Director William Caballero has created a quirky masterpiece with Victor and Isolina! This story, told by use of 3D modeling, still pictures, beautiful cinematography and lovely music, is about the relation between the directors grandparents Victor and Isolina. It has that NPR: Storycorps vibe as the visuals chronicle the falling in and out of loveContinue reading “Animated Short Victor and Isolina is a beautiful tribute to the creators Grandparents”
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Mis-Drop is a science fiction short unlike anything you’ll see…ever
Trust the folks from New Zealand (Wellington to be exact) to keep upping the ante ,when it comes to innovative ways to tell stories with visual effects. Mis-Drop is one of those, out of the box, science fiction films, that if director Ferand Peek isn’t careful, Hollywood will steal the shit out of and actContinue reading “Mis-Drop is a science fiction short unlike anything you’ll see…ever”
This Gravity featurette guarantees them winning every technical category in the Oscars
As we draw close to Oscar time, it’s important to remind people just what deserves what, despite what a few dusty-ass raisins in Hollywood say. I said it before and I will say it again, the Oscars should be a peoples choice award and there shouldn’t be separate categories for male and female actors….there…my twoContinue reading “This Gravity featurette guarantees them winning every technical category in the Oscars”
Is Alien Ridley Scott’s Masterpiece?
When a Weyland/Yutani towing vessel receives an order to investigate a signal of unknown origin on a nearby planet, the crew of the Nostromo are wakened from hypersleep. Touching down on the planet from which the signal appears to originate, a search party comes into contact with an alien lifeform, one of whom attaches itselfContinue reading “Is Alien Ridley Scott’s Masterpiece?”