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The Steamie - Thursday 29 October 2020

2020.10.29 06:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Thursday 29 October 2020

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Possible light rain tonight and later tonight.
Around 6 to 15 degrees.
Weather Warning
Periods of heavy rain may lead to flooding and disruption to transport.What to expectThere is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildingsThere is a small chance of fast flowing or deep floodwater causing danger to lifeWhere flooding occurs, there is a slight chance of delays or cancellations to train and bus servicesSpray and flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closuresThere is a slight chance of power cuts and loss of other services to some homes and businesses
Travel
Due to a passenger being taken ill at a station between Partick and Hyndland the line towards Hyndland is closed.
Train services running through these stations will be delayed or revised. Disruption is expected until 23:00 29/10.
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Fuck all. Go out if you must, but stay safe. Don't be a fanny.
Today in Scottish History
On this day in 1740 James Boswell, the biographer, diarist and travel writer was born in Edinburgh. James Boswell's name is rarely heard separately from that of Dr Samuel Johnson whose biography he wrote. The two writers travelled through the west of Scotland in a journey famously recorded by Boswell in his published journals "A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland" and "The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides". It was only in the mid-twentieth century, when many of his writings were re-discovered and published in full, that the extent of Boswell's talent came to be appreciated. As a perceptive and witty recorder of the social life of the later part of the eighteenth century, he had few rivals.
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2019.11.13 15:18 eventbot What's happening around town (Wed, Nov 13th - Tue, Nov 19th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Ongoing

  • American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd
  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Dec 8th Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Devon Ice Rink (Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 2nd The Devon Ice Rink returns for its ninth season in the Myriad Botanical Gardens this November through the beginning of…
  • A Doll's House, Part 2 (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 24th Nominated for eight Tony Awards, "A Doll's House, Part 2" flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's…
  • Downtown in December (Downtown - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 2nd Spend your holidays experiencing fun activities as downtown Oklahoma City is turned into a winter wonderland during the…
  • Hicks and Booneshine (Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Nov 25th Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…
  • PAMBE Ghana Global Market (Oklahoma City) Thru Tue, Dec 24th PAMBE Ghana's Global Market features some of the most unusual, standout gifts in the Oklahoma City metro. This winter…

Wednesday, Nov 13th

  • 2019 Local Food Summit (Nigh University Center - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm To attend this event, please apply using the below link :-) https://forms.gle/T9K2ekGFK5nBmvaM8 Hosted by Students For Sustainability, a UCO student organization, the Local Food Summit will promote the sustainable food movement, and the benefits associated with institutional local food sourcing. The summit will showcase local food producers,…
  • Alma (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm Based out of Western NC, passing through on a road trip, and playing country, folk, and Appalachian music. I'll do songs I wrote, songs I wish I'd written, and some banjo tunes!
  • 🍴 Anthem Drown Night! (HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
  • Big Turkey Bowl (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Wednesday Game Night in the Remington Park Casino means Big Cash Prizes and Turkeys if you’re successful in the Big Turkey Bowl! Earn entries every Wednesday to compete in the Big Turkey Bowl from 6-10pm. Use your Club Remington Card to gain entries. Pick up your entries at the Club Remington desk and deposit them in the Big Turkey Bowl…
  • Bi-Weekly Meetup (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Arkansas-Fort Smith (Edmond) Start Time: 5:30pm University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Arkansas-Fort Smith https://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6526
  • 🎡 Fabulous Fall Festival (Norman Public Library - Norman) Start Time: 5:00pm Come celebrate pumpkin spice and everything nice at this come-and-go event for all ages! Make healthy seasonal snacks and create special family fall crafts. All materials provided. Registration is required for this free event. Click the Tickets link to register, or contact the branch. This project is funded through the Oklahoma Department of…
  • 🎓 Grow Who You Know Networking Luncheon (Edmond Chamber of Commerce - Edmond) Start Time: 11:30am This event provides the networking solution every Edmond business has been searching for! The Grow Who You Know Networking Luncheon is a way for individuals to represent their businesses face-to-face with fellow Edmond professionals. This is an opportunity to exponentially multiply your network in just one lunch. RSVP Required on our website,…
  • Koffin Kats (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Koffin Kats with locals TBA This show is all ages. $10/$12
  • Medicare 2020 (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 1:00pm Medicare changes for 2020. Supplements, advantage plans, and prescription plans. Education event. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government ChooseGuthrie Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Real Talk Around Guthrie
  • Medicare 2020- Aetna Update (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 5:00pm Updates on Aetna plans available 2020 in Logan, Oklahoma, and Cleveland counties. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government ChooseGuthrie Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Real Talk Around Guthrie
  • 😂 Michael Mack (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 16th
  • Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker (Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center - Midwest City) Experience a knock-out performance of Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker this November. Held at Rose State…
  • Reading Wednesday (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Reading Wednesdays Every Wednesday, 10am The South Lobby FREE Best for ages 2 to 5 Books are nature-themed and selected based on the season. We’ll begin with an interactive song and children will enjoy creating a small craft after the story. Join us the last Wednesday of the month for reading and craft time with the Downtown Library. For…
  • Reinstallation Gallery Talks (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Thru Sat, Nov 16th Start Time: 2:00pm Join us for back-to-back gallery talks that focus on the museum’s reinstallation of the permanent collections. The Lester Wing talk will be led by Wylodean and Bill Saxon Director Mark White. The Stuart Wing talk will be led by Eugene B. Adkins Curator Hadley Jerman. 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 12 (Lester Wing) 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 19…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's A Doll's House, Part 2 (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Nov 15th Start Time: 7:30pm A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 by Lucas Hnath Nov. 8 – 24, 2019 CitySpace Theatre NOMINATED FOR 8 TONY AWARDS A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's 1879 portrait of marriage as a women's prison, and my, how things have — and haven't — changed. A door that was once slammed so hard the noise could be heard around the…
  • 🏆 Sooner volleyball vs. Texas Tech (McCasland Field House - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • The Spongebob Musical (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 17th Nickelodeon's popular cartoon character is coming to life for a special production of "The Spongebob Musical."…
  • 🎨 Western Movie Matinee (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Every Wednesday through November 21. Join us for these curated selections made possible with support from anonymous film fans. Popcorn provided. Free admission on Wide Open Wednesdays courtesy of the Oklahoma Ford Dealers. Frontier Clergy Though it was sometimes at the vanguard of westward expansion, while at other times a relative latecomer,…
  • 🎓 Zumbini (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Designed for kids ages 0-5 and their caregivers, Zumbini combines music, dance and educational tools for 45-minutes of can't-stop, won't-stop bonding and fun. Please RSVP for this event. October 30th, participants are welcomed to wear Halloween Costumes. Light snacks will be provided after class. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government…

Thursday, Nov 14th

  • 😂 1940s Radio Comedy Theater: The Charleston (Edmond Historical Society - Edmond) Start Time: 6:30pm Re-live Old Time Radio in this historical performance of "The Life of Riley." Actors will reenact the hilarious script in which Chester A. Riley surprises his wife by taking Charleston dance lessons. The show includes a live demonstration of the Charleston. Thurs, Nov 14th @ 6:30 PM. $10 adult, $5 child ($1 off member discount). Purchase your…
  • 🎓 2019 OHA Convention & Trade Show (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 The 2019 Oklahoma Hospital Association Convention and Trade Show comes to Cox Convention Center November 13-15!
  • 🎨 An Evening with Rainn Wilson (McCasland Field House - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm Headliner: Rainn Wilson
  • The Chainsmokers in Concert (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Come see the Chainsmokers live onstage at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. This electronic dance music duo…
  • 🍴 DEBA Coffee (Edmond Chamber of Commerce - Edmond) Start Time: 9:00am
  • Giant Stride w/ Antique Gardens and Elderly Smackdown (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm giant stride w/ Antique Gardens (TX) and Elderly Smackdown! 9pm - No Cover! 21+ ID REQUIRED
  • 🏃 Koda CrossFit at Together Square (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:45pm Thursdays 5:45-6:45pm September 5–November 21, 2019 $5 per person, pay upon arrival All levels Bring water Together Square is the perfect spot to discover the benefits of the incredible Koda Crossfit Workout. Join us Thursday evenings at 5:45pm beginning September 5 through November 21 for an hour of training. By performing a wide variety of…
  • 🎓 Lego Club (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 3:30pm Create, Build, Learn, and have Fun! RSVP for this event. All Ages are Welcome. Please keep your Legos at home unless you wish to make a donation to the Guthrie Library. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government ChooseGuthrie Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Talk Around Guthrie.
  • 🎡 Looking For Something? (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm For me, it all comes down to timing.
  • 😂 Michael Mack (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 16th
  • 🎓 National Women in Roofing Networking (Rococo’s - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 4:00pm Please join us for complimentary hors d'oeuvres, beverages and networking with Oklahoma roofing professionals. You have been hearing about National Women in Roofing. Now it’s time to find out what the buzz is about. Invite your roofing industry friends & be sure to RSVP to: [email protected] Our membership is open to…
  • Oklahoma Film + Music Conference (Vast - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Make plans to attend the inaugural Oklahoma Film + Music Conference: New Heights. Held on the 50th floor of Vast in Oklahoma…
  • Pearl Earl (Opolis - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Rare Sighting: A Bad Faith Experience (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm 21+ $5 at the door The Deli in Norman A Bad Faith Experience
  • Red Dirt Rangers w/Edgar Cruz (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Reinstallation Gallery Talks (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Thru Sat, Nov 16th Start Time: 2:00pm Join us for back-to-back gallery talks that focus on the museum’s reinstallation of the permanent collections. The Lester Wing talk will be led by Wylodean and Bill Saxon Director Mark White. The Stuart Wing talk will be led by Eugene B. Adkins Curator Hadley Jerman. 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 12 (Lester Wing) 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 19…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's A Doll's House, Part 2 (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 7:30pm A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 by Lucas Hnath Nov. 8 – 24, 2019 CitySpace Theatre NOMINATED FOR 8 TONY AWARDS A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's 1879 portrait of marriage as a women's prison, and my, how things have — and haven't — changed. A door that was once slammed so hard the noise could be heard around the…
  • 🎓 Review Your Year & Plan 2020 (Norman Public Library - Norman) Start Time: 10:30am Each year people set goals for their personal lives as well as business. If we're lucky, we reach more of those goals than not. Join us as Lisa Qualls with Clarity, LLC shares tips on evaluating 2019 and helps you find your best ways to plan a successful and strategic 2020. Registration is required for this free event. Click the Tickets link…
  • The Spongebob Musical (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 17th Nickelodeon's popular cartoon character is coming to life for a special production of "The Spongebob Musical."…
  • Teen DIY Dog Toys (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 5:00pm We will be making dog toy to take home to your favorite four legged creature. Make sure to bring plastic water bottles and old clothes/jeans to tear up. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government ChooseGuthrie Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Talk around guthrie where nobody gets deleted
  • Tony Lucca With Moonlight Special (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Tony Lucca w/Moonlight Social (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Tony Lucca returns with special guests Moonlight Social for a one-of-a-kind show!
  • The Truth about Flipping the Money Switch (Francis Tuttle Technology Center North Campus - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am You have saved and saved and saved. Now you are retired and it’s time to enjoy your newfound freedom, right? So why does spending seem so hard to do? Join us as we discuss the psychology behind going from saving to spending after retirement. Look at the bigger financial picture, gain some insight into how much is actually enough, and who…

Friday, Nov 15th

  • 3rd Friday Block pARTy & Tree Lighting (Celebration Of Life Park - Shawnee) Come join the fun at Shawnee's Downtown Block Party in Celebration of Life park located in historic downtown Shawnee.…
  • 🎓 2019 OHA Convention & Trade Show (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 The 2019 Oklahoma Hospital Association Convention and Trade Show comes to Cox Convention Center November 13-15!
  • Adults Only Night (Sam Noble Museum - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm Experience the Sam Noble Museum like never before during a night of trivia, games and hands-on natural history! Have a beer under the mammoth in our Pleistocene Plaza while playing trivia for prizes and bragging rights. Explore our exhibits after hours with a scavenger hunt, work with (or against) your friends in a make-and-take challenge,…
  • The Coathangers (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm The Coathangers This show is all ages. Tickets are $12 in advance at ticketstorm.com, charge by phone 18669661777, purchase hard copy tickets at any Uptown Grocery/Buy For Less location or Starship Records in Tulsa
  • Foxx Rose (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🎓 Free Zumba (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 5:00pm Dress to sweat! Free Latin inspired dance fitness class. Space is Limited. RSVP. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government Guthrie, Oklahoma ChooseGuthrie Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Talk around guthrie where nobody gets deleted
  • Grady Co. OHCE Celebration of Crafts Show (Grady County Fairgrounds - Chickasha) Craft Show. Open to craft and direct sale vendors. Lots of handcrafted items and home baked goods just in time for the holidays.
  • Jack Cheatham Quintet (Othello's of Norman - Norman) Start Time: 8:30pm Othello's Sessions is excited for Jack Cheatham to be the first featured artist! A student at UCO, Jack is one of the most swingin' trumpet players in Oklahoma. You can often catch him at gigs in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Othello's Sessions has no cover, just great food and jazz! See you November 15th!
  • Jeff Plankenhorn & Michael O'Connor (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Jim Gaffigan (Riverwind Casino - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm Jim Gaffigan is sure to deliver bouts of laughter at his back-to-back routines at Riverwind Casino in Norman. Spend the…
  • 🎨 Light From Light (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm Gifted with sometimes-prophetic dreams and a lifelong interest in the paranormal, Sheila (Marin Ireland) is asked to investigate a potential haunting at a Tennessee farmhouse. It’s there she meets Richard (Jim Gaffigan), a recent widower who believes his wife may still be with him. The investigation that ensues — which eventually pulls in…
  • 🎡 Looking For Something? (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm For me, it all comes down to timing.
  • 😂 Michael Mack (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • My So Called Band (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm Your favorite 90's rockers are back for their monthly installment at The Deli. You know what to do. Tell your friends! Share it far and wide! Let's party! 10pm 21+ $10 Arrive early to guarantee entry.
  • Oklahoma Film + Music Conference (Vast - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Make plans to attend the inaugural Oklahoma Film + Music Conference: New Heights. Held on the 50th floor of Vast in Oklahoma…
  • Oklahoma Heritage Concert (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:30am Celebrate Oklahoma’s 112th birthday and watch history come to life at the National Cowboy Museum with stage performances by Rodeo Opry, using an interactive program to teach Oklahoma history, music and culture. This educational music experience takes participants through trials and triumphs, including Native American heritage, the Dust Bowl,…
  • Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Enjoy holiday ice skating in Mitch Park at the Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink. Glide around the 117ft. x 56ft. under clear,…
  • 🎭 Pearl Earl/Psychotic Reaction (Opolis Prod - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm https://pearlearl.bandcamp.com/ https://psychoticreaction.bandcamp.com/ 8pm doors 9pm show
  • 🎓 Oklahoma City Personal Injury Attorneys Meetup (Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00am Come and have drinks and share personal injury case stories with other lawyers in Oklahoma City. We are professional network of legal professionals comprised of attorneys, law students, legal professional staff, recruiters and legal industry and technology. This meetup is designed to provide live networking opportunities and support for legal…
  • Reinstallation Gallery Talks (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) 1 day left Start Time: 2:00pm Join us for back-to-back gallery talks that focus on the museum’s reinstallation of the permanent collections. The Lester Wing talk will be led by Wylodean and Bill Saxon Director Mark White. The Stuart Wing talk will be led by Eugene B. Adkins Curator Hadley Jerman. 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 12 (Lester Wing) 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 19…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's A Doll's House, Part 2 (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 7:30pm A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 by Lucas Hnath Nov. 8 – 24, 2019 CitySpace Theatre NOMINATED FOR 8 TONY AWARDS A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's 1879 portrait of marriage as a women's prison, and my, how things have — and haven't — changed. A door that was once slammed so hard the noise could be heard around the…
  • The Spongebob Musical (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 17th Nickelodeon's popular cartoon character is coming to life for a special production of "The Spongebob Musical."…

Saturday, Nov 16th

  • 2019 Golden Retriever Dog Show (Cleveland County Fairgrounds - Norman) Start Time: 8:00am
  • 🎓 Atlas International Expo (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00am Oklahoma City November 16th 2019 Home of the Mr Ms Atlas International Pro Am Fitness Expo !! WWW.GBOONLINE.COM
  • Oklahoma City Blue vs Westchester Knicks (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Come see some thrilling professional basketball during the Oklahoma City Blue 2019-20 season. Experience the fast-paced…
  • 🎓 Central State Archaeology Society (Cleveland County Fairgrounds - Norman) Start Time: 8:00am
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Southern Nazarene (Edmond) Start Time: 1:30pm University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Southern Nazarene https://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6527
  • 🎨 Drop-In Art: Land & Home (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm For the month of November we will explore the themes of Land and Home. Visit our special exhibition "Renewing the American Spirit: The Art of the Great Depression" and our permanent collection exhibition "From the Golden Age to the Moving Image: The Changing Face of the Permanent Collection" to find inspiration from the many works of art on…
  • Homesafe (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Homesafe with Kayak Jones, Young Culture and Keep Flying This show is all ages. Tickets are $13 in advance at ticketstorm.com, charge by phone 18669661777, purchase hard copy tickets at any Uptown Grocery/Buy For Less location or Starship Records in Tulsa.
  • Edmond International Festival (Festival Marketplace - Edmond) Start Time: 11:00am University of Central Oklahoma's International Student Councilalong with various cultural groups from around the community and the world come together and celebrate International Education Week by hosting the International Festival in Downtown Edmond. During the festival, 16 different countries and regions will showcase their cultures through…
  • Kottonmouth Kings in Concert (Oklahoma City Limits - Oklahoma City) Hip-hop act Kottonmouth Kings will bring their signature sound to the Oklahoma City Limits Bar. Gather near the stage, and…
  • Kottonmouth Kings in OKC! (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm The Kottonmouth Kings live in OKC! More details to be announced soon!
  • 🎨 Light From Light (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm Gifted with sometimes-prophetic dreams and a lifelong interest in the paranormal, Sheila (Marin Ireland) is asked to investigate a potential haunting at a Tennessee farmhouse. It’s there she meets Richard (Jim Gaffigan), a recent widower who believes his wife may still be with him. The investigation that ensues — which eventually pulls in…
  • 🎓 Managing Stress and Raja Yoga Meditation- a day course (Brahma Kumaris Meditation Center - Edmond) Start Time: 12:30pm Taking time out has always been a vital part of improving the quality of life, refreshing our understanding of events and re-charging the spirit. A day Retreat is an opportunity to step off the conveyor belt of life and spend time in a peaceful and spiritual atmosphere, reflecting upon and exploring the important factors governing our…
  • 😂 Michael Mack (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • Misunderstood! Poetry Reading (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Start Time: 1:00pm This poetry reading is intended to give audiences a chance to interact with the poetry and art of Misunderstood! in a new and more intimate way. Several poems will be read aloud by different individuals, all from Oklahoma, who have a personal connection to the material in this exhibit. With poems ranging from 1894 to 2019, the reading will cover…
  • OKC Gun Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 For a high quality gun show with great prices and selection, visit the OKC Gun Show in Oklahoma City. Held at Oklahoma State…
  • Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Enjoy holiday ice skating in Mitch Park at the Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink. Glide around the 117ft. x 56ft. under clear,…
  • Luther Pecan Festival (Luther) Gather up your crew and embrace fall with a visit to the Luther Pecan Festival. At this family-friendly festival take in a…
  • Reinstallation Gallery Talks (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Last Day Start Time: 2:00pm Join us for back-to-back gallery talks that focus on the museum’s reinstallation of the permanent collections. The Lester Wing talk will be led by Wylodean and Bill Saxon Director Mark White. The Stuart Wing talk will be led by Eugene B. Adkins Curator Hadley Jerman. 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 12 (Lester Wing) 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 19…
  • Repticon Reptile & Exotic Animal Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 The Repticon Reptile & Exotic Animal Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park in OKC features vendors with reptile pets,…
  • Santa’s Wonderland returns to Bass Pro Shops featuring FREE photos with Santa (The Shop - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Santa’s Wonderland is the ultimate free family Christmas event. The magic returns to Bass Pro Shops and Oklahoma City-area families are invited to enjoy this enchanting Christmas village offering FREE 4x6 studio-quality photos with Santa and free family holiday activities including fun crafts and games.
    Features include rustic Christmas…
  • Oklahoma City Spirit Fair (Wyndham Garden Oklahoma City Airport - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Attend the Oklahoma City Spirit Fair to pick up new spiritual gifts and must-have items. Knock out holiday shopping while…
  • The Spongebob Musical (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Nickelodeon's popular cartoon character is coming to life for a special production of "The Spongebob Musical."…
  • Sprouting Chefs: Holiday Gifts in a Jar (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Learn how to create simple, thoughtful and tasty Mason jar DIY treats to give as gifts during the holidays. We’ll make a couple of gifts in a jar and sample a few already cooked. All supplies will be provided. Member $17; Nonmember $20 Donna Jung, FCS Extension Educator with Canadian County For families, preferably kids ages 5 and up
  • 🎭 YourStory-Timeless Tales & Brand New Yarns (The Depot - Norman) Start Time: 10:00am Storytellers, story writers, story lovers: Join us Saturday, Nov. 16 at The Depot from 10am to 12pm for YourStory—Timeless Tales & Brand New Yarns! In this storytelling workshop, Ms. DWe Williams will explore familiar and not-so-familiar fairytales, folktales, origin stories, myths, and legends. Ms. Dwe is an actress, director, playwright, and…

Sunday, Nov 17th

  • Drive-By Truckers in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Catch a high-energy show by Drive-By Truckers when the band stops at Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. The Drive-By…
  • Lana Del Rey in Concert (The Criterion - Oklahoma City) Don't miss singer Lana Del Rey on her latest national tour at The Criterion in Oklahoma City. Known for her retro…
  • OKC Gun Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 For a high quality gun show with great prices and selection, visit the OKC Gun Show in Oklahoma City. Held at Oklahoma State…
  • Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Enjoy holiday ice skating in Mitch Park at the Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink. Glide around the 117ft. x 56ft. under clear,…
  • Repticon Reptile & Exotic Animal Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 The Repticon Reptile & Exotic Animal Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park in OKC features vendors with reptile pets,…
  • Rodrigo y Gabriela in Concert (The Jones Assembly - Oklahoma City) Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela are embarking on the next chapter of their story with the…
  • Oklahoma City Spirit Fair (Wyndham Garden Oklahoma City Airport - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Attend the Oklahoma City Spirit Fair to pick up new spiritual gifts and must-have items. Knock out holiday shopping while…
  • The Spongebob Musical (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Last Day Nickelodeon's popular cartoon character is coming to life for a special production of "The Spongebob Musical."…

Monday, Nov 18th

  • Barrel Racing Futurity World Championship (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd The annual Barrel Racing Futurity World Championships come to the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie. Put on by the Barrel…
  • OU Sooners vs William & Mary Griffins (The Lloyd Noble Center - Norman) Experience the action and excitement in Norman as the Oklahoma Sooners take on the William & Mary Griffins. Since the…
  • Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Enjoy holiday ice skating in Mitch Park at the Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink. Glide around the 117ft. x 56ft. under clear,…

Tuesday, Nov 19th

  • Barrel Racing Futurity World Championship (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd The annual Barrel Racing Futurity World Championships come to the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie. Put on by the Barrel…
  • Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Enjoy holiday ice skating in Mitch Park at the Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink. Glide around the 117ft. x 56ft. under clear,…

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2019.08.14 05:18 D--Ryan I got my tickets today for 9:30 Club in Washington, DC... GET YOURS BEFORE IT SELLS OUT! 9/14 @ 10PM

