SXSW 2011: Hesher was here in this new viral video!

James Wallace

by: James Wallace
March 9th, 2011

Don't you just hate it when you show up in someone's life unannounced, assign yourself as their personal grief counselor, invite yourself into their home, and all they have for you to watch on TV is shitty nature shows about nature and shit? Hesher hates that too. Thus, he has taken over YouTube just as he has taken over the Forney household, and their subsequent lives, to encourage you to broaden your horizons in your daytime TV programming. So, when you are sitting around in your underwear as an unwanted house guest, eating their food, and watching their TV, take a cue from your old pal Hesher.

Check out the clip after the break. Beware; it is most definitely not safe for work. But if you know Hesher, then would you expect anything less?

HESHER stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the titular stringy haired and tattoo'd mysterious metal head that appears in the life of young T.J. (Devin Brochu) as if he just arrived fresh off the boat with a one way ticket from Hell, and brought a little bit with him to make the young boy's life a living one. Yet, somehow, the grim reaper's timing couldn't be better, for he also serves as a makeshift guardian angel for T.J. as he is filled with both angst and grief over the recent and sudden loss of his mother in a horrible accident.

The film, which co-stars Natalie Portman as the boy's object of adolescent affection and Rainn Wilson as his apathetic father, will screen three times at SXSW beginning on Sunday, with additional screenings on Tuesday and Wednesday. Check out the film's page on the official SXSW website HERE for times, locations, and more information.

Here are a few more YouTube videos Hesher has left his mark on. Fair warning; You may need to watch the first one again after viewing the second.

Check out Hesher's YouTube page HERE for future viral videos. And become his f'ing friend on Facebook by liking his f'ing pageHERE.

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