deelaundry: (Sherlock & John)
Title: Roller Derby Queen
Vidder: Dee Laundry
Characters: John Watson/Sherlock Holmes
Summary: In the annals of fandom, John Sheppard is a pretty, pretty princess. James Wilson is a busy working wife. And John Watson is a roller derby queen.
Notes: Support your local roller derby, because it is awesome, as is John Watson. Thanks to [personal profile] bironic for the beta.
Source: Sherlock
Music: "Roller Derby Queen" by Jim Croce (trimmed)

Roller Derby Queen from Dee Laundry on Vimeo.



Lyrics )
deelaundry: (Default)
Title of vid: Part of Me
Created for: [personal profile] rhea314 for Festivids 2013-14
Vidder: Dee Laundry
Fandom: Now You See Me
Music: "Between Something and Nothing" by The Ocean Blue
Summary: Why do magicians do what they do?
Content Notes: Physical triggers (bright & flashing lights throughout)
Spoilers: Various plot spoilers but answer to "whodunit" is NOT revealed
Other Notes: [personal profile] rhea314 said "Dance vid" and I said, "Perfect!" My concept of disco-ball music is 20+ years behind Rhea314's; hope this translates anyway! Thank you to [personal profile] bironic for beta, encouragement, and this quote: "Hulk is suspicious of magicians."

Part of Me from Dee Laundry on Vimeo.

deelaundry: (Sherlock & John)
Title: Every Day
Vidder: Dee Laundry
Characters: John Watson/Sherlock Holmes
Summary: Love, one letter at a time a.k.a. "I'd be lost without my blogger."
Notes: Thanks to [personal profile] bironic for the beta.
Source: Sherlock
Music: "Everyday I Write the Book" by Elvis Costello (trimmed)

Every Day from Dee Laundry on Vimeo.



Lyrics )
deelaundry: (Default)
[personal profile] bironic has put up with a lot from me. Recently (a.k.a., the past four or so years), one of the primary things up with which she has put is me deluging her with fannish ideas and then not following through.

As a present for her, I finally followed through with one of the ideas. Not one she actually cared about, but, y'know.

Then it occurred to me that the bits around my idea (matching one verse of a song with a particular theme) could make a nice tribute to [personal profile] bironic, because she's awesome. ♥



Some explanation of my odd thought process under the cut )
deelaundry: (Sherlock & John)
Title: Not My Lover (The One)
Vidder: Dee Laundry
Characters: Sherlock Holmes, Irene Adler
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Dance, on the floor, in the round.
Content Notes: Violence and strategically covered nudity.
Notes: [personal profile] bironic issued a challenge for a non-Reichenbach Sherlock vid, and well, here we are. Thank you to her for the beta.
Source: Sherlock, "Scandal in Belgravia"
Music: "Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson (trimmed)

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Title of vid: Sister's Coming Home
Created for: [personal profile] laurashapiro for Festivids 2012 (treat!)
Vidder: Dee Laundry
Fandom: Sense & Sensibility (1995)
Music: "Sister's Coming Home" by Willie Nelson
Summary: Mama don't like the man that done her wrong. Heartbreak is easier to get through when you have family there for you.
Content Notes: No standard notes apply.
Other Notes: When looking for songs on sisters, I remembered this one from the wonderful "story albumn" Phases & Stages by Willie Nelson. Didn't fit for a vid on all three Dashwood sisters, but with Willoughby the scoundrel, it worked for a treat. Thank you to [personal profile] bironic for encouraging me to finish both vids.

password=mama

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Title of vid: Ever-Fixed Mark
Created for: [personal profile] laurashapiro for Festivids 2012
Vidder: Dee Laundry
Fandom: Sense & Sensibility (1995)
Music: "Make Your Own Kind of Music" by Cass Elliott
Summary: The Dashwood sisters may not always fit in, but they always fit each other.
"Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove:
O no! it is an ever-fixed mark
That looks on tempests and is never shaken" - William Shakespeare, Sonnet 116
Content Notes: No standard notes apply.
Other Notes: [personal profile] laurashapiro, it was wonderful that you loved the sisters' relationship, because that's my favorite part of the source as well. I tried to find period music but Beethoven and Haydn weren't speaking to the theme of the vid. Thank you to [personal profile] bironic without whom this would not have been half as good. Or have existed at all.

password=sense

deelaundry: (RSL laughs)
Having seen four out of the six episodes of Sherlock, I noticed there's one line that gets repeated a lot. This vidder noticed it too. :D

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Title: Aftermath
Vidder: Dee Laundry
Rating: PG-13
Summary: After the events of "Bombshells," House has a question to ask himself.
Content Notes: Depiction of intense physical and emotional pain.
Notes: Starting music is very quiet; it gets louder when the vocalist kicks in. Thank you to [personal profile] nightdog_barks for an early look-through, and to [personal profile] bironic for final beta. Warning for a complete lack of Wilson. (Seriously? Seriously.)
Source: House MD, Season Seven
Music: "Is This Love" by Cake

Aftermath from Dee Laundry on Vimeo.



Lyrics below )

Vid: Boom

Feb. 25th, 2012 09:10 pm
deelaundry: (folder)
Title: Boom
Rating: R
Summary: Fifty kinks in two and a half minutes, or Why Tango & Cash Is Awesome Even Though It's Not Really a Good Movie
Content Notes: Not all kink depictions are consensual, brief implied incest (without sexual contact), nudity (butts, chests, and a glimpse of bare breast), physical assault, flashes of lights. Despite the title, there are no explosions in this vid, although there are many in the movie, if that's your thing.
Notes: Thank you to [personal profile] bironic and hannahrorlove for suffering through my rhapsodies about this movie and then through the movie itself. Additional thanks and praise to [personal profile] bironic for strong-arming me into creating this vid and making it halfway decent. "Make them stop talking!" Created for Kink_Bingo's "All You Can Kink" challenge.
Source: Tango & Cash http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098439/
Music: "Wonderfully Colored Plastic War Toys" by The Dead Milkmen

Kink list, and streaming vid )
deelaundry: (collar)
Title: Boom
Rating: R
Summary: Fifty kinks in two and a half minutes, or Why Tango & Cash Is Awesome Even Though It's Not Really a Good Movie
Content Notes: Not all kink depictions are consensual, brief implied incest (without sexual contact), nudity (butts, chests, and a glimpse of bare breast), physical assault, flashes of lights. Despite the title, there are no explosions in this vid, although there are many in the movie, if that's your thing.
Notes: Thank you to [livejournal.com profile] bironic and [livejournal.com profile] hannahrorlove for suffering through my rhapsodies about this movie and then through the movie itself. Additional thanks and praise to [livejournal.com profile] bironic for strong-arming me into creating this vid and making it halfway decent. "Make them stop talking!" Created for Kink_Bingo's "All You Can Kink" challenge.
Source: Tango & Cash http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098439/
Music: "Wonderfully Colored Plastic War Toys" by The Dead Milkmen

Kink list, and streaming vid )

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