In case you've never been there, it is arguably one of the best venues that you could possibly go to. There isn't a bad seat in the house and it has a total capacity of 1,200. I've seen Muse play there (their first US date ever and during the Absolution Tour), Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Fantômas, Victor Wooten, Trey Anastasio Band, Foo Fighters (Surprise at the Club!), Beck, Gnarles Barkley, DJ Z-Trip, P-Funk, Method Man, H.I.M., Bleeding Through, Les Claypool, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Placebo, Queens of the Stone Age, Rodrigo y Gabriela, The Mars Volta, Buckethead, CKY, and Mike Doughty. I'm sure I'm missing a couple, but...
It is mind-boggling that this show hasn't sold out yet. This venue has an amazing history and is super well-known for it's intimate setting. It's like watching a show from your friend's basement in high school, except it has a small upper floor with seats and no poop. Fuck a bunch of sitting down, though.
GET THESE TICKETS BEFORE THEY SELL OUT!
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2018.11.27 19:17 fruitofconfusion [Review] ZMF Vérité Review, with Comparisons to the ZMF Auteur, Sennheiser HD800, Stax SR-007, and ZMF Aeolus

Vérité Review
Some photos: https://imgur.com/gallery/ouI1Nw9
Truth in Music:
The Vérité is the new ZMF flagship, and is being released as one of two new entrants into the company’s open-backed, over-ear dynamic lineup. The Vérité brings several technical firsts to ZMF’s headphones, perhaps most excitingly, an entirely new driver material, comprised of beryllium deposed onto a polyethylene naphthalate dome. Other improvements include a magnesium chassis, a stiffer surround, porting along the edges of the cups, and a 50 gauss magnet. These changes are all in service of two goals: absolute control over the driver’s behavior, and comfort.
As the new top offering, the Vérité has a tall mountain of previous ZMF successes to climb. To be clear, however, Zach has stated that the Vérité is not meant to overshadow the Auteur as the “best” ZMF open-back headphone, but represent a new level of technical refinement, transparency, and detail, with its own take on the ZMF house sound.
Bearing all of this in mind, I was very excited to get my hands on a Vérité for review, and hope to provide useful information for the community, especially given the current pre-order period.
My Setup:
For this review, I will be running all headphones through my Oppo HA-1, serving both as a DAC and as a headphone amplifier. Music will be run to the HA-1 via USB out of my custom-built PC, through Spotify Premium. I don’t listen to FLAC for the bulk of my music, and I am most familiar with the tracks to be mentioned, so they will be my reference. The highest quality in Spotify was selected, and volume normalization was turned off (the settings I always use). Volume across headphone comparisons was matched as much as possible during pink noise playback, with a BFX digital sound meter sealed to the headphone cups in a cardboard enclosure. All headphone cables used were OFC 4-pin XLR, plugged into the balanced output of the HA-1. I listened to the Vérité with the Universe pads for the bulk of this review, but switched in the Vérité pads as well. My impressions of the Universe pads versus the Vérité pads can be found in their own section.
Comparisons:
I will be comparing the Verite to the ZMF Auteur, ZMF Aeolus, Sennheiser HD800, and Stax SR-007 mk1 (amplified by a Stax SRM-353X). All of which I own, and have listened to for a few months at the least (except the Aeolus, which is also here for review).
Test Tracks (Some of Them):
I will be comparing headphones primarily across these, but also other tracks. I don’t make mention of every track in every section where I listened to them, but instead am largely giving my high-level impressions. If you want my thoughts on any particular track or phrase, just ask! I’ve tried to select widely available songs across a spectrum of music that I like and am familiar with.
Track List:
Baralku, by Emancipator, on Baralku
Viices, by Made in Heights, on MADE IN HEIGHTS
Touch, by Daft Punk, on Random Access Memories
House of Cards, by Radiohead, on In Rainbows
Peace Train, by Cat Stevens, on Teaser and the Firecat
Hey You, by Pink Floyd, on The Wall
The Four Seasons, Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 8, No. 2, RV 315, Summer III, by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by Adrian Chandler, on The Four Seasons and Concertos for Bassoon and Violin “in tromba marina”
Tamacun - Remastered, by Rodrigo y Gabriela on, Rodrigo y Gabriela (Deluxe)
Warm Foothills, by Alt-J on, This is All Yours
Boomerang, by The Uncluded, on Hokey Fright
Little Sadie, by Crooked Still, on Shaken by a Low Sound
True Affection, by The Blow, on Paper Television
Second 2 None, by Mura Masa and Christine and the Queens, on Mura Masa
Acid, by Ray Barretto, on Acid
ラ・ム・ネ, by Snail’s House, on Ordinary Songs
Build and Comfort:
As anyone who has ever held a ZMF headphone can tell you, Zach’s build and design is at once robust and sculptural. The Vérité is no exception, and now takes the prize of being the lightest headphone that ZMF offers, at around 430 grams, courtesy of the acoustic porting of the cups, and new magnesium chassis. With the open-backed (read: ventilated) design, plush pads, and the double suspension system, comfort is exceptional. For those unacquainted, ZMF headphones use a spring-steel band wrapped in padded leather, with a thick leather suspension strap below, to evenly distribute pressure.
The cups on the Vérité I have with me are a striking oxidized mahogany, although I do not know if that will ever be one of the production woods. The stock Vérité will be run in silkwood, and the first limited edition in pheasantwood. The adjustment sliders on this headphone have been updated slightly from the rest of the ZMF open-backs, featuring a dished, rather than a rounded top. The grills are a beautiful addition to the presentation, and will be offered in a few finishes, depending on wood species and customer preferences. The pattern on the grills takes inspiration from the golden ratio, and along with the sloping wood cups, gives the headphone a refined and artisanal look and feel.
Listening Impressions:
Bass:
Speed and precision are the first words that come to mind when describing the technicalities of the bass I heard from the Vérité. Transient response of bass notes is among the best I’ve experienced, I believe largely due to the self-damping properties of beryllium. Moreover, when a bass-heavy phrase presents, I do not hear bloom, or just that there are some bass notes playing, but resolution of each note and beat, easily placing instruments. In Limit to Your Love, by James Blake, around the 1:50 mark, the separation between each component of the bassline proved a great example of this ability. However, it is not impact that makes this reproduction so convincing. The finesse with which the Vérité differentiated the timbre, placement, and impact of low frequency sounds was perhaps it’s greatest achievement in this area. I soon realized that if I wanted to fairly judge the bass capabilities of this headphone, that I would need to listen to a lot of different music.
The Vérité is not tuned to make your ears pulse endlessly, unless the material it is fed demands exactly that. As I spent more time with the Vérité, it became abundantly clear that songs that I had in the general mental category of “physical bass presence”, could not all be grouped together. Most songs have a bass line of course, and reproduction was adept across the board, but the Vérité helped me more precisely draw the line between songs with impactful, textured bass, versus those that just had low frequency notes. Bass extension was excellent, although there was a very gentle uptilt from the subbass through the midbass. Midbass does not bleed into the lower midrange, and maintains an even hand throughout. Bass in general is slightly elevated, but it is hard to say to what extent exactly, as the increase in detail may be leading me to notice the bass as more present, and more authoritative. The tuning of the bass overall is relatively flat, given that this is a dynamic driver headphone (that is, only a gentle rise into the midbass). More importantly however, the tuning makes way for the technical excellence of the driver to shine through, making the bass feel much more taut and impactful than would any particular bass frequency-band emphasis.
Mids:
The midrange of the Vérité is again fast, as well as quite transparent, and on the more dry side in the lower mids, at least compared to other ZMF headphones. Depending on the song, this can come across as either an exceptionally clear window into the mix, or the realization that recordings have a bit less meat on their bones than you remember. Put another way, the midrange, especially with the Vérité pads, focuses on textural accuracy over smoothness. I’m still unsure whether this is due to exceeding transparency, or the timbre of the Vérité, but I expect that some of each is at play. Regardless of the explanation, this specificity in reproducing the texture of notes, led me to hear many songs in a new light, demanding a fair amount of listening to better understand what I was hearing. This “newness” was not so much the experience of “I’ve never heard that rustle/instrument/fart before”, but, “I didn’t realize that there was a level of inconsistency between notes, and a texture to each that was previously just not being noticeably resolved.” This effect is not unique to the midrange, but it is the first place I noticed it.
The upper end of the midrange/lower treble shies away from the drier feel of the lower mids, and slopes up in perceived fullness, while maintaining exceptional clarity. In general, well-recorded music with detailed mids are masterfully rendered by the Vérité. However, as we’ll soon get to with the upper treble registers, poor quality music is not the greatest pairing with this headphone. Perhaps the most concise, and in retrospect, comically obvious way to put this, is that the Vérité tells the unapologetic truth.
Treble:
The treble reproduction of the Vérité is honestly a stroke of brilliance. I’m not saying this because of any one track, or because I think the frequency response is the closest to the Harman target, or something like that. No, the reason I think that what Zach did is so clever is because rather than create an artificial sense of clarity through peaky or broadly elevated treble, he let the timbre and speed of the driver convey a sense of treble presence. This approach avoids adding energy that can contribute to driver resonances, sibilance, and harshness, without giving up the perceptual effect of a transparent and airy high end. Treble notes are presented with immediacy and superb texture. Importantly to me, the treble lacks any perceptible veil, which I feel plagues a majority of headphones, even some of the brighter ones.
That said, there is some elevation in the upper treble that can sound a bit sharp on some lower-quality tracks. However, on well-recorded music, this tuning choice gives a sense of space and quickness to music, which I really appreciated. Listening to a few fast-paced Vivaldi pieces, for example, with violins sawing away in their upper octaves brought no pain, but presented nicely separated layers of notes. On less well-recorded music, the Vérité continues with the pattern of being fast and transparent, although sometimes to less pleasant effect. I was recently listening to the new Lil Wayne album, which, while a great throwback to his 2005 achievement, is not the most carefully recorded work. In Mona Lisa, “s”s “ch”s and “t”s from Lil Wayne’s mouth bridge that line between, “Wow, I can hear air moving past the grills on his teeth”, and “my ears do no like this, use other letters please”. At lower volumes, this wasn’t very noticeable, but I don’t often listen to his music softly in the background. After the first time listening to the album, I switched over to the Aeolus, which smoothed things out just enough for me to enjoy my guilty pleasure. All told, the treble of the Vérité is so thoughtfully crafted, but if your source material is sharp or glaring, the Vérité is not going to sand things down for you. I do expect that if I had a higher-end tube amp, that could be a big help in this regard, as the HA-1 can lean bright at times. I have a Vali 2, which I have enjoyed tube-rollling while reviewing the Vérité, but it is not an amp that can match the Vérité in resolution, to say the least.
Imaging, soundstage, transients, separation etc.:
This is the section where preference and subjectivity goes out the window as much as it can in this hobby. In the past three sections, I imagine you were reading to see if the tuning of the Vérité would be up your alley, as that matters a lot in choosing a headphone. Or maybe you're here just because this bleeding-edge gear is drool-worthy. Thanks for reading this far in either case. What I will tell you here is this: if your reference is any other ZMF headphone, or 99% of the rest of dynamic headphones in the world (definitely underestimating here, if we are talking all headphones), the Vérité is better in all, or nearly all technical regards. The Vérité has more precise imaging, a more stable stage, with a sound field that feels tailored to each song in size and dimension, and has a noticeable holographic quality...It’s just better. Unfortunately, I do not have a Utopia on hand, as another well-recognized king in these areas, but I do have some mk1 SR-007s, which I have used as a benchmark for speed and specificity (alas, no 009, either). We’ll get to that comparison in a bit. While there are certainly competitors on these fronts that mean I can’t name an absolute winner without all headphones in hand, in my opinion, the Vérité is world-class across the board in its technicalities.
To give a bit more concrete description to my experiences, in several songs, I noticed that what I had previously believed to be left-right panning of a sound actually involved a very subtle front-to-back effect, such that notes were tracing an elongated ellipse around my head, or moving along a shallow diagonal (see around 00:26 in 100 Grandkids, or the opening of Crosstown Traffic, for example). It’s not so much that these effects can’t be heard on other headphones, but that the Vérité provides the space and clarity for such details to pop. Specificity of instrument placement is very stable, as well as precise on the Vérité. Listening to Silver Droplets, by Made in Heights, each note from (what I believe is) the glockenspiel, hovers in the air above the female lead, separated from each of the other strikes. The instrument later reappears to the right, after playing center-stage in the introduction, and rotates behind the head-stage slightly over time, something that I had never before noticed, but which was glaringly obvious on the Vérité. The soundstage can grow, shrink, and change shape when called for. This point, of song-variant soundstage size and shape, is perhaps more critical to take note of than absolute stage size, which is already larger than any previous ZMF headphone. Unlike some headphones, soundstage isn’t as obviously a feature of, or constrained by the driver or enclosure, but rather is rendered as called for. The Vérité can easily project well outside of my head along all three axes, however the image that is projected tends to be larger from side-to-side, and on the front-to-back axis. The vertical presentation of space is noticeable, but extends less in absolute terms, compared to the other two dimensions, however, vertical space does scale just as dynamically. This could be a feature of common recording practices, but I am not certain. Finally, it is worth noting that when recordings are silent, either overall or in one area, the Vérité projects inky blackness that is damn satisfying, and really deserves to be heard.
Universe Pads vs. Vérité Pads:
The physical differentiator between the Universe pads and Vérité pads is a slight angle at the rear of the former. The Vérité pads lie flat against your head, presenting a few noticeable changes. First, your ear is closer to the back of the pad, or in my case, touches the back of the pad. This was not the annoying kind of occasional brush, but more just light contact with the tops of my ears, which I don’t mind, especially in open-back headphones. After switching to the Vérité pads, I also had to reduce the rod extension by one notch, as the flatter profile absorbed less of the rod height than did the angled univers pads. The most noticeable sonic changes with the swap to the Vérité pads were a slight but inconsistent increase in energy from the middle of the midrange through the mid-treble, more bite to the general timbre, and a bit more focus and narrowing of the soundstage. The stage did not become small by any stretch, but there was a tilt inward. Overall, I think I prefer the Vérité pads, for they support what the Vérité is best at: being incisive, resolving, and dynamic. The Universe pads are a great option, and provide a little bit of mellowing and space that would certainly pair well with some genres, and allow for more relaxed listening sessions.
Headphone Comparisons:
Vérité vs. ZMF auteur (mahogany, auteur pads):
This might be the comparison that most are curious about. Thankfully, I am also most prepared to comment here, as I’ve been listening to my auteur daily for about a year at this point. Let’s get to it
The most immediately apparent difference between these headphones is in separation and texture. The Vérité does a better job at picking apart the mix, giving space and resolution to each component, without sounding artificial. To be entirely clear, the auteur was no slouch in this department. However, the new Be driver brings a level of transparency that the auteur can’t match. The soundstage is larger, and more clearly defined as well on the Vérité, which again, is not a department where the auteur could be seriously faulted, but where there was room for improvement that the Vérité thoroughly fill out. Transient edges of notes have more texture on the Vérité, are better defined, and more tightly controlled.
Mids are the foundation of almost every ZMF headphone, so we’ll begin comparing tuning there. The mid-range, especially vocals, are smoother and sound more musical on the auteur. On the Vérité, the extreme clarity of voices makes music played in the background ask for your attention. So much detail is presented, while pulling away the veil of recorded music, that I found the auteur to be the better headphone for background listening (and the aeolus better still). While the effect of directing my attention back to the music was not forceful, it was not easy to ignore, either. The tension between absolute transparency and musicality is an eternal struggle in high-end audio, and I believe that Zach has displayed real thoughtfulness in just where he drew the line for the Vérité. Music does not become fatiguing to listen to, as can be experienced with many “detail-head” cans, but neither did he make any appreciable compromises in resolution for the sake of easy-listening. To be fair, most people investing over $2,000 in a headphone are probably not prioritizing how easy it is to ignore, but who knows.
Again, I really think this comes down to the confluence of the measurably somewhat dark tuning of the Vérité, coupled with the absurd speed and specificity of the Be driver. Treble is more transparent and faster on the Vérité, as compared to the auteur, with effects like the vibrato of the chimes in Boomerang presenting as both richer and more apparent. The slight sheen that I sometimes felt needed to be polished off of the auteur treble is also rapidly dispensed with by the Vérité. This change brings clarity, without depending on shoutyness or glare. Despite this improvement in resolution, the more even overall tuning of the auteur’s treble conveys a sense of naturalness, which I very much appreciate. Bass is tighter and more textured on the Vérité, and a touch elevated above that of the auteur. To that final point, the auteur does have the technically more neutral tuning of the two. The Vérité does not present as distractingly colored, but compared to its sibling, which is the closest -to-neutral headphone I have spent any real amount of time with, the slightly down-sloping tuning is noticeable. To be fair, this comparison was done with the Vérité’s warmer pads, and the auteur’s more neutral, so if there is interest in me making a change in eitheboth directions for comparison, I would be happy to oblige.
Vérité vs. Sennheiser HD800:
If you read my auteur review, you know that I basically concluded that the auteur offered a more intimate presentation than the HD800, without giving up much in the way of detail retrieval, all while feeling dramatically less forced, and more musical. The Vérité, as you might then imagine, gives you the best of both worlds, and more. Compared to the Vérité, the HD800 feels thin, and does not achieve enough through its marginally wider soundstage to justify the victories that the Vérité wins in speed, richness of detail, bass quality and quantity, mid-range naturalness, or lack of sibilance. To be fair, the HD800 is less than ½ the price of the Vérité, and is almost a decade old, but as a stalwart of the audiophile’s stable, I believe that the comparison is warranted. In addition, the HD800 still does present a remarkable tool with which to dissect music, providing ample space, and making no attempt to distract.
The HD800 is also remarkably comfortable and light, and as one of the non-ZMF headphones in this comparison, its build is worth noting. Unfortunately, ergonomics are the only place where the HD800 challenges the Vérité, as in terms of durability, material quality, and (subjectively) aesthetics, it gets absolutely stomped (and covered in paint chips). I will probably keep my HD800 because I respect it, as a technical milestone, a point of reference, and an interesting change of pace, but I don’t see much much head-time in its future. I don’t imagine many people are deciding between these two headphones, so I will stop here.
Vérité vs. Stax SR-007 mk1:
So, this was fun. When I learned that I might be able to review a Vérité, I made sure that I would have an electrostatic headphone ready to go for comparison. I had a notion that the Beryllium driver would need a yardstick for speed and resolution, and after I sold a set of L700 last winter, I knew I needed to give another set of Stax a home.
SR-007 vs Vérité is the closest comparison I can make from my stable, when it comes to price parity, although the parity is a bit tricky to establish, due to the mk1 being discontinued. That said, at an MSRP of $2,100 for the SR-007 mk2, the 007 and the Vérité are within spitting distance of each other in terms of price. Add the cost of an energizeelectrostat amp that can drive the 007, and they land on the other side of the Vérité in the price comparison. While on non-sonic topics, let’s also discuss build. The 007 that I have are finished in a handsome champagne anodized aluminum, with plush brown leather cups and headband, and are quite light. Fit occurs via an auto-adjusting elastic strap, which some love and some hate. I am in the former camp, and find these quite comfortable. The Vérité is certainly heavier, but carries itself so well that I can’t declare a clear winner in terms of comfort. The 007 might eek out an extra 30 minutes at the end of a day of listening, but I would be more nervous about damaging them.
Let’s get to sound. The 007 and Vérité resolve detail in very different ways. Notes from the 007 seem to coalesce from space, and effortlessly float music into your ears. By comparison, the Vérité makes clear exactly where each sound is coming from, and presents detail in a much more deliberate and dynamic fashion. Transients from the 007 are slightly more liquid than those on the Vérité, flowing between notes, while still affording precise transitions. The Vérité, on the other hand, presents sharper edges to notes, and retreats to blackness, even for fractions of a second, in these inter-note spaces. Soundstage is more physical in its portrayal on the Vérité, and slightly smaller than that of the 007, but is comparable in the precision of instrument placement, if not a bit ahead of the 007. The diffuse and ethereal character of the 007 makes the Vérité’s stage feel more like music is being played, rather than just hovering in the air. I appreciate being able to listen to each note grow and fade in this more dynamic way, as opposed to the more atmospheric presentation of the 007.
I am a bit wary of this coming across as a generic comparison of electrostatic versus dynamic headphones, so let me put it this way: The Vérité is, other than maybe the Utopia, the most macro and micro-detailed, fast, and impactful dynamic headphone that I have heard. Because of this, the Vérité stands toe-to-toe with the 007 in many of the areas that Stax usually dominate, for example, absolute speed and resolution. What is left behind in the comparison is the means and character of their resolution, rather than a major quantitative difference, as might be apparent when referencing other dynamics. In terms of frequency response, the 007 has a slightly warm tilt, as does the Vérité, but the former is flatter through the lower mid-range. Due to the airier upper-end of the Vérité, and its crisp speed, the Vérité comes across as less warm than the 007, which brings it quite close to my ideal tuning. Both are exceptional headphones, each with a different take on absurd levels of detail and transparency.
I am very grateful to have been able to make this comparison, and think that the 007 and Vérité complement each other quite well. I would be curious to get in an 009 or 009S to see how a Stax with brighter tuning might pair up with the Vérité, but that will have to wait.
Vérité vs. ZMF Aeolus (Universe pads):
The Vérité and Aeolus are certainly not in the same price category, but given that the release of two new ZMF headphones invites comparison, and that I have the Aeolus in for review as well, let’s get into it.
Build is not really a category that deserves much time. The Vérité is a bit lighter due to the Mg chassis. Both headphones are finished beautifully, and built durably. I will go into a description of the Aeolus’ build in its review, coming Soon™.
To get right to sound, the Aeolus is just a freaking fun headphone, with a nice jump in technicalities and evenness as compared to the Atticus, that makes it so easy to listen to. More than any headphone in this review, including the Vérité, I found myself bobbing my head, or up and dancing, listening to the Aeolus. It’s not as technically proficient as the Vérité, it’s not as fast, controlled, holographic, or detailed, but it is a massive contender in the ~$1,000 headphone market. The mids on the Aeolus maintain a lush and inviting character that Atticus owners will know well, with guitars and vocals coming through especially in an exceedingly natural way. However, the mids are now transitioned into from a less booming, but still punchy, bass range, and are followed by treble that I think needs just a bit more bite on some classical tracks, but which makes a lot more recordings sound good. I still need to see how the Vérité pads alter the response of the Aeolus, and have a hopeful guess that they will bring the treble to an awesome spot.
Compared to the Vérité, all of this results in a headphone that is more friendly and forgiving, but less wowing and engrossing. The Vérité can resolve to an extreme, but would not be my go-to choice for “low-fi beats to study to” (I hope for obvious reasons). Beyond the fact that I would feel a bit guilty ignoring the Vérité, it is good at being the microscope with musicality that the HD800 never was, and the headphone with slam and speed that doesn’t drill detail into your ears with its metallic tuning. The Vérité isn’t a headphone that’s easy to put on the back burner mentally, despite its somewhat down-sloping tuning. Meanwhile, the Aeolus presents a great value for the enthusiast who wants a take on the ZMF sound that is less about absolute technical proficiency, and more about fun. That said, the Aeolus does take a big step toward traditional audiophile characteristics compared to the Atticus, and I think many people will love it for that reason.
“But….Are these a straight upgrade from the Auteur??”:
Yes and no. In terms of technicalities, the Vérité is clearly superior. Transient response, separation, image size and specificity, blackness of background, and overall speed are all better on the Vérité. That said, at the level of resolution that both these headphones occupy, timbre and tuning can play at least as large a role as technicalities in guiding a purchase. These more subjective features are not somewhere that I can predict your preference. I have shared what the Vérité sounds like to me in the context of other headphones, that is, remarkable. If you enjoy both tunings equally, the Vérité is the better headphone. If you prefer the frequency response and general voicing of the Auteur, then the answer is a bit murkier.
When it comes to price-to-performance, the value of each marginal dollar can only really be decided on by you, the potential buyer. Given this, I will leave the question of “worth” without a definitive answer. I will say that the Vérité can do things the Auteur cannot, but quantifying that difference, and assigning a dollar-per-unit value, is not something I can do.
Closing Thoughts
Wheeeeew. Nine pages of writing later, I’m about ready for a conclusion. The Vérité is an exceptional headphone, built by hand in the USA, after a tradition of quality, community and artistry. I am always excited to see another ZMF headphone come out for these reasons. The Vérité is no exception, and offers the most mature sonics of any headphone ZMF has released to date. The Vérité is not remotely close to inexpensive, but you are paying for the flagship headphone from a company that focuses on handcrafting heirloom pieces, in the US, for the high-end of a niche hobby. Whether or not the cost makes sense for you is not a decision I am equipped or interested in making, but the price is not without reason.
To finish up, I will briefly summarize my impressions, in that Zach has done a masterful job balancing the tuning and the technicalities of the Vérité. Their synergy is truly something special, and neither piece tells the whole story. This achievement requires a profound understanding of how we perceive music, and speaks to both Zach and ZMF’s growth. While no headphone can be a universal crowd-pleaser, the Vérité does so much right, in such a unique way, that I can only urge that you make serious efforts to get one around your head, and give the Vérité a hearty recommendation.
Thank you to Zach and ZMF for creating these, and sending them out for me to check out. I have enjoyed the Vérité a great deal, and appreciate the opportunity to review them.
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2018.02.24 16:14 throwaway6872625142 Definitive List of Notable Rock Band Network (RBN) Songs

