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We Are Water

The video for Health‘s We are Water is a grotesque take on a cliché of horror movies (and music videos too!) The music video has been directed by Eric Wareheim (of Tim and Eric) and produced at Funk Factory.

Watch We are Water.

For Whom the Bell Tolls

…the title sequence to Ruben Fleischer‘s Zombieland does not back down. Flashes of jarring death slathered with slow speed splatter document a kinetic finality that does not force its humor. We see every black bauble of biohazardous blood upsurge and dot the landscape of a crippled Earth.

U can has it at Art of the Title along with an interview with Ben Conrad of Logan.

Go for it!

Major Lazer “Pon De Floor”

Major Lazer “Pon De Floor” from Eric Wareheim.

Ummm…yes. So silly, I love it.

The Sound of Arrows – Into the Clouds

The Sound of Arrows – Into the Clouds (Music video) from The Sound of Arrows on Vimeo.

Agamemnon Counterpart

In 2571 in the heap of crushed stone among the ruins of that not determined turn blue planet it was found video cassette. The fact that you intend to see, has to it no relation. This is completely different record.

Now available in the gorgeously new De-Mastered Lo-Fi High Definition Pixel Stretch Deluxe Limited Special Edition Platinum Series Edition (With Bonus Material).

Watch Agamemnon Counterpart.

ELA in “Love at First Byte”

E.L.A. is a young girl in love back in home planet Earth. But the power of her love is too big to be limited to solely one being. An extremely bizarre love triangle unravels an invasion of epic proportions, and E.L.A. is set on an adventure to save planet Earth from the evil claws of Havra the Merciless!

Directed by Fernando Sarmiento, J.F. Mackeprang and Federico Quiros at Peppermelon.

By the power of Greyskull, watch it! (Flash Video)

That Go!

That Go is Noel Paul and Stefan Moore, two fresh graduates of the DXArts, the Center for Digital Arts at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Their first music videos are two nice treats.

Watch Thunderheist – Jerk it. (MPEG-4)

Watch Sophisticated Side Ponytail. (Flash Video)

Ten Kens – Bearfight!

Boy! It gets your blood boiling. Though there are quite a lot of intellectual ideas hiding underneath the surface, it remains visceral.

Watch it.

Little Minx – Exquisite Corpse

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Based on the French Parlor game, this new web series by various filmmakers features individual shorts that respond to the last line of text from the previous director’s script. Some of the connections are quite loose.

With eyes of every man riveted on her – Like many of the films here, excellent shooting and casting.

She turns back and faces forward, at peace – Lovely idea. I expected it to end more cynically and I am glad it didn’t. Not necessarily a happy ending but the character fights beautifully.

She walked calmly disappearing into the darkness – Repetitive. A lot of potential, I am not sure it delivered.

Without missing a beat, she asks “Waffles for Breakfast?” – The weakest of the bunch.

And she stares longingly at what she has lost – “Exquisitely” shot. Beautifully directed. A great reason to love short films.

Stuff of Life

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The second installment in Amnesty Unsubscribe Me campaign, the first being Waiting for the Guards. As you can guess, this one is about waterboarding.

Watch it. (Flash Video)

Skeletor Finds His X-mas Spirit

Scene from He-man Christmas special. Yes, it was that cheesy…

Watch it. (Flash Video)

Demonstration of the Dead

The Reel Splatter entry to the Diary of the Dead contest. When the National Association for the Advancement of the Living Impaired decides to sue George Romero, Channel 6 news is on the scene.

Watch it. (Flash Video)

Superman: The Musical

Based on a failed 1960s Broadway musical, the 1975 TV special was part of ABC’s attempt at broadcasting “edgy” entertainment in order to compete with NBC’s Saturday Night Live.

Watch snippet. (Flash Video)

Get Set for Digital

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Channel 4 dug up bizarre eighties television icon Max Headroom, and paired him with Ewen Macintosh from The Office for their digital switchover campaign.

Watch it. (MPEG-4, Flash Video)

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