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  1. electronic456
    7 Hours Ago
    Well the Blu-Ray for AOE is officially out.

    Oh yeah, I made a thread on TFW2005 on how the movie timeline continuity works. Check it out, if you're bored.....

  2. CatsTuxedo
    14 Hours Ago
    Alright, thanks for the heads-up
  3. DeeBradleyBakerRules
    18 Hours Ago
    Sure, that would be awesome!
  4. BlankSlate
    1 Day Ago
    I like how your signature photo is Italian Spiderman. Or as I like to call him, Weird Al Spoony.
  5. DreamMaster08X
    4 Days Ago
    In terms of music, during my time in Music Appreciation class, I've heard several surreal-like pieces from the likes of composer Arnold Schoenburg (if I'm spelling it right). When you listen to some of his works, it's very unconventional and sometimes jarring to listen to (when first played, his works were panned because of this). But sometimes, you can't help but become drawn to them. As I said, intrigue plays a big part in it.

    The one band I can think of that utilizes this to such unorthodox methods is Primus (somewhere in my Top 5/10 favorite bands). They're music sometimes are atonal/hard to follow (where bass overpowers and guitar lines stretch), and the use of storytelling in their lyrics can be labeled uber-weird. There two most "Primus-like" songs are "My Name Is Mud" and "Jerry Was A Racecar Driver", and they give a pretty accurate definition of what they are.

    That, and sometimes the likes of the Gorillaz crosses the line, but that's more with the use of animation, too.
  6. DreamMaster08X
    5 Days Ago
    I had watched Yellow Submarine last night (for the third time overall), and I somewhat felt the need to ask what your opinion was on the subject of surrealism. Well, the movie isn't so much surreal as it is... trippy. I'm not so much really talking solely about surreality rather than... well, anything considered along the lines of crazy.

    I also brought this up because, frankly, I'm a bit of a sucker for surreal-like elements in both movies and music (have you seen my lineup of favorites in both categories? ), since I find it both aesthetically pleasing and intriguing, and it's something I can find I appreciate in most cases. Since this is the case for me, I was wondering what you might've thought about it, given you probably aren't as crazy about them as I am. Hearing an opinion from a more, for lack of a better term.... normal person (to an extent), it's interesting to learn of another's POV, and a bit refreshing, too.
  7. DreamMaster08X
    5 Days Ago
    I meant to ask, as we are both movie enthusiasts: what is your general outlook on crazy/surreal-like elements in movies? Just a thought I had.
  8. electronic456
    6 Days Ago
    Hey Tyler, I found a clip in regards to the voice acting in AOE . I was wondering if this interests you.
  9. Autovolt
    1 Week Ago
  10. Autovolt
    1 Week Ago
    I'll try to help you guys out with that. Probably best to start from Clocker's debut episode.

    though i look at Clocker and think Brad Swaile would have been a better fit.

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