Review The Iron Giant rerelease
That's long gone dude.
No it's not, it's not until Sept. 30.
And the following Sunday afternoon, Oct. 4th
The movie you forgot the name of was called Naked Prey.
Nah, it was a movie called Naked Fear (2007).
I'm aware Youtube's acting like a dictatorial shit suffering peptic ulcers, but whatever the fuck this new video format is, Chromebooks just don't like it. Won't even start, much less lag for buffering. Dammit, Blip!!
If you have an ad blocker on try turning it off. I had the same problem and once I turned off the add blocker the videos run perfectly.
It's on YouTube now.
That image of Brian is not cool.
Anyway, I am baffled as to why YouTube started giving Brad shit about the Midnight Screenings videos. It must have something to do with some automatic/automated flagging system.
If YouTube's getting so bad that you can't even post a video of some people talking about a movie -- with no clips or songs or anything -- then it's time for another service to take its place.
Amen to that.
I'm assuming they didn't even try to upload it to youtube. They're putting their full archive on screenwave, so I'd understand not even bothering to cross-post the new stuff there.
>"not much to say"
>video is 45 minutes
I ...wow unsullied wait why is it called that ...she wasn't suffering beforehand that the journey through the weirdos somehow made her stronger or clean? ...odd title to a pointless movie
"We Are Your Friends" is a sample of a vocal from the song "Never Be Alone" by the band Simian. Justice, a *twitch* EDM group (I hate having to use that term) remixed the song for a contest, and the song and Justice became big after that. The sample has been used in several EDM songs.
Was the movie that you and Brain saw was Madrid,1987?
I heard about this movie a few weeks ago and it's playing in Maryland. I guess I'll pass on it.
Sarah's such a cutie
You weren't kidding it sure is difficult to find anything about Unsullied. Not even RT and IMDb can agree on when this movie released, one says 2014 and the other 2015.
The WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS video didn't have Brian and Sarah jamming the whole time.
Boo, zero stars.
Please tell me your sending Brian & Dave to see Diary of a Teenage Girl.
It's probably better than War Room or Unsullied.
What bugs the everloving shit out of me about We Are Your Friends' concept is that some of the biggest names in the industry are dorks. Massive, massive dorks.
Like...ok, the artist who got me into electronic outside of weird Japanese scenes was deadmau5. Because he was talking to the creator of Minecraft on twitter, and I figured that any guy who was on a speaking-name-basis with Notch was someone I'd probably like, and I was right. Fucking deadmau5, he literally has a Lamborghini with Nyan Cat printed on it. He's an asshole, but he's not a bro.
My absolute favorite electronic artists period are two Australian dorks who form Knife Party (and were the main guys in the electrorock/drum & bass group Pendulum). One of them is this ginger dork who likes photoshopping Drake into instagram pictures and the other is this anxious, quiet, borderline terrifying-looking guy who hates talking to people. They're not bros.
An artist making the festival rounds for a long while now is Porter Robinson, who is a nerd who likes anime and video games. He's actually doing SO well that now other up-and-coming artists are trying to mimic his weeaboo aesthetic. Not a bro.
Madeon, not a bro. Zedd, not a bro. Dillon Francis makes fun of being a bro. Kill the Noise, not a bro.
Literally the only outright bro-y artists I can think of off the top of my head are Diplo (who is more of the slimy kind of bro) and maybe some up-and-comers like Martin Garrix, and neither of those dudes are even any GOOD. Why make a movie about people like that when they're just going to fizzle out in two years? Or make a movie about a dude who aspires to be like them? It just strikes me as utter tone-deafness and attempting to cash in on mainstream EDM culture, and making it look even worse in the process to boot.
Summerfest is an actual festival, but it's kind of hilarious that they're using that one because it's not as mainstream like Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra, or Tomorrowland. Maybe paying those companies would've been way too over the budget. lol.
Would also like to add...the only people who play in Vegas are big, big, BIG names. So Calvin Harris, Zedd, Porter Robinson, deadmau5 etc.. Not fucking idiots who got suddenly famous overnight.
Brian's beard is now so beardy it looks like a facial wig.
This following pic feels strangely appropriate :D
Unsullied looks pretty poor, I would say that the lead villain is from Alabama so maybe his accent is not so off. Most actors over do it on Southern accents and get a bit foghorn Leghorn truth be told.
