I Just stumbled onto this awesome video clip that you guys will definitely appreciate. It features the performance of an urban dancer who is using a pair of crutches to do some really funky moves. A hat tip to Neatorama for the great find and to RJD2 for the great music.
You got to give it to the ingenious old chap for coming up with such an awesome steampunk-esque musical machine. And in case you’re wondering why he decided to build this, he has all the reasons listed on a little sign he displays during his performances. I built this machine because of unreliable guitarists. It […]
by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] With the mess with the Viacom lawsuit and allegations of encouraging piracy looming, YouTube has seemingly been working to shrug off this reputation and legitimize itself as a forum for legal, freely available user-generated content as well as legally licensed media content. The latest step towards this is the […]
By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] When US movie producer Michael Moore announced that his new movie “Slacker Uprising” would be available for free download over the internet, he was forced by US copyright law to add a caveat – that it would only be available to residents of the United States and Canada. Anyone […]
By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] Did South Park go too far this time? That’s the question being posed by the Los Angeles Times after South Park came back this week from a several month hiatus. To me, the question is ridiculous. South Park ALWAYS goes too far – that’s what makes the programme so […]
Quantum Of Solace, the 22nd James Bond movie and the second to feature Daniel Craig, following his highly-acclaimed turn as 007 in 2006’s Casino Royale, opens in the UK on October 31, 2008, and the USA a week later. Casino Royale distinguished itself in many ways from previous films in the Bond canon, being far […]
That was one of the most brilliant trailer mashup I’ve ever seen. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
In the following clips, Australian photographer Keith Loutit used a tilt-shift camera lens to take pictures of people and objects and make them appear like miniature figurines. He then assembled the shots to build some pretty fantasic-looking time-lapse videos. Watch them right after the jump.