I was very randomly poking around YouTube and thought, “Hey, I could go for another watch of the WHO KiLLED IDOL? trailer, seeing people get their dreams crushed repeatedly is pretty great when there’s still a happy ending for a few of them,” so I did a usual search for “SiS” and … well, I haven’t seen this one before.
This happened yesterday:
— Homicidol Maniac (@homicidols) December 28, 2016
I didn’t put any thought to it until I saw this little thread in the Idolmetal group, and friends, not only is that an actual movie, and not only is Hanako-san’s “Human Die!!” included in the soundtrack, but the toilet-murdering undead schoolgirl herself is playing … well, herself.
Here’s the trailer: Continue reading
OF COURSE THIS HAPPENED EVENTUALLY.
So the edited-up version of the BiS auditions airs tonight (or now, I guess, or tomorrow? Japanese dates confuse me), and it’s probably a good recap for those of us who watched pretty much the entire audition boot camp as if there were going to be any insights — hell, if you were paying attention, it was clear from early on who the winners were going to be, lending credence to the it-was-all-a-stunt-of-course-it-was-this-is-Watanabe-we’re-talking-about of it all.
For many, the most interesting outcome of the auditions wasn’t New BiS, but the spin-off sister/rival group SiS, the prototype of which stormed the stage at the New BiS debut and got people really excited and then had themselves a really cool debut live of their own and then … well.
— BiS−新生アイドル研究会-オフィシャル (@BiSidol) November 19, 2016
I know, I know, you all aren’t as WOO THEY’RE SO WEIRD AND AMAZING as I am, but this is a unique opportunity to crowdfund (independently of other action, btw) a translation of Bellring Girls Heart’s Sixth Dimension film. The subtitles become a free download in the end, and knowing where/how to get the film requires only a small amount of poking, and then, well, you get to enjoy the results in full.
Here’s the trailer, just to give you an idea of what you’re looking at:
Doop-de-doop, just gonna swing on over to Twitter and give Necroma crap about NEMESIS not being available on U.S. iTunes yet …
Hello, what’s this?
— NECRONOMIDOL (@NECRONOMIDOL) February 17, 2016