Party Hits

Songs that are very well known in pop culture, maybe they're actively played on the radio, have been in the charts or have a very high view count on YouTube...
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Bodies Drowning Pool 2000s Nu-Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6
Semi-Charmed Life '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era, featured in Guitar Hero: Van Halen, has more RBN songs available
Never Let You Go '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era, DLC for GH4/5/6, has more RBN songs available
Jumper '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES Song available as DLC in RB4 era, DLC for GH4/5/6, has more RBN songs available
Great Balls of Fire Jerry Lee Lewis 1950s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO DYI Stems
Paralyzer Finger Eleven 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in BH
Movies Alien Ant Farm 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Energy The Apples in Stereo 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
Drunken Lullabies (Live) Flogging Molly 2010s Punk Link 1 NO YES YES
Blue (Da Ba Dee) Eiffel 65 1990s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO
Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Parry Gripp 2000s Novelty Link 1 NO YES YES Notable internet songwriter (This song has over 30M views), has more RBN songs available
Bed Intruder Song (feat. Kelly Dodson) Antoine Dodson & The Gregory Brothers 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Notable internet meme song (Over 138M views)
Going Under Evanescence 2000s Nu-Metal Link 1 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
I Like Trains Lil Deuce Deuce 2010s Reggae/Ska Link 2 NO YES NO Notable internet meme song (Over 44M views)
St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion) John Parr 1980s Classic Rock Link 2 NO YES NO From the film "St. Elmo's Fire", a 2012 version with altered lyrics was also released
The Touch Stan Bush 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on the Transformers Movie, is a modern re-recording for legal reasons
Higher Creed 1990s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
White Knuckles OK Go 2010s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RB1 and DLC, remix version of White Knuckles also available on RBN
I Can Swing My Sword (ft. Terabrite) Toby Turner 2010s Novelty Link 2 NO YES NO Minecraft parody song, has like 100m views on YouTube
The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny (RBN Mix) Lemon Demon 2010s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Very vintage meme, BRODYQUEST is also available (Also by Lemon Demon)
Atomic Blondie 1980s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Must be purchased through Xbox web store, at the highest RBN price ($3)
Bohemian Like You The Dandy Warhols 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO NO NO Must be purchased through Xbox web store, at the highest RBN price ($3)
The Funeral Band of Horses 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Song with 32M views on YouTube, band previously featured in RBVR, has more RBN songs available

Artists Featured In Official Harmonix Content

The list of artists that have previously been featured under Harmonix-branded content and are available on the RBN
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Everything I Hate About Myself Death of the Cool 2010s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured in RB1, song used in RB3 menus
Collide Anarchy Club 2000s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured in RB1 and RB2, song featured in GH2
Bang Camaro Bang Camaro 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RB1, RB2 and official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Doppelgänger Freezepop 2010s New Wave Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured in RB1 and official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Crash Years The New Pornographers 2010s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RB1 and official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Hey Honest Bob and the Factory-To-Dealer Incentives 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured in RB1 and official DLC, song featured on GH1, has more RBN songs available
White Knuckles OK Go 2010s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RB1 and DLC, remix version of White Knuckles also available on RBN
Survive Lacuna Coil 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RB2 and DLC
Henchmen Ride Testament 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RB2 and DLC
Megalodon Mastodon 2000s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Band previously featured in RB2 and DLC
Homosuperior The Main Drag 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Band previously featured in RB2, used in RBB menus, has more RBN songs available
Obfuscation Between the Buried and Me 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as one of the RB2 bonus tracks, has more RBN songs available
In Division Underoath 2010s Metal Link 2 NO YES YES Band previously featured as one of the RB2 bonus tracks
Robots May Break Your Heart Riverboat Gamblers 2000s Punk Link 1 NO NO NO Band previously featured in RB3
Young Bloods The Bronx 2000s Punk Link 1 NO NO NO Band previously featured in RB3, has more RBN songs available
More Down June 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Used in RB3 menus
Blink Father Octopus 2010s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Used in RB3 menus
Trash Candy Tijuana Sweetheart 2000s Punk Link 1 NO NO NO Used in RB3 menus
Fade Away Of Last Resort 2000s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Used in RBB menus
Antman The Red Chord 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES NO Band previously featured in RBR
Too Hot to Handle Carl Douglas 2000s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Band previously featured in LRB
Spin We the Kings 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in LRB, has more RBN songs available
The Funeral Band of Horses 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RBVR, has more RBN songs available
Audience and Audio Twin Atlantic 2000s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured in RBVR, has more RBN songs available
Walls All Time Low 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
Perfect Weapon Black Veil Brides 2010s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Caves Chiodos 2010s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Roll the Dice Damone 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Talk About Dear and the Headlights 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
This F***ing Job Drive-By Truckers 2010s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
Don't Tell Me What to Dream God Forbid 2010s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
Unfurling a Darkened Gospel Job for a Cowboy 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
Nugget Man Paul and Storm 2000s Novelty Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Rollercoaster Sleater-Kinny 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
HTML Rulez D00d Sleater-Kinny 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Trenches The Haunted 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Stay Here Forever The Material 2010s Pop-Rocks Link 1 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
Australia The Shins 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
2nd Sucks A Day to Remember 2010s Rock Link 2 YES YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, DLC for GH4/5/6, more songs available on RBN
Movies Alien Ant Farm 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, more Alien Ant Farm available on RBN
Hold On All That Remains 2010s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, artist has more RBN songs available
Going Under Evanescence 2000s Nu-Metal Link 1 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC
Infected Nation Evile 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, artist has more RBN songs available
The Gun Show In This Moment 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, artist has more RBN songs available
Still Alive Jonathan Coulton ft. Sara Quin 2010s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, artist has more RBN songs available
Goth Girls MC Frontalot 2000s Other Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, artist has more RBN songs available
I'm Amazed My Morning Jacket 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO YES NO Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era
Second & Sebring Of Mice & Men 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era, artist has more RBN songs available
Caraphernelia Pierce the Veil 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era
Do You Portugal. The Man 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era
Hard to See Five Finger Death Punch 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era, featured in GH6, artist has more RBN songs available
This War Will Never Start Steve Pardo 2010s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era, used in RB3 credits
Jumper '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES Song available as DLC in RB4 era, DLC for GH4/5/6, more Third Eye Blind songs available on RBN

Available on Other Rhythm Games

This is a list of songs that have previously featured in other rhythm games that can be purchased through the RBN
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Cheat on the Church Graveyard BBQ 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1
Hey Honest Bob and the Factory-To-Dealer Incentives 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH1, band previously featured in RB1 and official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Collide Anarchy Club 2000s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Featured in GH2, band previously featured in RB1 and RB2
Gemini Brain Kehanek 2000s Blues Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH2
Soy Bomb Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH2, band previously featured in RB1 and official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Push Push (Lady Lightning) Bang Camaro 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH2, band previously featured in RB1, RB2 and official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Impulse An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO Featured in GH3, has more RBN songs available
The Way It Ends Prototype 2000s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Featured in GH3
For the Love of God (Live) Steve Vai 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH3's DLC, has more RBN songs available, acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks
You're Gonna Say Yeah! HushPuppies 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured in Guitar Hero: World Tour
Paralyzer Finger Eleven 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in Band Hero and On Tour: Modern Hits
Seven Sunny Day Real Estate 1990s Emo Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH5, has more RBN songs available
Semi-Charmed Life '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in Guitar Hero: Van Halen
Bodies Drowning Pool 2000s Nu-Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6
Hard to See Five Finger Death Punch 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6, band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era, has more RBN songs available
I Know What I Am Band of Skulls 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6
Nemesis Arch Enemy 2000s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Featured in GH6
Remedy Seether 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in On Tour: Decades, has more RBN songs available
2nd Sucks A Day to Remember 2010s Rock Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, artist featured as official DLC, has more RBN songs available
All I Want A Day to Remember 2010s Punk Link 1 NO YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, artist featured as official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Anything An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, has more RBN songs available
From the Blue/Point of No Return An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, has more RBN songs available
The Triangular Race Through Space An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, has more RBN songs available
World on Fire Firewind 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, has more RBN songs available
Never Let You Go '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES DLC for GH4/5/6, has more RBN songs available
30 Lives The Motion Sick 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on multiple DDR games
Swim Surfer Blood 2010s Indie Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Featured on Powergig: Rise of the Sixth String

Otherwise Notable RBN Tracks

Songs from artists that may not be party hits but are notable for other reasons. Maybe they're songs or artists that have garnered critical acclaim or enjoy a strong cult following in the community.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Turnpike Ghost Steel Train 2010s Alternative Link 1 NO NO NO Tommy_the_Gun really likes this band
Airbrushed Anamanaguchi 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Notable bitpop artist, well regarded as fun to play on all instruments
The Complexity of Light Children of Nova 2000s Prog Link 1 NO YES YES Notable artist, well regarded as fun to play on all instruments
Buried Cold Rose of Jericho 2000s Pop-Rock Link 2 NO YES NO RB3 Version to get 2.0 specific features, band's guitarist was active in the RB community, has more RBN songs available
In the Wake of Evolution Kaipa 2010s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO Well regarded as fun to play on all instruments
Business Time Flight of the Conchords 2000s Novelty Link 1 NO YES YES Well-known comedy duo, has more RBN songs available
Lemon Meringue Tie Dance Gavin Dance 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Notable artist, has more RBN songs available
Guitars SUCK Bumblefoot 2000s Metal Link 1 NO NO NO Acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks, has more RBN songs available
The Mob Goes Wild Clutch 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Has more RBN songs available
The Difference Between Medicine and Poison is in the Dose Circa Survive 2000s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
BEER!! Psychostick 2000s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Nolvety comedy group, has more RBN songs available
Shipwrecked Alestorm 2010s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Schizophrenia Jukebox the Ghost 2010s Pop-Rock Link 2 NO YES NO
Pale Sister of Light Free Spirit 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Full album available for download, considered fun to play on all instruments
You're a Wolf Sea Wolf 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES NO jedi168 likes this song
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
If I'm James Dean, You're Audrey Hepburn Sleeping with Sirens 2010s Emo Link 1 NO YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Fight for Greatness Bloom 2010s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Regarded as fun on all instruments
Very Busy People The Limousines 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO
Bleed Meshuggah 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES
No One's Gonna Love You Band of Horses 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Has more RBN songs available
Break Me The Irresponsibles 2010s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Theme song to the Spoony Experiment web show, has more RBN songs available
Blow at High Dough The Tragically Hip 1980s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES

Extremely Difficult on Guitar

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on guitar. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Chiasm Chaotrope 2010s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Still not FC'd on guitar
The Attitude Song Steve Vai 1980s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Acclaimed guitarist, has more RBN songs available (All was recommended on guitar)
Guitars SUCK Bumblefoot 2000s Metal Link 1 NO NO NO Acclaimed guitarist, has more RBN songs available (All was recommended on guitar)
Farewell, Mona Lisa The Dillinger Escape Plan 2010s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Dark Horse Converge 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES NO
Headed For the Ditch Andy Timmons 2000s Country Link 1 NO NO NO Has more RBN songs available

Extremely Fun on Guitar

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" guitar charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Gemini Brain Kehanek 2000s Blues Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH2
Creatures ov Deception Rainbowdragoneyes 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 YES YES NO RB3 Version to get 2.0 specific features
Impulse An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO Featured in GH3, has more RBN songs available
Anything An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Buster Voodoo Rodrigo y Gabriela 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
Chameleon Carnival Andromeda 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Redemption Andy Timmons 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Has more RBN songs available
Bang Camaro Bang Camaro 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Band previously featured in RB1, RB2 and official DLC, has more RBN songs available
Surprise Valley (Live) Widespread Panic 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Scissorlips Rishloo 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO Has more RBN songs available (All was recommended on guitar)
The Battle of Lil' Slugger (Remix) dB Soundworks 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Taken from Super Meat Boy soundtrack but remixed for Rock Band specific gameplay, has more RBN songs available
Higher Creed 1990s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
The Attitude Song Steve Vai 1980s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Acclaimed guitarist, has more RBN songs available (All was recommended on guitar)
Guitars SUCK Bumblefoot 2000s Metal Link 1 NO NO NO Acclaimed guitarist, has more RBN songs available (All was recommended on guitar)
Burn It Down Five Finger Death Punch 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Band featured as Harmonix DLC in RB4 era, has more RBN songs available
The Duel Van Friscia 2010s Prog Link 2 YES YES YES Has more RBN songs available
Headed For the Ditch Andy Timmons 2000s Country Link 1 NO NO NO Has more RBN songs available
We Are Not Anonymous Unearth 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Difficult on Drums

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on drums. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
"I am S/H(im)e[r] as You am S/H(im)e[r] as You are Me and We am I and I are All Our Together" Giraffes? Giraffes! 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Farewell, Mona Lisa The Dillinger Escape Plan 2010s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Dark Horse Converge 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES NO
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Fun on Drums

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" drum charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
"I am S/H(im)e[r] as You am S/H(im)e[r] as You are Me and We am I and I are All Our Together" Giraffes? Giraffes! 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Has more RBN songs available
Movies Alien Ant Farm 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Band previously featured as Harmonix DLC, has more RBN songs available
Scissorlips Rishloo 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO More Rishloo available (All was recommended on drums)
Megalodon Mastodon 2000s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Critically acclaimed metal band, features official RB DLC and was a disc artist in RB2
Fight for Greatness Bloom 2010s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Regarded as fun on all instruments
Seven Sunny Day Real Estate 1990s Emo Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH5, has more RBN songs available (All was recommended on drums)

Extremely Difficult on Bass

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on bass. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.

Extremely Fun on Bass

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" bass charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Higher Creed 1990s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
Atomic Blondie 1980s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Must be purchased through Xbox web store, at the highest RBN price ($3)
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Difficult on Vocals

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on vocals. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.

Extremely Fun on Vocals

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" vocal charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Electricity if in My Soul Steam Powered Giraffe 2000s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Difficult on Keyboard

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on keyboard. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Veil of Illumination Andromeda 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO Length means it's split among two song purchases, has more RBN songs available
Discord (EuroChaos Mix) Eurobeat Brony ft. Odyssey 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO

Extremely Fun on Keyboard

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" keyboard charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
The Duel Van Friscia 2010s Prog Link 2 YES YES YES Has more RBN songs available
Heroism Mystakin 2010s Prog Link 2 NO YES YES Has more RBN songs available
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO

Unusual RBN Usage

Songs that don't fit into the above themes, but used the RBN service in a way that is otherwise interesting or notable! Unusual genres for Rock Band, songs written specifically for the RBN and other ambitious projects should be here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
ZTO Devin Townsend 2000s Metal Link 1 YES NO NO Whole album available and features Rock Band specific changes and a "storyline"
Pressure Cooker Magnus 'SoulEye' Pålsson 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Taken from VVVVVV soundtrack, has more RBN songs available
Bang Rockapella 2010s Other Link 1 NO NO NO Capella song, with the instrument filling the role of harmonies! (Before RBN 2)
Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Parry Gripp 2000s Novelty Link 1 NO YES YES Notable internet songwriter (This song has over 30M views), has more songs available on RBN
Bed Intruder Song (feat. Kelly Dodson) Antoine Dodson & The Gregory Brothers 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Notable internet meme song (Over 138M views)
(Do You Wanna Date My) Avatar The Guild ft. Felicia Day 2000s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 1 NO YES YES Song taken from a webcomic series, more songs by "The Guild" available
Cookie Monster XTT 2010s Novelty Link 1 NO NO NO COOKIE MONSTER
The Battle of Lil' Slugger (Remix) dB Soundworks 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Taken from Super Meat Boy soundtrack but remixed for Rock Band specific gameplay. More songs available
Pac-Man Fever Buckner & Garcia 1990s Pop-Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Novelty 80's act who produced songs inspired by arcade games, the entire "Pac-Man Fever" album is available on the RBN
Eency Weency Spider CJ 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO NO NO As in the nursery rhyme, CJ also has "Mr Sun" up there with an "interesting" falsetto ending
I Can Swing My Sword (ft. Terabrite) Toby Turner 2010s Novelty Link 2 NO YES NO Minecraft parody song, has like 100m views on YouTube
The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny (RBN Mix) Lemon Demon 2010s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Very vintage meme, BRODYQUEST is also available (Also by Lemon Demon)
One Bad Man Midnight Riders 2000s Southern Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Fictional band from the game L4D2, has more RBN songs available
You All Everybody Drive Shaft 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Fictional band from the TV show "Lost"
Piano Sonata No. 14 - Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven) Thomas Walker 2010s Classical Link 2 NO YES NO Classical public domain music, more available under the artists "Thomas Walker" and "Magnefora"
SEX SNMT 2010s Other Link 2 NO NO NO Probably the only representation of "Noise" in Rock Band, has more RBN songs available
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2018.02.03 03:34 throwaway6872625142 Let's Make a (Close To) Definitive List of Notable RBN Tracks Before the Delisting!

Hi all,
I'm somebody who didn't give RBN the fair chance it deserved when it was actively supported, and while I've picked up the odd track I didn't closely follow the news and there's bound to be gems I've missed. I assume I'm in a situation similar to most people here.
Harmonix isn't being clear how soon these songs are going down so we don't exactly have time to waste. Furthermore there's like 2,121 songs. Nobody has time for that.
I think the best way we can try to solve this is by creating a community-generated list of the "notable" Rock Band Network tracks. Now I know every song is special, so what makes these ones "notable"? Well I've come up with a few headings that are probably a decent way for each Rock Band fan to find what they're looking for in that 2,121 song pile.
Please clearly state the heading(s) you're entering the songs for and feel free to suggest for songs to go in multiple headers!
I'm out tomorrow so it may take me awhile to edit this first post together with your suggestions but I promise I will get around to collating them all ASAP. I also may repost this when we get closer to the cutoff date.
List of RBN 1.0 Songs
List of RBN 2.0 Songs
Without further wait, the list as currently stands!...

Party Hits

Songs that are very well known, actively played on the radio, have been in the charts etc... Basically the songs that would make perfectly suitable Harmonix DLC
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Bodies Drowning Pool 2000s Nu-Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6
Semi-Charmed Life '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES More Third Eye Blind songs available on RBN
Never Let You Go '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES DLC for GH4/5/6, more Third Eye Blind songs available on RBN
Jumper '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES DLC for GH4/5/6, more Third Eye Blind songs available on RBN
Great Balls of Fire Jerry Lee Lewis 1950s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO DYI Stems
Paralyzer Finger Eleven 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in BH
Movies Alien Ant Farm 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO More Alien Ant Farm available on RBN
Energy The Apples in Stereo 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
Drunken Lullabies (Live) Flogging Molly 2010s Punk Link 1 NO YES YES
Blue (Da Ba Dee) Eiffel 65 1990s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO
Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Parry Gripp 2000s Novelty Link 1 NO YES YES Notable internet songwriter (This song has over 30M views), has more songs available on RBN
Bed Intruder Song (feat. Kelly Dodson) Antoine Dodson & The Gregory Brothers 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Notable internet meme song (Over 138M views)
Going Under Evanescence 2000s Nu-Metal Link 1 NO YES NO
I Like Trains Lil Deuce Deuce 2010s Reggae/Ska Link 2 NO YES NO Notable internet meme song (Over 44M views)
St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion) John Parr 1980s Classic Rock Link 2 NO YES NO From the film "St. Elmo's Fire", a 2012 version with altered lyrics was also released
The Touch Stan Bush 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on the Transformers Movie, is a modern re-recording for legal reasons
Higher Creed 1990s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
White Knuckles OK Go 2010s Alternative Link 1 NO YES YES OK Go have previously had songs on-disc and as official DLC, remix version of White Knuckles also available on RBN
I Can Swing My Sword (ft. Terabrite) Toby Turner 2010s Novelty Link 2 NO YES NO Minecraft parody song, has like 100m views on YouTube
The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny (RBN Mix) Lemon Demon 2010s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Very vintage meme, BRODYQUEST is also available (Also by Lemon Demon)
Atomic Blondie 1980s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Must be purchased through Xbox web store, at the highest RBN price ($3)
Bohemian Like You The Dandy Warhols 2000s Alternative Link 1 NO NO NO Must be purchased through Xbox web store, at the highest RBN price ($3)

Otherwise Notable RBN Tracks

Songs from artists that may not be party hits but are notable for other reasons. Maybe the band already have songs on a Rock Band, maybe they're songs or artists that have garnered critical acclaim or enjoy a strong cult following. The kind of track you'd see recommended by the community a lot but you're likely to get your first exposure to them through Rock Band.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Obfuscation Between the Buried and Me 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Other songs by Between the Buried and Me available
The Gun Show In This Moment 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES More "In This Moment" available as official DLC and RBN DLC
Turnpike Ghost Steel Train 2010s Alternative Link 1 NO NO NO Tommy_the_Gun really likes this band
Still Alive Jonathan Coulton ft. Sara Quin 2010s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Notable artist, Jonathon Coulton available as official DLC and plenty more RBN tracks
Goth Girls MC Frontalot 2000s Other Link 1 NO YES YES Notable "nerdcore" artist, has songs available as official DLC and plenty more RBN tracks
Airbrushed Anamanaguchi 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Notable bitpop artist, well regarded as fun to play on all instruments
The Complexity of Light Children of Nova 2000s Prog Link 1 NO YES YES Notable artist, well regarded as fun to play on all instruments
Buried Cold Rose of Jericho 2000s Pop-Rock Link 2 NO YES NO RB3 Version to get 2.0 specific features, band's guitarist was active in the RB community and more songs available
30 Lives The Motion Sick 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on multiple DDR games
In the Wake of Evolution Kaipa 2010s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO Well regarded as fun to play on all instruments
Hold On All That Remains 2010s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Notable artist, has songs available as official DLC and plenty more RBN tracks
Megalodon Mastodon 2000s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Critically acclaimed metal band, features official RB DLC and was a disc artist in RB2
Business Time Flight of the Conchords 2000s Novelty Link 1 NO YES YES Well-known comedy duo, have multiple songs available on the RBN
Lemon Meringue Tie Dance Gavin Dance 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Notable artist, more songs available on RBN
Infected Nation Evile 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Notable artist, has songs available as official DLC and plenty more RBN tracks
Bang Camaro Bang Camaro 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Notable Harmonix band, has songs available as official DLC, on-disc and plenty more RBN tracks
Guitars SUCK Bumblefoot 2000s Metal Link 1 NO NO NO Artist has many more RBN songs available, acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks
The Mob Goes Wild Clutch 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES More Clutch songs available on RBN
The Difference Between Medicine and Poison is in the Dose Circa Survive 2000s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
BEER!! Psychostick 2000s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Nolvety comedy group, more Psychostick available through RBN
Shipwrecked Alestorm 2010s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO More Alestorm available through RBN
Everything I Hate About Myself Death of the Cool 2010s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Used in RB3 menus, Harmonix band and previously featured on disc
More Down June 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Used in RB3 menus
Blink Father Octopus 2010s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Used in RB3 menus
This War Will Never Start Steve Pardo 2010s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Used in RB3 credits, Steve Pardo later had free RB4 DLC
Trash Candy Tijuana Sweetheart 2000s Punk Link 1 NO NO NO Used in RB3 menus
Fade Away Of Last Resort 2000s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Used in RBB menus
Homosuperior The Main Drag 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Used in RBB menus, artist has more RBN songs available and was featured on-disc
Schizophrenia Jukebox the Ghost 2010s Pop-Rock Link 2 NO YES NO
Pale Sister of Light Free Spirit 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Full album available for download, considered fun to play on all instruments
You're a Wolf Sea Wolf 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES NO jedi168 likes this song
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
If I'm James Dean, You're Audrey Hepburn Sleeping with Sirens 2010s Emo Link 1 NO YES NO "If You Can't Hang" by Sleeping with Sirens is also available
Caraphernelia Pierce the Veil 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO Well known band
Fight for Greatness Bloom 2010s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Regarded as fun on all instruments
Very Busy People The Limousines 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO
Henchmen Ride Testament 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Artist had a song on the RB2 disc
Bleed Meshuggah 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES
No One's Gonna Love You Band of Horses 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES More Band of Horses available on the Rock Band Network

