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Watch Depeche Mode Perform on

As previously reported, the “Live on Letterman” full concert web series welcomed Depeche Mode last night. They performed a number of songs off their upcoming album Delta MachineThey then performed “Heaven” on “Late Show With David Letterman”; watch a video of that performance below. Readers in North America can watch the full “Live” performance here, and the full set is also streaming on Soundcloud, via a fan account. http://bit.ly/Zwtxhv

Delta Machine, the follow-up to 2009’s Sounds of the Universe, is out March 26 via Columbia.


The Archive: Luis Bunuel, Andrei Tarkovsky, Stanley Kubrick, Akira Kurosawa & More

The Archive is a collection of cinephile-friendly findings around the web, including rare or never-before-seen photos, interviews, footage or any other bits related to classic cinema made by TheFilmStage. Check out the rundown below. Or read more here: http://bit.ly/ZrKM5l

Luis Buñuel was born on this day in 1900. See a photo of him with Catherine Deneuve on the set of Belle du Jour and a one-hour documentary on his 21-film stretch of making films in Mexico below. [The Guardian/Cinephilia & Beyond]

Wim Wenders discusses Wings of Desire in 13-minute commentary. [Digifruitella]

Andrei Tarkovsky‘s movies are streaming for free. [Open Culture]

Watch a visual essay on the three different aspect ratios (1.33:1 ; 1.66:1; 1.85:1) for On the Waterfront and watch Martin Scorsese discuss the film.

Michael Haneke‘s take on Mozart‘s Cosi Fan Tutte is debuting in Spain this weekend. [Teatro Real]

Humphrey Bogart‘s make-up test for John Huston‘s The Maltese Falcon (notice the misspelling). [tylerweaver]

Clark Gable, Shirley Temple, Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland at MGM. [emmafgreen]

Watch all of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s 10-part masterpiece Dekalog. [Xanthinusa4]

Stanley Kubrick on the Spain set of Spartacus in 1959. [FilmmakerIQ]

Watch Alex Cox‘s 50-minute documentary on Akira Kurosawa, featuring the late Donald Richie. [iambags]

Wes Anderson‘s ten favorite New York movies includes The Apartment, The Sweet Smell of Success, Rosemary’s Baby and more.  [NY Daily News]

Marlon Brando prepping on the set of Francis Ford Coppola‘s Apocalypse Now. [Reddit]

The five unusual habits of Orson Welles. [InkTank]

Watch a 45-minute documentary on the making of Stanley Kubrick‘s Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. [Filmmaker IQ]

Yasujiro Ozu on the set of Late Spring. [Criterion Corner]

How cinematographer Roger Deakins got ten famous shots. [Vulture]

Michelangelo Antonioni and Jack Nicholson on the set of The Passenger. [FilmmakerIQ]

Watch a video detailing Saul Bass‘ title sequences for Alfred Hitchcock‘s Vertigo, North by Northwest and Psycho.

Satyajit Ray, Michelangelo Antonioni and Akira Kurosawa at the Taj Mahal. [Kino Images]

See more from The Archive here 


Matt Bellamy (Photo: AFP)

Matt Bellamy (Photo: AFP)

After spending the past few weeks in Los Angeles in order to take part in variousGRAMMY Awards activities, Muse will return to London to headline the 2013 Brit Awards in support of War Child’s 20th anniversary. The benefit concert will take place at the historic theater, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

With the concert having sold out in less than three minutes, this is the only way to watch Muse’s performance. The webcast can be seen live via War Child’s YouTube channel, Monday, February 18 at 4 pm EST / 1 pm PST.

War Child is a group of 27 individuals working in an old false teeth factory in north London with the single goal of aiding children of war-torn areas. The non-profit organization provides medical care and safe havens, rebuilds schools and helps children get their voices heard.

Bands that have previously played the War Child concert include ColdplayThe KillersBlur and Kasabian.

