heidi: (IM2)
A mashup of Supernatural, Glee, Heroes, Thor and Sherlock for a comprehensive examination of brotherly feelings in modern media formats, aka a lot of EMOTIONS!!! with Winchesters, Andersons, Petrellis, Odinsons and Holmeses.

Because really, when are they not angsty?

Set to Darren Criss & Matt Bomer's duet of Gotye's Somebody That I Used to Know
Spoilers for random episodes of all serieses/films including Glee 3.15.

Are you ready for the angsting? The melodious, musical, fraught, broyaytastic angsting? Good! Click here! )

You can also click to watch it here, and it's on my tumblr too!

Note: I saw Avengers this weekend; the vid was completed before I saw the film and there is nothing I would have done otherwise. I may remaster it and include a clip or two when a good copy of Avengers comes out sometime late this summer, but since I did this vid before seeing the film (omgflailSOGOODspoilerycommentslater) it is not spoilery for Avengers.

Why....

Feb. 23rd, 2011 09:47 am
heidi: (Parade)
Why don't I have an icon that says gleespoiler ) yet?

I should probably bid on some icon makers' goodies at [livejournal.com profile] help_nz (If you're not following it yet, you should!)

And why the hell doesn't the Gleetour go anywhere on the east coast south of Washington, DC? Atlanta, at least, would've been viable - but if Aaron is working in NY during any of the northeast dates I may just manage it...

Why....

Feb. 23rd, 2011 09:47 am
heidi: (Parade)
Why don't I have an icon that says gleespoiler ) yet?

I should probably bid on some icon makers' goodies at [livejournal.com profile] help_nz (If you're not following it yet, you should!)

And why the hell doesn't the Gleetour go anywhere on the east coast south of Washington, DC? Atlanta, at least, would've been viable - but if Aaron is working in NY during any of the northeast dates I may just manage it...
heidi: (Xanadu)
I was thinking about last night's Rocky Horror Glee, and saw someone wonder about the teens who saw the episode without having seen Rocky Horror beforehand (and is it only me who remembers the film originally being Rated X at least it's release on VHS in the early 90s?). Yes, everyone has been exposed to The Time Warp, but what will the teens think of the bits of the storyline? Won't they be spoiled for the film itself?

I can't be the only kid born in the 70s whose first exposure to RHPS wasn't from actually going to a midnight film, which I did in July of 1987 in Harvard Yard when I was doing a summer thug at Tufts. No, the first time I saw clips from it, and people getting up to "do" the show was in Fame when Doris and Ralph go to the show and Doris ends up taking off her shirt and joins in - did they go to the one in The Village in NY? I finally went to that sometime during the summer of 1989. I was probably 12 or 13 when. I saw Fame, but in retrospect I was probably too young - there was a lot I didn't 'get'. But when the tv show started, i was such a die-hard fan. I never missed a week! I think I still have e episode where they did Othello on videotape somewhere.

I don't think I've seen RHPS in a movie theater since maybe 1992 but it was a staple of Halloween parties through the 90s. My daugter sang The Time Warp at her pre-kindergarten graduation, and I've shown her Columbia tap dancing via YouTube.

While I'm waiting with excitement for Darren Criss to show up - in two weeks! Yay! - and looking forward to Puck's return, and loved the somgs as usual - possibly more than normal as there wasn't a Major Rachel Number - I suffered Will-squick. Again. And I'm just not into Sam. But I have preordered the Christmas Episode and for all the issues Glee has, at least it's not as bad as a certain piece on the Marie Claire website.
heidi: (Xanadu)
I was thinking about last night's Rocky Horror Glee, and saw someone wonder about the teens who saw the episode without having seen Rocky Horror beforehand (and is it only me who remembers the film originally being Rated X at least it's release on VHS in the early 90s?). Yes, everyone has been exposed to The Time Warp, but what will the teens think of the bits of the storyline? Won't they be spoiled for the film itself?

I can't be the only kid born in the 70s whose first exposure to RHPS wasn't from actually going to a midnight film, which I did in July of 1987 in Harvard Yard when I was doing a summer thug at Tufts. No, the first time I saw clips from it, and people getting up to "do" the show was in Fame when Doris and Ralph go to the show and Doris ends up taking off her shirt and joins in - did they go to the one in The Village in NY? I finally went to that sometime during the summer of 1989. I was probably 12 or 13 when. I saw Fame, but in retrospect I was probably too young - there was a lot I didn't 'get'. But when the tv show started, i was such a die-hard fan. I never missed a week! I think I still have e episode where they did Othello on videotape somewhere.

