AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/30/2007 08:41:00 AM ----- BODY:
Go see it soon. And not only for my new mancrush. 'Cause there's also her. And it's a great film aswell.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/15/2007 02:59:00 PM ----- BODY:
It really did
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 2/06/2007 04:43:00 PM ----- BODY:
We couldn't wait any longer, it has waited long enough, time has rushed by like a speeding train, we've been lazy, but fear not...
DAILY DOLORES
has been updated (there is nothing wrong with your computer monitor: it's really true, we've updated) & ofc there's plenty more to come, just give us another year or two. Thanks for sticking around, and remember: blowing your nose while sitting next to someone on the train is kinda disgusting, but it's still better than sniffing for dear life, love, dly dlrs
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/19/2007 01:28:00 AM ----- BODY:
Quicktime & iPod version coming soon! Directed by Isaac E. Gozin Director Of Photography: Rik Zang Production by Jonathan Vandenbroeck Edited by Stijn Deconinck
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/08/2007 03:38:00 PM ----- BODY:
We'd love it if you could make it. And remember: bring clean underwear! Love, Daily Dolores ps: feat. the premiere of the new video for You Don't Know by Milow
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 8/25/2006 12:50:00 AM ----- BODY:
We'd like to present to you, with pride, the premiere of the new Milow musicvideo. Music by Milow Directed by Isaac E. Gozin Director Of Photography: Nicolas Karakatsanis Camera Assistent: Rik Zang Production by Malin-Sarah Gozin @ TV de Wereld Edited and Post Production by Bert Jacobs & Maarten Janssens @ 2Frame Film developed by Studio Equipe Setphotography by Pieter Jelle De Brue & Pieter Baert Filmed at and many thanx to The Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren.
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We just received an email from Ilke Turpijn plugging a new interesting and independent project she worked on. We've had the pleasure of working with her in the past on several projects. Apart from being a talented individual, she's also ape-shit bonkers, which is part of her charms aswell. Anywho, we've taken a five minute break from our pre-production work to pay this forward: go check out the promotional site for Onderdanen. There's a teaser-trailer there aswell which gives you a general idea on what it's about. Apparently the release date is set for December, so mark those agenda's, or don't, but whatever you do, just love your local heroes. Take care and eat your vegetables, Sincerly, Dolores, Daily
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 8/02/2006 04:47:00 PM ----- BODY:
Long time no see, yes of course, we miss all of you just as much. The last couple of months have been packed with screenplay writing, location hunting, lots and lots of sweating in this heatwave, making phonecalls, drinking coffee, doing e-mails, lack of sleep, myspace ruins our lives, doing auditions etc etc. While phoning around for permission for several very nifty, cinematographic locations, it has come to our attention that the world is gonna keep on looking uglier. Beautiful old buildings are being torn down, to make room for higher classed condo buildings, atomic era swimmingpools will be replaced by happy-wild-ride-slides and kids these days are ape-shit crazy. We just got off the phone with a company that has bought the abandoned swimmingpool that sits in the city centre of Leuven, near the Hogeschoolplein. They start the slow killing next week. Luckily, kind souls like Wereldkeuken (by the way big it up for this fella, since he has been so kind as to help us look for an abandoned pool) has eternalized this building on the sensitive photographic plate. Check out his flickr set. It's nice. More later perhaps, but now, we need some more coffee and get our asses back in gear. With love, Dolores, Daily
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 5/13/2006 11:56:00 AM ----- BODY:
Hey kids, just a short one this time around. New trend of the day: ads created by users, an agency's worst nightmare. Read more about it right here. The example they use is Tyson Ibele's Sony ad, a gem as they say. It's been around for a while and has been picked up now that it won a contest. You can read more behind the scenes goodies here. (you might wanna register first) Tyson is only 19 years old and we've always been impressed by the things he posted on the CG-society fora. Be sure to click his name and roam around his site cuz it's filled with crazy delicious quicktimes and jpg's, the kind we swallow without chomping and afterwards lick our fingers like a stripper would. Also, he has been so kind as to write down some tutorials, a geek-read for some, a must read for geeks. Despite his young age he's already working as a vfx-artist at MAKE studio, the one that brought us that Nike Robots ad a while back. That'll be all for now, take care, Dolores, Daily ps: a little something for on the road: Spike Jonz' New Miller audition ads.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 5/12/2006 02:36:00 AM ----- BODY:
