Captain Alpha Male

Captain Alpha Male is a funny new web miniseries starring Jay L. Lutsky about a guy who works as a manager at a superhero agency. Here’s the first episode: For those interested, the second episode is supposed to go live on Thursday. [Captain Alpha Male | Via Neatorama] Advertisements


3D Short of the Day: Zapping

I don’t know about you guys, but tonight, this is what I plan on doing: Have a great weekend everyone!

Origami: In the Pursuit of Perfection

Origami: In the Pursuit of Perfection is a short movie that uses computer animation as well as stopmotion techniques to bring the story of ASICS, the japanese sports brand, to life.

Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] I have a long history with Harry Potter – getting the books at midnight (and reading them in the eight or so hours immediately following), going to line parties for some of the film premieres, dressing as Tonks for Halloween, even writing law review articles about fandom. I point […]

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra – Second Trailer

From the Egyptian desert to deep below the polar ice caps, the elite G.I. Joe team uses the latest in next-generation spy and military equipment to fight the corrupt arms dealer Destro and the growing threat of the mysterious Cobra organization to prevent them from plunging the world into chaos. [Via TechEblog]

Musical Typewriting

Born out of the demented mind of Fabien Cappello, this oldschool typewriter has each of its keys wired to play a different musical note as you type. And while we give it a 10 for creativity, the device doesn’t rate very high in our mind when it comes to melodiousness, especially if you use it […]

3D short of the day: Galactic Mail

Galatic Mail: A 3D short produced by French Animator Douglas Lassance in collaboration with Jonathan Vuillemin. Galactic Mail is a short film I made in collaboration with my fellow friend Jonathan Vuillemin aka Motraboy. It was produced by The Mill which basically gave us some time to create it. We spent around four months working […]

If you thought Torchwood wasn’t kid-friendly, wait ’til you see these aliens

This past week, the five-part Torchwood miniseries “Children of Earth” aired on BBC 3. This was a replacement for a typical season-run for the third season of the show, much like Doctor Who is interspersing four “specials” (one down, three to go) throughout the year rather than the usual thirteen-episode season. Torchwood has always been […]