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Could be interesting.. Never Belongs to Me: "We're still not sure what this movie is about but it may or may not involve a woman who has been raped by a tiger, giving birth to a Ron Perlman looking tiger-man who lives in a junk yard. He has a reunion with his family (after giving up his goal to “have sex with every being on the planet”) and he and his half-brother, Gun-tae, turn to crime to make their oppressed mom happy.

Crime doesn't work out so well for them, and they run afoul of a latex-clad femizon cyborg hooker, a horny school teacher, and Dr. Hell who gives Gun-tae a penis gun that fires bullets instead of sperm (although he can only get it up when looking at posters of ballet dancers). An art film from Planet Freaky this low budget video oddity delivers 500 beats per minute of weirdness involving gimp suits, gallons of high pressure blood spray and unauthorized (and ill-advised) surgical procedures, blended with hysterical dialogue from a lost 1960's German art film delivered with a ridiculously straight face. An inscrutable art object that turns into an exploitation film in the final 30 minutes that makes Tarantino and Rodriguez’s Grindhouse look tame by comparison, this flick proves that you don’t need a big budget to deliver big crazy."

orona_red points out that Transport for London are well-equipped to deal with the recent rain.

Need OONTZ? Have a peek at hybridized.org, with a large collection of live sets by several DJs, including Hybrid, amongst others, such as live at Fluid, Philadelphia, from 2002. Plain http downloads, no torrenting required.

Here's a rather good animated Russian short from 1973: Лиса и Заяц (Lisa i Zayats), about a hare cruelly ejected from his home, and those who help him. The narration's in Russian, without subtitles, but it's easy enough to follow along. He's introduced quite briefly, yet so well - his plight strikes home so strongly.

Ooh, new Vector Lovers, "Afterglow" (even if shown with the wrong album cover there - the actual cover's shown here, just). Delicious.

Another reason to try venturing into Comic Con again: the Too Much Coffee Man opera is seeing five performances on Friday and Saturday, to coincide with the event, three of them free to Comic Con members.

Good to see Channel Four's embracing online distribution - I was a little surprised to find them responsible for providing Google Video's copies of The God Delusion and The Virus of Faith, a two-part documentary by Richard Dawkins, broadcast in January 2006. (And which still languishes in my video pile, unwatched - but that goes for around three quarters of what's within. As brilliant as some of the movies may be - such as Béla Tarr's quiet epic Sátántangó - I keep finding myself drawn here instead, where I can chat and converse, rather than having to force myself into the purely passive role of viewer.

As circuit_four so fondly and rightfully hopes, this service is - please - surely just a joke..
Oh definitely! I could go into a whole questioning rant as to why people, most people, seem to be dead set against having any anthro stuff on film. Embarrassment about liking something that seen to be childish? No, too much, some other time.

I thought Kaji, Ghost Warrior was a good start. I actually bought a copy because I thought the idea of ONE GUY doing the whole thing was awesome. This was at a time when I was skint broke (well gosh, when's that?) Funny, the DVD I got wouldn't play, and I couldn't get a replacement (contact links were just fucked!) So.... I ended up pirating it eventually.
I suppose that links in with the disdain in "serious" circles for animation, sometimes with particular regard to anime - as you found the other day, there's the widespread assumption that if it's animated, it's got to be for children, if not outright childish. (Meanwhile, the best children's material can be enjoyed universally - witness anything from Pixar, or even Sesame Street) Some people even think Bugs Bunny et al were created for children, and it's simply good writing that makes them all also fun for adults.

(And then we have the New York Times refusing to put HP:tDH on its bestseller list, as it's a children's book. Why must such such rigid, yet arbitrary, compartment boundaries be upheld?)

I still need to catch K:GW sometime! I recall seeing the trailer a while back, thinking it could have a lot of promise, even if seemingly lacking in lapinity. =:) There's another benefit of being able to download purchased works like that - just back it up as you like, and as long as the download completed normally, the file will be fine. At least, if it's DRM-free - gods know, there were enough horror stories around the time of Amazon Unboxed's launch; hopefully that was just the result of being a bit half-baked at the time.

Ah, to be able to buy a plain H.264 HD copy of Ratatouille right now.. such a good movie. ^_^

Speaking of one-guy animation, I recently noticed Cerberus has a new one out: Nut Job. (And yes, I haven't seen this either, yet, but mycroftb gave his approval) It's a relatively long one, at 17.2MB.
Argh! Too big! Can't load! That's about ten times as many comments as I've ever seen before though. A number of people have asked if he could post the file somewhere though so, we'll see.
Oh and yah, any kids film that can't entertain adults fails miserably. Look at "The Wild". This is where Disney just doesn't cut it. Absolutely awful in my books.