Backstory: an ongoing dirty war is still raging between LPF en VX. To truely get all of this you'll have to read all the posts on the VXWARS blogspot. We, team VX, have won several battles but were quite surprised by Noc's comeback, blocking us out of the editing priviledges (since he is the head admin. there) and hacking our latest post. Hence a crossover post that should be (and was) on vxwars but now back in it's true form on dailydolores. Enjoy: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- We always had a hunch... ...and now that he admits it, well, we're kinda sure. So all ye faithfull vx-followers, follow us to Noctos' Blog, he's a member of the dreadful LPF, and see for yourself. Just in case he deletes it one of these days (that would be the day that he finally realizes that something on his blog went wrong) just in that case you can view it right here. It's not that we have such a grudge against Noctos, heck he's the only one of the LPF we ever shook hands with over drinks and cigars, it's just, he makes it so damn easy. With Love, Team VX --------------------------------------------------------------------------- [edit] We also have to admit, cuz when it's good it's great, his effort has not gone unnoticed.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 5/06/2006 01:56:00 PM ----- BODY:
She kept us waiting for way too long but finally she's here: Miss Abzinth. Not much there yet but what is there is worth the visit. Read more about it at Mr. Goap's. Keep an eye on her and not just because she's hawt, it's what's inside that is important is what it is. [update:] Bandwidth exeeded already, everybody wants a piece of the Missus. Thankfully the ever present Mr.Goap went the distance and saved the day. Gloggy Mirror for the video.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 4/26/2006 11:45:00 AM ----- BODY:
Dave Gorman, THE Dave Gorman, is the new correspondent on The Daily Show?! They upped the scales and reeled in the tits!
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/26/2006 07:46:00 PM ----- BODY:
testing.you.tube.testing more.info.on.this.later
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 2/06/2006 01:33:00 PM ----- BODY:
Really nothing coherent this time around. Just liked to share some things with you lot. First off: Cameron Crowe is a tool and we very much disliked Elisabethtown. More on that in a later post. Secondly, some links we found intristink: * Addicted to Lost, they sure know how to make their ads. * The Tangent * Keith Richards knocking out a fan w/ his guitar. * Best written Blogspot we've encountered on the internet ever. * "I want you to sing as hard as you can!" Yup hell froze over and some Indian made Fight Club: The Musical. * A little something to make The Noctos sleep well at night right here. * And finally, what's better than Jack Black? Yes indeed, Jack Black in a Mexican wrestling mask. Nacho Libre! That is all, class in recess. [add on] Jack Black reminded me of "the greatest pilot you'll never see" reminded me of Rob Schrab, who I adored back in the good ol' comic book days, reminded me he's also in the movies reminded me to check imdb and yes he's got a thing coming up with a star-cast and some nifty nice 3d work. Check the trailer right here. [update] For Noctos: Death Cab For Cutie - Crooked Teeth (wink to Peter Gabriel's Sledge Hammer by The Bros. Quay) & Postal Service - We will become silhouettes (by Jared "Napoleon Dynamite" Hess who's also in the director's and writing chair together with his brother for the Nacho Libre film, quoted above)
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/27/2006 10:18:00 PM ----- BODY:
We got home today from kind-of-work and the first thing we stumbled upon was this sweet gif-animation that brought back many nostalgic childhood memories. (no gif-animations in blogspot? CLICK HERE to see it play, please do or you're missing out on funny stuff) All the Goonies-fans in the house get a bright golden star from Grandmaw Dolores. We started thinking back of all the kids that starred in that film. The only ones we could remember were Corey Feldman, Indiana Jone's Short Round, a cute red-head and Chunk the chubby kid. But where are they now? And what do they look like in 2006? The ever-helpful folks at imdb helped us out of our misery. We found out that Chunk ain't that chunky no more, that Short Round is doing hollywoodian martial arts choreography, that one of the kids went on to become a hobbit and that even Josh Brolin was a Goonie. Also Sloth, or at least the 6'8" football-player who embodied him, passed away due to heart failure four years after they wrapped the film. But what we forgot all about, was that the little red-head was played by Kerri Green, who also starred next to Corey Haim in one of our other beloved 80's childhood movies: Lucas. We remember having the biggest crush on her in that film, that by the way also featured very young versions of Charlie Sheen, Courtney Thorne-Smith (yes THE Courtney Thorne-Smith) and was the debut-film for Wynona Ryder, who we later developed a crush upon, but that's for a different post. As a bonus, we searched and found some of these great wav's from the Goonies movie, delivered by the Chunk-meister himself, cuz he truely had the best lines. Those who got the remixing, mash-upping skillz, please, don't hold back and say hi to Spielberg's lawyers from us.
