Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.

➔ 10,000 Zombies Vs Giant Blender – The Black Masses(Dismemberment Demo)


Tech demonstration of our new GPU accelerated dismemberment and procedural wounding system. Limbs can be cut off on a massive scale. Wound from getting hit appear as deep gouges which warp their mesh.


➔ This is what it sounded like the moment the guns of World War I went silent

As Deutsche Welle explains, among the artifacts in the collection of Britain’s Imperial War Museum were graphic records labeled “The end of the war.” They weren’t audio recordings. The Allies created them using a technique called “sound ranging” that essentially recorded noise intensity onto photographic film, similar to the way a seismograph works. Scientists devised it as a way to let soldiers in the field pinpoint the locations of enemy artillery, which could be exceedingly difficult.




➔ Two weeks in Japan


Sometimes when you travel you get caught by the energy of everything surrounding you. In this film I tried to sum up all those feelings during my trip to Japan, a country of contrasts between tradition and modernity.


➔ Father


A young boy lives with his mother who does not give him the attention he needs. There is also a father figure, but unfortunately for the boy, he is much worse…


➔ Sonneborn: Ein kleiner Gruß an Angela Merkel

Sonneborn hat’s einfach drauf.

Schade, Udo Voigt (NPD) bekam heute kein Rederecht als Merkel im EU-Parlament war – weil ich seinen Slot hatte. Smiley! Fun Fact am Rande: Meuthen hat sich hinterher noch beschwert, dass auch die AfD kein Rederecht hatte: „Betrug!“


➔ Rainbow Jelly Tennis – The Slow Mo Guys


Rainbow Jelly Tennis! Gav and Dan take a revisit slower and colourful-er. Dan also got way more annoyed than he did the first time. Success all round.


➔ A Respectable Job


Two low-level criminals’ routine night goes oddly sideways in a way they could have never prepared for.


➔ Sketches


➔ Big Mike Takes Lunch

Erinnert mich ein bisschen daran, wie dieses Blog heir entsteht bzw. befüllt wird. Kurzfilme gucken und Texte schreiben passiert morgens und nachmittags im Zug und in der Mittagspause schraub ich die Artikel zusammen. Man sucht und findet seine Zeitfenster.

„Big Mike Takes Lunch“ by filmmaker Nicolas Heller, is a documentary that captures a day in the life of Michael Saviello, manager of 40 years for the iconic East Village barber shop, Astor Place Hairstylists. For the past year, Mike has devoted his 45-minute lunch break to something he hasn’t done since Highschool… Painting.

Follow Mike as he takes you on a journey through his shop full of characters and the storage unit he’s turned into his personal art studio, adding another uniquely New York charm to one of The city’s best kept secrets.


➔ NORTH KOREA – Mind Blowing Mass Games


A few weeks back I had the chance to visit Pyongyang and attend the Mass Games there. This show is by far the most incredible and amazing performance I have ever laid my eyes on. Watch this 4 minute film and you will know why. Only a communist country can pull something like this off I guess. However, I do not want to get involved in politics here, so please do your own research.


➔ Charlotte Mary – Coward


➔ The Empire of C


No FX, just shooting with inks & paintings

„THE EMPIRE OF C“ is an experimental dreamlike video rocking us smoothly through circular moves.
The visual compositions have been created out of paint, oil and soap liquid.



Watch boy accidentally save his friend who fell three floors


On Sunday in Pusad, Maharashtra, India, an 11-year-old boy climbed to the third floor of a building to retrieve a stuck kite. He tossed the kite down but then slipped. Fortunately, his buddy was in the right place at the right time.


➔ Der Hepatitis Rap – benütz mich, ich schütz dich

Maik, wie kannst du sowas nur aus der Versenkung holen? Arrrggghhh!!!


➔ Girl of the Sky


A Ukrainian girl with an unwanted reputation is forced to stand up to her past.

“Girl of the Sky” is an urban tale of teenage sexual expression. The film explores the power dynamics between boys and girls in the aftermath of early sexual encounters.


➔ Real Gods Require Blood


Manchester, 1990. On a troubled estate, Alice is roped into babysitting for her neighbour, whose children claim to feed a nightly visitor from Hell.


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