Shia LaBeouf

by on Dec.03, 2014, under Film & TV

“SHIA LABEOUF” is a song by Rob Cantor. It tells the true story of an actual cannibal.
Learn more here: http://www.robcantor.com

 

*not to be confused with La Boeuf
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Shia LaBeouf: Actual Cannibal

by on Oct.21, 2014, under Music

SHIA LABEOUF” is a song by Rob Cantor. It tells the true story of an actual cannibal.

Learn more here: http://www.robcantor.com
Purchase the song on Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/1zjiH5Z
Behind-the-scenes: http://www.facebook.com/robcantormusic
Tweets: http://www.twitter.com/robcantor

FEATURING:
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles — Dr. Joseph Nadeau, Artistic Director
The West Los Angeles Children’s Choir — Barbara Klaskin Silburg, Artistic Director
The Argus Quartet

CREDITS:
Directed by Scott Uhlfelder
Produced by Erica Harrell
Arranged by Greg Nicolett
Mixed by Gregtronic
Choreographer: Stacey Tookey
Asst Choreographer: Bruce Weber
Director of Photography: Scott Uhlfelder
Editor: Randall Maxwell
First Asst Director: Tyler Reynolds
Second Asst Director: Chandra Anna Marie
Second Second Assistant Director: Daniel Erikson
Camera Operators: Marco Cordero, Jonpaul Douglas & Andy Melo
Asst Camera: Seth Smigelski
Data Management: Ben Piety
Gaffer: Brian Sorbo
Electric: Lucas Pitassi
Production Designer: Sara Kugelmass
Rigger: Bobby C. King
Art Assts: Tamara Gurevich & Shannon Malone
Costume Designer: Alison Uhlfelder
Asst Costumers: Nicole Gemma & Mary Russell
Makeup Artist: Jenn Rose
Asst Makeup: Samantha Ward, Sheila Curtis
Technical Effects Supervisor: Jeff Barber
Asst Effects: Amanda Barber
Button: Andrew Laurich
Production Assts: Michael Dris, Katie Kaniewski, Cyndi Lynott, Nina Mahdavi, Steven Peltzer, Max Philips, Desiree Proctor, Justin Ridge, Jud Scott & CK Spitler
Audio Engineer: Kip Smedley
Sound Mixer: Lindsey Alvarez
Craft Services: Allison Kurtzer & Natalie Santana
BTS Video: Matt Fuller
BTS Photo: Zach Callahan
Maker Rep: James Koo
Visual Effects: Demis Lyall-Wilson
Colorist: Marco Cordero

CAST:
NARRATOR: Rob Cantor
BASSIST: Zubin Sedghi
DRUMMER: Bora Karaca
VIOLIN I: Jason Issokson
VIOLIN II: Clara Kim
CELLO: Joann Whang
VIOLA: Diana Wade
PIANIST: Greg Nicolett
SMALL MEN’S CHORUS: Eric Aufdengarten, Marcus Connaghan, Liam Gillen, Jason Frazier, Shawn Ingram, Jack Inman, Zachary Kasman, Rich Meyers, Tommy Monks, Adam Parker, Melvin Robert, Dale Sheldon, Brandon Steele, Lee Stickler & J.T. Williams
FEMALE DANCER 1: Amanda Cleghorn
MALE DANCER 1: Chris Jarosz
CHILDREN’S CHOIR: Ky’lee Abrams, Arielle Martinez Cohen, Matthew Goodman, Sophia De’Shea Lavender, Julia Lim, Valerie Mata, Coco Meritt, Jair Miles, Jack Thompson, Alexis Turner, Amadi Weser, & Catherine Zelensky
HARPIST: Courtney Flynn
FEMALE DANCER 2: Zola Williams
FEMALE DANCER 3: Savannah Latimer
FEMALE DANCER 4: Haley Erbert
LARGE MEN’S CHORUS: William Aguila, Eduardo Amador, Edwin Cabatit, Jerry Cordora, Thomas Patrick Cullen, John Dennehy Jr., E. Rene Fette, Thomas Franklin, Steve Goodwillie, Fred Gooltz, Michael A. Graham, Charles Holmes, Steven R. Holzer, William Kolschreiber, Nicholas Kuefler, Raul Martinez, John Mews, Joseph P. Nadeau, Brian Nichoalds, William Steve Pieters, Samuel Saison, Scott Williams, Gavin N. Thrasher & Manuel Zermeño
ADDITIONAL MUSICIANS: Jean-Paul Barjon, Tulsi Carpenter, Grant Cornish, Kristen Fields, Mary Catherine Finney, Jeff Grant, Charlene Huang, Jaclyn Kim, Constance Millecan, Eileen O’Neall, Ellen Ushijima & Joy Yi
MALE DANCER 2: Kevin Mylrea
MALE DANCER 3: Patrick Cook
MALE DANCER 4: Eric Schloesser
KUNG FU MEN: Rayne & Bradley Holzer
AERIALISTS: Alison Lockfeld & Maggie Moon
and SHIA LABEOUF as himself

