on the testimony of his wife, obtained under torture by Stalin’s men. Sentenced to 20 years he is thrown into a world of turmoil and pain. A world where kindness can kill. Continue reading “The Way Back Review”
I love ’80s movies, they’re just awesome. Ghostbusters, Aliens, Ferris Bueller’s Day off, Weekend at Bernie’s, Back to the Future, Goonies and many many more.
However there is one strange feature of 80s movies that has often left me rather confused and perplexed. The necessary hottie in so many of these films is inevitably a munter. Even the female popstars of the day look like rejects from Labyrinth. Here are a few examples: Continue reading “The Ugly 80s”
We all know there are plenty of gay films out there (Brokeback Mountain, My Own Private Idaho, Rocky V) but it seems there are some that are still in the closet. I was watching Wall Street last night and I was quite disturbed to see a few homoerotic scenes between Bud Fox and Gordon Gecko and this got me wondering how many films have such unintentional(?) gay undertones.
After a (rather disturbing) bit of research here are the top five unintentionally homoerotic scenes in film in order of gayness: Continue reading “Hidden Homoereoticism: Top 5 Unintentionally Gay Movie Scenes”
On January 2rd 2011 our favourite plum mouthed action hero left his office as Governor of California after nearly eight years of bum slapping and slagging Boris Johnson. Many of us film buffs have wondered what was next for Arnie. Another Terminator film, a Twins sequel with amorphous monkey face Danny deVito or some hopeless comedy clone of the like of Junior?
Well true to his word he is back and it’s none of the above…..for Arnold Schwarzenneger is….. Continue reading “The Governator”
This years South by Southwest festival brought about a cultural revelation. It featured the debut of a Joe Nicolosi directed and produced short that takes Super Mario to a whole new level.
Recreating this well known story as an Indie flick was an inspiration and has led to this hilarious short film. Nicolosi has done for Mario what Christopher Nolan did for Batman. Continue reading “Super Mario Begins”
The new issue of my favourite magazine dropped through the door yesterday. I have been a faithful subscriber to Empire for years and look forward to it’s arrival. Not having time to read it right away I threw it in my bag and off to work I went. At some point during my shift I decided to drop the kids off at the pool so I lifted the magazine and off I went to see porcelain Pete. Thank God I was sitting there when I opened the magazine because I would definitely have shit myself for there it was, at … Continue reading Empire of the Son
In the world of global media the beauty of the short can often be overlooked. However in this day and age where the viral video rules and money is tight maybe these Short films are the future of home entertainment.
Most people think these films are just a few pretentious idiots with a camcorder but that is no longer the case as there are so many fantastic short films out there that should get the attention they deserve. I have selected this one to show you just how amazing they can be. Here is Blinky, a stunningly beautiful, touching and violently sinister short film from Ruairi Robinson. Continue reading “Blinky™”