Chunk 01 Chunk 02 Chunk 03 Chunk 04 Chunk 05 Chunk 06 Chunk 07
If you'd like some more, or have trouble understanding some of the words go to this page right here. And I know I'm at least a month late with this, but still, Happy 20th B-Day Goonies! gif-animation (c) ytmnd.com [NOTE] Before anyone says anything, yes we are aware that Miss Kerri Green in her Lucas-days resembles Emma Watson of Harry Potter fame alot. No we will not tolerate any jokes or quiffs about this in the comments. Any Corey Feldman/Haim anecdotes, however, are welcome as always.
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This was a penn. Chris Penn, brother of Sean & Michael Penn, left the building yesterday. No details to be found however in which circumstances he passed away. Rest in peace, Nicky Dimes.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/24/2006 09:41:00 PM ----- BODY:
Two things we'd like to say in this post. 1) YouTube is fantastic. The quantity makes up for the poor quality. 2) Dakota Fanning is scary (pictured above on the right, the one w/o the teeth). She's the little starlette of such blockbusting features like Man On Fire, War o/t Worlds and stinker Cat i/t Hat. She will not follow in Drew Barrymore's footsteps, we have been told. And she still manages to scare the bejeezus outta us. Hence next clip with something else that scares the good lord right back on the cross: Japanese fan boys. JAPANESE DAKOTA INTERVIEW CLIP Screenhead even said it better for this clip: "Oh, sure— when the high school age boy from Dakota Fanning’s Japanese fan club with the broken English gets the chance to interview her for television and freaks out from desire it’s all “cute,” but when we do it we have to announce ourselves to the neighbors when we move somewhere new."
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/23/2006 05:41:00 PM ----- BODY:
The late Siskel & still present Ebert. For years they thumbed films up and down. Had different tastes but always found middle ground. Thruth is, in the beginning, they couldn't stand eachother one bit. Proof of this linked right here on the YouTube (which gets two thumbs up from noctos & dolores for being a user friendly player). It shows the two of them bickering and pestering eachother while taping promo's for their show back in the day. Classic Stuff, enjoy! “That’s this week on Siskel and Ebert and The Movies. And the asshole. And that’s Roger.”
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/20/2006 04:24:00 PM ----- BODY:
This year all the shortfilms screened at the Sundance Film Festival will be shown online on the official site, live from the state that bans films for no apparent reason.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/20/2006 02:34:00 PM ----- BODY:
If for you keep the consciousness, drink two cups the water and make vomiting, then go hospita away. Make your time Raimi and eat your heart out! 1978 Japanese Spiderman
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 1/09/2006 12:59:00 PM ----- BODY:
It's just plain weird and I'm not sure if it's just a guy having fun (and quite professional fun) with the photoshop, or a new viral for Burger King. So anyway, click here for some paparrazi pics of Brooke Burke & The Burger King. Pic 1, Pic2 and Pic3. [update] some live action footage right here.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 12/15/2005 06:29:00 PM ----- BODY:
... we would like to inform you that we at daily dolores want to bury the hatchet because our good friends at VX have waved the white flag, all because we can't win from the hardworking poodles at LPF. Read more about it on the website that was created to report on said War.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 12/09/2005 09:56:00 AM ----- BODY:
The Inside Man (2005, dir. Spike Lee)
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 12/08/2005 04:00:00 PM ----- BODY:
* WHY?. elephant eyelash. (Anticon/Southern) rnk: look, mom, Why? can be all Hymie even when he's not hanging out with Fog! his/their psych-folk-blues-hop is so far away from any ghetto standard, it's like seeing Biggie hang out with John Lennon in a non-earthly place. 7,5/10 Seven: Pavement took a strong LSD trip and got rid of their curderoy for oversized t-shirts. Then they jammed the night away conducted by Hayao Miyazaki. 8,75/10 * ANIMAL COLLECTIVE. feels. (Fat Cat) rnk: your updated version of the Bremer Stadsmusikanten "Feels" like having an anticon-ant on top, the only question remaining about their broken songs is why they love to push the treble-button so much. maybe the Lonesome Organist came and took the bass away. 6/10 * BLOCKHEAD. downtown science. (Ninja Tune) Seven: The production is punchy, the beats live next door to early Shadow, so everything should be fine. But could you please get rid of these high pitched vocals next time? 7/10 rnk: Blockhead probably left his cave like Weird Al does in UHF. back in the downtown zone, he borrowed some styles from Shadow, in order to make sure you don't think he's Diplo, or RJ, or EL-P, or some other post-Hop dude. 8,5/10 * SOLID STEEL compilation by bonobo (Ninja Tune) Seven: Around six years ago, I invited Simon "Bonobo" Green over to Berlin in order to spin with us at the WMF and it was his first night ever to deejay in front of an audience. It was all good but compared to his latest mix, it was pretty amateurish. Damn, this monkey has evolved. 