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Radio Show: Part III

Here's the post post post about the show show show. E-mail us at this beautiful address if you want us to verbally fellate you live on air and also we will mock your hilarious surname. So look forward to that! Alright let's get on with this shit I don't have all day to waste on you. Mondays 7pm-9pm remember! And you'd better.

  • 5 Second Films
    Here is a link to a YouTube profile that is literally packed to its very seams with 5 second versions of films. Brilliant, if you like that sort of thing. And I am sure you do. As this man points out, not all of them are actually 5 seconds, but what sort of ridiculous internet pedant would care? Go update your Wikipedia entry you fat sack of shit.

  • Matt Sharp presents: Dr. Schmerzen Babble
    No no no, it's a different Matt Sharp! How many of us could there possibly be? At least three, apparently. This is one of them and he is either the greatest comedy character actor who ever lived, or a deeply foolish and deluded individual. You decide! Actually no I'll decide for you, he is bloody terrible. If you can survive this whole video I will personally kiss you lovingly on the forehead.
Get your fat eyes round this lovely lot you bitch.
  • Dead! - My Chemical Romance

  • Did You Get My Message? - Jason Mraz

  • Australia - The Shins

  • Is She Really Going Out With Him? - Joe Jackson

  • Bring It (Snakes on a Plane) - Cobra Starship

  • Missed The Boat - Modest Mouse

  • The Longest Time - Billy Joel

  • Come Back to Camden - Morrissey

  • The Seed 2.0 - The Roots

  • Salt Sweat Sugar/Bleed American - Jimmy Eat World

  • On And On - Tom McRae

  • Your Love Alone Is Not Enough - Manic Street Preachers

  • I Only Want To Be With You - Dusty Springfield

  • Last Goodbye - Jeff Buckley

  • Cupid's Chokehold - Gym Class Heroes

  • Hit Parade - Unkle Bob

  • The Magic Position - Patrick Wolf

  • Wasteland - Maximo Park

  • Babooshka - Kate Bush

  • Double Standards - Frazer
Note to Matt: Put some clips up Yeah alright I'll do it later jesus christ.

I'm not doing the woof box anymore I can't be bothered with it and nobody gives a shit anyway. Next week is film soundtracks week (probably) so get some flippin' e-mails in about those if you like. Or not, whatever. Like I said, I can't be bothered. Maybe Derren Brown could hynotise me into enjoying writing waffle like I used to, like what he did to that piano lady the other night. Derren if you are reading this you better not let me down, okay? I need you man. Also please hypnotise Chris into using less fucking horrible smelly sauce. Alright fuck this I've got a headache. Oh also next week we are going to try and find Josh a girlfriend live on air so that he can get laid and stop being a big old grump! If you've got low self-esteem and issues with your daddy why not e-mail us?

Actually I might keep at the Woof Box if I can use it to snipe at my co-hosts.


Radio Show Number Two

Don't forget to e-mail us at you fools.

Yo yo here's da beatz. When it says our names that means it was our 'unvetable' track, yo.
  • Oh You Pretty Things - David Bowie

  • Fake Palindromes - Andrew Bird

  • Golden Mike - Frazer

  • If You Could Read My Mind - Gordon Lightfoot

  • Map Of Your Head - Muse

  • This Charming Man - The Smiths

  • Capital G - Nine Inch Nails

  • Everywhere - Michelle Branch *Matt*

  • New Friend Request - Gym Class Heroes

  • I'm Shipping Up To Boston - Dropkick Murphys

  • Burn - Ray Lamontagne *Josh*

  • Oh! Darling - The Beatles

  • Rhythms - Sum 41

  • Escape from the City - Crush 40

  • My Baby Just Cares For You - Nina Simone

  • Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne

  • Elusive - Scott Matthews

  • Henrietta - The Fratellis

  • Postcards from Italy - Beirut *Chris*

  • Babies - Pulp

  • A & B Song - Tom McRae

No clips this week because it kept cutting out, as you will probably know if you tried to listen. Sorry brah.

We cocked right up at the start by building up David Bowie big time and then playing last week's tracklist, which starts with the Pixies. Durrr. We also introduced Gordon Lightfoot as Muse, which was no doubt very confusing for everybody. However we did have a sound effect of a person falling into a hole, so all was not lost. Also we got some jingles working! Hurrah!
We didn't have any internet stuff this week, and as I said the clips didn't work, so there's not much to this update I'm afraid. Oh well, you'll live.


Radio Show Number One

Hey gang! We three fools have been given a radio show on Brunel University's awesome student radio station B1000. How lucky and cool and crazy are we! Very! We are going to use this neglected blog to post things related to the show, which is on Mondays at 7.00pm until 9.00pm. You'll get the links to the websites we have talked about, playlists, and lovely little clips of some of the rubbish we have spouted. Also whoever writes the post will probably muse briefly on the nature of the show and also life. Fantastic! Here is all the shit from our first ever show:

  • One-man Movie Re-enactments
    Here is the YouTube profile of Mr. Brandon Hardesty, who recreates scenes from movie all by himself by doing impressions and wearing different clothes and then editing it all together. It is very good and very funny. He is also a piano whizz and can make funny faces! Hoorah!

  • Crazy Internet Kid of the Week
    Here's a MySpace lunatic. He had a list of 100 things about himself which got read out on the show, but I don't know if that is on his MySpace. Anyway he is very funny although not for the right reasons.

Before you read the playlist I will explain the concept of the 'unvetable' tracks. Each one of us may select one song each week that cannot be vetoed by the other presenters. I have labelled them on the playlist with our names so you can pick them out. Here you go:
  • Debaser - Pixies

  • I Want You Back - Jackson 5

  • Panic - The Smiths

  • The Avenue - Roll Deep
  • Hungry Heart - Bruce Springsteen

  • Boiled Frogs - Alexisonfire *Josh*

  • One Week - Barenaked Ladies

  • River Man - Nick Drake

  • Cars - Gary Numan

  • Bring Tha Noise - Public Enemy *Chris*

  • Mama - My Chemical Romance

  • Rock the Casbah - The Clash

  • On The Radio - Regina Spektor

  • Hysteria - Muse

  • 60 Revolutions - Gogol Bordello

  • Breathe Me - Sia *Matt*

  • Express Me - NWA

  • Heartbeats - The Knife

  • Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart) - Marvin Gaye

  • Mr. Blue Sky - ELO

  • Don't Stop Believin' - Journey

We've only got the first hour of the show recorded, so some of the items we did are lost to the mists of time forever. Which is a shame, because we hit our stride after a bit and some of the best things happened in the second hour. Like Internet Watch, Game Set Matt, Oh My Days and Thing You Remember From The Nineties. But you'll have to live without those and make do with these snippets of awkward muttering:
Well well well! This was our first ever show and we didn't really know what we were doing. We also had some jingles and sound effects and other gubbins stored on a memory stick, but it didn't fit in the frankly poorly designed USB port in the studio. We learned our lesson though so next time you can expect some annoying sound effects and horrid jingles. Which, aside from professionalism, is what the show is really missing. Really though I think it went pretty well all things considered and it was definitely a lot of fun. And it'll only get better! Promise.


IMDb Search: The Holy Trinity Christmas Anniversary Special

The Holy Trinity Christmas Anniversary Special (2006)

Directed by: Martin Scorsese
Writing credits: Christopher Dunne, Joshua Roberts, Matthew Sharp

Genre: Action / Crime / Romance (more)

Tagline: High Times. Hard Bodies. Soft Rock. (more)

Plot Outline: Two loose-cannon narcotics cops investigate the flow of Ecstacy into Florida. (more) (view trailer)

User Comments: French and Saunders are still safe - no competition here. (more)

Cast overview, first billed only:

Matthew Sharp … Tony Consuelez
Joshua Roberts … Victor Kweluembago
Christopher Dunne … Johnson Twilliger
Kaile Lucas … Jeremy De La Phillips

Runtime: 10 min
Country: UK
Language: Swedish / English
Color: Color (Metrocolor)
Sound Mix: Dolby SR (re-release) / Stereo
Certification: Germany:16 (re-rating) / West Germany:18 (original rating) / New Zealand:R18 / Australia:MA (TV rating) / Italy:VM14 / Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) / Iceland:16 / Argentina:18 / Australia:R / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Chile:18 / Finland:K-16 / France:-12 (re-rating) / France:-16 (original rating) / Hong Kong:IIB / Ireland:18 / Israel:18 / Japan:R-15 / Netherlands:16 / Norway:18 / Peru:18 / Portugal:M/18 / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 / Spain:18 / Sweden:15 / UK:18 (video rating) (1986) (cut) / UK:18 (video re-rating) (1993) (uncut) / UK:X (original rating) (cut) / USA:R


• Scorsese originally wanted friend Robert De Niro to play the part of heroin addict Johnson Twilliger, but with De Niro filming Meet The Cunts (2007), Christopher Dunne was cast instead.

• The shot of the blog ideas towards the end of the movie reads thusly:

1. On The Bus – An element of danger makes this a great option
2. With A Tramp – Tramps will love to eat your dinner as they are poor.
3. In The Cupboard – Your food never even has to leave the shelf!
4. With The Wrong Cutlery – Eat soup with a knife and fork! LOL
5. Very Hastily.

• Quentin Tarantino was originally offered the script to direct but reportedly refused after Matthew Sharp was quoted as saying that Tarantino “gets away with having a gay first name”.

• The film went over budget by $7m, almost twice its initial budget, mostly spent on Pop Tarts for Christopher Dunne’s interview scene.

• Filming was halted for two weeks after Joshua Roberts stormed off the set after finding that someone had actually shit in one of the cupboards in his trailer.

• Further delays were caused towards the end of filming as Christopher Dunne was remanded in custody and questioned over the abduction of a 12 year old girl.

• The ‘wine’ that Matthew Sharp drinks in the final scene is not wine at all – it was a mix of water, red food dye and oats to make the vomit look “fuller” on screen.

• Furthermore, the skag being heated by Joshua Roberts in the same scene was actually a mix of sugar and vinegar, suggested by Kaile Lucas.

• Voted #156 in Time Magazine’s ‘Best Movies Of 2006’, one place behind The Da Vinci Code.

Goofs: Revealing mistakes: In the opening scene, Joshua Roberts clearly says the word ‘everybody’ instead of scripted line ‘everyone’, a mistake he didn’t learn from as he can also be seen mouthing the words ‘And… look’ at the end of the title sequence to prompt a simultaneous look at the camera.

Jedadiah: [Deflating van tires with Octavius' spear. Their two helpers have already been blown away by the powerful jet of air, and Jedediah and Octavius are just barely holding on] Save yourself!
Octavius: I ain't quittin' you!

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The Holy Trinity Christmas Anniversary Special

Tomorrow is the first birthday of the Holy Trinity blog. Also it is nearly Christmas! So here is our special Christmas video:

It's on fucking YouTube and everything! We are living pretty much exactly on the cutting edge. Thanks very much to Kaile for holding the camera and the microphone and for saying a variety of things for us. Kaile you are a modern superstar of some description. Josh has promised to carry out certain 'acts' as your reward. Well not yet, but he will.

If you have watched the video by now, you will know that it contains an exciting opening montage, dialogue that snaps, crackles and pops, a beautifully performed song, yelling, candid interviews and a depressing descent into mindless self-destruction. If you haven't watched it yet, you will now know that it has a load of fucking awesome stuff in it, because I just listed it for you in an attempt to get you to watch it.

This is easily far and away the third most efficient production I have ever been involved with. Thanks everybody!