Read more here: Muse To Stream War Child Concert Live From London « The World Famous KROQ – Alt Rock Music News, Photos, Videos, Concerts.

Watch the band make the concert announcement as they knock a ball back and forth on their personally branded ping pong table.

– Jay Tilles, CBS Local




Tom Odell releases ‘Hold Me’ on April 1. The track serves as the lead single from his debut album Long Way Down, which follows on April 15. Watch the official music video below:


by dacey orr for paste magazine image from popmontreal.com

Watch one of Southern California’s most respected punk bands tear up the Red Bull Sound Space today at 3PM PT.

To celebrate the release of Bad Religion’s 16th studio album, True North, the band will webcast today’s (January 22) live performance from the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQTune in at 3:00 PM PST / 6:00PM PST to hear songs from the new album as well a few punk classics.

Click here to watch Bad Religion’s webcast at 3PM PS

True North boasts 16 songs in a mere 35 minutes. Why so quick and concise? Read here and find out why http://bit.ly/10r0wob

True North, streaming below, is available in stores today.


Black Metal will be available to screen from today, January 17th, until January 27th at Sundance Music Festival

Read more stories about the movie at http://www.metalinjection.net/latest-news/watch-the-short-film-black-metal-before-it-premieres-at-sundance

Black Metal is for you, by you, and because of you. We hope you will enjoy it.


Fringe Group Portrait Season 5 - H 2012

A two-minute trailer touting the two-hour series closer, airing Friday, ups the stakes.

 Fox has released the official trailer for the beloved sci-fi drama’s series finale, airing this Friday, and while there’s a shade of nostalgia throughout, an feeling of uneasiness creeps in.

The stakes for Olivia, Peter, Walter and company have been dramatically upped during the fifth and final season — and the final episodes of Fringe will likely top all, with “one final battle.”

Fringe airs its two-hour series finale 8 p.m. Friday on Fox.


-source hollywoodreporter.com


Games are perhaps the most important category of mobile apps. Good games sell smartphones and tablets, keep grownups entertained and small children quiet. Dominating the app-store charts, a good game can make mobile developers millions of dollars, or at least keep them in business to take a stab another stab at greatness.

Another positive factor for mobile games in 2012 is that most major independent and major game studios now release games on both iOS and Android – and sometimes other platforms as well. This means smartphone users can get the best games no matter which leading mobile platform they use.

Apple and Google have shared their leading iOS and Android games for 2012. ReadWrite’s Top 10 highlights some of those choices, along with a few picks of our own:

10. Angry Birds Star Wars

$0.99 – iOSAndroid

Angry Birds Star Wars is perhaps the best entry yet in the Angry Birds franchise. Especially if you like Star Wars. Rovio’s latest hit brings Luke, Leia, Han Solo, X-Wings, the Millenium Falcon and even the Death Star to Angry Birds in a fascinating mix of space-based physics and fun new features. Ever wanted to use a lightsaber to on one of those pesky piggies? Now is your chance.

9. Triple Town

Free – iOSAndroid

Mobile games have grown increasingly sophisticated, to the point where games that used to live only on consoles like the Xbox and Playstation are now rendered beautifully on your smartphone. But some of the best mobile games exist purely for smartphones, designed for the casual gamer looking to kill some time waiting for the train. The surprisingly addictive Triple Town is that kind of game. This puzzle game gives you a plot of land where you combine items like trees and bushes to create houses until you have built the best town possible before the angry bears clog up your map. Triple Town is deceptively simple and tons of fun.

8. Naught

$0.99 – iOSAndroid

Naught is one of the most artistic and dynamic games to hit mobile devices since Contre Jour captivated users in 2011. This shadowy game uses gravity to explore an underground world full of levels that twist and turn to the point where you can never quite figure out what is up and what is down. Naught also employs the gyroscope on your mobile device to allow you to control your character by manipulating your device to let gravity pull you further down the rabbit hole.

