From Bill Bailey's current stand-up tour.posted by deputydog 1 decade 9 months 2 weeks ago • 2,441 views
Bon Iver, surely the best band for a couple of years, decided to sing 'For Emma' in a hallway before they started a gig in Paris. Beautiful.posted by deputydog 1 decade 6 months 2 weeks ago • 2,435 views • 2:25
To women. In their eighties. It just don't make no sense.posted by deputydog 9 years 3 months 3 weeks ago • 2,850 views
'Philip Pullman, addressing an audience at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford, was asked about whether his latest book, The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ, was offensive. Here's his reply.' - Boing Boingposted by deputydog 9 years 5 months 3 weeks ago • 4,360 views
Fantastic short film by Spike Jonze that debuted at the 2010 Sundance Film Festivalposted by deputydog 9 years 6 months ago • 1,764 views
Episode 8: Zach sits down with Ben Stiller.posted by deputydog 9 years 6 months ago • 5,008 views
All the best, see you in 2010, and good luck with the sprouts.
Slashfilm describe the film as 'a contemporary sci-fi actioner set within the architecture of the mind'. Looks great.posted by deputydog 1 decade 3 weeks ago • 4,859 views
just watch the first 90 seconds and check out the rewind.posted by deputydog 1 decade 3 weeks ago • 4,566 views
I need some advice.
Like many people these days, I watch programmes after they've run at least a couple of series so I don't have to wait a week between each episode. For that reason, plus the fact that we're massively behind when it comes to these things, myself and my missus are just about to finish watching The Sopranos after battering it to death for the past few months. Previous to that we spent our free time watching Lost (only continued watching the last few series due to the time already invested), Heroes (seriously disappointing after the first series), Damages (again, downhill after the first series), This Life (awesome british drama).
So the question is: What do we watch next? It's a big decision. Whatever we decide on will take over our lives for the foreseeable future. I'm still thinking in Tony Soprano's accent at the moment.
Here are the options...
1. The Wire (haven't watched a single minute of it)
2. Deadwood (i know nothing about it apart from the fact that Lovejoy features)
3. West Wing (watched the first few episodes and then got sidetracked)
4. 24 (watched one episode a couple of years back)
5. ER (never got past the 3rd series)
6. Six Feet Under (a couple of people i know swear by this programme)
I know, I know. It's a criminal amount of quality tv that we've never given a chance but other shit always seemed to get in the way. On the plus side, we've got a huge amount of quality tv to watch.
So which one first?
(as a sidenote, we've never watched the following either... Battlestar Galactica, True Blood, Dexter. i've not included them because from what i've heard i'm pretty sure my girlfriend wouldn't enjoy it. this needs to be a team effort. there's nothing worse than watching a programme with someone who isn't as engrossed)
She has a twin sister called Camila. You must watch this video in High Def, fullscreen. NSFW was chosen as a precaution.posted by deputydog 1 decade 3 weeks ago • 12,573 views
being a non-gambler i'm not sure if this would actually work but it's a great scene from a great movie which, incidentally, was originally called Sydneyposted by deputydog 1 decade 1 month ago • 3,644 views
a short clip from firefly about faith.posted by deputydog 1 decade 2 years 4 months 1 week ago • 1,636 views
As per usual, this looks brilliant. Plus it's a great trailer.posted by deputydog 1 decade 1 month 2 weeks ago • 1,678 views