The Cover of the Week comes from David Robertshaw. It’s a church organ/piano rendition of “First Step.” I’m impressed by the ease with which he plays it.
The Art of the Week comes from DeviantArt artist Anocha. It’s a digital painting of Cooper adrift in the wormhole.
The Cover of the Week comes from Eric Zhang. It’s an organ rendition of “No Time for Caution.” This really captures the energy, tension, and transcendence of that sequence in the film.
The Art of the Week comes from DeviantArt artist MarkusBogner. It’s a pencil drawing of Cooper and Murph saying goodbye.
The Cover of the Week comes from yamahakr. It’s Interstellar’s main theme played by a full ensemble (multiple pianos, violin, clarinet). This is one of my favorites to date.
The Art of the Week comes from DeviantArt artist KrokoZero. It’s a digital painting of Cooper, either inside the tesseract or glimpsing the wormhole.
The Cover of the Week comes from The Eadgyth. It’s Interstellar’s main theme played on a hammered dulcimer. I had no idea what that instrument was before watching this video. But the combination of strings and percussion suits the score well. Take a listen!
This week, Andy celebrates Interstellar’s one-year anniversary with a discussion of evil, good, and love. He also speculates on how Siri could’ve ruined the moon landing and shares the real-life event that shaped his deep connection with the film. Happy belated birthday, Interstellar!
I’m not a superhero guy. I skip the Avengers movies, and I don’t read comics. There’s no pristine Mego Superman sitting on my shelf. That said, I’ve never found any of that “weird”; there’s a lot of unfair stereotypes about comic/fantasy/science fiction fans. In truth, I’ve always envied their passion.
Well, today, I put that envy to rest. My unfathomably deep connection to Interstellar has driven me to do something I’ve never done as an adult: purchase action figures.
That’s right! Cooper and Brand are in my living room!