The official trailer for Terry Gilliam’s latest film “The Zero Theorem” is out and it looks like it might actually be good?! There is a question mark on the end there because, well, “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” was so terrible I kinda completely lost faith. Christoph Waltz does feel like the perfect fit for a Terry Gilliam film though. I really hope the quote in the trailer about this being his greatest work since Brazil is true. Watch the official trailer below.
I am not a gamer by any stretch of the imagination but I do like puzzles. A few years ago a Danish publisher called Playdead released an indie puzzle game called “Limbo” that completely blew my mind. It was kinda dark, with beautifully stylized animation, and insanely difficult puzzles. The game really struck a chord, won all kinds of awards, and scored 10/10 on many sites. (If you have an iPad, you should get this game for your next flight.)
Playdead has just released a trailer for their new game “Inside” and it looks spectacular. I probably won’t post about video games too often but this is a work of art. I kinda wish it was a movie; I don’t even own an Xbox. Watch the trailer below.
The trailer for artist Thomas Campbell’s new film “Cuatro Suenos Pequenos” (four small dreams) was just release and it looks fantastic. The 21-minute surreal skate adventure was shot entirely on 16mm and features Javier Mendizabal and Madars Apse, with music by Chiwoks. Watch below!
I’m stoked for “Sanjay and Craig” to debut next month on Nickelodeon! If you haven’t heard, the minds behind the show are Andreas Trolf, Jim Dirschberger and Jay Howell. How cool is it that a cartoon featuring Jay Howell characters will be on tv! Looks like all those animations for Vans paid off!
The cast includes Maulik Pancholy (30 Rock), Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks), Matt Jones (Badger on Breaking Bad), and Tony Hale (Arrested Development).
Watch the official trailer below!
“Spitsbergen is home to more polar bears than people and also to the ghost town of Piramida, which was abandoned overnight in 1998, and today stands as a slowly decaying ruin still full of physical memories like the world´s northernmost piano.”
I love seeing what lengths they go to just to discover and record sounds! Watch the clip below!