8,5/10 rnk: if Kerouac was still around today, he'd be listening to Bonobo mixes while On The Road. with the new tracks "recurring" and "change down", Simon proves he's still the master of sleazy'n beat-busting dreamscapes. 9/10 * JAN JELINEK. kosmischer pitch (Scape) Seven: Man, it was about time for a new album, wasn't it?! And what a brilliant one it is. Jelinek had to drift into the wide open space to find the cosmic pitch, a place with no time zones and no barriers. Welcome to the first convincing Minimalkrautpsych record ever. 8,5/10 BM: silhouetten von lemmingen im discodickicht verspulen lithiummelodien, dass selbst planeten in halbtrauer leadgitarren rückwärts mimikrieren. klingt seltsam? ist es auch. aber gut unt nicht so kühl knisternd durchkalkuliert, wie etwa loop finding jazz records. 9/10
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 12/06/2005 06:08:00 PM ----- BODY:
Click here for some frame-to-frame teaser trailer fun! Doesn't look as bad as we thought Brett Ratner would make it look. Better have some sentinels in there... [update] Filmthreat Frigid 50 has this to say about The Brett Ratner: 3. Brett Ratner In the face of comic book fan fury, Rush Hour filmmaker Brett Ratner assures everyone that Brett Ratner is not Joel Schumacher. Brett Ratner claims that Brett Ratner is a comic book fan. Brett Ratner promises that Brett Ratner will make the best X-Men movie possible. Yeah, well, Brett Ratner, the none-too popular director who takes to talking about himself in the third person, can say all he wants about Brett Ratner, but we can all be pretty certain that the once promising X-Men movie franchise is now as useless as Professor Xavier’s legs.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 12/06/2005 10:22:00 AM ----- BODY:
This post has very little to do with Star Wars, this will just be random shit we stumbled upon the last couple of weeks. We thought, why pollute our bookmarks with it if we could share this with you lot. So enjoy, on your own risk and time. Eat your green peas, dodge that flu and think sexy thoughts at work. * Be seen on Times Square as Time Magazine's Person o/t Year (dinner's on us for the first one to be shown flipping the shocker) * Sony sez: "We'd like some Street Cred", Street Cred sez: "Sod off Fony, go do some obscene things with a mime!" * Webtard 2005 finally including Belgian's own OrT & DeLa. * Chuck Norris does not sleep, He waits. And also : filming on location for Walker: Texas Ranger, Chuck Norris brought a stillborn baby lamb back to life by giving it a prolonged beard rub. Shortly after the farm animal sprang back to life and a crowd had gathered, Chuck Norris roundhouse kicked the animal, breaking its neck, to remind the crew that Chuck giveth, and the good Chuck, he taketh away. * Cuz we tried explaining to someone the other day the genius that is Rahzel's If Your Mother... here some beatboxing goodies: beatbox mp3 heaven, Jacko & Oprah getting their groove on and Kila Kela showing off (in awfull .ram). Also gratious plug to Off The Record right here, who in a couple of weeks will introduce, count'em, three musicvideo's. * For Criss Crass, Noctos and Mr. Sunflyer: click here. By the way, while googling for a link to Mr. Sunflyer, we almost posted this one, which happens to be also making little films. We'd encourage you, Mr. Sunflyer, to take it to court and clean them of all their money to make a new wonderfull little gem with said money.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 12/01/2005 09:42:00 PM ----- BODY:
Most Interesting Thing I Saw Today:
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 11/24/2005 01:28:00 PM ----- BODY:
We here at Daily Dolores slept all through yesterday and then spend the night at relatives, friends, wives and/or mistresses. Hence we post old news. Le nouveau Milow-lais est arrive! Finally, after a month of hard work it's here. Daily Dolores together with Milow produced, wrote, shot, cut, drank, squeezed, build and tore down this gem for your viewing. You can watch it right here on either Milow.be or dailydolores.com or even visualexpedition.com There's a few people we'd like to thank on the top of our heads, people whom whithout there wouldn't be this nice video. So thank you: Jonathan, Sieghild, Pieter, Hans & Wim, Bieke, Maciek, David Meanix, Maarten, The Serneels Clan, T&V, Our good friend Mr. Coffee, Lukas, Lieven, Katrien, Mums and Dads everywhere and the one with the flamboyant tip: J to the E-Sus! We would also like to thank the Academy for believing in us and of course the fans, we wouldn't be worth anything without you guys. After all these years of loving you, now we can proudly state: you love us, you really really love us. Uhmm, little carried away there... Anyway, enjoy the clip (as most of you already did) and leave a comment with some feedback, as we appreciate your input dearly. Take care, with love, Daily Dolores (picture (c) Pieter Baert)
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 11/22/2005 08:02:00 PM ----- BODY:
