Sweet! Can't wait for that Kayo Dot release!
Digging: Bill Laswell, David Chaim Smith and John Zorn - The Dream Membrane
Want to see this movie, whens it coming out
Oh nvm a streaming link is available
This sounds awesome, just a bit dissapointing that they just keep saying 'short' film. It's much more rewarding to watch something that's really fleshed out and complete.
Why would a short film not be as fleshed out and complete as a long one? They're usually a lot better and more to the
point than 3 hour long epics as well as being less costly or scattered. Think of them as the cinematographic equivalent of
On a sidenote this flick looks really good
I wasn't saying it needs to be a 3 hour epic, overly long films can be very boring, alot of Space Odyssey puts me to sleep. It takes the spaceship like 5 minutes to land in the one scene just so Thus Zarathustra can play along side it. I just hope it turns out good enough to be something that's rewatchable.
Space Odyssey is one of my favorite films, so ouch but I get how some people don't like it. I was thinking more about Inland Empire (It's interesting like most of Lynch's stuff but fuck does it need patience).
Well they showed a few images in the trailer and they looked neat. Did they say when it was coming out?
No I really like Space Odyssey, but a few parts like that towards the beginning can be difficult to sit through because they are so long. The whole movie overall is fantastic. I was unable to find a release date for this though. The soundtrack is 20 minutes so hopefully the film will be a bit longer than that.
Cool, love me some sci-fi
Hello, I am the writer and director of The Pod. I'm stoked to hear the few of you are excited about the soundtrack / film. Toby and I really have not done much with the cassettes (even a year after the film was completed). But I have a webstore set up with The Pod merchandise, including the cassettes. Here is the link if any of you are interested in picking one up.
link to watch the film: http://ericpennycoff.com/rot-your-brain.html
thanks for your interest (if this comment should reach any of you a year later)