Filmed at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center
Cultural Arts Manager: John La Rock
Technical Director: Jack Meyer
Stage Manager: Jerrold Root
Master Electrician: James Blickensderfer
Follow Spot Operator: Robert Ory
Follow Spot Operator: Dewain Robinson
Flyrail Operator: John Swaffield
Stage Technician: Jonathan Reyes-Flores
Audio Engineer: Sylvia Krawczyk

3D Papercraft Shia Heads designed by Eric Testroete
Assembled by Lindsey Alvarez, Bora Karaca, Allison Kurtzer, Tamara Gurevich, Scott Uhlfelder, Alison Uhlfelder & Rob Cantor

Additional Recording by:
Charles Scott at The National Typewriter Company in Santa Monica, CA.
Grant Cornish at Endless Noise in Santa Monica, CA
Kip Smedley at ABI in Los Angeles, CA
Ethan Carlson at Stagg Street Studio in Van Nuys, CA

Aerial silks provided courtesy of Kinetic Theory Theater in Culver City, CA.

Very special thanks to John Crosby & John McCauley.

Special thanks to Becky Ackley, Glenna Avila, Sam Becker, Roni Black, John Boyd, Todd Burke, Alice Dutton, Jeff Elmassian, Elise Henry, Andrew Horowitz, Charlene Huang, Eric Jacobs, Brian Kaufman, Katie Kaniewski, Dan Karas, Morgan Karr, Ben Ketai, Dan Konopka, Zach Krasman, Anna Krendel, Andrew Laurich, Ricky Lax, Allegra Lily, Cyndi Lynott, Luis Medina, Alex Novakovich, Steven Peltzer, Aniela Marie Perry, Jim Raycroft, Ray Reinebach, Corey Richardson, Mark Robertson, Matt Saver, Isaac Schankler, Jeff Sneider, Cris Sposito, Anne Tomlinson, Justin Trauben, Chris Verdugo, Darren Yan & Nate Zeisler.

Executive Producers: Maker Studios, David Britz, Cyndi Lynott, & Rob Cantor

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One Direction Shredded

by on Jan.23, 2014, under Music

No pop star is safe from criticism — or a good YouTube “shred.”

Artists from Creed to The Who have fallen victim to the shred, a technique that dubs over cringeworthy audio on live performance videos. One Direction’s loyal fan base probably won’t appreciate the latest one, though. YouTube user SamRick recut the boy band’s American Music Awards performance of “Story of My Life” with audio that sounds more like bad karaoke.

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Devil Baby Attack

by on Jan.16, 2014, under Film & TV

This promotion for the upcoming horror flick, Devil’s Due, is ALMOST as disturbing as the little Indonesian kid that smokes two packs a day. And definitely a lot funnier.

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Can I get a light?

by on Jan.13, 2014, under Current Affairs

Anti-Smoking PSA Ignites Viral Consciousness

Called by many “the best anti-smoking ad ever,” this campaign filmed children walking up to adult smokers, asking them for a light.

Every adult took the opportunity to remind the children that smoking was bad and rattled off the health consequences.

The children replied, “If it’s so bad, why are you smoking?” before handing them an anti-smoking leaflet.

 

…ALSO:

Somebody oughtta let this Indonesian Baby know (who’s upto 40 cigs a day):

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The Hot Version of Wrecking Ball

by on Jan.06, 2014, under Music

I always said that Miley Cyrus’s Wrecking Ball would be a good song if the female version of Justin Bieber wasn’t prancing around naked in the video. Well, my New Year’s wish came true:

Also, take a look at Steve Kardynal’s Chatroulette Version of Wrecking Ball

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All I Want For Christmas is Bearded Trannies

by on Dec.25, 2013, under Music

Merry Christmas, from V1R4L!

Also, check out his rendition of Miley Cyrus’s Wrecking Ball

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The Tutu Project

by on Dec.23, 2013, under Romance & Relationships

TheTutuProject, it’s just inspirational and memorable, and therefore mega-viral.

Terrific work, guys.

The Tutu Project is proud to announce that they were chosen by Deutsche Telekom to tell their story of how Bob and Linda Carey have chosen to deal with breast cancer through inspiration, courage and love.

 

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Man Sues Wife Over Ugly Children…and Wins!

by on Nov.07, 2013, under Current Affairs

Man Successfully Sues Wife Over Ugly Children

A Chinese man divorced and then sued his ex-wife for giving birth to what he called an extremely ugly baby girl, the Irish Times reported.

Initially, Jian Feng accused his wife of infidelity, so sure that he could never father an unattractive child.

When a DNA test proved that the baby was his, Feng’s wife came clean on a little secret — before they met, she had undergone about $100,000 worth of cosmetic surgery in South Korea.

Feng sued his ex-wife on the grounds of false pretenses, for not telling him about the plastic surgery and duping him into thinking she was beautiful, The Huffington Post reported.

The kicker? He won. A judge agreed with Feng’s argument and ordered his ex-wife to fork over $120,000.

“I married my wife out of love, but as soon as we had our first daughter, we began having marital issues,” he told the Irish Times. “Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified me.”

(via @cocoafab)

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