you get nothin’

The double structure of human existence. There is always this weird psychology lurking in the in-between that becomes exposed when these re-mix videos are undertaken. An alienated psychology of the in-between that finds a new habitat. And why not? Increasingly, artists are making less money with the revenue model existing today and the fan vidding, or appropriation of material to create something new and unforseen is going to become more commonplace. …

Satirical songwriter ‘SrslySirius’ has made his own Wonka song, – through editing sections of the original film.  Taking pieces of audio( reminds me of Beastie Boys Paul’s Boutique,  and video from the “You get nothing!” contract scene at the end of the film, he splices them together to arrive at a dance track

---Cult film director Alex Cox (Repo Man, Sid and Nancy) is telling fans they should illegally download his movies from pirate sites such as Torrentz. "We, the artists, lose all of our rights to these massive corporations, who then come down heavy on these kids for downloading films and music that we never see a penny from. It's complete bulls--t. I want to encourage your audience to go and pirate a bunch of my stuff right away." Source: Read More:

The original Willy Wonka (played by Gene Wilder) ended with just Grandpa Joe and Charlie as the last standing. The duo were both wondering when they are going to receive a lifetime supply of chocolate – only they both broke the rules. In the remix of the 1970’s movie, both Charlie and Grandpa Joe find out that they get nothing because they broke the rules! The final scenes of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory are made into a song called ‘You Get Nothing’ by SrslySirius. Only, Wonka can’t stop telling them that they get nothing, over and over and over again!  Read More:

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