Available on Other Rhythm Games

This is a list of songs that have previously featured in other rhythm games that can be purchased through the RBN
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Cheat on the Church Graveyard BBQ 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1
Hey Honest Bob and the Factory-To-Dealer Incentives 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH1
Collide Anarchy Club 2000s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Featured in GH2
Gemini Brain Kehanek 2000s Blues Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH2
Soy Bomb Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH2
Impulse An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO Featured in GH3, more An Endless Sporadic available
The Way It Ends Prototype 2000s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Featured in GH3
For the Love of God (Live) Steve Vai 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH3's DLC, artist has many more RBN songs available, acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks
You're Gonna Say Yeah! HushPuppies 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured in Guitar Hero: World Tour
Paralyzer Finger Eleven 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in Band Hero and On Tour: Modern Hits
Seven Sunny Day Real Estate 1990s Emo Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH5, more Sunny Day Real Estate available through RBN
Semi-Charmed Life '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in Guitar Hero: Van Halen
Bodies Drowning Pool 2000s Nu-Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6
Hard to See Five Finger Death Punch 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6, more Five Finger Death Punch available
I Know What I Am Band of Skulls 2000s Indie Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in GH6
Nemesis Arch Enemy 2000s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Featured in GH6
Remedy Seether 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES Featured in On Tour: Decades, More songs available on RBN
2nd Sucks A Day to Remember 2010s Rock Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6
All I Want A Day to Remember 2010s Punk Link 1 NO YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6
Anything An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, more An Endless Sporadic available
From the Blue/Point of No Return An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, more An Endless Sporadic available
The Triangular Race Through Space An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, more An Endless Sporadic available
World on Fire Firewind 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES NO DLC for GH4/5/6, more Firewind available
Never Let You Go '09 Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES DLC for GH4/5/6, more Third Eye Blind songs available on RBN
30 Lives The Motion Sick 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on multiple DDR games
Swim Surfer Blood 2010s Indie Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Featured on Powergig: Rise of the Sixth String

Extremely Difficult on Guitar

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on guitar. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Chiasm Chaotrope 2010s Metal Link 2 NO YES NO Still not FC'd on guitar
The Attitude Song Steve Vai 1980s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Artist has many more RBN songs available, acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks
Guitars SUCK Bumblefoot 2000s Metal Link 1 NO NO NO Artist has many more RBN songs available, acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks
Farewell, Mona Lisa The Dillinger Escape Plan 2010s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO More Dillinger Escape Plan available on RBN
Dark Horse Converge 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES NO
Headed For the Ditch Andy Timmons 2000s Country Link 1 NO NO NO More Andy Timmons available

Extremely Fun on Guitar

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" guitar charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Gemini Brain Kehanek 2000s Blues Link 2 NO YES NO Featured on GH2
Creatures ov Deception Rainbowdragoneyes 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 YES YES NO RB3 Version to get 2.0 specific features
Impulse An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO Featured in GH3, more An Endless Sporadic available
Anything An Endless Sporadic 2000s Prog Link 2 YES YES NO More An Endless Sporadic available
Buster Voodoo Rodrigo y Gabriela 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
Chameleon Carnival Andromeda 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO More Andromeda available
Redemption Andy Timmons 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES More Andy Timmons available
Bang Camaro Bang Camaro 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Notable Harmonix band, has songs available as official DLC, on-disc and plenty more RBN tracks
Surprise Valley (Live) Widespread Panic 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES NO More Widespread Panic available
Scissorlips Rishloo 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO More Rishloo available (All was recommended on guitar)
The Battle of Lil' Slugger (Remix) dB Soundworks 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Taken from Super Meat Boy soundtrack but remixed for Rock Band specific gameplay. More songs available
Higher Creed 1990s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
The Attitude Song Steve Vai 1980s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Artist has many more RBN songs available, acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks
Guitars SUCK Bumblefoot 2000s Metal Link 1 NO NO NO Artist has many more RBN songs available, acclaimed guitarist, all regarded as fun tracks
Burn It Down Five Finger Death Punch 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES More Five Finger Death Punch available
The Duel Van Friscia 2010s Prog Link 2 YES YES YES More Van Friscia available
Headed For the Ditch Andy Timmons 2000s Country Link 1 NO NO NO More Andy Timmons available
We Are Not Anonymous Unearth 2000s Metal Link 1 NO YES YES
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Difficult on Drums

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on drums. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
"I am S/H(im)e[r] as You am S/H(im)e[r] as You are Me and We am I and I are All Our Together" Giraffes? Giraffes! 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO More Giraffes? Giraffes! available on RBN
Farewell, Mona Lisa The Dillinger Escape Plan 2010s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO More Dillinger Escape Plan available on RBN
Dark Horse Converge 2010s Metal Link 1 NO YES NO
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Fun on Drums

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" drum charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
"I am S/H(im)e[r] as You am S/H(im)e[r] as You are Me and We am I and I are All Our Together" Giraffes? Giraffes! 2000s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO More Giraffes? Giraffes! available
Movies Alien Ant Farm 2000s Rock Link 2 NO YES NO More Alien Ant Farm available on RBN
Scissorlips Rishloo 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO More Rishloo available (All was recommended on drums)
Megalodon Mastodon 2000s Metal Link 2 YES YES NO Critically acclaimed metal band, features official RB DLC and was a disc artist in RB2
Fight for Greatness Bloom 2010s Indie Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Regarded as fun on all instruments

Extremely Difficult on Bass

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on bass. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.

Extremely Fun on Bass

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" bass charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Higher Creed 1990s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES
Atomic Blondie 1980s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO NO NO Must be purchased through Xbox web store, at the highest RBN price ($3)
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Difficult on Vocals

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on vocals. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.

Extremely Fun on Vocals

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" vocal charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Electricity if in My Soul Steam Powered Giraffe 2000s Rock Link 1 NO NO NO
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO
Even Rats The Slip 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Featured on GH1

Extremely Difficult on Keyboard

Songs that are of the hardest difficulty on keyboard. We're talking the absolute highest of "Devil tier" here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
Veil of Illumination Andromeda 2000s Prog Link 2 NO YES NO Length means it's split among two song purchases, more Andromeda available
Discord (EuroChaos Mix) Eurobeat Brony ft. Odyssey 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO

Extremely Fun on Keyboard

Songs that may not be exactly "hard" but feature what most would consider to be incredibly "fun" keyboard charts. Generally songs containing varied, unusual and not overly-straining note charts.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
The Duel Van Friscia 2010s Prog Link 2 YES YES YES More Van Friscia available
Heroism Mystakin 2010s Prog Link 2 NO YES YES More Mystakin available
You Will Leave a Mark A Silent Film 2010s Alternative Link 2 NO YES NO

Unusual RBN Usage

Songs that don't fit into the above themes, but used the RBN service in a way that is otherwise interesting or notable! Unusual genres for Rock Band, songs written specifically for the RBN and other ambitious projects should sit here.
Title Artist Decade Genre Video RBN 1/2 Double Bass Version Available on PS3 Available on Wii Further Notes
ZTO Devin Townsend 2000s Metal Link 1 YES NO NO Whole album available and features Rock Band specific changes and "Storyline"
Pressure Cooker Magnus 'SoulEye' Pålsson 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Taken from VVVVVV soundtrack, more songs available
Bang Rockapella 2010s Other Link 1 NO NO NO Capella song, with the instrument filling the role of harmonies! (Before RBN 2)
Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Parry Gripp 2000s Novelty Link 1 NO YES YES Notable internet songwriter (This song has over 30M views), has more songs available on RBN
Bed Intruder Song (feat. Kelly Dodson) Antoine Dodson & The Gregory Brothers 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Notable internet meme song (Over 138M views)
(Do You Wanna Date My) Avatar The Guild ft. Felicia Day 2000s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 1 NO YES YES Song taken from a webcomic series, more songs by "The Guild" available
Cookie Monster XTT 2010s Novelty Link 1 NO NO NO COOKIE MONSTER
The Battle of Lil' Slugger (Remix) dB Soundworks 2010s Pop/Dance/Electronic Link 2 NO YES NO Taken from Super Meat Boy soundtrack but remixed for Rock Band specific gameplay. More songs available
Pac-Man Fever Buckner & Garcia 1990s Pop-Rock Link 2 NO YES NO Novelty 80's act who produced songs inspired by arcade games, the entire "Pac-Man Fever" album is available on the RBN
Eency Weency Spider CJ 2000s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO NO NO As in the nursery rhyme, CJ also has "Mr Sun" up there with an interesting falsetto ending.
I Can Swing My Sword (ft. Terabrite) Toby Turner 2010s Novelty Link 2 NO YES NO Minecraft parody song, has like 100m views on YouTube
The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny (RBN Mix) Lemon Demon 2010s Pop-Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Very vintage meme, BRODYQUEST is also available (Also by Lemon Demon)
One Bad Man Midnight Riders 2000s Southern Rock Link 1 NO YES NO Fictional band from the game L4D2, "Midnight Ride" is also available
You All Everybody Drive Shaft 2000s Rock Link 1 NO YES YES Fictional band from the TV show "Lost"
Thank you! Please suggest songs while you can as soon as you can! Let's lesson the delisting blues as much as possible!
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2018.01.24 02:22 sconce2600 The List 2018: Who's out!

The Lineup has been released! Bold denotes acts that ended up on the lineup.
2017
2016
Out due to gigs at AT&T Park (Capacity: 41,915)/Levi's Stadium (Capacity: 75,000) in San Francisco and Santa Clara CA
Out due to gigs at Shoreline Amphitheatre (Capacity: 22,500) in Mountain View CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Oracle arena (Capacity: 19,596) in Oakland CA
Out due to gigs at the Golden One Center (Capacity: 17,608) in Sacramento CA
Out due to gigs at the SAP Center (Capacity: 17,496) in San Jose CA
Out due to gigs at the Concord Pavilion (Capacity: 12,500) in Concord CA (May through November)
Papa Murphy's Park at Cal Expo in Sacramento CA
Out due to gigs at the Greek Theatre (Capacity: 8,500) in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (Capacity: 7,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Masonic (Capacity: 3,165) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the City National Civic (Capacity: 2,850) in San Jose CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Warfield (Capacity: 2,300) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Mountain Winery (Capacity: 2,278) in Saratoga CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fox theater (Capacity: 2,250) in Oakland CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at UC Theatre (Capacity: 1,400) in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fillmore (Capacity: 1,050) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Regency Ballroom (Capacity: 1,050) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the August Hall (Capacity : 1,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Mezzaine (Capacity: 1,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Uptown (Capacity: 863) in Napa CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Bimbo's 365 (Capacity: 685) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Great American Music Hall (Capacity: 600) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Cornerstone (Capacity: 600) in Berkeley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Chapel (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA
Out due to gigs at the Slims (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Independent (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to playing Blurry Vision Fest in Oakland CA (May 12th-13th)
Out due to playing Bottlerock in Napa CA (May 26th-28th)
Out due to playing Clusterfest in San Francisco CA (June 1st-3rd)
Out due to playing Burger Boogaloo in Oakland CA (June 30th-July 1st)
Out due to playing Sonoma Harvest in Glen Ellen CA (September 22nd-23rd)
Out due to playing Flow festival in Finland (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boardmasters festival in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Way out West festival in Sweden (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Smukfest in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Oya Festival in Norway (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing SonneMondSterne Festival in Germany (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boomtown Fair in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haven Festival in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to Sziget Festival in Hungary (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haldren Pop Festival in Germany
Out for other reasons
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2018.01.02 00:43 onrv Top Posts of December 2017

Date Theme/s Song Title Artist Year Country Submitter
Fri 1st December Movies Christmas Time Is Here Vince Guaraldi Trio 1965 US KingEuronIIIGreyjoy
Sat 2nd Scotland This Fire Franz Ferdinand 2003 GB Flo__Moore
Sun 3rd Current Obsessions Blame It on the Tetons Modest Mouse 2004 US samij420
Mon 4th Quartets A Hard Day's Night The Beatles 1964 GB Flo__Moore
Tue 5th Energy Are 'Friends' Electric? Gary Numan + Tubeway Army 1979 GB LaughingBean
Wed 6th Pretty Oh, Pretty Woman Roy Orbison and the Candy Men 1961 US lol_gay
Thu 7th Yearbook Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) [My actual class song] Journey 1983 US cablelayer1
Fri 8th (David) Geffen Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana 1991 US joeschlosberg
Sat 9th Hyperbole Straight to Hell The Clash 1982 GB lol_gay
Sun 10th 8-Track Tapes Come and Get Your Love (live) Redbone 1974 US Flo__Moore
Mon 11th Treason My Best Friend's Girl The Cars 1978 US IFullerBucheet
Tue 12th Instrumental Duets Tamacun (live) Rodrigo Y Gabriela 2008 MX IntrigueDossier
Wed 13th Exes All My Ex's Live in Texas George Strait 1987 US sbroue
Thu 14th Star Wars Star Wars Nick the Lounge Singer (Bill Murray) 1978 US KingEuronIIIGreyjoy
Fri 15th Star Trek Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time) (live) William Shatner 1978 US cablelayer1
Sat 16th Propaganda Yvan Eht Nioj Party Posse (The Simpsons) 2001 US SummerMummer
Sun 17th Seventeen Edge of Seventeen Stevie Nicks 1981 US Richte36
Mon 18th 2 Weeks Notice (Quitting, Moving On) Honeybee Steam Powered Giraffe 2012 US samij420
Tue 19th Reindeer Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer Elmo & Patsy 1979 US justchuck1070
Wed 20th Ice The Good Times Are Killing Me Modest Mouse 2004 US samij420
Thu 21st All I Want for Christmas is... Cocaine Eric Clapton 1977 US KingEuronIIIGreyjoy
Fri 22nd Holiday Specials Linus and Lucy Vince Guaraldi Trio 1964 US Flo__Moore
Sat 23rd Return Return to Sender Elvis Presley 1962 US justchuck1070
Sun 24th Christmas Connect-A-Song Christmas Wrapping The Waitresses 1981 US justchuck1070
Mon 25th Religiously Catchy My Sweet Lord George Harrison 1970 GB topcutter
26th-27th Counting Up Only Sixteen Sam Cooke 1959 US IFullerBucheet
Thu 28th Overstaying Your Welcome Hit the Road Jack (live) Ray Charles 1961 US cablelayer1
Fri 29th Christian (But Not Christmas) Rappin' for Jesus Pastor & Mrs. Jim Colerick 2013* US tlavsor
Sat 30th Forgetting (includes 2015) Don't You (Forget About Me) Simple Minds 1985 GB KingEuronIIIGreyjoy
Sun 31st Best of 2017 (repeat theme) No Plan David Bowie 2017 GB justchuck1070
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2017.11.20 14:16 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA-rated films which received a release to theaters (sometimes even just A theater) in the United States during calendar year 2017.

