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Next Cinematic Titanic episode, live show announced

Josh just threw another shovel of coal in the furnace and fired up the ol’ emailer for another “Email Club” update, and it’s a doozy. First of all, next month’s episode of Cinematic Titanic will feature the film Doomsday Machine, a 1970s space clunker. A trailer will be out on Tuesday, but Email Clubbers get a sneak peak right now. I won’t give out the link or the password, but I’m sure someone will have it on YouTube before you can say “William Shatner’s toup-“… See?

Also announced in the email is another live show. The crew has been invited to perform at the L.A. Film Festival, 8:30PM on June 21st at the Ford Amphitheater. Tickets are $12 (and, ironically, cheaper than it will be to buy the show on DVD). They’ll be riffing Roger Corman’s Wasp Woman, as they did a few weeks ago in Dallas. Interesting that they aren’t releasing that one next.

If you want access to the higher-quality MOV file of the Doomsday trailer, well, join the email club. Lazy. I’ll post the trailer when it goes public on Tuesday, when it won’t really be of any use to anyone anymore. Oh, Internet…

UPDATE: Or, fine, screw it: Go here, and the password is “timetube,” minus quotation marks. Thanks for ruining our eliteness, Wired. Assholes.


4 Responses

  1. Them’s fightin’ words there at the end, Josh Elvis!

  2. “a gumball machine on a robot? i’m sorry but that’s just LAME.”


  3. Up next, Wired posts Photoshop serial numbers and “KEWL CRAKZ0RZ”

  4. You know, I understand Wired’s perspective to a degree. I mean, as news blogs, we’re supposed to report whatever is newsworthy and whatever we aren’t legally or contractually obligated to stay silent about. This sneak preview does fall into that category, technically. The only reason I didn’t post the password, was out of respect for Josh’s apparent wishes.

    What bothers me the most is that they didn’t even say anything about it. They just shared the password as if it was supposed to be for everyone, as if the public was entitled to it. It clearly wasn’t.

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