7. SHADOWGUN: Deadzone

Free – iOSAndroid

Some of the best games of the personal computer era were first-person shooters. Games like Doom featured original point-of-view of the action and extreme violence. In the mobile era, first-person shooters are becoming more sophisticated, easier to control, employ better graphics and… remain incredibly violent. SHADOWGUN: Deadzone is one of the best in this category for 2012. It is interesting and fun, a little cheesy and in your face. Put it all together and it’s one of the best free games you will find on a mobile device.

6. Waking Mars

$1.99 – iOSAndroid

Apple chose Waking Mars as its runner up for Game of the Year in 2012. It might have won best game from Apple if it was exclusive to iOS, but this dynamic game can also be found on Android. Life has been discovered in caves on the planet Mars: Your job is to help bring the sleeping planet back to life, spelunking around Martian caves on Mars on your jetpack, trying to survive and help the Red Planet realize its potential to support life.

5. Walking Dead: The Game

Free – iOS

Choose you own adventure meets the world of comic books meets zombies meets your iPad. Walking Dead: The Game is based on Robert Kirkman’s Walking Dead comics and is not your classic shoot-the-zombie-hordes type of video game. Walking Dead is a psychological mindtwist told in comic book form where you attempt to save a woman named Clementine from the zombie apocalypse in five gripping episodes. The app itself is free to download, but you have to buy new episodes through in-app purchases. (Note, game trailer contains adult language. )

4. The Bard’s Tale

$1.99 – iOSAndroid

Wenches, ale and gold… but this is not your classic hero-based role playing game. The anti-hero Bard takes the easy route in this irreverent RPG on iOS and Android. Lyrical and witty, The Bard’s Tale is the best game of its category in 2012. Save the world? Or search for coin and cleavage? You can probably guess what the Bard is going to choose.

3. Horn

$6.99 – iOSAndroid

Only Zynga would have the audacity to charge $6.99 for a mobile game on iOS and Android. Yet Zynga pulled off something very cool in Horn, a third-person point-of-view adventure game where you are a blacksmith’s apprentice who wakes to find his village full of monsters. Turns out, those monsters are the blacksmith’s fellow townspeople, transformed by some weird curse. Battle your way through with your decidedly odd sidekick in a game that is both an epic adventure and role-playing-game (RPG), all in one.

2. Ingress

Free (Invite Only) – Android

One of the most intriguing games to hit any mobile devices this year, Ingress is still only in invite-only mode but. When reviewing Ingress, I thought that the game, from Google’s Niantic Labs, had the potential to truly define what a mobile game could be. It employs augmented/alternate reality, location and social features through a unique massive-multiplayer setting: the real world. Hack portals, control Exotic Matter, battle for the Enlightenment or the Resistance. Ingress can be mildly addictive (and somewhat dangerous) once you get your hands on an invite.

1. The Room

$1.99 – iOS
Apple’s App Store editors crowned The Room as Game of the Year for 2012. And deservedly so. The Room is beautiful, simple, easy to control and complex, all at the same time. This puzzle game deserves to top any best apps of the year list. The Room is one of those apps that will long be imitated by aspiring game developers.
— all article written by dan rowinski for readwrite.com

Django Unchained has released a final trailer, featuring a few new snippets of footage from Quentin Tarantino’s Deep South tale of revenge and redemption.

The new trailer includes a couple more looks at Kerry Washington’s character Broomhilde, the wife of Jamie Foxx’s Django, held captive by the villainous Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio).

There are also some new scenes between Django and his mentor Schultz (Christoph Waltz), as the older man readies his protégé for his new life a bounty hunter.

Take a look below…

As with most of the others that have gone before, the new trailer is impossibly cool, and gives a nice taste of the razor-sharp dialogue and note-perfect performances that really set the film apart. Meanwhile, giving a few extra scenes away matters less when you’re working with a 3 hour run-time.

Co-starring Don Johnson, Samuel L. Jackson and Walton GogginsDjango Unchained opens in the UK on 18 January 2012.

–words and image from george wales for totalfilm.com


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