Of 13,907 titles released worldwide, the below are all of the MPAA-rated films which received a release to theatres (sometimes even just A theater) in the United States during calendar year 2017.
(Note: the dates following each are the years during which the titles were filmed.)
G
  1. Ballerina (a.k.a. Leap!) (2016) Éric Summer & Éric Warin
  2. Born In China (2016) Chuan Lu
  3. Cars 3 (2017) Brian Fee
  4. Die Häschenschule: Jagd nach dem goldenen Ei (2017) Ute von Münchow-Pohl
  5. Mr. Rudolpho's Jubilee (2017) Michael Glover
  6. Robo-Dog: Airborne (2017) Anthony Steven Giordano
  7. The Children of Genghis (2017) Zolbayar Dorj
  8. The Horse Dancer (2017) Joel Paul Reisig
PG
  1. A Cowgirl's Story (2017) Timothy Armstrong
  2. A Dog's Purpose (2017) Lasse Hallström
  3. All Saints (2017) Steve Gomer
  4. American Folk (2017) David Heinz
  5. An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power (2017) Bonnie Cohen & Jon Shenk
  6. Apple of My Eye (2017) Castille Landon
  7. A Question of Faith (2017) Kevan Otto
  8. A Stork's Journey (2017) Toby Genkel & Reza Memari
  9. A Witches' Ball (2017) Justin G. Dyck
  10. Batman vs. Two-Face (2017) Rick Morales
  11. Beauty and the Beast (2017) Bill Condon
  12. Bunyan and Babe (2017) Louis Ross
  13. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017) David Soren
  14. Champion (2017) Judd Brannon
  15. Churchill (2017) Jonathan Teplitzky
  16. Coco (2017) Lee Unkrich & Adrian Molina
  17. Day of Days (2017) Kim Bass
  18. Deep (2017) Julio Soto Gurpide
  19. Despicable Me 3 (2017) Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin & Eric Guillon
  20. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017) David Bowers
  21. Disney's Newsies the Broadway Musical (2017) Jeff Calhoun & Brett Sullivan
  22. Faces Places (Visages, Villages) (2017) Agnès Varda & J.R.
  23. Ferdinand (2017) Carlos Saldanha
  24. Gnome Alone (2017) Peter Lepeniotis & Shelly Shenoy
  25. God Bless The Broken Road (2017) Harold Cronk
  26. Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017) Simon Curtis
  27. Heartbeats (2017) Duane Adler
  28. Kikoriki. Legend of the Golden Dragon (2017) Denis Chernov
  29. Live Like Line (2017) Sean McNamara
  30. Love, Kennedy (2017) T.C. Christense
  31. Mary and the Witch's Flower (2017) Hiromasa Yonebayashi
  32. Max 2: White House Hero (2017) Brian Levant
  33. Menashe (2017) Joshua Z Weinstein
  34. Monster Family (2017) Holger Tappe
  35. Monsters At Large (2017) Jason Murphy
  36. Monster Trucks (2016) Chris Wedge
  37. My Little Pony: The Movie (2017) Jayson Thiessen
  38. Ned Venture (2017) Ron Stone
  39. Paris Can Wait (Bonjour Anne) (2016) Eleanor Coppola
  40. Pup Star: Better 2Gether (2017) Robert Vince
  41. Pure Country Pure Heart (2017) Damon Santostefano
  42. Rock Dog (2016) Ash Brannon
  43. Running Wild (2017) Alex Ranarivelo
  44. Scales: Mermaids Are Real (2017) Kevan Peterson
  45. Slamma Jamma (2017) Timothy A. Chey
  46. Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017) Kelly Asbury
  47. Spark: A Space Tail (2016) Aaron Woodley
  48. Step (2017) Amanda Lipitz
  49. Sweet Sweet Summertime (2017) Ken Carpenter
  50. The Boss Baby (2017) Tom McGrath
  51. The Case for Christ (2017) Jon Gunn
  52. The Emoji Movie (2017) Tony Leondis
  53. The Greatest Showman (2017) Michael Gracey
  54. The King’s Daughter (2017) Sean McNamara
  55. The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) Chris McKay
  56. The LEGO Ninjago Movie (2017) Charlie Bean, Paul Fisher & Bob Logan
  57. The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017) Bharat Nalluri
  58. The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature (2017) Cal Brunker
  59. The Red Turtle (La tortue rouge) (2016) Michael Dudok de Wit
  60. The Resurrection Of Gavin Stone (2016) Dallas Jenkins
  61. The Santa Files (2017) Tom DeNucci
  62. The Star (2017) Timothy Reckart
  63. The Stray (2017) Mitch Davis
  64. The Wedding Plan (Laavor et hakir) (2016) Rama Burshtein
  65. Treasure Hounds (2017) Tim Brown
  66. We Love You, Sally Carmichael! (2017) Christopher Gorham
  67. Wheeler (2017) Ryan Ross
  68. Wonder (2017) Stephen Chbosky
  69. Wonderstruck (2017) Todd Haynes
  70. Woody Woodpecker (2017) Alex Zamm
PG-13
  1. 2:22 (2017) Paul Currie
  2. 3 Generations (2015) Gaby Dellal
  3. 3 Idiotas (2017) Carlos Bolado
  4. 47 Meters Down (2017) Johannes Roberts
  5. 6 Below: Miracle on the Mountain (2017) Scott Waugh
  6. Aardvark (2017) Brian Shoaf
  7. Amityville: The Awakening (2017) Franck Khalfoun
  8. A Quiet Passion (2016) Terence Davies
  9. A United Kingdom (2016) Amma Asante
  10. Battle of the Sexes (2017) Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris
  11. Because Of Grácia (2017) Tom Simes
  12. Before I Fall (2017) Ry Russo-Young
  13. Birth Of The Dragon (2016) George Nolfi
  14. Breathe (2017) Andy Serkis
  15. Brigsby Bear (2017) Dave McCary
  16. Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack (2017) Robert Adetuyi
  17. Burn Your Maps (2016) Jordan Roberts
  18. Daisy Winters (2017) Beth LaMure
  19. Collide (2016) Eran Creevy
  20. Contemporary Color (2017) Bill Ross IV & Turner Ross
  21. Crooked House (2017) Gilles Paquet-Brenner
  22. Daddy's Home 2 (2017) Sean Anders
  23. Darkest Hour (2017) Joe Wright
  24. Deadly Sanctuary (2017) Nancy Criss
  25. Dean (2016) Demetri Martin
  26. Dirt (2017) Alex Ranarivelo
  27. Disconnected (2017) Anastazja Davis
  28. Different Flowers (2017) Morgan Dameron
  29. Down A Dark Hall (2017) Rodrigo Cortés
  30. Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire (2017) Patrik Syversen
  31. Dunkirk (2017) Christopher Nolan
  32. Elizabeth Blue (2017) Vincent Sabella
  33. Everybody Loves Somebody (2017) Catalina Aguilar Mastretta
  34. Everything, Everything (2017) Stella Meghie
  35. Feed (2017) Tommy Bertelsen
  36. Finding Fatimah (2017) Oz Arshad
  37. Flatliners (2017) Niels Arden Oplev
  38. Frantz (2016) François Ozon
  39. Generational Sins (2017) Spencer T. Folmar
  40. Geostorm (2017) Dean Devlin
  41. Ghost in the Shell (2017) Rupert Sanders
  42. Gifted (2017) Marc Webb
  43. Going in Style (2017) Zach Braff
  44. Growing Up Smith (Good Ol’ Boy) (2015) Frank Lotito
  45. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) James Gunn
  46. Happy Death Day (2017) Christopher Landon
  47. Hogan (2017) Jah
  48. Home Again (2017) Hallie Meyers-Shye
  49. How to Be a Latin Lover (2017) Ken Marino
  50. I Am Not Your Negro (2016) Raoul Peck
  51. Intent (2017) Tim Crockett
  52. Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back (2017) Hark Tsui
  53. Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (2017) Jake Kasdan
  54. Just Getting Started (2017) Ron Shelton
  55. Justice League (2017) Zack Snyder & Joss Whedon
  56. Killing Angels (2017) Daniel Rentas
  57. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) Guy Ritchie
  58. Kong: Skull Island (2017) Jordan Vogt-Roberts
  59. Let There Be Light (2017) Kevin Sorbo
  60. Logan Lucky (2017) Steven Soderbergh
  61. Loving Vincent (2017) Dorota Kobiela &Hugh Welchman
  62. Mamaboy (2017) Aaron Leong
  63. Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House (2017) Peter Landesman
  64. Marshall (2017) Reginald Hudlin
  65. Maudie (2016) Aisling Walsh
  66. Megan Leavey (2017) Gabriela Cowperthwaite
  67. Mubarakan (2017) Anees Bazmee
  68. Murder on the Orient Express (2017) Kenneth Branagh
  69. My Cousin Rachel (2017) Roger Michell
  70. My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea (2016) Dash Shaw
  71. My Life As A Zucchini (2016) Claude Barras
  72. November Criminals (2017) Sacha Gervasi
  73. Only the Brave (2017) Joseph Kosinski
  74. Overdrive (2017) Antonio Negret
  75. Permanent (2017) Colette Burson
  76. Phoenix Forgotten (2017) Justin Barber
  77. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017) Joachim Rønning & Espen Sandberg
  78. Pitch Perfect III (2017) Trish Sie
  79. Please Stand By (2017) Ben Lewin
  80. Poster Boys (2017) Shreyas Talpade
  81. Pottersville (2017) Seth Henrikson
  82. Power Rangers (2017) Dean Israelite
  83. Pray for Rain (2017) Alex Ranarivelo
  84. Rebel in the Rye (2017) Danny Strong
  85. Rememory (2017) Mark Palansky
  86. Renegades (2017) Steven Quale
  87. Rings (2017) F. Javier Gutiérrez
  88. Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2017) Dan Gilroy
  89. Same Kind of Different as Me (2017) Michael Carney
  90. School Life (In Loco Parentis) (2016) Neasa Ní Chianáin & David Rane
  91. Singularity (2017) Robert Kouba
  92. Speech & Debate (2017) Dan Harris
  93. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Jon Watts
  94. SPF-18 (2017) Alex Israel
  95. Star Wars - Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (2017) Rian Johnson
  96. Sinner City (2017) Domini Quinn Supastar
  97. Table 19 (2017) Jeffrey Blitz
  98. The Black Prince (2017) Kavi Raz
  99. The Book of Henry (2017) Colin Trevorrow
  100. The Book of Love (The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea) (2016) Bill Purple
  101. The Boy Downstairs (2017) Sophie Brooks
  102. The Breadwinner (2017) Nora Twomey
  103. The Bye Bye Man (2017) Stacy Title
  104. The Circle (2017) James Ponsoldt
  105. The Dark Tower (2017) Nikolaj Arcel
  106. The Fate of the Furious (2017) F. Gary Gray
  107. The Founder (2016) John Lee Hancock
  108. The Glass Castle (2017) Destin Daniel Cretton
  109. The Good Catholic (2017) Paul Shoulberg
  110. The Gracefield Incident (2017) Mathieu Ratthe
  111. The Great Wall (2017) Zhang Yimou
  112. The Journey (2016) Nick Hamm
  113. The Keeping Hours (2017) Karen Moncrieff
  114. The Lost City Of Z (2016) James Gray
  115. The Mountain Between Us (2017) Hany Abu-Assad
  116. The Mummy (2017) Alex Kurtzman
  117. The Neighborhood (2017) Frank D'Angelo
  118. The Outcasts (2017) Peter Hutchings
  119. The Post (2017) Steven Spielberg
  120. The Salesman (Forushande) (2016) Asghar Farhadi
  121. The Sense of an Ending (2017) Ritesh Batra
  122. The Shack (2017) Stuart Hazeldine
  123. The Space Between Us (2017) Peter Chelsom
  124. The Zookeeper's Wife (2017) Niki Caro
  125. Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Taika Waititi
  126. Til Death Do Us Part (II) (2017) Chris Stokes
  127. Tim Timmerman, Hope of America (2017) Cameron Sawyer
  128. Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) Michael Bay
  129. Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017) Tyler Perry
  130. Unbelievable!!!!! (2017) Steven L. Fawcette
  131. Undercover Grandpa (2017) Erik Canuel
  132. Un Padre No Tan Padre (2016) Don Servando
  133. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) Luc Besson
  134. Victoria and Abdul (2017) Stephen Frears
  135. Walking Out (2017) Alex Smith & Andrew J. Smith
  136. War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) Matt Reeves
  137. Wish Upon (2017) John R. Leonetti
  138. Wonder Wheel (2017) Woody Allen
  139. Wonder Woman (2017) Patty Jenkins
  140. Wraith (2017) Michael O. Sajbel
  141. xXx: Return of Xander Cage (2017) D.J. Caruso
R
  1. 1040 Not So EZ (2017) David Nguyen
  2. 12 Deaths of Christmas (Mother Krampus) (2017) James Klass
  3. 13 Minutes (Elser) (2015) Oliver Hirschbiegel
  4. 24 Hours to Live (2017) Brian Smrz
  5. 6 Days (2017) Toa Fraser
  6. 68 Kill (2017) Trent Haaga
  7. 9/11 (2017) Martin Guigui
  8. A Bad Moms Christmas (2017) Jon Lucas & Scott Moore
  9. Abe's Last Poker Game (2017) Howard Weiner
  10. Abracadabra (2017) Pablo Berge
  11. Accident Man (2017) Jesse V. Johnson
  12. Acts Of Vengeance (2017) Isaac Florentine
  13. A Cure For Wellness (2016) Gore Verbinski
  14. A Fantastic Woman (2017) Sebastián Lelio
  15. Aftermath (2017) Elliott Lester
  16. A Ghost Story (2017) David Lowery
  17. Alien: Covenant (2017) Ridley Scott
  18. Alive and Kicking (2016) Susan Glatzer
  19. All Eyez on Me (2017) Benny Boom
  20. All Nighter (2017) Gavin Wiesen
  21. Alone in Berlin (2016) Vincent Pérez
  22. Altitude (2017) Alex Merkin
  23. American Assassin (2017) Michael Cuesta
  24. American Made (2017) Doug Liman
  25. American Satan (2017) Ash Avildsen
  26. Americons (2017) Theo Avgerinos
  27. Annabelle: Creation (2017) David F. Sandberg
  28. Anything (2017) Timothy McNeil
  29. A Prayer Before Dawn (2017) Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire
  30. Armed (2017) Mario Van Peebles
  31. Armed Response (2017) John Stockwell
  32. Arsenal (2017) Steven C. Miller
  33. Asomatous (2017) Harvey Lowry
  34. Atomic Blonde (2017) David Leitch
  35. Awakening the Zodiac (2017) Jonathan Wright
  36. Baby Driver (2017) Edgar Wright
  37. Bad Kids of Crestview Academy (2017) Ben Browder
  38. Band Aid (2017) Zoe Lister-Jones
  39. Battlecreek (2017) Alison Eastwood
  40. Baywatch (2017) Seth Gordon
  41. Beach Rats (2017) Eliza Hittman
  42. Beatriz at Dinner (2017) Miguel Arteta
  43. Berlin Syndrome (2017) Cate Shortland
  44. Better Watch Out (2016) Chris Peckover
  45. Beyond Skyline (2017) Liam O'Donnell
  46. Bitter Harvest (2017) George Mendeluk
  47. Black Butterfly (2017) Brian Goodman
  48. Blade of the Immortal (2017) Takashi Miike
  49. Blade Runner 2049 (2017) Denis Villeneuve
  50. Blind (2017) Michael Mailer
  51. Blood Money (2017) Lucky McKee
  52. Blue Line (2017) Jacob Cooney
  53. Brad's Status (2017) Mike White
  54. Breakable You (2017) Andrew Wagner
  55. Bullet Head (2017) Paul Solet
  56. Busted (2017) Paul D. Hannah
  57. Call Me by Your Name (2017) Luca Guadagnino
  58. Chapter & Verse (2017) Jamal Joseph
  59. Cezanne et moi (2016) Danièle Thompson
  60. CHiPs (2017) Dax Shepard
  61. City Of Ghosts (2017) Matthew Heineman
  62. Colossal (2016) Nacho Vigalondo
  63. Cops And Robbers (2017) Scott Windhauser
  64. Cover Versions (2017) Todd Berger
  65. Crash Pad (2017) Kevin Tent
  66. Cross Wars (2017) Patrick Durham
  67. Crown Heights (2017) Matt Ruskin
  68. Cult of Chucky (2017) Don Mancini
  69. Dark Games (2017) Charles Hage
  70. Detour (2016) Christopher Smith
  71. Detroit (2017) Kathryn Bigelow
  72. Dirty Dealing 3D (2017) Christopher Robin Hood
  73. Do It Like An Hombre (2017) Nicolás López
  74. Eloise (2017) Robert Legato
  75. Escape Room (2017) Will Wernick
  76. Escape Room (2017) Peter Dukes
  77. Extortion (2017) Phil Volken
  78. Father Figures (2017) Lawrence Sher
  79. Fifty Shades Darker (2017) James Foley
  80. Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (2017) Paul McGuigan
  81. Final Portrait (2017) Stanley Tucci
  82. Fireangels: A Drifter's Fury (2017) Aeneas Middleton
  83. First Kill (2017) Steven C. Miller
  84. First Reformed (2017) Paul Schrader
  85. Fist Fight (2017) Richie Keen
  86. Free Fire (2016) Ben Wheatley
  87. Fun Mom Dinner (2017) Alethea Jones
  88. Gemini (2017) Aaron Katz
  89. Get Out (2017) Jordan Peele
  90. Get the Girl (2017) Eric England
  91. Girls Trip (2017) Malcolm D. Lee
  92. Gold (2016) Stephen Gaghan
  93. Golden Exits (2017) Alex Ross Perry
  94. Good Time (2017) Benny Safdie & Josh Safdie
  95. Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017) Jay Baruchel
  96. Gotti (2017) Kevin Connolly
  97. Graduation (Bacalaureat) (2016) Christian Mungiu
  98. Grey Lady (2017) John Shea
  99. Grow House (2017) DJ Pooh
  100. Guerrilla Blood (2017) James D. Froio
  101. Gun Shy (2017) Simon West
  102. Hangman (2017) Johnny Martin
  103. Happy End (2017) Michael Haneke
  104. Hostiles (2017) Scott Cooper
  105. How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017) John Cameron Mitchell
  106. Hush Money (2017) Terrell Lamont
  107. I, Daniel Blake (2016) Ken Loach
  108. I Do... Until I Don't (2017) Lake Bell
  109. Inconceivable (2017) Jonathan Baker
  110. Ingrid Goes West (2017) Matt Spicer
  111. In Search of Fellini (2017) Taron Lexton
  112. IT (2017) Andy Muschietti
  113. I, Tonya (2017) Craig Gillespie
  114. It Comes at Night (2017) Trey Edward Shults
  115. Jawbone (2017) Thomas Napper
  116. Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent (2016) Lydia Tenaglia
  117. Jigsaw (2017) Michael Spierig & Peter Spierig
  118. John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) Chad Stahelski
  119. Jungle (2017) Greg McLean
  120. Justice (2017) Richard Gabai
  121. Keep Watching (2017) Sean Carter
  122. Khali the Killer (2017) Jon Matthews
  123. Kickboxer: Retaliation (2017) Dimitri Logothetis
  124. Kidnap (2017) Luis Prieto
  125. Kill 'em All (2017) Peter Malota
  126. Killing Gunther (2017) Taran Killam
  127. Killing Hasselhoff (2017) Darren Grant
  128. Kill Switch (2017) Tim Smit
  129. Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) Matthew Vaughn
  130. Krystal (2017) William H. Macy
  131. Lady Bird (2017) Greta Gerwig
  132. Lady Macbeth (2016) William Oldroyd
  133. Lady-Like (2016) Brent Craft
  134. Landline (2017) Gillian Robespierre
  135. Last Flag Flying (2017) Richard Linklater
  136. Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison (2017) Dwight H. Little
  137. Lean on Pete (2017) Andrew Haigh
  138. Leatherface (2017) Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury
  139. Life (2017) Daniel Espinosa
  140. Logan (2017) James Mangold
  141. London Heist (Gunned Down) (2017) Mark McQueen
  142. Long Strange Trip (2017) Amir Bar-Lev
  143. Loveless (2017) Andrey Zvyagintsev
  144. Loving Pablo (2017) Fernando León de Aranoa
  145. Mississippi TurntUp (2017) Dewey Allen
  146. Molly's Game (2017) Aaron Sorkin
  147. Mom and Dad (2017) Brian Taylor
  148. mother! (2017) Darren Aronofsky
  149. Mudbound (2017) Dee Rees
  150. My Friend Dahmer (2017) Marc Meyers
  151. Never Here (2017) Camille Thoman
  152. Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer (2016) Joseph Cedar
  153. Novitiate (2017) Margaret Betts
  154. Once Upon A Time At Christmas (2017) Paul Tanter
  155. One Percent More Humid (2017) Liz W. Garcia
  156. Open Water 3: Cage Dive (2017) Gerald Rascionato
  157. Patti Cake$ (2017) Geremy Jasper
  158. Personal Shopper (2016) Olivier Assayas
  159. Phantom Thread (2017) Paul Thomas Anderson
  160. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017) Angela Robinson
  161. Psychos (2017) Sandy Chukhadarian
  162. Raw (Grave) (2016) Julia Ducournau
  163. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016) Paul W.S. Anderson
  164. Resident Evil: Vendetta (2017) Takanori Tsujimoto & Alexander Von David
  165. Revolt (2017) Joe Miale
  166. Rough Night (2017) Lucia Aniello
  167. Scorched Earth (2017) Peter Howitt
  168. Security (2017) Alain Desrochers
  169. Shock and Awe (2017) Rob Reiner
  170. Shot Caller (2017) Ric Roman Waugh
  171. Sidney Hall (2017) Shawn Christensen
  172. Sleight (2016) J.D. Dillard
  173. Sleepless (2017) Baran bo Odar
  174. Slumber (2017) Jonathan Hopkins
  175. Small Town Crime (2017) Eshom Nelms & Ian Nelms
  176. Snatched (2017) Jonathan Levine
  177. Sniper: Ultimate Kill (2017) Claudio Fäh
  178. Song to Song (2017) Terrence Malick
  179. Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars (2017) Shinji Aramaki & Masaru Matsumoto
  180. Stronger (2017) David Gordon Green
  181. Suburbicon (2017) George Clooney
  182. S.W.A.T.: Under Siege (2017) Tony Giglio
  183. Sweet Virginia (2017) Jamie M. Dagg
  184. Swing State (2017) Jonathan Sheldon
  185. Tau (2017) Federico D’Alessandro
  186. T2 Trainspotting (2017) Danny Boyle
  187. Thank You for Your Service (2017) Jason Hall
  188. The Ballad of Lefty Brown (2017) Jared Moshe
  189. The Bad Batch (2016) Ana Lily Amirpour
  190. The Beguiled (2017) Sofia Coppola
  191. The Belko Experiment (2016) Greg McLean
  192. The Best Thanksgiving Ever (2017) J.D. Shapiro
  193. The Big Sick (2017) Michael Showalter
  194. The Clapper (2017) Dito Montiel
  195. The Comedian (2016) Taylor Hackford
  196. The Crash (2017) Aram Rappaport
  197. The Crucifixion (2017) Xavier Gens
  198. The Death Of Stain (2017) Armando Iannucci
  199. The Dinner (2017) Oren Moverman
  200. The Disaster Artist (2017) James Franco
  201. The Exception (2016) David Laveaux
  202. The Florida Project (2017) Sean Baker
  203. The Foreigner (2017) Martin Campbell
  204. The Girl With No Name (2017) James D. Froio
  205. The Girl With All The Gifts (2016) Colm McCarthy
  206. The Guest House (2017) Maria Gargiulo
  207. The Hatching (2017) Michael Anderson
  208. The Hatred (2017) Michael G. Kehoe
  209. The Hatton Garden Job (2017) Ronnie Thompson
  210. The Hero (2017) Brett Haley
  211. The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017) Patrick Hughes
  212. The House (2017) Andrew Jay Cohen
  213. The Hunter's Prayer (2017) Jonathan Mostow
  214. The Insult (2017) Ziad Doueiri
  215. The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) Yorgos Lanthimos
  216. The Institute (2017) James Franco & Pamela Romanowsky
  217. Their Finest (2016) Lone Scherfig
  218. The Last Word (2017) Mark Pellington
  219. The Layover (2017) William H. Macy
  220. The Leisure Seeker (2017) Paolo Virzì
  221. The Levelling (2016) Hope Dickson Leach
  222. The Liberator (2017) Ben Lettieri
  223. The Little Hours (2017) Jeff Baena
  224. The Lost Legion (2017) David Kocar & Peters Qubic
  225. The Lovers (2017) Azazel Jacobs
  226. The Man with the Iron Heart (2017) Cédric Jimenez
  227. The Mason Brothers (2017) Keith Sutliff
  228. The Only Living Boy in New York (2017) Marc Webb
  229. The Ottoman Lieutenant (2017) Joseph Ruben
  230. The Recall (2017) Mauro Borrelli
  231. The Rider (2017) Chloé Zhao
  232. The Sandman (2017) Peter Sullivan
  233. The Shape of Water (2017) Guillermo del Toro
  234. The Show (This Is Your Death) (2017) Giancarlo Esposito
  235. The Slider (2017) Carlo Fusco
  236. The Snowman (2017) Tomas Alfredson
  237. The Square (2017) Ruben Östlund
  238. The Strange Ones (2017) Christopher Radcliff & Lauren Wolkstein
  239. The Tribes of Palos Verdes (2017) Brendan Malloy & Emmett Malloy
  240. The Trouble with Terkel (2010) Thorbjørn Christoffersen, Stefan Fjeldmark & Randolph Kret
  241. The Wall (2017) Doug Liman
  242. The Wilde Wedding (2017) Damian Harris
  243. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) Martin McDonagh
  244. Tommy’s Honour (2016) Jason Connery
  245. Trafficked (2017) Will Wallace
  246. Tragedy Girls (2017) Tyler MacIntyre
  247. Trespass Against Us (2016) Adam Smith
  248. True to the Game (2017) Preston A. Whitmore II
  249. Tulip Fever (2017) Justin Chadwick
  250. Una (2016) Benedict Andrews
  251. Underworld: Blood Wars (2016) Anna Foerster
  252. Unforgettable (2017) Denise Di Novi
  253. Unlocked (2017) Michael Apted
  254. Valley of Bones (2017) Dan Glaser
  255. Vincent N Roxxy (2016) Gary Michael Schultz
  256. Voice from the Stone (2017) Eric D. Howell
  257. We Don't Belong Here (2017) Peer Pedersen
  258. Where's the Money (2017) Scott Zabielski
  259. Whose Streets? (2017) Sabaah Folayan & Damon Davis
  260. Wilson (2017) Craig Johnson
  261. Wind River (2017) Taylor Sheridan
  262. Wolves (2016) Bart Freundlich
  263. Woodshock (2017) Kate Mulleavy & Laura Mulleavy
  264. XX (2017) Roxanne Benjamin, Karyn Kusama, St. Vincent & Jovanka Vuckovic
  265. You Can't Have It (2017) André Gordon
Uncertain of release year for this at this time:
  1. All The Money In The World (2017?) Ridley Scott
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2017.06.20 08:04 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2012 (out of the 8,309 films released worldwide that year.)

