Sci-Fi Rod Lott
In the tradition of Frankenstein, The Fly, Hulk and your last nightmare
that involved a toolbox comes "Tetsuo: The Bullet Man," the overdue
third piece in Shinya Tsukamoto's twisted trilogy that began with 1989's
"Tetsuo: The Iron Man."
OKSee wholeheartedly supports just about every endeavor undertaken by Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer yelper Karen O with a certain fervent-ness that’s only reassured by this incredible cover of Led Zeppelin’s mountain-shattering classic, “Immigrant Song.” It’s in support of the now-available soundtrack for the “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” assembled by none other than Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor.
Directed by creepy filmmaker David Fincher, the eerie collage of often-unknown, strangely morbid images, fits right in with NIN’s aesthetic, as does Karen O’s forceful moaning. Watch, but not if you hope to concentrate on your work immediately after: