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Here's a fine mashup, actually an imaginative re-editing of O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000), as a horror movie. Short, elegant, spooky.
(via Jim Groom a Twitter)
June 27, 2007 at 20:14 in Film, Gothic as everyday life | Permalink
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You're quite right, this isn't so much a mashup as it is an imaginative re-editing. I think the term mashup has become so fast and loose for me that I am starting to apply it to just about everything that is remixed. Thanks for the link and I am glad I could begin to repay the accumulating debt of all the wonderful links I get from Infocult -I constantly use the Foucault/Chomsky video, still haunt the Muppets Wiki, remain transfixed by the Bert I video, and I am ever more excited about the Transformers movie. All thanks to the best speed metal Goth blog in town :)
June 27, 2007 at 23:00
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