Skyfall is out on dvd and blu-ray, and just the other day the Oscars gave their own nod to 50 years of Bond. Here, however, is an alternative and brilliantly edited tribute to the last half century courtesy of Kees van Dijkhuizen jr (via @lukedobson).
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Fan films are generally pretty hit and miss, more often than not turning into something altogether a little too cheesy for comfort. Brian Curtin (of Beyond Black Mesa fame), however, has gone and created this absolute gem set in the Killzone series of games. Have a watch below, and afterwards check out the making of feature to see how they did it. Seriously impressive.
As soon as a new year hits, I often start to wonder what’s happening in film during the coming year. So, here are some of the trailers that are holding my interest so far.
I’ve just got home from the office Christmas party, and am shortly off to the land of nod to catch up on my rest. Before I do however, I thought I’d share a pretty cool video that appeared in my Twitter feed earlier today.
As 2012 draws to a close, @genrocks has put together a reminder of the past year in film, saluting “the great movies that inspired us and the bad ones that made us feel better about our lives.” Enjoy.
Well, another week has disappeared, and Monday is once again here. If you find yourself imagining you were elsewhere, in some amazing place in the world, then this video may help. Have a good week.
I know I can’t help but look back over 2011 with all that’s happened in life. So, here’s a film from Madeline Schichtel that took this a step further. Worth every second.
I shot a little video every day of 2011 on my Canon Powershot, then I edited it all down to a little over a second each. It’s interesting to be able to look back on my year and remember these little moments. I love living in LA. I love the friends I’ve made. And I love seeing how much has changed over just one year being here.
Yet another film showcase for you today, this time highlighting the year 2011. Enjoy.
Some good news: Men In Black 3 hits UK cinemas on 25th May 2012.
It’s been a very long week, and todays music pick has been stuck in my head for much of it. ’Where is My Mind?’ is a cover of the Pixies track of the same name, is taken from the Sucker Punch soundtrack, and performed by Yoav and Emily Browning.