This clip features a few cast members of SCIENCELESS FICTION, which is Bill Zebub’s ,most offensive movie, that is, if you have poor comprehension.
Prior to the release of the movie, short clips of the cast were released in order to prepare die-hard fans for what they would see. The clips were taken down because Bill Zebub felt that the interviews might have told the viewer HOW to watch the movie. This would nullify the experimental nature. Viewers must make their own decisions.
After the release of the movie, Bill Zebub received numerous testimonials which had a common theme – this type of viewer (typically not a person who had seen anything by Bill Zebub prior to SCIENCELESS FICTION) was outraged at first, but that outrage transformed into respect after someone with greater comprehension explained some things.
So it seems that a clip fo the cast preparing the would-be viewer is not a spoiler after all. Well, no plot points are revealed, but it is a spoiler in the sense that it robs the viewer of the initial befuddlement. The movie is meant to hoist the viewer out of a fag.
Bill Zebub was able to spend a short time with the vocalist of Carach Angren. You can enjoy the video interview here. A more detailed interview will be published on www.grimoireofexalteddeeds.com and excerpts of this video will appear on “Metal Retardation volume 5.”
Bill Zebub posted an old skit for streaming. It is titled “Slapstick at the Gym” and stars Jennyphre Ligiere and Jesse Davidson. It was shot during the camcorder days at a gym that has since been shut down, so you get to see a bit of history.
The limited-edition “EARLY SKITS OF BILL ZEBUB” DVD might contain this short. The DVD will be released in early 2017 but shall not be sold in stores. There was a crowdfunding campaign for it, which entitles the contributors to seeing it first, a couple of months before the rest of the world. After that, Bill Zebub might have some at horror conventions, or perhaps for sale via snail-mail.
Bill Zebub filled in for a radio show yesterday, in the role of Professor Dumdum. Enjoy, or cringe, hearing the tirades of this madman. Click to stream or download the archived show http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/69686
The radio broadcast is on 91,1 FM, and streamed live via the radio station website. The broadcasts are archived for later enjoyment. not everyone can be awake for the live show, and of course, sometimes people have other activities during the time of the show. There is no need to fear missing anything again, unless you want to participate – which can only happen live.