Animesploitation Terebi Funhouse Road Show Otakalypse (miseria consociatus est miseria dimidiavit)
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Anime Central Anime Hell Midnight Madness '16!!
Are you MAN or WO-MAN enough to make it all the way to the end of MIDNITE MADNESS? Well, I guess we'll find out, won't we?
Monday, May 16, 2016
buy a copy.
The surviving members of the Dallas chapter of Hell will be doing a show at A-Kon. Hope to see you there.
Friday, May 13, 2016
Hell at Animazement 2016
Once again, it's time for Hell to inflict itself upon Animazement 2016. Join us at the Raleigh Convention Center on Friday, May 27th at 9pm in Ballroom A-B as we collectively descend into an unspeakable pop culture maelstrom.
Dumb Ways to Die
Just remember: this is all about train safety.
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Wait for it
It's a one-trick pony, but it's a good trick.
Sunday, May 08, 2016
Anime Hell at Anime North 2016
Yes, Friday night at 10 in the big ballroom in the Toronto Congress Center it's Anime Hell! Saturday night at 8 in the International Ballroom in the International Plaza Hotel it's Totally Lame Anime! And Sunday at 1 it's a trip back in time to take a look at Corn Pone Flicks' Bad American Dubbing!
This and much much more, all happening May 27-29 at Anime North!
Wednesday, May 04, 2016
The Present (2014)
Sunday, May 01, 2016
Charlie Parker played be-bop
Charlie Parker played saxophone...
That video above, "Ko-Ko", was made in 1988 and made by hand. It should give you a whole new appreciation for beans. Someone played the music tonight and it reminded me of all this.
I've talked about Alive from Off Center on this blog before, as well as what a huge influence it was on me. What I'd like to do here is share with you one episode in particular.
If you have a copy of Danny Elfman's "Music for a Darkened Theater", then you've heard this track before. Now you can see the animation that inspired it, plus a little extra song by Mr. Elfman himself. Enjoy.
This is the one that I was most happy to find. The song that Me-an and her sister sing to the bird (09:55) is one that pops into my head to this day. I still find myself humming it, even if I don't know the words. That's how memories work.
Sadly, I wasn't able to find a copy of Jane Aaron's "This Time Around". I did find this story about her death earlier last year, which you should go check out. Turns out, she did a lot of work for Sesame Street and they have a good showing of it there. You never know what you're going to find.