G
  1. Chasing Rodriguez (Director: Jeff Mosley)
  2. Journey To The Christmas Star (Director: Nils Gaup)
  3. Life’s A Jungle: Africa’s Most Wanted (Director: Robert D. Hanna)
  4. Little Brother, Big Trouble: A Christmas Adventure (Directors: Kari Juusonen, Jørgen Lerdam)
  5. Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups (Director: Robert Vince)
  6. Secret Of The Wings (Directors: Roberts Gannaway + Peggy Holmes)
  7. The Oogieloves In The Big Balloon Adventure (Director: Matthew Diamond)
  8. This Shining Light (Directors: Keith Oncale + Shawn Washburn)
  9. Vampire Dog (Director: Geoff Anderson)
  10. Wings (Director: Olga Lopato)
  11. Zambezia (Director: Wayne Thornley)
PG
  1. 12 Dogs Of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue (Director: Kieth Merrill)
  2. 16-Love (Director: Adam Lipsius)
  3. 40 Point Plan (Director: Eric. W. Williams)
  4. Abel’s Field (Director: Gordie Haakstad)
  5. Adventure Planet (Director: Kompin Kemgumnird)
  6. AquaTales (Directors: Ivan Oneka + Gorka Vázquezj)
  7. Back To The Sea (Director: Thom Lu)
  8. Backwards (Director: Ben Hickernell)
  9. Big Miracle (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  10. Bol Bachchan (Director: Rohit Shetty)
  11. Brave (Directors: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman + Steve Purcell)
  12. Champions Of The Deep (Director: Baxter Churchville)
  13. Charly 10th Anniversary Encore (Director: Adam Thomas Anderegg)
  14. Chasing Mavericks (Directors: Michael Apted + Curtis Hanson)
  15. Cheerful Weather For The Wedding (Director: Donal Rice)
  16. Chick Magnets (Director: Brian Douros)
  17. Christmas Oranges (Director: John Lyde)
  18. Cinderella 3D (Director: Pascal Hérold)
  19. Cinnamon (Director: Jordi Mariscal)
  20. Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (Director: Andrew Adamson)
  21. Cole Younger & The Black Train (Director: Christopher Forbes)
  22. Cowgirls ‘n Angels (Director: Timothy Armstrong)
  23. Crazy Enough (Director: Lance McDaniel)
  24. Delhi Safari (Director: Nikkhil Advani)
  25. Derby Dogs (Director: Tony Simpson)
  26. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (Director: David Bowers)
  27. Dino Time (Directors: Yoon-suk Choi + John Kafka)
  28. Dorothy And The Witches Of Oz (Director: Leigh Scott)
  29. Ekk Deewana Tha (Director: Gautham Menon)
  30. Ernest & Celestine (Directors: Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar + Benjamin Renner)
  31. Fill The Void (Director: Rama Burshtein)
  32. Foodfight! (Director: Lawrence Kasanoff)
  33. Frankenweenie (Director: Tim Burton)
  34. Gladiators Of Rome (Director: Iginio Straffi)
  35. Heart Land (Director: Fred Holmes)
  36. Hercules Saves Christmas (Director: Edward Hightower)
  37. Here Comes The Boom (Director: Frank Coraci)
  38. Hotel Transylvania (Director: Genndy Tartakovsky)
  39. I Heart Shakey (Director: Kevin Cooper)
  40. Ice Age: Continental Drift (Directors: Steve Martino + Mike Thurmeier)
  41. Ivan The Incredible (Director: Michael Hegner)
  42. Jonas (Director: Adam Rehmeier)
  43. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Director: Brad Peyton)
  44. Last Ounce Of Courage (Directors: Darrel Campbell + Kevin McAfee)
  45. Life Of Pi (Director: Ang Lee)
  46. Little Red Wagon (Director: David Anspaugh)
  47. Madagascar III: Europe’s Most Wanted (Directors: Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath + Conrad Vernon)
  48. Madam Butterfly 3D (Director: Julian Napier)
  49. Mirror Mirror (Director: Tarsem Singh)
  50. Not That Funny (Director: Lauralee Farrer)
  51. Outback (Director: Kyung Ho Lee)
  52. Papa (Director: Ji-Seung Han)
  53. ParaNorman (Directors: Chris Butler + Sam Fell)
  54. Parental Guidance (Director: Andy Fickman)
  55. Primates Of The Caribbean (Marco Macaco) (Director: Jan Rahbek)
  56. Rise Of The Guardians (Director: Peter Ramsey)
  57. Sky Force 3D (Director: Tony Tang)
  58. Smitty (Director: David Mickey Evans)
  59. Snow Queen (Directors: Vladlen Barbe + Maksim Sveshnikov)
  60. Stealing Roses (Director: Megan Clare Johnson)
  61. The Adventures Of Huck Finn (Director: Hermine Huntgeburth)
  62. The Adventures Of Mickey Matson And The Copperhead Treasure (Director: Harold Cronk)
  63. The Robot Giant (Director: Prapas Cholsaranont)
  64. The Illusionauts (Director: Eduardo Schuldt)
  65. The Lorax (Directors: Chris Renaud + Kyle Balda)
  66. The Magic Of Belle Isle (Director: Rob Reiner)
  67. The Odd Life Of Timothy Green (Director: Peter Hedges)
  68. The Pirates! Band Of Misfits (Directors: Peter Lord + Jeff Newitt)
  69. The Reef II: High Tide (Directors: Mark A.Z. Dippé + Taedong Park)
  70. The Swan Princess Christmas (Director: Richard Rich)
  71. The Three Stooges (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  72. The Woodcarver (Director: Terry Ingram)
  73. Thunderstruck (Director: John Whitesell)
  74. Unicorn City (Director: Bryan Lefler)
  75. Victor and the Secret of Crocodile Mansion (Directors: Cyrill Boss + Philipp Stennert)
  76. Wadjda (Director: Haifaa Al-Mansour)
  77. We Are Family (Director: Renat Davletyarov)
  78. White Men Can’t Dance (Director: Pete Vinal)
  79. Wolf Children (Director: Mamoru Hosoda)
  80. Wolf Dog (Director: Bernadine Santistevan)
  81. Won’t Back Down (Director: Daniel Barnz)
  82. Wordlessness (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  83. Wreck-It Ralph (Director: Rich Moore)
PG-13
  1. A Beautiful Soul (Director: Jeffrey W. Byrd)
  2. A Measure Of Faith (Director: Dalas Davis)
  3. A Thousand Words (Director: Brian Robbins)
  4. After (Director: Ryan Smith)
  5. Alex Cross (Director: Rob Cohen)
  6. Amour (Director: Michael Haneke)
  7. Angus Buchan’s Ordinary People (Director: F.C. Hamman)
  8. Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike (Director: John Putch)
  9. Barbara (Director: Christian Petzold)
  10. Barricade (Director: Andrew Currie)
  11. Battlefield America (Director: Chris Stokes)
  12. Battleship (Director: Peter Berg)
  13. Beasts Of The Southern Wild (Director: Benh Zeitlin)
  14. Bending The Rules (Director: Artie Mandelberg)
  15. Best Man Down (Director: Ted Koland)
  16. Beyond (Director: Josef Rusnak)
  17. Blue Like Jazz (Director: Steve Taylor)
  18. Chinese Zodiac (Director: Jackie Chan)
  19. Christmas In Compton (Director: David Raynr)
  20. Chronicle (Director: Josh Trank)
  21. Columbus Circle (Director: George Gallo)
  22. Croczilla (Director: Lisheng Lin)
  23. Crooked Arrows (Director: Steve Rash)
  24. Crossroad (Director: Shervin Youssefian)
  25. Dark Shadows (Director: Tim Burton)
  26. Dark Tide (Director: John Stockwell)
  27. Darling Companion (Director: Lawrence Kasdan)
  28. Deadline (Director: Curt Hahn)
  29. Deep In The Heart (Director: Christopher Cain)
  30. Desperate Endeavors (Director: Salim Khassa)
  31. Emperor (Director: Peter Webber)
  32. Firefall: An Epic Family Adventure (Director: Matthew Sconce)
  33. Frequency (Director: Jeff Prince)
  34. Fun Size (Director: Josh Schwartz)
  35. Gambit (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  36. General Education (Director: Tom Morris)
  37. Ginger & Rosa (Director: Sally Potter)
  38. Girl Most Likely (Directors: Shari Springer Berman + Robert Pulcini)
  39. Girl In Progress (Director: Patricia Riggen)
  40. Gone (Director: Heitor Dhalia)
  41. Good Deeds (Director: Tyler Perry)
  42. Great Expectations (Director: Mike Newell)
  43. Greencastle (Director: Koran Dunbar)
  44. Hardflip (Director: Johnny Remo)
  45. Hatfields And McCoys: Bad Blood (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  46. Hattrick (Director: Robert Ronny)
  47. Haute Cuisine (Director: Christian Vincent)
  48. Hitchcock (Director: Sacha Gervasi)
  49. Hope Springs (Director: David Frankel)
  50. House At The End Of The Street (Director: Mark Tonderai)
  51. Iniquity (Director: Joshua Coates)
  52. Jack Reacher (Director: Christopher McQuarrie)
  53. John Carter (Director: Andrew Stanton)
  54. Joyful Noise (Director: Todd Graff)
  55. Judge Archer (Director: Haofeng Xu)
  56. Kon-Tiki (Directors: Joachim Rønning + Espen Sandberg)
  57. LOL (Director: Lisa Azuelos)
  58. Le Chef (Director: Daniel Cohen)
  59. Les Misérables (Director: Tom Hooper)
  60. Liberal Arts (Director: Josh Radnor)
  61. Lincoln (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  62. Lockout (Director: James Mather + Stephen St. Leger)
  63. London Paris New York (Director: Anu Menon)
  64. Madea’s Witness Protection (Director: Tyler Perry)
  65. Man On A Ledge (Director: Asger Leth)
  66. Margarine Wars (Director: David Rich)
  67. Moonrise Kingdom (Director: Wes Anderson)
  68. Mr. Pip (Director: Andrew Adamson)
  69. Much Ado About Nothing (Director: Joss Whedon)
  70. Mud (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  71. My Uncle Rafael (Director: Marc Fusco)
  72. Nesting (Director: John Chuldenko)
  73. No One Will Know (Director: Raj Rohit Reddy)
  74. Now Is Good (Director: Ol Parker)
  75. One For The Money (Director: Julie Anne Robinson)
  76. People Like Us (Director: Alex Kurtzman)
  77. Pitch Perfect (Director: Jason Moore)
  78. Playing For Keeps (Director: Gabriel Muccino)
  79. Premium Rush (Director: David Koepp)
  80. Quartet (Director: Dustin Hoffman)
  81. Red Dawn (Director: Dan Bradley)
  82. Red Tails (Director: Anthony Hemingway)
  83. Refugee From The Storm (Director: Elias Acosta)
  84. Robot & Frank (Director: Jake Schreier)
  85. Rock Of Ages (Director: Adam Shankman)
  86. Roxy (Director: Larry Giorgio)
  87. Saints And Soldiers: Airborne Creed (Director: Ryan Little)
  88. Shanghai Calling (Director: Daniel Hsia)
  89. Skyfall (Director: Sam Mendes)
  90. Sleepwalk With Me (Directors: Mike Birbiglia + Seth Barrish)
  91. Snow White (Director: Pablo Berger)
  92. Snow White And The Huntsman (Director: Rupert Sanders)
  93. Snow White: A Deadly Summer (Director: David DeCoteau)
  94. So Undercover (Director: Tom Vaughn)
  95. Sol (Director: Ben Carland)
  96. Spare Time Killers (Director: Jay Tando)
  97. Sparkle (Director: Salim Akil)
  98. Step Up: Revolution (Director: Scott Speer)
  99. Still Mine (Director: Michael McGowan)
  100. Swan Lake (Directors: Ross MacGibbon + Matthew Bourne)
  101. Tai Chi Zero (Director: Stephen Fung)
  102. Taken II (Director: Olivier megaton)
  103. The Amazing Spider-Man (Director: Marc Webb)
  104. The Apparition (Director: Todd Lincoln)
  105. The Avengers (Director: Joss Whedon)
  106. The Bourne Legacy (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  107. The Citizen (Director: Sam Kadi)
  108. The Cold Light Of Day (Director: Mabrouk El Mechri)
  109. The Dark Night Rises (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  110. The Dinosaur Project (Director: Sid Bennett)
  111. The First Time (Director: Jon Kasdan)
  112. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas (Director: Edward Burns)
  113. The Forger (Director: Lawrence Roeck)
  114. The Frontier Boys (Director: John Grooters)
  115. The Frozen (Director: Andrew Hyatt)
  116. The Giant Mechanical Man (Director: Lee Kirk)
  117. The Girl (Director: David Riker)
  118. The Guilt Trip (Director: Anne Fletcher)
  119. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Director: Peter Jackson)
  120. The Impossible (Director: J.A. Bayona)
  121. The Lucky One (Director: Scott Hicks)
  122. The Message (Director: Thomas P. Clay)
  123. The Mine (Director: Jeff Chamberlain)
  124. The Obama Effect (Director: Charles S. Dutton)
  125. The Other Son (Director: Lorraine Lévy)
  126. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (Director: Stephen Chbosky)
  127. The Possession (Director: Ole Bornedal)
  128. The Sapphires (Director: Wayne Blair)
  129. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Pt. 2) (Director: Bill Condon)
  130. The Vow (Director: Michael Sucsy)
  131. The Woman In Black (Director: James Watkins)
  132. The Words (Directors: Brian Klugman + Lee Sternthal)
  133. The Worm And The Poodle (Director: Amy Thorstenson)
  134. Think Like A Man (Director: Tim Story)
  135. Tiger Eyes (Director: Lawrence Blume)
  136. To Write Love On Her Arms (Director: Nathan Frankowski)
  137. Total Recall (Director: Len Wiseman)
  138. Trade Of Innocents (Director: Christopher M. Bessette)
  139. Transit (Director: Antonio Negret)
  140. Trouble With The Curve (Director: Robert Lorenz)
  141. Unconditional (Director: Brent McCorkle)
  142. Unfinished Song (Director: Paul Andrew Williams)
  143. Unleashing Roy (Director: Jack Stanis)
  144. Unstable (Director: Michael Feifer)
  145. Unwitting Victims (Director: Peter Winter Byington)
  146. Upside Down (Director: Juan Solanas)
  147. Vamps (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  148. War Flowers (Director: Serge Rodnunsky)
  149. War Of The Worlds: Goliath (Director: Joe Pearson)
  150. What To Expect When You’re Expecting (Director: Kirk Jones)
  151. Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day (Director: Neema Barnette)
  152. Wrath Of The Titans (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
R
  1. 100 Ghost Street: The Return Of Richard Speck (Director: Martin Wichmann)
  2. 12/12/12 (Director: Jared Cohn)
  3. 2 Days In New York (Director: Julie Delpy)
  4. 21 Jump Street (Directors: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  5. 30 Beats (Director: Alexis Lloyd)
  6. 6 Bullets (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  7. 6 Plots (Director: Leigh Sheehan)
  8. 7 Below (Director: Kevin Carraway)
  9. A Dark Truth (Director: Damian Lee)
  10. A Fantastic Fear Of Everything (Directors: Crispian Mills, + Chris Hopewell)
  11. A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III (Director: Roman Coppola)
  12. A Hijacking (Director: Tobias Lindholm)
  13. A Kiss And A Promise (Director: Phillip Guzman)
  14. A Late Quartet (Director: Yaron Zilberman)
  15. A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman (Directors: Bill Jones, Jeff Simpson + Ben Timlett)
  16. A Little Bit Zombie (Director: Casey Walker)
  17. A Royal Affair (Director: Nikolaj Arcel)
  18. ATM (Director: David Brooks)
  19. About Cherry (Director: Stephen Elliott)
  20. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Director: Timur Bekmambetov)
  21. Act Of Valor (Directors: Mike McCoy + Scott Waugh)
  22. Aftershock (Director: Nicolás López)
  23. Alien Dawn (Director: Neil Johnson)
  24. Alien Uprising (Director: Dominic Burns)
  25. Allegiance (Director: Michael Connors)
  26. Alter Egos (Director: Jordan Galland)
  27. Amber Alert (Director: Kerry Bellessa)
  28. Ambush At Dark Canyon (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  29. American Mary (Director: Jen Soska + Sylvia Soska)
  30. American Reunion (Directors: Jon Hurwitz + Hayden Schlossberg)
  31. Among Friends (Director: Danielle Harris)
  32. And While We Were Here (Director: Kat Coiro)
  33. Android Insurrection (Director: Andrew Bellware)
  34. Anna Karenina (Director: Joe Wright)
  35. Any Day Now (Director: Travis Fine)
  36. Apartment 1303 3D (Director: Michael Taverna)
  37. Arbitrage (Director: Nicholas Jarecki)
  38. Argo (Director: Ben Affleck)
  39. Armynel (Director: Lance Dumais)
  40. Arthur Newman (Director: Dante Ariola)
  41. Assassin’s Bullet (Director: Isaac Florentine)
  42. At Any Price (Director: Ramin Bahrani)
  43. Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader (Director: Kevin O’Neill)
  44. August. Eighth (Director: Dzhanik Fayziev)
  45. Axed (Director: Ryan Lee Driscoll)
  46. Bachelorette (Director: Leslye Headland)
  47. Bad Ass (Director: Craig Moss)
  48. Bad Blood (Director: Conrad Janis)
  49. Bad Karma (Director: Suri Krishnamma)
  50. Bad Kids Go To Hell (Director: Matthew Spradlin)
  51. Bait (Director: Kimble Rendall)
  52. Battle Force (Director: Scott Martin)
  53. Barrio Tales (Director: Jarrett Tarnol)
  54. Becoming Redwood (Director: Jesse James Miller)
  55. Being Flynn (Director: Paul Weitz)
  56. Bel Ami (Directors: Declan Donnellan + Nick Ormerod)
  57. Between Us (Director: Dan Mirvish)
  58. Beyond Outrage (Director: Takeshi Kitano)
  59. Beyond The Trophy (Director: Daniel J. Gillin)
  60. Bigfoot County (Director: Stephon Stewart)
  61. Bindlestiffs (Director: Andrew Edison)
  62. Birds Of A Feather (Director: Curtis Franklin)
  63. Black Box (Director: Matthew Schilling)
  64. Black Rock (Director: Katie Aselton)
  65. Black’s Game (Director: Óskar Thór Axelsson)
  66. Blood Money (Director: Gregory McQualter)
  67. Bloodwork (Director: Eric Wostenberg)
  68. Book Of 1000 Deaths (Directors: Andretti Dante + Shavsha Israel)
  69. Border Run (Director: Gabriela Tagliavini)
  70. Born Wild (Director Dustin Rikert)
  71. Brake (Director: Gabe Torres)
  72. Branded (Directors: Jamie Bradshaw + Alexander Dulerayn)
  73. Brawl (Directors: Julaluck Ismalone + David Ismalone)
  74. Breaking Wind (Director: Craig Moss)
  75. Breathless (Director: Jesse Baget)
  76. Bro' (Director: Nick Parada)
  77. Broken Faith (Directors: Ricki Holmes + Danny Rogers)
  78. Bullet To The Head (Director: Walter Hill)
  79. Butcher Boys (Directors: Duane Graves + Justine Meeks)
  80. Byzantium (Director: Neil Jordan)
  81. C’mon Man (Director: Kenny Young)
  82. Capital (Director: Costa-Gavras)
  83. Casa de mi Padre (Director: Matt Piedmont)
  84. Celeste & Jesse Forever (Director: Lee Toland Krieger)
  85. Chained (Director: Jennifer Lynch)
  86. Changing The Game (Director: Rel Dowdell)
  87. Chernobyl Diaries (Director: Bradley Parker)
  88. Children Of Sorrow (Director: Jourdan McClure)
  89. Citadel (Director: Ciarán Foy)
  90. Cloud Atlas (Directors: Tom Tykwer, Lana Wachowski + Lilly Wachowski)
  91. Cold War (Directors: Lok Man Leung + Kim-Ching Luk)
  92. Come Out And Play (Director: Makinov)
  93. Compliance (Director: Craig Zobel)
  94. Contraband (Director: Baltasar Kormákur)
  95. Cosmopolis (Director: David Cronenberg)
  96. Crew 2 Crew (Director: Mark Bacci)
  97. Critical Decisions (Directors: Carl June + Louis Libran)
  98. Crowsnest (Director: Brenton Spencer)
  99. Dark Tourist (Director: Suri Krishnamma)
  100. Dawn Rider (Director: Terry Miles)
  101. Dead Before Dawn 3D (Director: April Mullen)
  102. Deadfall (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  103. Disconnect (Director: Henry Alex Rubin)
  104. Django Unchained (Director: Quentin Tarantino)
  105. Doc. 33 (Director: Giacomo Gabrielli)
  106. Dragon Eyes (Director: John Hyams)
  107. Dredd (Director: Pete Travis)
  108. Drug War (Director: Johnnie To)
  109. Easy Rider II: The Ride Home (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  110. Eden (Director: Megan Griffiths)
  111. El Gringo (Director: Eduardo Rodriguez)
  112. Electrick Children (Director: Rebecca Thomas)
  113. Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter (Director: Ryan Andrews)
  114. End Roll (Directors: Giacomo Gabrielli + Daniele Misischia)
  115. End Of Watch (Director: David Ayer)
  116. Erased (Director: Philipp Stölzl)
  117. Everybody Has A Plan (Director: Ana Piterbarg)
  118. Extraction (Director: Nir Paniry)
  119. FDR: American Badass! (Director: Garrett Brawith)
  120. Farewell, My Queen (Director: Benoît Jacquot)
  121. Fat Kid Rules The World (Director: Matthew Lillard)
  122. Filly Brown (Directors: Youssef Delara + Michael D. Olmos)
  123. Fire With Fire (Director: David Barrett)
  124. Flight (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  125. For Greater Glory: The True Story Of Cristiada (Director: Dean Wright)
  126. For A Good Time, Call... (Director: Jamie Travis)
  127. For The Love Of Money (Director: Ellie Kanner)
  128. Four (Director: Joshua Sanchez)
  129. Frances Ha (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  130. Freaky Deaky (Director: Charles Matthau)
  131. Free Samples (Director: Jay Gammill)
  132. Freelancers (Director: Jessy Terrero)
  133. Freeloaders (Director: Dan Rosen)
  134. Funeral Kings (Directors: Kevin McManus + Matthew McManus)
  135. Gallowwalkers (Director: Andrew Goth)
  136. Generation Um... (Director: Mark Mann)
  137. Get The Gringo (Director: Adrian Grunberg)
  138. Ghost Graduation (Director: Javier Ruiz Caldera)
  139. Girls Against Boys (Director: Austin Chick)
  140. Girls Gone Dead (Directors: Michael Hoffman, Jr. + Aaron T. Wells)
  141. Goats (Director: Christopher Neil)
  142. Grassroots (Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal)
  143. Greystone Park (Director: Sean Stone)
  144. Heathens And Thieves (Director: Megan Peterson + John Douglas Sinclair)
  145. Hellbenders (Director: J.T. Petty)
  146. Hello I Must Be Going (Director: Todd Louiso)
  147. Highway (Director: Coke Daniels)
  148. Hijacked (Director: Brandon Nutt)
  149. Hirokin: The Last Samurai (Director: Alejo Mo-Sun)
  150. Hit And Run (Directors: David Palmer + Dax Shepard)
  151. Hold Your Breath (Director: Jared Cohn)
  152. House Arrest (Director: William Washington)
  153. Hyde Park On Hudson (Director: Roger Michell)
  154. If I Were You (Director: Joan Carr-Wiggin)
  155. In The Hive (Director: Robert Townsend)
  156. In The House (Director: François Ozon)
  157. Inch-Allah (Director: Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette)
  158. Inescapable (Director: Ruba Nadda)
  159. Infected (Director: Glenn Ciano)
  160. Inhuman Resources (Director: Daniel Krige)
  161. Into The White (Director: Petter Næss)
  162. Iron Sky (Director: Timo Vuorensola)
  163. It’s A Disaster (Director: Todd Berger)
  164. Jack & Diane (Director: Bradley Rust Gray)
  165. Jannat II (Director: Kunal Deshmukh)
  166. Jayne Mansfield’s Car (Director: Billy Bob Thornton)
  167. John Dies At The End (Director: Don Coscarelli)
  168. Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  169. Just Like A Woman (Director: Rachid Bouchareb)
  170. Killed Mr. Killer (Director: Ron Sauer)
  171. Killing Them Softly (Director: Andrew Dominik)
  172. Kiss Of The Damned (Director: Xan Cassavetes)
  173. Knife Fight (Director: Bill Guttentag)
  174. Knights Of Malice (Director: Mickey Reece)
  175. LUV (Director: Sheldon Candis)
  176. Lawless (Director: John Hillcoat)
  177. Lay The Favorite (Director: Stephen Frears)
  178. Least Among Saints (Director: Martin Papazian)
  179. Life’s A Beach (Director: Tony Vitale)
  180. Lola Versus (Director: Daryl Wein)
  181. Looper (Director: Rian Johnson)
  182. Lord Of Darkness (Director: Ricky Wood)
  183. Love Is All You Need (Director: Susanne Bier)
  184. Love Sick Love (Director: Christian Charles)
  185. Love Written In Blood (Director: undisclosed)
  186. Mac & Devin Go To High School (Director: Dylan C. Brown)
  187. Mafia (Director: Ryan Combs)
  188. Magic Mike (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  189. Man From Shaolin (Directors: Peng Zhang Li + R.T. Wong)
  190. Mancation (Director: Frank Vain)
  191. Maximum Conviction (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  192. Meeting Evil (Director: Chris Fisher)
  193. Memorial Day (Director: Samuel Fischer)
  194. Men In Black III (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  195. Middle Of Nowhere (Director: Ava Duvernay)
  196. Mighty Fine (Director: Debbie Goodstein)
  197. Money Fight (Directors: Adam Boster + Kenneth Chamitoff)
  198. Money Shot (Director: Bill McAdams, Jr.)
  199. Motorway (Director: Pou-Soi Cheang)
  200. Nature Calls (Director: Todd Rohal)
  201. Night Of The Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation (Director: Jeff Broadstreet)
  202. Night Of The Living Dead: Resurrection (Director: James Plumb)
  203. Nightmare Fuel (Director: Russel Parks)
  204. No (Director: Pablo Larraín)
  205. No One Lives (Director: Ryûhei Kitamura)
  206. No Vacancy (Director: Chris Stokes)
  207. Nobody Walks (Director: Ry Russo-Young)
  208. Noobz (Director: Blake Freeman)
  209. Not Fade Away (Director: David Chase)
  210. Not Suitable For Children (Director: Peter Templeman)
  211. On The Other Side Of The Tracks (Director: David Charhon)
  212. On The Road (Director: Walter Salles)
  213. One In The Chamber (Director: William Kaufman)
  214. Overnight (Director: Valerie Breiman)
  215. Paranormal Activity IV (Director: Henry Joost + Ariel Schulman)
  216. Parasitic (Director: Tim Martin)
  217. Passion (Director: Brian De Palma)
  218. Paulette (Director: Jérôme Enrico)
  219. Picture Day (Director: Kate Melville)
  220. Piranha 3DD (Director: John Gulager)
  221. Playback (Director: Michael A. Nickles)
  222. Populaire (Director: Régis Roinsard)
  223. Project X (Director: Nima Nourizadeh)
  224. Prometheus (Director: Ridley Scott)
  225. Promised Land (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  226. Pusher (Director: Luis Prieto)
  227. Raaz III: The Third Dimension (Director: Vikram Bhatt)
  228. Reality (Director: Matteo Garrone)
  229. [rec.] III: Genesis (Director: Paco Plaza)
  230. Red Hook Summer (Director: Spike Lee)
  231. Red Lights (Director: Rodrigo Cortés)
  232. Renoir (Director: Gilles Bourdos)
  233. Resident Evil: Damnation (Directors: Makoto Kamiya + Toyoshi Minamino)
  234. Resident Evil: Retribution (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  235. Revenge For Jolly! (Director: Chadd Harbold)
  236. Rites Of Passage (Director: W. Peter Iliff)
  237. Ritual (Director: Joko Anwar)
  238. Robin Hood: Ghosts Of Sherwood (Director: Oliver Krekel)
  239. Rogue River (Director: Jourdan McClure)
  240. Room 13 (Pt. II) (Director: Hunter Goligoski)
  241. Ruby Sparks (Directors: Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris)
  242. Rust And Bone (Director: Jacques Audiard)
  243. Safe (Director: Boaz Yakin)
  244. Safe House (Director: Daniel Espinosa)
  245. Safety Not Guaranteed (Director: Colin Trevorrow)
  246. Sassy Pants (Director: Coley Sohn)
  247. Saturday Morning Mystery (Director: Spencer Parsons)
  248. Savages (Director: Oliver Stone)
  249. Save The Date (Director: Michael Mohan)
  250. Scary Or Die (Directors: Bob Badway, Michael Emanuel + Igor Meglic)
  251. Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World (Director: Lorene Scafaria)
  252. Seven Psychopaths (Director: Martin McDonagh)
  253. Shadow Dancer (Director: James Marsh)
  254. Silver Linings Playbook (Director: David O. Russell)
  255. Sin Reaper 3D (Director: Sebastian Bartolitius)
  256. Sinister (Director: Scott Derrickson)
  257. Slumber Party Slaughter (Director: Rebekah Chaney)
  258. Small Apartments (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)
  259. Smashed (Director: James Ponsoldt)
  260. Smiley (Director: Michael J. Gallagher)
  261. Soldiers Of Fortune (Director: Maxim Korostyshevsky)
  262. Sorority Party Massacre (Directors: Chris W. Freeman + Justin Jones)
  263. South Of Sanity (Directors: Mathew Edwards + Kirk Watson)
  264. Spring Breakers (Director: Harmony Korine)
  265. Stand Up Guys (Director: Fisher Stevens)
  266. Starship Troopers: Invasion (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  267. Stash House (Director: Eduardo Rodriguez)
  268. Stitches (Director: Conor McMahon)
  269. Stolen (Director: Simon West)
  270. Storage 24 (Director: Johannes Roberts)
  271. Stories Of The Paranormal: It Came In The Night (Director: Kelly Weaver)
  272. Strange, Stranger (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  273. Stuck In Love (Director: Josh Boone)
  274. Sushi Girl (Director: Kern Saxton)
  275. Ted (Director: Seth MacFarlane)
  276. Thanks For Sharing (Director: Stuart Blumberg)
  277. That’s My Boy (Director: Sean Anders)
  278. That’s What She Said (Director: Carrie Preston)
  279. The 49th Line (Director: Drew O’Kane)
  280. The Aggression Scale (Director: Steven C. Miller)
  281. The Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse (Director: Justin Paul Ritter)
  282. The Artist And The Model (Director: Fernando Trueba)
  283. The Attack (Director: Ziad Doueiri)
  284. The Babymakers (Director: Jay Chandrasekhar)
  285. The Barrens (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  286. The Bay (Director: Barry Levinson)
  287. The Baytown Outlaws (Director: Barry Battles)
  288. The Brass Teapot (Director: Ramaa Mosley)
  289. The Cabin In The Woods (Director: Drew Goddard)
  290. The Campaign (Director: Jay Roach)
  291. The Collection (Director: Marcus Dunstan)
  292. The Color Of Time (Directors: Edna Luise Biesold, Sarah-Violet Bliss, Gabrielle Demeestere, Alexis Gambis, Brooke Goldfinch, Shripriya Mahesh, Pamela Romanowsky, Bruce Thierry Cheung, Tine Thomasen, Virginia Urreiztieta + Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo)
  293. The Company You Keep (Director: Robert Redford)
  294. The Courier (Director: Hany Abu-Assad)
  295. The Darkening (Director: Jack L. Young)
  296. The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683 (Director: Renzo Martinelli)
  297. The Devil Inside (Director: William Brent Bell)
  298. The Dictator (Director: Larry Charles)
  299. The Do-Deca-Pentathlon (Directors: Jay Duplass + Mark Duplass)
  300. The Doorway (Director: Chase Smith)
  301. The Expendables (Director: Simon West)
  302. The Factory (Director: Morgan O’Neill)
  303. The Five-Year Engagement (Director: Nicholas Stoller)
  304. The Gangster (Director: Kongkiat Khomsiri)
  305. The Ghostmaker (Director: Mauro Borrelli)
  306. The Girl From The Naked Eye (Director: David Ren)
  307. The Guillotines (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  308. The Hunger Games (Director: Gary Ross)
  309. The Hunt (Director: Thomas Vinterberg)
  310. The Iceman (Director: Ariel Vromen)
  311. The King Of Najayo (Director: Fernando Baez Mella)
  312. The Kitchen (Director: Ishai Setton)
  313. The Legend Of Black Annie (Directors: Terrence Flack + Shane Woodson)
  314. The Lesser Blessed (Director: Anita Doron)
  315. The Letter (Director: Jay Anania)
  316. The Liability (Director: Craig Viveiros)
  317. The Lords Of Salem (Director: Rob Zombie)
  318. The Man With The Iron Fists (Director: RZA)
  319. The Master (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  320. The Mooring (Director: Glenn Withrow)
  321. The Motel Life (Directors: Alan Polsky + Gabe Polsky)
  322. The Newest Pledge (Director: Jason Michael Brescia)
  323. The Pact (Director: Nicholas McCarthy)
  324. The Paperboy (Director: Lee Daniels)
  325. The Patience Stone (Director: Atiq Rahimi)
  326. The Philly Kid (Director: Jason Connery)
  327. The Place Beyond The Pines (Director: Derek Cianfrance)
  328. The Players (Directors: Emmanuelle Bercot, Fred Cavayé, Alexandre Courtès, Jean Dujardin, Michel Hazanavicius, Jan Kounen, Eric Lartigau, Gilles Lellouche
  329. The Raven (Director: James McTeigue)
  330. The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Director: Mira Nair)
  331. The Rise & Fall Of A White Collar Hooligan (Director: Paul Tanter)
  332. The Samaritan (Director: David Weaver)
  333. The Sessions (Director: Ben Lewin)
  334. The Sweeney (Director: Nick Love)
  335. The Tall Man (Director: Pascal Laugier)
  336. The Thompsons (Directors: Mitchell Altieri + Phil Flores)
  337. The Watch (Director: Akiva Schaffer)
  338. The Watermen (Director: Matt L. Lockhart)
  339. This Is 40 (Director: Judd Apatow)
  340. This Means War (Director: McG)
  341. Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie (Directors: Tim Heidecker + Eric Wareheim)
  342. To Rome With Love (Director: Woody Allen)
  343. To The Wonder (Director: Terrence Malick)
  344. Twice Born (Director: Sergio Castellitto)
  345. Ultrasonic (Director: Rohit Colin Rao)
  346. Under The Bed (Director: Steven C. Miller)
  347. Underworld: Awakening (Directors: Måns Mårlind + Björn Stein )
  348. Universal Soldier: Day Of Reckoning (Director: John Hyams)
  349. V/H/S (Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, David Bruckner, Tyler Gillett, Justin Martinez, Glenn McQuaid, Radio Silence, Joe Swanberg, Chad Villella, Ti West + Adam Wingard)
  350. Wanderlust (Director: David Wain)
  351. We The Party (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  352. What Maisie Knew (Director: Scott McGehee + David Siegel)
  353. Why Stop Now? (Director: Phil Dorling + Ron Nyswaner)
  354. Wish You Were Here (Director: Kieran Darcy-Smith)
  355. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You (Director: Michael A. Pinckney)
  356. Zero Dark Thirty (Director: Kathryn Bigelow)
  357. Zombies vs. Strippers (Director: Alex Nicolaou)
NC-17 (none)
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2017.03.08 05:59 sconce2600 I have compiled all the data from this sub and broken down who is out and who is still in play, I will update this list daily until the lineup is released.

