Eric Wareheim

The Review Revue: TIM AND ERIC'S BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE

The Review Revue: TIM AND ERIC'S BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE

In “The Review Revue,” we turn dozens of movie reviews from all over the Internet into one handy blog post. It’s like super-concentrated orange juice for film criticism (with less pulp and Vitamin D). This week: we pay the price for TIM AND ERIC’S BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE.

THE COMEDY cast gets cozy at Sundance Channel HQ– With photos

THE COMEDY cast gets cozy at Sundance Channel HQ– With photos

Aamer Haleem interviews James Murphy, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, Kate Lyn Sheil, Alexia Rasmussen, and Rick Alverson of THE COMEDY for Festival Insider. Click below for the full gallery!

The Sundance Review Revue: TIM AND ERIC'S BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE

The Sundance Review Revue: TIM AND ERIC'S BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE

The Sundance Film Festival is known as a haven for indie filmmakers, but over its history it’s also been a very welcoming venue for indie-minded TV-makers as well. A surprising number of films spun off from television shows have premiered in Park City over the years, from WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER (from the creators of The State) to RUN RONNIE RUN (from the creators of Mr. Show) to STRANGERS WITH CANDY (from the creators of either Temptation Island or Strangers With Candy, I forget.). To that great tradition, we now add TIM AND ERIC’S BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE, written and directed by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, and made in the style of their beloved cult Adult Swim series, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! If you’re not familiar with Tim and Eric, I’m not inserting superlatives into the title; that’s the name of the show. And if you’re not familiar with Tim and Eric at this point, you probably don’t need to rush out to see their BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE, as word out of Park City indicates it’s largely a for-die-hard-fans-only affair.

Tim and Eric bring the drama to Sundance with THE COMEDY

Tim and Eric bring the drama to Sundance with THE COMEDY

If Las Vegas was taking bets on the breakout stars of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, the short odds would belong to Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim. The perennial cult favorites from the subversive Cartoon Network series Tim and Eric’s Awesome Show, Great Job! (which is so subversive, it’s — GASP!! — not even a cartoon) head to Park City this month with two brand new projects in tow. They wrote, directed, and starred in TIM AND ERIC’S BILLION DOLLAR MOVIE, which is part of this year’s Midnight slate, and they both appear in Rick Alverson’s competition film THE COMEDY.

Keep it getting weirder

Keep it getting weirder

Major Lazer “Keep it Going Louder” from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo. My obsession with music video director Eric Wareheim continues with yet another disturbing, yet fantastic video. Once again the band Major Lazer gets Wareheim’s freakish video treatment. The song is called “Keep it Going Louder” and it features your usual rap video girls shaking…

Depeche Mode remaining relevant with videos

Depeche Mode remaining relevant with videos

Depeche Mode “Hole To Feed” from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo.

Depeche Mode, relics of techno-pop, survivors of the 1980s are still crafting fantastic, and relevant, music. While surfing, of all places, Kanye West’s blog, I came across their video for “Hole To Feed” from their most recent album Sounds of the Universe. It says something that Kanye is citing the band as an inspiration.

Major Lazer's major video

Major Lazer's major video

Major Lazer “Pon De Floor” from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo. I was brought on board SUNfiltered to bring a gay voice to the blog, so I hope the above video for the song “Pon De Floor,” by Major Lazer, doesn’t seem out of place with my other posts. After all it is a riotous video depicting…