Entries Tagged as 'animation'

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

The Empire Strikes Back Gets a James Bond Style Title Sequence

The opening title sequences to James Bond movies are iconic and the Star Wars movies are iconic, so Kurt Rauffer decided to combine the two and create a brand new title sequence for Star Wars – Episode V “The Empire Strikes Back” but animated in the style and tone of a Bond movie.

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

A Claymation Cat Meets Video Game ‘DOOM’ In This Gruesome Animation

A claymation cat tools up and heads off to fight demon hellspawn in this claymation from Lee Hardcastle. Called ‘Claycat’s DOOM’ the video is made in anticipation of the upcoming DOOM reboot and there’s plenty for fans of the series to enjoy here. It’s basically the video game remade in play dough. But with a [...]

Saturday, May 7th, 2016

The History of Headshots in Gaming

Pow! Headshot! Nothing is more satisfying in a first person shooter video game than landing a headshot—the only thing more satisfying is if you landed the headshot on a friend who’s playing while sat next to you, so you can gloat in the flesh.

Monday, April 25th, 2016

Very Funny and Very Weird Parody Trailer For Captain America: Civil War

Aldo Jones is an Italian video editor who has a penchant for creating truly bizarre but very funny parodies of popular trailers—he did a great one for Batman Vs. Superman and now he’s turned his singularly weird skills to Marvel’s eagerly awaited Captain America: Civil War. Similar to Jones’ previous efforts it involves adding loads [...]

Saturday, April 16th, 2016

DRUM = ANIMATION

You may’ve thought that playing a drum was only good for making lots of noise and upsetting the neighbors, but one animator has used their drumkit to trigger patterns in an animation. The result is loops of abstract animation which explode upon the screen.

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

Music Video Imagines a World Within a Penny Arcade

A new music video animated by director Uri Lotan for band Jane Bordeaux’s “Ma’agalim” follows a lonely doll in an old penny arcade, who is fated to walk the same old rotating path, peering at the same mechanized people all day long. But soon things change and the doll’s life becomes much more interesting.

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

10 Horrifying Stories Behind Your Favourite Disney Movies

We all love Disney movies growing up, getting lost in their magical movie worlds and lovingly realised animation, but they come from dark places as this video reveals. Because most of the Disney movies are based on actual fairy tales and legends that aren’t as pleasant as the cutesy versions that we all know and [...]

Saturday, March 5th, 2016

Hunter S. Thompson Discusses Hell’s Angels and Outlaws in this Awesome Animation

As an outlaw himself, both in literary and lifestyle terms, writer Hunter S. Thompson is in a fine position to discuss the outlaw life. In this interview from 1967 with Studs Terkel Thompson talks about his time spent with one of the most notorious outlaw groups in America, the Hell’s Angels.

Friday, February 12th, 2016

Star Wars Meets Mario Kart in this Awesome Fan Made Animation

If you’re the kind of person who is not only a fan of Star Wars but also loves Mario Kart then this is going to blow your damn mind, because those two worlds collide in a brilliant mashup animation by YouTuber Dark Pixel. Set in the Mario Kart world, the Nintendo characters are given Star [...]

Friday, February 12th, 2016

Supercut Reveals The Many Movies The Simpsons Has Paid Tribute To

The Simpsons is know for its quick-fire, blink-and-you’ll-miss it gags and one industry they love paying tribute to with these is the movies. In this awesome supercut put together by Vimeo user cgmzz, 27 (there are many more) of the films the series has referenced are pointed out, along with the scenes they’re parodying.

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Aug(De)Mented Reality 4 – Illustrator Invades the Real World (Again)

Illustrator Hombre McSteez (aka Marty Cooper) presents the fourth part of his series where he adds some unhinged fun to reality using nothing but a Sharpie on some transparent sheets, where a range of creatures invade everyday life and bring some Looney Tunes mania to the world.

Monday, February 1st, 2016

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ in 60 Seconds

For their Speedrun series of animations 1A4 Studio run through popular movies in a matter of seconds, condensing the film’s narrative into something easily digestible and far less time-consuming, something more akin to our attention spans in the internet age.