Jay-Z's full SXSW concert, a new Battleship trailer and Zowie's new single all feature in this compilation of the best links you'll find on the web today.

1. Jay-Z

recently rocked the house at the SXSW music festival, and while our man on the ground in Texas - nzherald.co.nz Entertainment Editor Hugh Sundae - didn't have an Amex card to get into the show, he and everyone else can watch

. Like, right now. And apparently there was only

for the crowd. Lucky buggers. (YouTube)


2. The Western isn't a film genre normally associated with New Zealand, but Weta Digital's Mike Wallis is trying to change that with his debut feature. The quirky Good For Nothing is set in America but shot in New Zealand, and has been compared to the Coen Brothers' best work. While reviews have been mixed, you can watch the new trailer right now. It has a May 3 release date. (Apple)

3. Former Britney Spears collaborators and synth-lovers Miike Snow are gearing up for the release of their second album Happy To You, due out on March 27. So here's the explosive new video for The Wave, featuring a tonne of bodies, a lot of police officers and several dodgy mo's. (Pretty Much Amazing)

4. Here's the lengthy new trailer for Battleship, featuring new scenes, more explosions and several different kinds of Transformers-style metallic mayhem, courtesy of some wicked-looking robotic creatures. Man the lifeboats - Battleship is due out on April 12. (YouTube)

5. Kiwi singer Zowie sits somewhere between Ke$ha and MIA in the pop universe, and her new single My Calculator proves she's onto a winning formula. Stream it below:

6. "He bought pictures back that I've never seen before," says the director behind Catcam. And yep, that's exactly what you think it is - a movie about a cat with a camera strapped to its neck. Check out the trailer below. (YouTube)

7. In Human Centipede one, the film's protaganist joined three humans together as one. In the second, there were 10. And in the third, due to begin filming in the US later this year, the director is going to attempt a 500-person human centipede. Ugh. (NME)

8. Here's Jack White's new song Sixteen Saltines, first debuted on SNL and now streaming on his website. Good to see he's found his electric guitar again. (Stereogum)

9. Here's Hugh Sundae's interview with Anna Hutchison, talking up her new movie Cabin in the Woods, which, by the sounds of things, is actually quite good. (nzherald.co.nz)

10. Finally, check out this 1994 interview between a remarkably young Jon Stewart and the seemingly ageless Quentin Tarantino as the director talks up his new movie, a little something you might have heard of called Pulp Fiction. (Fark)

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