I just caught J Mascis this weekend (with the amazing Kurt Vile opening for him) and at this point, the guy is a certified legend. The show was made up mostly of songs from his new acoustic album, Several Shades Of Why.
This video was filmed over the course of six months in Seattle and Bellingham, WA. More than 50 volunteers animated the various scenes to later be combined with digital stills and Super 8 video. Impressive.
After they’re publicly dissed by Hillary Clinton, the Superficial Friends call on the help of a crazy bald headed Britney Spears to help right this wrong.
When Blu, a domesticated macaw from small-town Minnesota, meets the fiercely independent Jewel, he takes off on an adventure to Rio de Janeiro with this bird of his dreams. Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway lend their voices to the upcoming blockbuster.
A nice little ditty from Ninja Tune’s Wagon Christ (who is actually Luke Vibert), the real show stopper here is the amazing animation. Enjoy the trip.
Something’s awry in Halloween Town. Drunken college students, dancing red headed midgets and too much green and not enough black. Jack Skellington finds himself in a St. Patricks’s Day nightmare.
James Franco’s portrayal of Aron Ralston was a gritty, emotional and even sickening experience for many theater goers. This less gruesome version with Wile E. Coyote though is just pure silliness.
Po (Jack Black) joins forces with a group of new kung-fu masters to take on an old enemy with a deadly new weapon. This one’s got an all-star cast including Gary Oldman, Angelina Jolie, and Seth Rogan.
This video came out a few years ago, but it’s worth a watch if you missed it then. An animator goes to battle withe the very cartoon he was creating.
As illustrated by this animated short. It’s like being in The Matrix, but hella annoying.
We all knew one day the robots would rise up, rip off our arms, and play soccer with our heads. Flying Lotus gives us the soundtrack for animator Beeple’s vision.