To celebrate Easter weekend Slacker Shack‘s decided to share a seasonal post from the happyplace.com website.
Click here to check out lots of very (accidentally) scary Easter bunny rabbit photos (like the one above). Eggsellent!
Phosphorescent‘s Song For Zula is taken from his new album, Muchacho. It’s a great album and this song is one of those ‘goosebump’ tunes that hooked into my heart the first time I heard it a couple of weeks ago. A bit like Bon Iver‘s, Flume, or the Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘, Maps (maybe it’s something to do with the strings, the world weary vocals or the fluttering beats) it leaves me a bit breathless every time I hear it.
Here’s the video:
IFHY is taken from Tyler‘s forthcoming WOLF album, which is out on 2nd April.
The Origins film was pretty crap – this however, looks a lot better. Then again, it’s based on the excellent Frank Miller and Chris Claremont graphic novel – arguably the collection that made Wolverine the Marvel comics heavyweight he is today – so, the source material is undoubtedly top class.
Check out the newly released trailer for The Wolverine below:
The Wolverine hits UK cinemas on the 26th July.
You know that moment late at night when you’re trying to get to sleep and all you can think about is what certain actresses would look like without teeth?
What do you mean ‘no’ – we all have that moment don’t we:
Check out some more actresses ‘without teeth’ here.
Here’s the new Yeah Yeah Yeah‘s video for Sacrilege – starring British model and actress Lily Cole:
Their new album Mosquito is out on the 15th April (and the 16th in the US).
Back in November, the first trailer for World War Z got a mixed reception from fans of the book, but nevertheless zombie film fans seemed overwhelmingly excited.
The film has had a few production problems with seven weeks of re-shooting required last year. So, what the resulting film will end up like is anyone’s guess. What is for certain is the second trailer (which arrived online earlier today) certainly looks impressively epic – check it out below:
And if you like that, here’s the first trailer for those of you who may of missed it the first time around (or just want to watch it again):
After originally scheduling in a 21st December 2012 release, the new release date is 21st June. It’ll be interesting to see if it’s as exciting as the trailers suggest.