July 22, 2010
Get Fired Tuesday Afternoon For Watching The New Mogwai Movie Here
That's right, folks. We're not 100% sure how it works, but if you come to Clicky Clicky (or, as it turns out, to our top-serious favorite blog Bradley's Almanac) Tuesday afternoon at 3PM you will be able to watch a live video stream of the new Mogwai film "Burning." The movie captures the revered Scottish post-rock goliath perfoming live at Music Hall Of Williamsburg in "early 2009." Our intrepid Senior Mogwai Correspondent L. Tiburon Pacifico has had his eyelids bolted open "A Clockwork Orange"-style in recent days writing up an intro to the film, which we'll post along with the live stream at exactly 3PM U.S. East Coast time Tuesday. In the meantime, there's plenty of information about "Burning" to be had on the Interzizzles, as the film was released in the U.K. earlier this year. Haven't seen the trailer yet? It's spine-tingling. Seriously, the trailer will blow your head off. Anyway, we look forward to your seeing the movie here or at one of the other 44 (literally) web sites hosting the thing next week. The screening is followed by a live Q+A with film director Vincent Moon and Mogwai's Stuart Braithwaite.