No matter how sleepy we are, first we have to send out big props to where props are due. Shout out and hollers at the tea-lovin' gentlemen at VX mansion for making the post-production a walk through the park. 'Cept it was more of a run through the minefield. With our legs chained together. While crocodiles chased us. Through barbed-wire mazes. And yet Mr. Goap still managed to guide us through with none too many bruises. Kudos to you dear sir, kudos. Second in line are the fine folk at Talent & Vision for granting us some editing time and helping us out in more than one way. Because yes, as of today, the Milow clip is finished. Shot, cut and print in one month and online starting tomorrow. Be sure to check it out and don't hesitate to tell us what you think of it. We will keep on loving you anyway. ps: more behind the scenes footage coming up as soon as the clip premiered.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 11/22/2005 07:55:00 PM ----- BODY:
Three days have passed but to the hard working ants at Daily Dolores it felt more like one very long day. Sleepy-counter got stuck at a measly 3hours in total. It was a nice bonus though to be granted a beautiful sunset at the end of this neverending day. Nap time now. More later. [update] yes Mr. Goap, those are indeed giant jellyfish from Andromina attacking us in the pic above.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 11/08/2005 06:25:00 PM ----- BODY:
Some more teasing coming ahead. We won't tell you what it's for except that it's part of the "Milow - One Of It" shoot. To read more about that, click here. 01. Born Slippy 02. Some more Vaseline fun 03. First layer 04. How many fingers are we holding? (Quick get his wallet!) 05. "I'll just think they're cucumbers." 06. Buckets of fun 07. "Good thing I shaved this morning" 08. Thumbs up! 09. Clean Up Aisle Four 10. Finishing Touches 11. Mumrah reveal thyself 12. Finished product: a large as life painted latex Milow replica Shout out's to Jonathan for being a good sport about this and not complaining, and big up's for Maarten for doing a heck of a job and helping us on our way. Go check out his work if you're in the country, we sure will.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 10/28/2005 09:27:00 PM ----- BODY:
If patience was a dollar, you guys'd be millionaires by now. First, my hat goes off to my readers for still hanging around this dumpholish blog of mine. It's true, you get used to the smell and it's always nice to be recognized somewhere but what you have put up with the last couple of months... if we were you, we'd seriously feel neglected. But we've got excuses a-plenty, as always. We have been busy when we weren't blogging. The Daily is doing The Milow. Or at least the video for his soon to be released single "One Of It". We can't lift too much of our skirts yet but keep checking in on us and maybe in a year or so we'll post an update with the full monty. As for now, you'll just have to believe us when we say this is gonna rock some asses all the way to Washington and back. We will however, 'cause you know that's how we roll, tease you with some behind the scenes photography of our day out, shooting stills that will end up in the clip. You might, or more likely might not, recognize multi-talented, all around nice guy Pieter Baert with his finger on the trigger, shooting for dear life the staged romance between Milow and Patience-award nominee Sieghild. Pieter has got a nice blog going for him, check it, leave some comments and tell him we said hello. Also, he's one of the founding fathers of drieduizend.be, just as note-worthy as the previous. The blog stops here you think? No sir, Milow himself does the blog-pandango for De Standaard Newspaper right here: Off The Record. Not to be confused with those harmonic beatboxing hipcats Off The Record, who by the way have released their full-lenght at the beginning of October. Anyway, it was a nice day, the rain stayed in and the shots turned out quite nice. Kudos to cast and crew. They always make us look good.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 9/21/2005 07:27:00 PM ----- BODY:
Giving you people the silent treatment for so long to only break that silence with some ads?! If we were you we'd give up hope on us and never check again. Than again you are you, and we like you, and we are we, and we like us. So enjoy the following. Soon we'll be bugging the hell out of you again on a regular basis. Be happy troopers in the meantime and play nice. * Stella Artois, apart from kiddieporn dungeons and the worst taxes on European soil, is what Belgium is famous for in the rest of the world. To promote the beer over in England they had an ad running this summer in several magazines that kept audiences guessing and nerds posting on fora. It kinda got viral and moved overseas where more nerds kept guessing, including yours truely. The ad consists of three typical English scenes that have been invaded by filmcharacters, props and winks. Every ad has 20-something movies hidden in it, some more obvious than others. So let's have a little contest here, first one to name as many films as he/she can wins a post named after him/her. We