This is one of Brandon Jan Blommaert‘s junk sculptures. I love the idea of re-using junk but I think what I like the most is the close resemblance to the monster in Where the Wild Things Are… which, by the way, should be an awesome movie!
Ever since seeing the U2 Concert Film at Sundance, I’ve rekindled my affection for 3D… which is why I am particularly I’m excited that YouTube added the ability to support 3D video content. Hopefully as their content library grows we will get to see videos that really take advantage of the technology like these YouTube Tests:
Waltz of the Flowers
Magical Starlight Parade
Roller Coaster Simulation
Important question: Where does one get a pair of those blue and red 3D glasses?
…make lemonade. Carpe Diem!
Diesel XXX is throwing a massive 17-city party on Saturday, October 11th. But that’s not my point because well, who cares? What’s interesting is the short they created to promote it.
Remember that creepy Stephen King movie called Cat’s Eye? The movie about a tiny, evil troll who lives behind the skirting board of little Drew Barrymore’s bedroom that comes out at night when she is sleeping to suck away her breath and life? Well, this should rekindle those fears…
“Although at first glance it looks like a regular wooden table, if you look at the shadows on its surface you’ll see the movement of mysterious life forms. When you approach it to have a better look, they sense your presence and hide away. They do not emerge while human shadows are cast over the table, but the life forms hiding within a distant shadow are watching them.”
I love the unique perspective taken to market REC, a new Spanish horror flick.
This trailer actually PROVES that the product will deliver on it’s promise… it doesn’t offer a lame guarantee or make a empty promise.
Although I don’t like scary movies (they haunt me), speak Spanish or know what this movie is about – I want to see this movie. I’m sold.