Edit 4/4: The lineup has dropped, bold denotes acts playing
This is a list of acts that are potentially in and are most certainly out for OSLs 2017, I mostly stuck to notable names so that I only had to turn over hundreds of rocks rather than thousands. I intend to update this list via edit from now until the lineup drop (within 30 days at this point I should think). If you want to add someone to this list just comment below and I will modify the list and credit your handle next to the edit. If you want to find someone in particular quickly I suggest you use ctrl F.
Out due to gigs at AT&T Park/Levi's Stadium in San Francisco and Santa Clara CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Oracle arena in Oakland CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the SAP Center in San Jose CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Golden One Center in Sacramento CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Concord Pavilion in Concord CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Greek Theatre in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Masonic in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fox theater in Oakland CA (May through November)
Edit 4/3/17 (undeadsinatra) added: Out due to gigs at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga CA (May through November
Out due to gigs at the Warfield in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fillmore in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to playing Bottlerock in Napa CA (May 26th-28th, this is just the first several lines)
Out due to playing Santa Cruz American music festival in Santa Cruz CA (May 27th & 28th)
Out due to playing Colossal Clusterfest in San Francisco CA (June 2nd-4th)
Out due to playing Phono Del Sol Music and Food Festival in San Francisco CA (June 17th)
Out due to playing Id1ot Fest in Mountain View CA (June 24th & 25th)
Out due to playing Burger Boogaloo in Oakland CA (July 1st & 2nd)
Out due to playing San Jose Jazz Summer Fest in San Jose CA (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Flow festival in Finland (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boardmasters festival in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Way out West festival in Sweden (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Smukfest in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Oya Festival in Norway (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing SonneMondSterne Festival in Germany (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boomtown Fair in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haven Festival in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Probably out due to Sziget Festival in Hungary (same weekend as OSLs, note that this festival is seven days long and therefore it is possible that some of the names below will make it to OSLs, we'll know more when the day by day breakdown comes out)
The following are acts that were in the first six lines of OSLs in 2015 and 2016 that are not already ruled out above and can safely be assumed out for this year.
Headliners
2016
2015
Others that are out
Edit 3/11/17 added: The following are acts that played bay area gigs the same year as an OSLs appearance
2016
2015
2014
Edit 3/13/17 added: The following is a list of returnees and the gaps between return performances
Headliners
No gap
Three year gap
Four year gap
Five year gap
Seven year gap
Eight year gap
The following are acts that are still in play that have been mentioned in this sub since January 1st, this does not mean that every name below is necessarily likely so much as not eliminated.
Potential Headliners
Potential Undercard
Edit 3/13/17 added: Past lineup drop dates:
Edit 3/27/17 added: Confirmations
Electric guest: Confirmed on 3/27/17 by A_lonerist https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/61povt/electric_guest_confirmed/
Metallica: Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by r-fitz_24 https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/6290zj/osl_twitter_basically_confirmed_metallica/
Empire of the Sun Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by 0kvn_prz0 https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/5y60fc/i_have_compiled_all_the_data_from_this_sub_and/dfkrq94/?context=3
Sofi Tucker Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by IrateDesperado https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/62b3sw/new_hints_megathreadspeculation/dfl7nky/
Acts that were mentioned by no one that ended up on the lineup (in order of appearance)
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2016.11.11 13:26 pingouin_gaufrier Nouvelles perles de l'ami M

Salut à tous, bienvenue au second volet des perles prononcées par mon ami M qui refuse catégoriquement de changer de position sur tous les sujets qu'il aborde. Le premier opus est ici. Le but du jeu n'est pas de diffamer, ni de caricaturer : tout ce que je raconte ici est exactement comme il l'a dit, peut-être pas au mot près mais pas loin du tout. Je le connais depuis un moment et je sais les expressions qu'il utilise, j'essaye de rester fidèle à 100% à ses propos.
Les vacances de Toussaint ont passé. Au cours de celles-ci, il m'a ramené sur Lyon en voiture (quelques heures de route). Deux covoits avec nous, et on abordé plusieurs sujets de conversation :
M : "Moi j'ai trop envie d'essayer ! C'est un peu cher mais si c'est pour être super intelligent après... J'ai du mal en cours, mais si j'utilise ça, je pourrai réviser toute la nuit !"
Moi : "Je sais pas quand même, ça me paraît un peu risqué. Tu sais s'il y a une accoutumance ou un truc comme ça ?"
M : "Non mais je m'en fiche, j'en prends qu'une fois pour essayer, et si ça me plait j'en rachète."
Covoit : "t'as le A sur ta voiture ou pas ?"
M : "Oui mais je le respecte que sur l'autoroute, je trouve que rouler à 130 c'est un peu dangereux."
Moi : "Boarf, je dirai plutôt le contraire. Sur l'autoroute à 110 tu fais chier ton monde et tu te fais doubler par des PL, et sur la nationale que tu sois à 80 ou 90..."
M : "Mais ça c'est trop une logique de perdant quoi. ça c'est les gens qui veulent pas être les plus rapide ni rien dans la vie."
Ggrmbl.
Les vacances de Toussaint passent, on se retrouve le lundi de la rentrée.
M a eu son S7.
— Ah tiens il est beau, pas trop mal et tout. Tu t'en sors avec Android ? (moi)
— Franchement ouais, mais y'a des trucs que je préférais sur iPhone. Mais bon, il reste quand même largement supérieur comme téléphone.
— Supérieur à quoi ?
— Ben quand je vois ton petit, c'est quoi toi que t'as, c'est...
— Motorola, Moto G
— Ben voilà. Je me dis, "dans quoi, un an, deux ans, il est mort", alors que moi j'aurai toujours mon S7.
— ggrmrmblbl.
Looongue conversation sur la politique avec lui, un autre ami (A) et moi. J'y connais pas grand chose, ne jugez pas s'il vous plait. Le sujet de la sécurité sociale est venu.
M — Je pense que la sécu on devrait arrêter. C'est comme leur connerie d'obamacare là, c'est à chier.
Moi — Eeeuuh pardon ? Moi je trouve ça cool quand même, je viens d'aller trois fois chez le médecin et j'en ai eu pour pas grand chose.
M — Ouais mais t'aurais payé quoi, trois fois 23€ ? ça va, t'as les moyens, c'est pas la ruine !
A — Ouais mais quand pingouin_gaufrier était malade en janvier au moins il a pu faire un IRM et tout pour pas cher !
Moi — Ben ouais carrément !
M — Non mais ça va que t'étais vraiment malade, mais sinon, ça veut dire quoi : tu payes continuellement pour que des mecs qui font semblant d'être malade aillent se faire faire des arrêts maladie ? Comme ça ils peuvent bosser encore moins ?
Moi — Mais toi t'as des parents bourges, tu sais pas ce que c'est que de devoir attendre le mois suivant pour manger autre chose que des pâtes ! Le jour où t'es vraiment malade et que t'as rien pour te payer tes soins, comment tu fais ?
M — Ben tu te débrouilles franchement, je vois pas pourquoi moi j'irai payer pour que des mecs aillent se faire soigner alors qu'ils ont rien, en plus les trois quarts c'est des connards de gauche qui veulent pas travailler!
A — Rhoo mais ta gueule. (je tiens à préciser qu'il est très difficile de discerner si M plaisante ou pas dans ses propos. Là, c'était clair qu'il rigolait, mais qu'il y avait un fond d'honnêteté derrière ses dires.)
M — Non mais franchement c'est vous qui comprenez pas. Vous payez toute votre vie pour que quoi, des mecs aillent chez le médecin gratos ? Vous trouvez ça normal ? On dirait du communisme !
Moi — C'est normal, moi je trouve ça sympa et je suis content que ça existe
M — Je vois pas pourquoi nous, qui sommes en bonne santé, devrions payer pour des mecs qui travaillent moins et qui sont plus malades.
Hier : j'étais chez lui à bosser.
M — Je comprends vraiment pas comment tu peux aimer des trucs comme ça. Franchement des vieux mecs comme... C'est quoi que t'écoutes tout le temps, Claude Franç-
Moi — Brassens.
M — C'est quoi la différence ? C'est des vieux mecs qui sont morts il y a au moins, au moins trente ans quoi !
Moi — Ouais ! Mais ça n'empêche pas la musique d'être bonne, et puis ils disaient des trucs très intéressants !
M — Mais qui écoute les paroles sérieusement ? Pourquoi pas lire un texte ou...
Moi — Chacun son truc. Après j'écoute pas que ça, là je suis assez à fond sur Rodrigo y Gabriela en ce moment et-
M — ça non plus je comprends pas. Pourquoi t'irais écouter deux pauvres mecs qui jouent de la guitare ? Je comprends que c'est bien, instrumentalement, et tout, ils sont forts. Mais je vois pas pourquoi t'écoutes pas des trucs comme ça (il joue une musique récente sur son téléphone, je sais pas trop ce que c'est), je veux dire, c'est mieux !
Moi — Mais selon quels critères ?
M — Ben sérieusement, écoute ! C'est trop bien! C'est récent, c'est frais, c'est bien fait, tu sens le travail des mecs derrière ! Toi t'écoutes que des trucs mais super vieux quoi ! Pink Floyd et tout, ça date mais d'avant 2010 ça !
Grrmgmblbl.
Etc etc. J'ai pas grand chose d'autre qui me vient à l'esprit dans l'instant mais si ça me revient...
Edit : J'avais oublié la partie qui m'a donné envie de faire ce post !
J'avais un diapo à faire en cours avec lui. Un truc de neuro, sur le stress. Il me dit "Bon ben on se met avec J, il a le diapo de son parrain de l'an dernier, comme ça on peut s'en inspirer et lui demander de l'aide." Je dis OK, on rencontre J.
Viennent deux heures dans l'emploi du temps où on avait décidé de se mettre sur le diapo. M me répète "allez on s'y met, et en deux heures on a fini tranquille, voire une heure si on speede". Il sort son PC, ouvre powerpoint, et ce qu'il appelle faire le diapo, pour lui, c'est prendre celui du parrain de J et copier-coller le contenu dans un nouveau document. Avec des SmartArt de Powerpoint.
Bon alors moi j'ai pas encore ouvert ma gueule que je me prends une avalanche de merde pour avoir LibreOffice et pas Office que je n'ai pas encore pris le temps d'achetetélécharger.
Puis vient le moment où je dois lui expliquer que ça c'est pas travailler, c'est du plagiat.
"Ouais mais la prof a changé, et l'an dernier ils ont eu 16. Je considère que chaque truc qu'on change c'est un point en moins, on peut pas être aussi bons qu'eux."
Bon j'arrive à le convaincre d'AU MOINS reformuler les putains de diapos. Donc on y passe un sacré moment, on y a mis une après-midi de 14h à 20h. J'ai refait des schémas, on a réécrit des lignes, mais j'avais carrément l'impression de plagier.
Impossible de lui faire entendre raison. "Mais tu sais pas travailler putain! Tu vas te pourrir la vie pour faire un truc nul, alors que là on le fait en cinq minutes et c'est top!"
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2013.10.05 16:54 Netbug Some Numbers

Hey, all.
Just thought I'd share my results over the past couple of months. I'm not complaining. I know this is a numbers game. Just thought I'd share.
I started recording at the end of July, 2013, and I've changed my profile on all three sites multiple times.
OKCupid - Totals as of: 2013-09-19
Match.com - Totals as of: 2013-10-05
PlentyOfFish - Totals as of: 2013-09-19
Overall:
Percentages:
Here are a few examples of messages I send. A Complete random selection, and obviously a lot of content is contextual:
I'll keep plugging away, but it is fairly exhausting and I'd be lying if I didn't say a little discouraging.
EDIT:
Here's the previous version of my profile:
My self-summary I think that being at the cottage in the summer with a glass of wine or a beer and a good book is perhaps the most enjoyable way to spend my time I've found thus far.
Yes, I have a geeky side; I feed it regularly and give it shelter. It treats me well.
I like thinking big thoughts, and little thoughts and sometimes you find them in the oddest of places.
I'm at the gym at least 4 days a week; mostly so that when I'm being pursued by zombies or raptors, I can nimbly make it to safety in style. It would be nice to find people who share this belief, because when the zombie-raptor apocalypse comes, it would be lonely when you all get eaten. (I just added CrossFit to my routine, and despite the potential for injury if you haven’t done big lifts before, it’s an amazing workout).
I've been a few places which were fantastic (New Zealand and Australia most recently) and there are many more which I'd love to visit. Someone I met recently suggested Germany, and I must say that Oktoberfest looks amazing.
I admit that I will pay $10 for one good import beer rather than $5 for a pitcher of domestic. I'd also wear a three-piece to work if I could, and bowler hats are under-rated.
What I’m doing with my life Right now I work for a telecom with my eyes on an eventual MBA or law degree.
The above of course will be moot when I sell my first novel and become an overnight success with Hollywood beating down my door. There's also a guitar behind me right now that I really would like to spend some time improving my skills upon.
I always try to leave people better than how I found them.
I think there are some awesome adventures out there just waiting to be discovered; I’d love to buy a car and drive all the way down the west coast, through Mexico, and down to Peru.
If I was independently wealthy I would most likely work with big cats. Or dragons. Cuz everything is better with dragons.
I’m really good at Breaking stuff. And then fixing stuff... usually.
The first things people usually notice about me My devilishly good looks. Soon after, my delusions.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food BOOKS: Harry Potter by JK Rowling, Winning by Jack Welch, A Short History of Everything by Bill Bryson. Anything by Robert J. Sawyer or Matthew Reilly are also excellent reads. I read Ender's Game something like seventeen times (though the author is a homophobic jackass). Also I've been reading a fair amount of graphic novels lately. We3 was really awesome and sad. I love goodreads.com. I've also got to admit that the Spooks series is awesome and I can't wait to see what they do with the movie.
MUSIC: As far as music goes, my music directory is pushing 80 gigs right now with very broad tastes. From Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, to The Cat Empire, to Dave Brubeck, to Nightwish, to Johann Sebastian Bach. Right now, Dire Straits Brothers in Arms is playing and yesterday I stumbled upon a performance by Rodrigo y Gabriela which blew my mind.
MOVIES: I would say my top four films, for the moment, are The Lord of the Rings (it's just one big movie), The Shawshank Redemption, Let The Right One In, and Singin' In The Rain. Evil Dead is up there as well. And I really enjoy the Fast & Furious series... it's a guilty pleasure. There's a tonne to list here; you name a movie and I've probably seen it, and more often than not, enjoyed it. Truthfully, I would like to see every movie that comes out, bad or good, I love getting lost in a story. My collection must be past 1000 movies at this point.
TELEVISION: Favourite TV series, The West Wing, Firefly (I still hold on to hope that it will come back...), Studio 60, Game of Thrones, Buffy, Angel, Supernatural, The Walking Dead, and Entourage. Dexter is also awesome and I’m so glad that both it and The Newsroom have started up again.
SURFING: TED, XKCD, and Reddit among many many others. The six things I could never do without - A bed. (seriously, I hated camping just because I didn't have a nice mattress). - Warmth (I'll leave you to think about whether that is literal or emotional) - Good food. - Good friends (yeah! Screw the "not good" ones!) - Books (Sometimes you want to experience an adventure other than your own) - Music
I spend a lot of time thinking about How awesome it would be to have a pet cheetah. I really do spend a disproportionate amount of time pondering that...
On a typical Friday night I am Watching a movie, learning something new, or out with friends.
Or all three.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit I may, or may not, be able to sing most of the songs from Disney’s Aladdin.
I’m looking for • Girls who like guys • Ages 18–99 • Near me • Who are single • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if If you die a little bit inside every time someone confuses youyou're or its/it's. It helps if you're sarcastic too.
If you've read this far then you probably want to date me... ;) So send me an email and we can chat and see about potentially setting something up!
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2012.08.06 06:35 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: Heyy, I do the webcomic "Subnormality," as well as artwork for Cracked.com. Ask me whatever!

