Hesher Likes Canada

By February 16, 2011Nat-news

It’s been a long, long, long wait for a Hesher trailer, but the Joseph Gordon Levitt starring film finally has a trailer. The problem is, it aired on Canadian ET. So if you’re in Canada, you can watch it here.

The rest of us? We’re either going to have to wait for the trailer to land somewhere else, or for some kind Canadian to download the clip (firefox plugin downloadhelper can usually do that) and send it in.

*nudge nudge*


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  • Atze says:


    You can watch the trailer by using the following Canadian IP-Address as a proxy (Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Network -> Settings -> Manual Proxy Configuration -> HTTP-Proxy) Port 3128

    It may take a while to load but it works.

  • dazza says:

    Thanks Atze, that worked. I tried to cap the stream and then upload to youtube but it just wasn’t working out properly. And then I tried to post your tip in an update but, I assume, something about it is tripping a security feature and the update won’t go through, despite my rewriting the update several times to try and eliminate what is messing it up.

    I guess the world just doesn’t want people to see this trailer yet.

  • Godaime says:

    Hesher likes me,
    but Shockwave Flash plugins don’t.

  • robot says:

    I tried downloadhelper at Global’s site, but it didn’t light up like it could do anything. Maybe I just don’t know how to use it though.

    Why are trailers region-blocked or so exclusive anyway? They’re ads. :/

  • Atze says:

    Hm that’s odd. Maybe it doesn’t allow to post IP-addresses. I can give you the link where I got the address from. It’s http://www.hidemyass.com/proxy-list/

    That’s a great site by the way. It’s updated constantly and you can get proxy-addresses from all over the world. If you wanna watch Hulu, get an American one, if you wanna watch BBC, get one from the UK and so on. Just avoid the PL ones because those sometimes don’t work. It may be a bit complicated and often you have to try out a few because they’re either offline or too slow but the result is worth the effort: No country restrictions anymore.