I don't think I've seen RHPS in a movie theater since maybe 1992 but it was a staple of Halloween parties through the 90s. My daugter sang The Time Warp at her pre-kindergarten graduation, and I've shown her Columbia tap dancing via YouTube.

While I'm waiting with excitement for Darren Criss to show up - in two weeks! Yay! - and looking forward to Puck's return, and loved the somgs as usual - possibly more than normal as there wasn't a Major Rachel Number - I suffered Will-squick. Again. And I'm just not into Sam. But I have preordered the Christmas Episode and for all the issues Glee has, at least it's not as bad as a certain piece on the Marie Claire website.
heidi: (Sunshine!)
Oh, GLEE! GLEE!!!! )
heidi: (Sunshine!)
Oh, GLEE! GLEE!!!! )
heidi: (Parade)
Quick glee thought.  )
heidi: (Parade)
Quick glee thought.  )
heidi: (Squee 3)
Oh, GLEE! GLEEGLEEGLEE! )
And we have to fucking wait until APRIL?

Ah well, at least the boys will be in Vanity Fair this spring!

ETAChuck! Sneak preview of the new season! )

Well, at least that's something to enjoy come January...
heidi: (Squee 3)
Oh, GLEE! GLEEGLEEGLEE! )
And we have to fucking wait until APRIL?

Ah well, at least the boys will be in Vanity Fair this spring!

ETAChuck! Sneak preview of the new season! )

Well, at least that's something to enjoy come January...
heidi: (texting 3)
Oh, GLEE! GLEEGLEEGLEE! )
And we have to fucking wait until APRIL?

Ah well, at least the boys will be in Vanity Fair this spring!
heidi: (Default)
[Poll #1484573]

Also, Yuletide sign-ups close soon, SHOW is on tonight and I've played three songs from last night's GLEE at least a dozen times each today.
heidi: (Default)
[Poll #1484573]

Also, Yuletide sign-ups close soon, SHOW is on tonight and I've played three songs from last night's GLEE at least a dozen times each today.
heidi: (Elphie)
Oh, Glee! I don't know what I loved most about this episode because there were so many moments and songs! )

Don't the previews for next week look adorable! But I'll be in LA and probably won't see it until I fly home the next day as we're going out with friends from college on Wednesday night. But even so, I am so, so, so glad to have GLEE back!

And not just because a full season run for GLEE means that Fox has cut back its order to Past Lives from 14ish episodes to SIX, which is fantastic because that show is truly one of the worst things I have ever seen in my life. I ranted about it a bit when I saw the pilot at comic con, and I wish it were better because the cast members were all lovely but spoilers for the pilot ) I'm sorry, after an hour of focus on the details of what happened, and her really tragic and nightmare-inducing murder, I am glad that the show is not going to make it beyond six episodes.

Sorry, I'm in month five of having occasional nightmares based on that episode so it makes me a bit ranty. If you have any Kids In Peril triggers, do not watch the show or even read summaries of the first episode. Spare yourself what I put myself through. And yes, I know I put this bit outside a cut tag, because I think it's important that people know before any of the PR for the show begins.

Hell, Fox, why are you even going to air those six episodes instead of more, oh I dunno, Dollhouse. Which, yes, has its issues but they don't involve murdered kids.
heidi: (Elphie)
Oh, Glee! I don't know what I loved most about this episode because there were so many moments and songs! )

Don't the previews for next week look adorable! But I'll be in LA and probably won't see it until I fly home the next day as we're going out with friends from college on Wednesday night. But even so, I am so, so, so glad to have GLEE back!

And not just because a full season run for GLEE means that Fox has cut back its order to Past Lives from 14ish episodes to SIX, which is fantastic because that show is truly one of the worst things I have ever seen in my life. I ranted about it a bit when I saw the pilot at comic con, and I wish it were better because the cast members were all lovely but spoilers for the pilot ) I'm sorry, after an hour of focus on the details of what happened, and her really tragic and nightmare-inducing murder, I am glad that the show is not going to make it beyond six episodes.

Sorry, I'm in month five of having occasional nightmares based on that episode so it makes me a bit ranty. If you have any Kids In Peril triggers, do not watch the show or even read summaries of the first episode. Spare yourself what I put myself through. And yes, I know I put this bit outside a cut tag, because I think it's important that people know before any of the PR for the show begins.

Hell, Fox, why are you even going to air those six episodes instead of more, oh I dunno, Dollhouse. Which, yes, has its issues but they don't involve murdered kids.
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