show my homework stocksbridge high school modelos de curriculum vitae resumido ozymandias poem analysis essay essay on obey your parents urop personal statement how long should a 1 hour essay be national symbols of usa essay a business plan together

Addictive TV remixes entire "Iron Man" movie into a song

by Eric Melin on April 30, 2008

in Blogs

When I was at SXSW this year, I met and interviewed two amazing audiovisual artists from London who call themsleves Addictive TV. Through multimedia museum installation pieces, AV mash-ups, live VJ parties, and remixing Hollywood films into original compositions/previews, Graham Daniels and Tolly have been pushing the boundaries of art for quite some time. Although the interview was for an upcoming story in Digital Content Producer, Addictive TV has crossed over into Scene-Stealers realm with the release of their newest movie remix.

[dailymotion x59guz nolink]

Using sound effects and exclusive video clips from “Iron Man” (and nothing from Black Sabbath, I might add–tsk, tsk!), Graham and Tolly have essentially turned the movie into a two-and-a-half minute dance track. The song and video actually work in a lot of the humor from the movie (which I saw last night; review here!).

And just so you don’t think I’m lying about the interview, below is some proof. The duo made a video collage of their trip to Austin, Texas this past March, and if you go to right about two minutes in, you’ll see my ugly mug asking them dumb questions while my friend Craig holds a threatening two-pronged microphone in their faces. Be on the lookout for the full story on, but in the meantime just enjoy this “Iron Man” remix.

[dailymotion x4riim nolink]

Eric is the Editor-in-Chief of and writes for The Pitch. He’s former President of the KCFCC, and drummer for The Dead Girls, Ultimate Fakebook, and Truck Stop Love . He is also Air Guitar World Champion Mean Melin. Eric goes to 11. Follow him at:

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ YouTube 

Leave a Comment


Previous post:

Next post: