The new unofficial? Tool DVD, Ultimate Review is available for order on Amazon, for those that are interested.
Amazon, DVD, Tool
October 9, 2008 at 6:06 pm
Lol, just great… “Ronaldo Jones”, the pseudonym responsible for the rumours of a hidden code to unlock live footage in the Vicarious DVD also claims to have an early copy of this DVD..
“I got my hands on an early copy and this DVD is AMAZING!!! There’s the music videos, great interviews with Tool’s best of friends and music insiders AND…live concert footage!!! In fact, a good amount of live footage from all times/albums.
This really is what all Tool fans have been waiting/asking for, for a very long time. 5 STAR RATING!!!”
… Hmmmm……. Lachrymology – Ronaldo P. Vincent…. Adam Jones… 😛
Vicarious DVD review:
“don’t know what to say except I’m sure the code will be unlocked in no time. Try thinking unique remote code…think about the meaning of numbers. Are you really surprised that “we” would put a hidden code on the DVD…are you surprised “we” didn’t make it easy? It is there…it’s up to you if you’re interested in unlocking it!!! “
Knowing TOOL, I would say that the chances of a hidden complex code in the vicarious dvd not in the realm of the farfetched – however, many of us have examined the individual sections of the DVD on our computers, and found that it contains no extra footage… Hype much? The fact that he was also the first to comment on the Vicarious DVD gives rise to a suspicion that this DVD may not be unofficial as many say, and also gives rise to the suspicion that there may not actually be any live footage… This and the Vicarious DVD are the only two items you he has commented on Amazon… Personally, I’m going to wait until more reviews are posted before allocating a portion of my meagre income to this 🙂
October 13, 2008 at 9:23 pm
I’m in possession of The ultimate Review DVD. It’s nice to have for your collection, but has nothing new to offer! A lot of interviews, but no live footage.
February 24, 2011 at 9:22 am
I remember reading about this, but never actually checked it out when it was released (I guess back in 2008?).
For anyone in the same boat, you can watch it all, in 9 parts, on YouTube:
Start here, and it will link you to the rest.
I quite enjoyed it, especially the insight from Bottril on Aenima and Lateralus. There’s not a lot of new info, but it’s a nice synopsis of TººL’s trajectory thus far, and got me even more excited about what’s next.
February 24, 2011 at 9:29 am
I quite enjoyed it, especially the insight from Bottril on Aenima and Lateralus. There’s not a lot of new info, but it’s a nice synopsis of TººL’s trajectory thus far, and got me even more excited about what’s next.[/quote]
Yeah, I watched this a while back as well. It’s nothing I’d pay for, but interesting in parts.
February 24, 2011 at 9:32 am
^ Kinda funny how commenting on your 2008 post on the main FourthEye page pops up a new thread on the Forum. I wasn’t expecting that. Yeah, agreed, it’s not worth a purchase, but parts were good.
This seems like a better place to post this blurb about another potential TººL doc I stumbled upon:
Haven’t seen this mentioned on here before, so check it out if it’s new to you:
The Holy gift is a documentary by Stéphane Kazadi produced by Chiloé Productions.
It’s a film inspired by Tool’s music. More info about the film here:
February 24, 2011 at 11:38 am
I stumbled across the ultimate review this weekend and my other half laughed at it. I have seen it on youtube and found the interview with Botrill very interesting.
February 24, 2011 at 1:16 pm
It was nice to hear from David Bottrill, he is a great producer, but does anyone find a lot of the things said by those who were interviewed just plain idiotic?
February 24, 2011 at 1:28 pm
[quote comment=””]It was nice to hear from David Bottrill, he is a great producer, but does anyone find a lot of the things said by those who were interviewed just plain idiotic?[/quote]
Yeah sure, but that’s pretty common in almost any music documentary.
February 24, 2011 at 8:59 pm
It can also be found at JB-Hi. Stumbled upon it for $10 at beginning of January.
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