There are NINE theatres playing Unsullied within 30 miles of me here in the suburbs of Chicago. Thankfully, none of them are theatres that I go to AT ALL.
I imagine Unsullied is playing in Springfield because the director (Simeon Rice) is from Illinois. I remember him playing for the University of Illinois.
Apparently this movie sat around for a year after debuting at a film festival before getting a ... "wide" release?
For shits and giggles I looked up "Unsullied" to see if it was playing here in Denver. It sounded familiar.
It's in five theaters here. Including the United Artists theater downtown where I go to see the Rifftrax Live shows!
But the thing that really got me is that the description on the site about the film starts, "When car trouble strands track star Reagan Farrow in the Florida boondocks....." You said that once she escapes by jumping off a cliff? THERE ARE NO CLIFFS IN FLORIDA!!! The entire fucking state is sea level! And this guy even played for the Tampa Bay Bucs??
Low budget, first time film makers coming into town with their one copy under their arm and finding a theater that is willing to show it for a few days is a blast from the past - that's how Tobe Hooper and other people got started when I was a kid. I wish film makers had those opportunities now. But this movie doesn't appear to be the case....and maybe wouldn't have found screens if theaters were having to use more than one to show "Fantastic Four"?
So I get real estate advice and get to hear Sarah sing "put it in my butt" in the same video. Not sure what else I could ask for. Best review of the month.
If you can, you should probably find someone to go see "The Diary of a Teenage Girl." It wasn't quite my thing, but I'd be interested in hearing another opinion it.
I googled Unsullied and my results were, in this order:
1. the definition of the word "unsullied"
2. Game of Thrones Wiki
3. A Song of Ice and Fire Wiki
4. an article about the director talking about the movie
5.The IMDB page
Sarah, you got the intent of the Creed trailer all wrong. Rocky didn't put a baby into Apollo's sister all those years ago.
Rocky put a baby in Apollo's WIDOW all those years ago. He really wanted to take care of the Creed family after he accidentally let a Russian murder machine beat his friend to death. He just added a new member. :p
I thought Unsullied was a sequel to Monsters, Inc where Mike goes solo
"Unsullied" sounds like a good movie to show to film students during their first week of Freshman classes as a warning. You make them watch the whole thing, and pause the film occasionally to say, "Remember how stupid this looks when you're making your own stuff."
Brad should tweet at Simeon Rice how he felt about the movie, his Twitter bio wants people to send him their thoughts about Unsullied even if they hated it
I checked Unsullied on fandango. It's in NYC, San Fran, LA, Boston, DC, Philly, Austin, Chicago, and Seattle.
With 25 ratings culminating in 4/5 stars
I'm curious to see if Unsullied will be tied with The Loft since there movies that shouldn't shown in theaters.
Summerfest! Everybody fest! This movie needs more Joe Estevez.
Synergy was the name of the computer on the show. She'd say "Showtime Synergy!" and become Jem.
Er, that is Jerica would become Jem, not Synergy herself. ;p
I now have a sudden urge to watch "Soultaker". Thank you!
Summerfest, it's short for "summer festering".
Also, not that you're reading this, Brian, but Synergy was the sentient computer that made all the holograms possible. She would project herself as a holographic woman to communicate.
Anyway, I was expecting "Unsullied" to be another Christian film with an abstinence theme. That it's an exploitation horror film that's not even good enough to be a Snob episode is kind of a surprise.
Hey Brad, does Unsullied get the rating of "Unfinished Business"?
By the way you described it, I would guess it does.
I've heard the term "Lord privy seal" for when documentaries throw up random images that vaguely have to do with what they're talking about just to be showing stuff. It comes from some documentary where the narrator said "Lord Privy Seal" in reference to a specific title, and with each word they just cut to picture of god for lord, a picture of a toilet for privy, and a picture of a seal (the animal) for... seal...
It's kinda a trope with modern documentaries.
I am sad that Brian and Sarah forgot my favorite bro pun, which is "Broseidon, King of the Bro-cean."
Bug Linkara and ask him to tell you how you get the quality settings thing to show up on your videos, dude. They tend to buffer like shit unless you can set the quality.