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Date: 2012-08-05
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Link to my post
Questions Answers
Will Cracked ever run out of lists? 7 REASONS CRACKED WILL NEVER RUN OUT OF LISTS.
What is your favorite Subnormality strip? Which one are you most proud of? Also: It's such a treat when a new comic pops up in the feed. It makes me happy and I want to say that I don't even care about waiting between comics if it means they are all such treats <3. Thanks! That means a lot me. Which comix am i most proud of? Honestly, just the ones that were the most work i think, and that the most people enjoyed. I'm proud of The Line because it was the culmination of a few years of pondering such issues and because of the research involved. And i'm proud of the one christmas comic because it was basically a graphic novel that i'd been mulling for a couple years but was never going to have the opportunity to draw, so i tried to kind of pour it into one installment of a weekly comic strip and i'm proud of myself that i was willing to try something like that, if i may say so. (and the mousover text for that one is completely true by the way-- i was literally inking the words "the power went off" and in real life the power went off, and it was the fucking Creepiest Thing Ever)
Gah, even your answers are "too many words" And I mean that in the most loving way. Yeah, anyone expecting succinct answers should probably just back out of the room right now...
Never heard of you, never seen your work, but FFS I would pay to see a movie based from your Christmas comic. Thanks for sharing that with me. Ha, glad you liked it!
I'll be honest, The Line is the first of your comics I've read. And now I'm crying at 4 PM. So thanks for that, I guess. No one bother me for a while, I'll be reading. Ha, sorry...
I'm glad you don't dumb things down. Your writing strikes a chord with me, your visual design is fantastic, and your characters despite not having any sort of traditional story arc are very human, dynamic, and much more realistic than those in most other comics. I know, there've been a few complaints about the hard-to-readness lately, and i'm gonna work on that for future comix...
One request - any chance you could start designing in slightly higher resolution? The small type in your long walls of text becomes quite hard to read sometimes. Normally, small fonts on screens take advantage of sub pixel antialiasing for clarity, but you can't put that into an image because you do not know what kind of screen your readers have. So, make it all larger maybe? ;) And thanks for the very kind words!
Approximately how much money did you make last year? And is it at all a factor in doing what you do anymore or just a perk? Not enough to pay taxes on (WIN?). Enough to make rent though. This isn't a big money industry, so it's always gonna be a factor always.
You must get thousands of email telling you your comix are life-changingly, thought-provokingly awesome. How do you 'keep it real'? (and deal with the volume?) Hell, I emailed you once saying I bought a sphynx t-shirt, and you actually replied! Thanks for buying a shirt! That kind of support means a lot to me. I don't get thousands of emails, but there have been quite a few over the years, and quite a few just Amazing ones where, yeah, people are like "you made things suck less today." Obviously it's a lot to take in, and you're absolutely right that it could mess with one's head in certain ways. I actually do have a specific answer to that question, and it's that as long as the feedback i get is text on a screen then i can sort of pretend it's not real to the extent that it doesn't mess with my head. Like, the couple times i've met people in real life that were fans of my work it TOTALLY got to my head-- not an ego trip, but it does affect you not matter who you are and how small the audience, and it took a couple months to get over to be honest. You suddenly feel like you have to live up to more than you have been because they're REAL! The audience is real!! AAAHH!! So as long as it's just text on a screen, it's enough distance to remain kind of level-headed. As long as i can maintain that 10% distance then i don't get a big head about it or whatever. I know this all sounds just Weird, but feedback is definitely hard to get used to, particularly after however many years of toiling in obscurity and being convinced that i'd never succeed.
If I were you, I'm pretty sure my ego would rocket out of control, and I'd become unbearable, but from your blog posts and stuff you seem to have a handle on things.
Who are the three artists you look up to that first come up to your mind (and why) ? Awesome work, thanks so much. I adore your "Weird" print I bought some time ago. Bill Watterson is Why I Make Comics. He was able to transcend the idiotic constraints of newspapers (and in fact fight for more room on the sunday pages) and produce something amazing and near-timeless just by sheer talent and love for the medium. Basically everything i do derives from idolizing Watterson. I make damn sure to use the infinite canvas now available to me thanks to the internet.
Kurt Cobain! Huge influence, artistically and as a person. I was obsessed with that dude for a great many years. His hatred of Macho Bullshit i happily absorbed. "Heavier Than Heaven" by Charles R. Cross is the only book i've read more than once.
Noel Gallagher! Because of songs like this and this and because he's said numerous times he's doing what he's doing because he can't do anything else, and i'm in the same boat. I can't do a real job, so here i am. Fookin' 'ell.
I was a big Oasis fan as a teen and haven't heard D'Yer Wanna Be A Spaceman? in maybe 10 years. I totally forgot about that song and that was a massive nostalgia hit. Thanks for posting that. Songs like that got me through some pretty lean years, i have to say.
I've been reading your comics for a couple of years now. How are you not female? Men and women just aren't as different as we've been led to believe.
Could you draw us a sketch of what you think the average reddit user looks like? (PS, love your comics. Awesome, awesome stuff) I dunno, i'd hate to offend the non-average reddit user. Thanks for the kind words though!
Will Sphynx and sometime-PinkHairedGirl ever bridge that uncomfortable interspecies lurrve blind-spot they've skirted around these many years? SPOILER: no.
Remember your 7 part space opera? Ever going to return to those zine-y roots? Six parts! I have zero plans to return to doing zines, but i most certainly have plans to do such graphic novels again. I won't be for a while though. I'd absolutely, positively love to redo all of Captain Estar, among other ideas.
To kickstarter! But seriously if you ever redo Captain Estar would you consider kickstarting it? I'd approach publishers before i did anything (plus we canadians can't use kickstarter as far as i know). I wouldn't be for a while though, so who knows how i'll feel in december of 2055 or whenever it is i get around to redoing that comic. I'm sure kickstarter will in fact be available to canada by the time i think about using it, now that i think about it.
Ever considered hard copy other than prints? Would totally buy Captain Estar... No, not currently. I did make a zine edition of Estar, but there are only 9 copies in existence and i have no plans to make more because i have done enough photocopying/stapling for three lifetimes.
I want to make a movie of Captain Estar, but I don't have any clout yet. Hang on, Winston, just a few more years! I'll wait, i promise!
I know you're done with this, but I hope you at least see this. Just wanted to tell you that Estar brought me out of a dark depression in my life when I first read it and absolutly floored me. Everytime I feel down I go back and read it again, thank you so much and please never stop creating. That's awesome, man-- i'm honored if the comic was of help to you like that. Depression is fucking evil, so if i was help in the battle then i'm really happy about that.
P.s sorry to ask a question so late but I'm moving to Toronto next year for school. What are some great affordable (for a college student) places to eat? Just any japanese, chinese, or viet/thai places! Wayy more value for money than any artisanal grilled cheese joint you'll encounter.
4. As a fellow Torontonian, how much of it do you put into your strips? Do you think of Toronto as the setting of any/all of your very urban-centric strips, or just the usual generic New York/Toronto/Chicago/Boston metropolis that pops up anywhere? I will say i'm concerned that tablets will take over as the dominant form of computing, which is then gonna affect the size of comic strips once again (ugh). I'm not gonna run through the streets crying DON'T BUY TABLETS!! YOU BLIND FOOLS CAN'T YOU SEE THE TABLETS WILL DESTROY US ALL!! but i do secretly fear that the dominant form of media will again define the format of comic strips just as i was getting used to this infinite canvas deal i got right here.
Thanks very much for the Ultra kind words! And don't be intimidated, i'm just Some Internet Person.
Where do all the stories go? will the brown haired girl ever go crazy from stewardess-ing, and take Sphynx on some sort of BJ and the Bear inspired killing spree? What about the Sand Witch? Does the homeless woman who sells band names ever show up at the same street corner as the guy who said condoms are manufactured to break, and start a turf war? what do the other monsters from the "monsters playing cards" comic do? Killing spree not scheduled. As for the other stories, they're ongoing... And the ones that aren't, hopefully there's enough there to be worth pondering about, imagination-wise. There are some i've meant to return to but haven't yet, Atomic Cowgirl being top of that list.
How do you not get bored? In the context of what I imagine is a dark room with a large desk and a large expanse of distraction - how do you focus? I'm pretty bad at focusing, i mean i'll draw for 30 minutes and then INTERNET and then draw for 45 minutes and then INTERNET and then it's 1 am. You get the idea... Doing any creative endeavor is a lot of work, and yeah it's not always gonna be FUN, so you have to be motivated on a fundamental level to push through the drudgery. By the time i'm 2/3rds of the way through a comic i'm sick of drawing and i don't understand the comic any more and my head hurts and there's a Steam sale, but you gotta push through it for the feeling you get once it's done and people are reading and (hopefully) enjoying it. Do it for how it feels when it's done, because the work won't always be TOTAL FUN no matter how much you love your job.
Did you start making comics as a way to occupy yourself, or was there always the intention of putting them out in the world as a means of communication? Are your characters and plot lines ever born out of a solid plan, or do they kind of form themselves? Comics you'd recommend other than the ones on your link page (related: ever read Black Hole?)? Lastly...who is your favorite pornstar? I've literally always wanted to make comix for a living (as obnoxious as that sounds), and though i lost sight of that goal when i was in school, once i finished school and the world was like OKAY NOW WHAT the goal came roaring back pretty quick. And yeah, communication is a Huge motivation actually-- hopefully making people feel less alone, and feeling less lone in turn by hearing from the audience.
As for the characters, they definitely were not born from a solid plan. The sphynx was just a one-shot character that instantly kind of leapt off the page with this personality that i didn't even intend, so further adventures became necessary. The pink haired girl was just an arbitrary set of characteristics with the goal of being vaguely likable, and i could either give up on her or grind it out and see what kind of personality was in there and develop her into something actually rounded. I don't plan ahead with her at all because she's making it up as she goes along in life, and thus so am i (i didn't set out to do that, that's just the situation that evolved). Characters definitely form themselves, at any rate-- that's the fun of writing, it really is. Just seeing what happens with these little people you draw.
Other comix i'd recommend: Akimbo Comics is always first on that list. Should be wayyyyyyyyyy more popular than it is, so i mention it incessantly.
The art in Stripfield is to fucking die for, but he seems to have stopped publishing in english so i have no idea what's going on unfortunately.
I like WHOMP! too-- i just derive unique amusement from its just relentless portrayal of how horrible the main character is. There's something about that that appeals to me for whatever reason. That's one strength of the medium actually, spending a whole lot of time with a character and just getting used to that.
Anything else out there that's good y'all probably know about already.
2.) Where do you get the nerve? 3.) How dare you? 1). I think i'm captain lou albano. 2). I don't, i'm just pretending to have the nerve to be honest. No, really. 3). 42.
Well this is a bit of a banal and uninspired question, but I can't think of anything else. What kind of music do you find yourself listening to, and what are some of your favorite album releases of the last couple of years? Thanks! Right now i'm listening to Rush, because Rush are awesome and if they're not gonna get into the rock n' roll hall of fame because they're Weird and have Too Many Lyrics then that's the fucking band for me.
I love your webcomic, by the way. Great work, and thank you for making art as you do. As for favorite albums from the last few years, windows media player informs me that i have enjoyed such things as the new Hives album, the Jack White solo album, House of Bees vol. 2 by B. Dolan, Live in France from Rodrigo y Gabriela, numerous releases by welsh rapper Akira The Don, and last and the opposite of least the first album from my sister's band, Ladies of the Canyon. Music!!
So I guess now they're worth listening to for more than just an afternoon? Edit: Oh, I should also mention I absolutely love your Radiohead drawing from that comic! Also, does #11 refer to any specific band, or just the general concept that everyone has a band like that? Oh god yeah, i've changed a lot of the opinions that are in that comic, i'll say that (QOTSA are like in my top 5 of bands right now, for instance). Definitely still like Radiohead, and i'm glad you liked the drawing! And no, #11 is not any specific band, it's just That Band that you like that you don't want to be ruined by popularity (if popularity ruins stuff. Sometimes, sometimes not, separate argument. I'll shut up now).
I loved that comic, but I was still very upset (I pouted) at the description of QOTSA. Glad to hear you've moved on :P Rush was spot on though (and I fuckin' love Rush). I don't have a question, just want to say that you're brilliant, and must never stop being brilliant. (even a little) Ha, thanks. And high-five for liking Rush!
I was incredibly moved by one of your earlier comics, the one about the Babi Yar massacre. Do you have any plans to do any more "serious" or political comic strips? (Please do!) Honestly i don't, nothing so specifically historical anyway, and certainly not political. There are other comic strips to tackle that stuff, so i'm trying to focus more on The Personal i guess. I'll definitely do more Serious stuff, i should clarify that, but probably not political. Everyone who's gonna hate stephen harper probably already does, and if the shit he's done in the last few years isn't enough to turn people off him then certainly nothing i can say is gonna work.
Do you still work out of Toronto? or did you move when you started working with cracked? I used to love how the residue of the city would show up in the comics all the time, It made it feel like living in Toronto had a cool connection to your work. Did you ever attend the Toronto Comic Arts Festival? what was it like? Still in Toronto, no plans to leave! I like it here, and it's definitely seeped into the comix in an increasing fashion.
Never been to TCAF. Oh no wait, that's not actually true-- i did go once when it was out in tents behind Honest Ed's back in 2004 or something, but i don't remember much. Something something chester brown something tents. I'm not big on shows anymore, though from what i hear the current TCAF is quite Great as far as shows go so i'm fully on board with the local pride there.
Have you ever visited Montreal? Yeah, man! My sister went to school/lived there for probably ten years, and my parents rented a place there for more than a year when my dad was on sabbatical once. Taking the train up there to visit is a favorite memory. The winters are slushtatstic and the subway's too hot, but that's part of the experience i think.
Where does your inspiration come from? Just in general, like as an artist, or did you have anything more specific in mind? Wall of text poised to drop...
There are a lot of factors, to be honest. Comix-wise, i'm inspired by the potential of the medium, and to maybe possibly hopefully try and help drag it forward or at least back to where it was a hundred years ago. For the last few decades the medium's been (re)defined by newspaper editors who've shrunk and shrunk the space on the comix page because they all want to be the New York Times, and it's frustrating and it's bullshit and thank fucking god we now have the internet so the medium can get back to what it's supposed to be doing-- namely not being constrained by format/content restrictions, and showing that it can be just as vital and important and exciting as any other medium. If i end up helping that cause in any way, if i can show that comix don't have to be just a light entertainment on page D46 then i shall die happy. I believe in this medium, i really, really do. It has everything. And if it had more respect in the media then it would have more exposure and in turn more potential in the future for comix artists to make a living, so that's what inspires me-- that goal. Reading an online comic and being able to relax because i know that person's earning a living and not just cranking out what they can between split-shifts at Burger King. We comix people try just as hard as any other artist, but we don't have the rewards yet so that struggle is primarily what inspires me.
And beyond that, more content-wise, definitely a desire to express certain ideas in my work, which would hopefully be of some use to others. Just to try and view the world and express truths about it (as opposed to opinions, like in my earlier work), because frankly a lot of media is really not that good at describing what it's like to be a human being. You can go 20 years thinking you're insane only to randomly read an article one day and find that whatever issues you have are totally common and you're in no way alone. But it shouldn't take 20 years. There's no reason at all for people to feel as alone as they do in the ways that they do, and art can definitely help with that, so that's another inspiration. It's fucking tricky to express truth obviously, but i aim high. Having said that though, i'm not morphing into Professor Humorless here. I most certainly want to actually entertain people at the same time, as opposed to illustrating a series of dour lectures. And i wanna challenge myself as an artist too, and part of that is the attempt to create characters that are convincing and that people like and then see where they go as opposed to forcing them to go places.
Beyond that, there's just the Big Stuff. Being horribly aware of one's mortality and striving to get my ideas out and hopefully leave something semi-decent behind once i'm gone. There's no use pretending that death isn't hideously, loomingly inevitable, so i've always had a strong desire to at least try to make some ripples in the pond, as it were. Take the crazily great opportunity of being born the current age in a great country to ultra-great parents and use it to hopefully make something nice.
Sorry, i know i talk pretty big sometimes, lofty ideals and pretensions etc, but you gotta aim high.
Hey i love your comics whenever a new one is put out it really makes my day at work fly by. My question is, what is your schedule for putting new comics out and what can we (reddit and users) do to see new comics more frequently? Hey, cheers. My schedule's informally every two weeks, but the nature of doing freelance work means that a strict schedule isn't really possible. I have to take the opportunities that come my way when they come my way because that's what pays the rent. My non-subnormality work isn't some burden that holding me back though, i don't wanna give that impression in the least. I really Love being commissioned to draw stuff, it's a necessary diversion from the usual drawing+writing, and working with Cracked.com is pretty much a dream job to me and i'm perpetually mega-grateful for that opportunity.
I could probably pay the rent via ads on my site or whatever, but i have no desire to go down that road, so there's always gonna be a balance between the comic and the Everything Else. As to what you can do to see new comix more frequently, there's really nothing beyond just supporting the site, posting links to my work or leaving comments or whathaveyou. Just let me know you're out there! Unless you have some sort of cloning machine? I'd need more than one clone though, i'd need like a couple.
Unless you have some sort of cloning machine? How about this one ? Ha, yeah, there it is.
Would that be so you could make out with yourself? Almost inevitably... But no, when we weren't making out i'd put one to work on inking and one on coloring probably.
I heart your comics AND your walls of text. If I asked REALLY nicely, would you come to APE in SF this year? I would bring you beer. Cheers! I appreciate you asking nicely, but i'm not real big on doing shows. I used to do them back in my zine days, but as an introvert i just found them exhausting (as much as it was cool to meet people and be in a Large Room full of people who were into comix). My merch is all online anyway, so it'd just be me at an empty table with a false moustache pretending to be asleep.
You are definitely my favorite creator of web comics- I'm amazed at how you can switch from great insights into behavior and people's thoughts like in Down at The Supermarket to the more... crazy stories like Appetite for Destruction. I think a great part of your appeal is that you express what many people feel about so many things. How did you decide that you wanted to express yourself in the web comic medium? Was there an evolution from creating artwork, or did you think from the start, "If I combine what I'm thinking with some awesome drawings i could make a great little comic."? I luckily failed at trying to do newspaper comics (too much dialogue), and decided on a whim to try a webcomic. I've actually always wanted to do comics, so it didn't have to evolve from anything else.
Haha "try to use less dialog"... What a chump! Living in South Africa I'm selfishly glad that this guy rejected your comic- if you were just publishing in a paper I'd never have seen your stuff. Thanks for the reply! Trust me, i'm quite glad too! And knowing that people anywhere in the world can check out my work is the best part of what i do, i reckon.
Thank you for your answer! Follow-up question: Are you still gonna make comix with less words? I really liked stuff like Weird?, Halloween Costumes and the race - it brings out your fine artwork a little more :) Yeah, always! The newest comic has like five words, so i'm always willing to go zero-text when the mood strikes.
Any advice for someone trying to start a webcomic and find an audience? Yeah! 1) Don't be discouraged if you don't get an audience for months and months. It took me one year of utter obscurity to get any kind of feedback, and i ALMOST quit i kid you not. But didn't. So don't you either if you don't have any emails from readers after nine months. All it takes is the right link on the right site and you can get "out there" overnight.
2) Submit your stuff to Stumbleupon, or hope that other people do it for you. No-one talks about it for whatever reason, but if you're gonna get incoming links that's where you're gonna get them.
3) BE DIFFERENT!! Offer people something they can't get anywhere else. Find a niche. FIND A NICHE! Subject matter is a niche. Walls of text is a niche. There are 950 billion webcomics, and you need to stand out in some way because it's no longer the 1980s and the audience must expend effort in seeking out comics instead of having them there in the paper that they bought for the articles. Be different, be different, be different. Look at it logically: the majority of people doing webcomics will not build a huge audience, so this is not the time for fitting in or picking up on trends.
4) If you're afraid to post it, that means it's probably good. Write that down.
Your webcomic is the only comic my girlfriend will read. She's quite fond of the depth and wordiness of the stories but, generally, comics are a no-go for her. Just thought you'd like to know that you're bringing in fans from outside the usual webcomic nerds to appreciate the medium. That's wicked man, i get a few comments like that and i'm really proud of that kind of thing. Kudos to your girlfriend, and to you!
Now a question, what is your favorite breakfast cereal? Favorite cereal? I forget what it's called, it's got like blue or green boxes with a window in it, natural ingredients etc /NOT A HIPSTER JUST LIKE THE CEREAL.
Dorset Cereals muesli? Me wearing a purple Sphynx t-shirt ... Yeah, that's the one!
Squee! I found your comic through stumbleupon. It was this one. I was instantly hooked after that. I've read Captain Esther Estar Goes to Heaven about a billion times and tell all my friends about your comic who haven't heard of it. Yeah, the negativity definitely affects how you approach things whether you want it to or not. If you know the audience is filled with people who literally think batman is real and want you to die for making fun of him then the comix you do for that audience can't help but reflect that unfortunately. I know it's just a vocal minority, but it's human nature to listen to criticism for some reason.
It seems like the cracked crowd doesn't approve of your comics. Whenever I read their comments, they are usually insulting. Have I just been noticing the negative comments? Does the negativity on there bother you? Also, because this kills me, Are you actually one of the actors for After Hours or do you just draw for them? And no, i'm definitely not one of the actors in after hours! I just do the art for Michael Swaim's brain, as well as other stuff like the recent batman rap video. Best gig ever, by the way! I frigging love Cracked.
Why can't we know her name? She's my favorite character! It's a secret! For no real reason!!
(I don't have any real questions, I'm just excited that you're posting here. It's always such a treat seeing a new comic put up, as well as rereading them to catch all the little details you include that I missed the first time.) Thanks though, i really appreciate the kind words.
Would it be possible to cut up each comic in smaller pieces? It seems to me that each comic is either one giant image or at most a really small number of them. Yeah, it's definitely possible. If tablets/smartphones become just dominant then i'll have to bite the bullet and start slicing, but hopefully that day's a ways off still...
Edit: I see you linked that very comic in a different comment. Also, where does your drive come from, to produce a detailed comic (mostly) every week for years - if it's not your main form of income, that is. As for drive, see that comment i made about Inspiration above, that should cover it. Drive has to come from a fundamental place i think, like it's something you Have to do because the thought of you not doing it is too painful to even contemplate.
Does Subnormality take place in Montreal? I've noticed a lot of red squares recently. It's more of a very fictional version of toronto. The red squares were just a nod of local solidarity with the student protests in Montreal. Montreal is awesome, just as an aside.
The depth and thoughtfulness of your stories reminds me a lot of Bill Watterson (albeit with more text!). In this short-attention-span internet world, what inspired you to make comics in this way? Massive fan -- thanks for doing an AMW! No problem! And to answer your question, I just really like writing, so i don't restrain myself at all in that regard. One must be free to do as one pleases in one's own comic strip, otherwise what's the point. I don't think people's attention spans are are short as we've been told, fortunately.
I'll probably be called stupid for asking this, but for your comic on Perspective Man, did you mean for him to be in the right, or the boys? Honestly, i don't even know. Looking back, probably him up until the end where it's just kind of ridiculous/gory for its own sake. Pretty much everyone is right/wrong in that one.
Favorite classical and modern artist? Like paintings? Oh god, this is where i pretend not to be a philistine. I enjoy the paintings of ferdnand khnopff, in terms of old-timey stuff. In terms of recent-timey stuff, why not Shawn Kerri.
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