know, we know, wishfull thinking. We don't have any female readers. So send in your answers (we will know when you cheat and if you do, a puppy will die). Ten bonus points for the first one who spots the Fight Club refference. Props to Lowe London for the idea. Happy hunting: Beach (20 films) Park (19 films) Town (24 films) We will post the answers soon. Remember, the puppy will die. * Second ad of significance: Ford doet mirakels. (translates roughly into: Ford does miracles). I'm no partiot, but the next ad is not for a Belgian brand but props go out to Ogilvy Belgium for creating it. The people who read this and are from Belgium, might have noticed these billboards around the streets and more noticably in the stations of mayor cities (Brussels, Antwerp, Gent, Luik etc). It's just a close up of a face, nothing special. But something always struck me as odd with those pictures, I couldn't put my finger on it. They have a certain unheimlichkeit about them. Don't ask me to translate that, read here if you will. And now I know why. Apparently it's one of the first interactive billboards ever used commercially. Click here to see it in action. Read more about it on the official website if you will. If you do however, than mit ohne sound cuz the ed woodian comb-buzz the site produces makes us wanna axe our way thru several non-interactive billboards yelling "Here's Johnny!". That's all for now, more later. [update]: found this: a guy who works at Ogilvy explaining how the poster works.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 8/09/2005 04:05:00 PM ----- BODY:
We haven't been rolling along The Shadow lately, he did some pretty bad things in our book but we stumbled upon this and thought we'd share it. Herr Brian Udelhofen, studied percussion and mathematics, and has adapted Building Steam with a Grain of Salt from Shadow's Endtroducing for a percussion Quintet. The result sounds a little like this. Pretty neat! And if you kids have read this blog properly, ya'll remember this right? Indeed, an awesome post, thank you very much. Anyway, Shepard and DJ Davis have slapped their hands together to shake money out of our pockets. Yes, Obey DJ Shadow is born. Don't quite know what to think of this but we've got the same feeling as we did with the Martino Sandwich we found behind our cupboard the other day. We love the Martino but this just smells funny. We like our idols a little less sell-outery. Hold the vinegar too.
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What's the deal with Diplo? Where does he keep getting the chicks from and what's up with his videos? Check the video's here and here, some behind the scenes footage right here, here and here. Thanx to and3 @ antville. Also somewhat related and a must in Animation 101: Gertie The dinosaur. Bonus: since you've been all good and patient and sweet and apples for the teacher and stuff: Bonnie 'Prince' Billy's I Gave You by Mike Piscitelli who has brought us the equally nice Frusciante video (check Mike's site). Be nice to your siblings, play along with your co-workers. Live a happy fruitfull life. [update]: thank you Noctos: Another Diplo video and Diplo The Blogo and surely we'll all check this: Diplo: The Autobiography.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 8/07/2005 10:09:00 AM ----- BODY:
Yup, dead quite yet. And for our triumphant return we'd like to share with you something the nice people at Menomena (click at own risk) send us. It's their new promo for their old song of the album we found genius two years or so ago. It's still good and now with the promo running on mtv's we wish them all the luck with taking over the world, one monster at a time. The video is by soft citizen's Jonnie Ross. Supposably the hot new talent according Resfest'05. Click here for a quicktime version of the promo cuz the site loads for-ev-uh... Ah pook, it's good to be back.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 7/12/2005 07:34:00 PM ----- BODY:
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-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 6/07/2005 09:18:00 PM ----- BODY:
Loads of work. Haven't really got the time. Once again, we know, it's getting mighty old of us to say this. So let's get this baby cracking like rice crispy treats. * Those egotastic maniacs at Egotastic.com tell me that a script for a possible Batman vs. Superman movie is in the works, and the movie will go ahead depending on whether or not Batman Begins and Superman Returns are successful. I think we can all assume they will. Should the movie go ahead, Christian Bale and Brandon Routh will reprise their roles of Batman and Superman, respectively, as they are contracted to do so.

Here's a basic outline of the plot:

When Bruce Wayne goes out seeking bloody vengeance on the murderer of his new bride, Jennifer. Superman opposes him, fights him to the near death - then it's discovered that the guy behind Jennifer's murder is also this big baddie in Superman's circle and they unite to fight. Warner Bros. has commissioned a script from Andrew Kevin Walker ('Seven') with Wolfgang Petersen ('The Perfect Storm') directing. This is a different project from either Batman 5 or Superman 5.

