kottke.org posts about William Shatner

Khaaan!Jun 02 2009

Artist Daniel Martinico took William Shatner's finest moment as an actor and stretched it out into a 15-minute video.

You'll notice the crowd gets quiet after the first few seconds. It draws you in, forces you to pay attention, even if it's just staring at the back and forth eye tics on Shatner's face for a minute at a time. "In that moment everyone responds to it," Martinico says. There's laughing at first, but then people get into the rhythm of it and study the various little muscles as they pull and twitch on Kirk's face. "It's a phenomenal range in just a few seconds."

Here's the first two minutes of the video.

It's pretty mesmerizing, even small and at poor quality. (via greg)

And now, William ShatnerFeb 13 2009

Watch as he sings Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Mr. Tambourine Man, and Rocketman.

An appreciation of Star Trek II: TheOct 22 2007

An appreciation of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and William Shatner.

This Kirk is a melancholy man who feels older than he looks. "Gallavanting around the galaxy is a game for the young, Doctor," he tells McCoy. His voice and gait confirm that his best days are behind him. En route to the Enterprise to conduct a training mission, he can hardly contain his disdain for his new job. "I hate inspections," he tells his helmsman. He steps aboard his old starship a shadow of his warrior self, a sad figurehead trapped in a small world of his own making. Redemption is coming, but it will cost him.

Incubus is a 1965 horror film that wasMar 27 2007

Incubus is a 1965 horror film that was filmed in Esperanto and starred William Shatner. What more could you want, really?

Clay Davis: Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeit. This is right upOct 17 2006

Clay Davis: Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeit. This is right up there with Khaaan! (thx, david)

Fan-produced video for William Shatner's cover ofJan 26 2006

Fan-produced video for William Shatner's cover of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. (thx, renee)

Neil is compiling a list of notableOct 07 2005

Neil is compiling a list of notable musicians who blog...help him out in the comments. So far, he's got Franz, Radiohead, Shatner (!), Ted Leo, M Doughty, etc.

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