Delicious Lips, Delicious Text: And watch the Horrible Blog over and over. Why are you reading this? The Musical , the cast notes that if you’ve gotten this far, you’re “a huge fing nerd! Much like Radiohead’s “pay what you want” model for In Rainbows and Trent Reznor’s free or at least nearly-free glut of excellent recent releases, big name artists are gradually discovering the true value of fan loyalty. Yet, as with most Whedon creations, you don’t realize just how emotionally involved you’ve become in this seemingly-simple story until the very, very end
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Using the internet as a catalyst, artists are now able to get their works to fans within hours of completing it, sometimes even “rewarding” fans for their continued support, much as how Reznor put out the excellent album The Slip shortly after the release of his four-part instrumental Ghosts suite wound up making him a substantial amount of money.
Cause stuff that makes money gets turned in larger projects. A huge cult fanbase around the project, massive DVD and soundtrack sales, and already a swarm of internet rumors about a sequel. Jackie Chan’s 10 Best Films.
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Yet there’s something special to be said for a group of people that can come together and create something like Commentary!
Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog is goofy and campy, the premise so fantastically absurd that you’re drawn in expecting a good time which it isinvesting yourself in the skng without even thinking that there will be any sort of emotional payoff. First off, the bonus features here are both numerous and fun: Whedon, instead, went the free route.
Eurotrash bargain basement new wave dance pop, with the occasional moody detour, is business as usual for Stereo Total, and business is good on Ah! Horrible’s Sing a-long Blog.
Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog itself may not have happened, and the result we see today is about as strong an endorsement for independent filmmaking as there’s ever been. Popmatters is wholly independently owned and operated. Had the Writer’s Strike not happened, there’s a very real chance that Dr. Bad Horse Chorus Reprise.
However, I feel obligated to point out some horrilbes and cons. After an accident that could have ended his career, folk blues artist Charlie Parr recovered and recorded an album comprised largely of older tunes.
I recommend without hesitation or doubt. On It Ain’t the Same, Minneapolis singer-songwriter Jack Klatt offers hope that love and joy can still overcome the darkness of a world turned upside down.
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Doug Clifford and Stu Cook look back on the bright-burning Creedence Clearwater Revival Woodstock set from Augustand talk about the decision to get off the road after 25 years as Creedence Clearwater Revival. Hear it in full now. Original Cast of Starship.
Yet none of this would matter were the musical not up to snuff, which — blissfully — it is. The songs are fully-produced, remarkably complex in terms of meter and structure, and cover a wide range of styles, ranging from Broadway hoofers Neil Patrick Harris’ closing solo tune about how talented he is, complete with tap dancing to ragtime barroom pleasers actor Simon Helberg gets his long-awaited star turn with “Nobody Wants to Be Moist”.
Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog Director: Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog works as well as it does is because of its loose-limbed freedom, the product of a bunch of Hollywood types looking for something genuinely fun to do outside of the constrictions of the studio system.
An Interview with Charlie Parr After an accident that could have ended his career, folk blues artist Charlie Parr recovered and recorded an album comprised largely of older tunes. Underground palaces in communist spaces provide not only transport but also refuge in the former USSR.
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What makes Whedon’s vision profoundly different is simply the caliber of the material, rounding up big name stars like Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillon to do this campy little musical that was filmed with a real crew on real sets with real special effects and — most critically — filled with real, genuinely funny songs.
He rounded up his siblings and industry friends in order to do a web-based norribles about a mad scientist that keeps a video blog of his dastardly deeds. In one of the behind the scenes featurettes on Dr. Caring Hands Felicia Day. It’s not like you’re thinking about getting these and don’t already know every song. Yet, as with most Whedon creations, you don’t realize just how emotionally involved you’ve become in this seemingly-simple story until the very, very end Still, there are worse things to spend ten bucks on.
This expanded edition from Cherry Red Records makes the case for hearing it free of the baggage of that alt rock era.