* "But why would Superman do such a horrible thing like kicking The Bat to kingdom come?" asked Mr. Goap. "Cuz Superman's a dick!" we answered

* Uncle Dave's Scary Monsters by Uncle Dave and his nephews and nieces. Pretty brilliant stuff.

* Yuki promo by Nagi Noda. At first we thought why is that asian chick being so weird, it annoys us, then after a couple of seconds we thought it was gonna turn into a shitty Gondry/Chemical Bros. rip-off but then all of a sudden we started to see what was going on and now we kinda like it. Even the song, although repetitive sometimes, got sort of catchy.

* Finally to let you in on the tunes that been playing here at Daily Dolores Headquarters The Quantic Soul Orchestra - Introducing the QSO Hanne Hukkelberg - Cast Anchor Four Tet - Smile Around The Face Nobody - And Everything Else For those dans Le Bloque, good luck. For those on the payroll, reel'm in. And all the rest, Rock&Roll. [add on] Speaking of which Keltech Strikes Back
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 5/28/2005 11:14:00 AM ----- BODY:
Here we go: a ten minute trailer for the highly anticipated Batman Begins.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 5/25/2005 12:09:00 PM ----- BODY:
We bet it's getting boring us saying this but time is a thing we don't really have right now. So quickly here are some hits to smack it up, no explanations on these ones, you'll just have to trust us: * The Cat With Hands * The cybernatic Parrot Sausage * For Noctos: combining a thing he likes with a thing he really doesn't (Sasha Baron Cohen's mustard by the way) * Pump up the volumski * The Mill's Stunt City That is all for now. We'll be back soon. [update] He didn't quite handle that situation in a cool manner... What the hell is wrong with him, okay so he's got a new movie coming out, okay so he's (not) doing Katie Holmes but still... what drug is he on? Cruise Control: The Mov. Reminded me of a Conan O' Brien bit with Rebecca Romijn-Stamos.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 5/12/2005 01:06:00 PM ----- BODY:
Sorry gents and dolls, hectic lifestyle at the moment, no new posts for a while. Only a riddle in the header to keep you occupied. Have fun. [update] Okay okay, I can't leave you guys hi&dry for so long. Tell ya what, I'll throw in some links: Phoenix Foundation [update: fixed link plus add.info here and even more info right here] Geek Fantasies WTF I spoil u too often. Enjoy.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 4/09/2005 10:24:00 PM ----- BODY:
Lots of very nice promo's came about the last couple of weeks. Some of 'm making me so angry/envious/jealous, the kind of feelings you sometimes get when seeing something very good, things u wished you made but didn't. Anywho check the following: * Prey Alone This one is madness. Made almost entirely with 3ds max (btw Autodesk Media Entertainment sounds like poop). Only the actors are real. The surroundings, cars and some of the props; all cg. Obviously a Finchfucker made this but I'm not complaining. Download as target or save link as: HiRes and LoRes Quicktimes. On one of the 3d artists sites you can read some background info on how they did it. CGChannel has an interview and loads of "before&after" clips. * Carpark North - Human Go ahead and call me nutjob but this promo/videoclip is one of the best I've seen this year. Just watch it. And then watch it again. Then check out their site and watch some more of their stuff. * Lise W - Séance Cuz lately I'm into the subtle cg-thing. * Bonnie "Prince" Billy - No More Workhorse Harmony Korine does Will Oldham. Feelingsgraph for this video was: hated it then liked it then liked it better then thought it was about nothing and could go with any song then loved the last shot (worth checking out just for that shot) then hated Korine for being a cheese ass rip off because: * French Kicks - When Nuff said on the rip off. * Four Tet - Smile Around The Face Liked the music better than the video on this one.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 4/04/2005 03:01:00 PM ----- BODY:
Chris Cunningham does it again. At the time of Aphex Twin's Drukqs release he made a little promo called Rubber Johnny, it was about 30 seconds long and weird as shit. You can view it right here. He liked the character (which he plays himself) so much that he wanted to make it into an experimanetal short film. It's about a 16-year-old, inbred mutant's solitary existence, locked in a pitch-black basement by his ashamed parents. They are TV addict rednecks who occasionally feed Johnny and yell at him for making noise. Johnny's only company in the basement is his little dog. His dog's I.Q. far outstrips Johnny's, who is a completely insane, bi-polar imbecile. Go to the official site right here and watch the intro & trailer. For some more background-info, read an interview somewhere around... here. Now what's the cool part about all this, is there's a screening of this little gem under our noses in bxl at AB's Domino festival, which by the way has a pretty cooky line-up. Let's saddle up boys...
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/31/2005 11:47:00 AM ----- BODY:
Homestarpuppet & a live Strongbad on SXSW2005 here here & here If you have no idea what I'm talking about check here. And would someone please get that duck away from me?
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/30/2005 11:53:00 AM ----- BODY:
* Chemical Brothers - Believe Really like the idea of the video and it's not poorly executed, altho the 3D could've been better. But I'm being nitpicky. * Gorillaz - Rock it Not a big Gorillaz fan but something about this song made me watch it three times in a row. And also Jamie Hewlett used to be one of my idols. And still sometimes is. (Here's the video for their new single Feel Good Inc. aswell)
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/30/2005 11:41:00 AM ----- BODY:
Somewhere between cute and creepy lies the work of Loretta Lux.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/24/2005 12:28:00 PM ----- BODY:
Somewhere along the line this blog has become less regular, let alone daily, and more a "post by request" kinda thing. But put those hankies away because goodness is coming your way. Let's kick off the day with a quote by our favorite exterior paint specialist Mr. Banksy: "The time of getting fame for your name on its own is over. Artwork that is only about wanting to be famous will never make you famous. Any fame is a bi-product of making something that means something. You don't go to a restaurant and order a meal because you want to have a shit." Mr. Bansky brings me seamlessly to the three following links. 1) He went on a trip to New York and visited all it's musea. Disguised in beard and raincoat he contributed some art of his own. See it here but also some 'undercover' shots right here. It's unbelievable that he can pull stuff like this off but even more unbelievable that two of the four pieces are still up, eventhough it's out in the open on several sites and newsgazettes. 2) On the appreciation scale of one to ten, Shepard Fairey is right up there next to Banksy. The whole Obey Giant phenomenon, together with his Andre The Giant has a posse sticker campaign, has become cult over the years and made people aware of commercial overkill and mediareflection, just as Fairey hoped it would. The whole idea came to him after watching a particular movie, no doubt. The name of which being... 3) ... John Carpenter's They Live (Notice the absence of the exclamation mark), concerning the subtle takeover of a population by an alien race using subliminal messages which can only be viewed when using eyewear provided by the resistance group who has vowed to stop them. Also this film is responsible for one of the catchiest catchphrases ever stolen by a 3d-game character: "It's time to kick ass and chew bubblegum and I'm all outta gum". And finally, took me some time to relocate it but here it is N. : The Ring Hidden Camera Hysteria [extra treat #1] Interview with Shepard "Obey Giant" Fairey [extra treat #2] Todd Solondz new flick: Palindromes
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/15/2005 11:18:00 AM ----- BODY:
Bryan Singer doing the Peter Jackson thing right here. [update] part two [update some more] part three [add on] Nothing to do with Singer's Superman but the chud got an interview with Mr. Greengrass about the new Watchmen movie. Read it here and check back for part 2 soon.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/15/2005 10:54:00 AM ----- BODY:
French television channel 'Arte TV' has been running a series of behind-the-scenes documentaries on various Comic Book creators throughout the month of January. One of these episodes focuses exclusively on Chris Ware. The website for the series has video clips of every episode BUT Ware's, though they do offer a nice original flash animation of bits from Jimmy Corrigan (This is not the same animation as the one on the Pantheon site). Anyone who reads this site knows that I have an unhealthy obsession with the work of Mr. Ware, so it should come as no surprise that I've managed to obtain a copy of the episode in question.
A huge thanks goes to David Pouchard for recording the program and sending me the tape (You can view David's bibliography of Ware's work in French publications here). I got the PAL videotape transferred to DVD (Expensive!), and am seeding a torrent of a small (but watchable) quicktime file containing the entire episode. Click here if you don't know what a torrent is and follow the directions. Otherwise, you can grab the torrent file here. The show is mostly in English with french subtitles, so don't worry too much about the language barrier! (via Kempa.com)
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/15/2005 10:42:00 AM ----- BODY:
Long exposure photography + an idea of a Picasso photo + graphitti + bullet time = PipsLab
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/11/2005 05:23:00 PM ----- BODY:
The Greek Brothers are at it again. Mr. Beard and Mr. Weird are doing their thing on Kanibalfilms now. Serve raw with a nice Merlot.
-------- AUTHOR: Daily Dolores DATE: 3/11/2005 05:00:00 PM ----- BODY:
Award for best dreamsequence in a shoe advertisment goes to: Hello Tomorrow. Directed by Spike Jonze with music by Spike's 24 year old little hot newthing on the block composing brother Sam Spiegel and vocals by Karren O of Yeah Yeah Yeahs fame. But the kudos goes to the real brains behind this ad: Chuck McBride. See the ad HERE (60s version) or HERE (90s version)
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