I suppose anything that keeps twatty boy/manufactured movie star Shia Labeouf off of any big screen in my vicinity is a good thing, but his recent turn as a music video director was nothing short of an abortion. As you may recall, the “art rapist” recently seen getting the sh*t kicked out of him by a shirtless fat guy outside of a Canadian bar teamed with Marilyn Manson to make perhaps the most misogynist music video of the 21st century. So, needless to say, I’ve been sort of hoping he’d find a new hobby to take up, something I don’t have to be exposed to professionally. I’m told that alligator wresting is fun, Shia!
With that said, our boy Shia hasn’t given up on artistic endeavors away from being a horrible actor — he’s now directed a Kid Cudi short horror film titled “Maniac,” which MTV says “was inspired by the track “Maniac” on Cudi’s sophomore album Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager. Cudi — who was recently involved in some petty rap beef over the origin of the term “rager” when he wasn’t busy feeling up Lake Bell’s magical tits on How To Make It In America — along with his buddy Cage, play two serial killers on the prowl in the 10-minute video. And you know what — it’s actually kinda good.
So score one for young Shia. (You have no idea how hard it was for me to type that.)