Posted in Music, tagged Animation, Art, Darth Vader, Entertainment, film, George Lucas, Gotye, Humour, Movies, Music, Parody, Somebody That I Used to Know, Star Wars, Videos on May 14, 2013| 1 Comment »
Why not lose yourself in another stop motion short film?
Lost Things (2010) written and directed by Angela Kohler and Ithyle Griffiths.
Music “Sleepwaking” by A Fine Frenzy.
Posted in Art, Movies, Music, tagged Art, Arts, Episode VII, film, Movies, Music, Star Wars, Star Wars Day Of The Dead, Star Wars Parody, The Force Awakens, Top Stories on December 8, 2012| 3 Comments »
There’s a galaxy full of Star Wars features – like this one: https://lilywight.com/2012/05/25/darth-vader-has-a-throbbing-saber/ – right here at Lily Wight ~ The Arcade of Arts & Arcana.
Head to the sidebar to search our archives but, before you go, take a look at these amazing Day of The Dead inspired Star Wars sugar skulls, a super trooper and a Skywalker song spoof…
Posted in Movies, Music, tagged Art, Arts, Darth Vader, Entertainment, film, George Lucas, Gotye, Humour, Movies, Music, Parody, Science Fiction, Somebody That I Used to Know, Star Wars, Videos on June 29, 2012| 8 Comments »
Click the link above to view an inspired Star Wars themed video that you used to know…
Once in a while somebody comes along with a custom-crafted video that just hits the mark. This one by teddiefilms brings together the superb combination of sound and visuals of Gotye (Somebody That I Used To Know) – and some quirky one-liners to give George Lucus and his prequels a highly qualified pasting. I love the stand-in for the ft.Kimbra role. It ain’t a woman. The actor really plays (him) well. :o)
You treat me like a Bantha and I feel so low
What Happened to the Star Wars that I used to know?
And what’s the deal with having me be dubbed over (Noooooooooo!)
DARTH GOTYE: Tyson Apostol
GEORGE L: Mike Loveland (http://www.ollibird.com)
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Thanks for introducing me to Storm Corrosion. It’s the video that caught my eye – amazing animation, I’m sure my visitors will love it (or have sleepless nights!).
Here as promised.
As with any Supergroup or side project involving big names there is the added pressure to succeed or at least, you’d hope, sound good. Metallica and Lou Reed failed at even this, most pedestrian of accomplishments. Chickenfoot, Black Country Communion and Adrenaline Mob are all concurrent bands among many that have stared down the barrel of Supergroup hype. Storm Corrosion fits into this bracket nicely as it contains two giant names and has, it seems, been on tips of many tongues now for three or four years, and briefly on Mike Portnoy’s until he was once again left out in the cold.
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Well, it’s just perfect isn’t it? xx Thank you G of G x
Posted in Hull: City of Culture, Music, tagged David McVicar, England, Giuseppe Verdi, Kingston upon Hull, La traviata, Lily Wight, Metropolitan Opera, Odeon, Peter Gelb, Rigoletto on April 17, 2012| Leave a Comment »
Live screening of Rigoletto at selected cinemas tonight.
I‘ll be enjoying a lull in Hull and checking it out 😉