Jan 12, 2013

Varg Vikernes shot a documentary about caves


Varg Vikernes put down his Casio keyboard, rolled up his sleeves, got in his Lada SUV and headed down to the coast to explore some stalactites in local caves.

You can't accuse Varg or his wife Marie Cachet of lacking in creativity.
They set March 2013 as a DVD release date for their new "ForeBears" film, a "critically acclaimed" and beautifully shot with a Flip cam story of a dude exploring his past and digging through caves for clues to his philosophical existence. Maybe he was looking for Euronymous skull pieces he hid there earlier.

Cachet describes the venture as "an amateur and experimental motion film about the prehistoric Bear Cult and the Neanderthal case". You know, as opposed to "a professional and experimental motion film about the prehistoric Bear Cult and the Neanderthal case".

If you're like me and you prefer to watch paint dry, you'll likely pass on this adventurous feature and wait for another pretentious Burzum release. There's gotta be one around the corner.

If the 10 and a half minute trailer for "ForeBears" featured below is enough to wet your appetite, I've got some greyish Behr paint left-over from my bathroom project that I can document drying on a wall for you.




Thanks No Clean Singing.

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