This short film from David Karlak (The Candidate) and written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, is a five minute proof of concept for a planned full-length feature. The short was made on a shoe string budget of $38,000 bucks. Boy oh boy is this a fantastic looking concept short. The CGI looks incredible and beautiful. Looking at this short you would swear much more was spent producing it.
The short is similar being that of man creating robots. Robots become sentient but then targeted by humans are they develop emotional symmetry to humans. Only this time the story is told from the perspective of the robots.
The short stars Anton Yelchin (Chekhov) and Rufus Sewll (The Man in High Castle) as the leader of the machines and the human military leader. The film also is set in the near future as the first sentient robot comes online in 2017.
Dam that is close.
You have to say this is a very interesting take on the up rising of machines versus man scenario. Would this not look beautiful on the big scene.
Source: Nerdist, io9
Playing in the store today is Sweet City Woman from the Canadian rock band the Stampeders. The band formed in Calgary, Alberta had two big hits. “Sweet City Woman” and “Hit the Road Jack” featuring Wolfman Jack.
Source: YouTube, TopPop
Today’s song highlighted in the Music Store is Hurt done by the late and great Johnny Cash.
There are rare occasions when a song written and preformed by the the original artist is done by another artists and it becomes their own. In these case ‘Hurt’.
The song written by Trent Reznor and preformed by ‘Nine Inch Nails’ was covered by Johnny Cash to commercial and critical success. In my opinion Johnny Cash transformed that song and was it’s meaning and message was transformed to become his song.
I have know idea what is going on here is this trailer. But hey it is only trailer No. 1
HOLIDAYS is an anthology feature film that puts a uniquely dark and original spin on some of the most iconic and beloved holidays of all time by challenging our folklore, traditions and assumptions.
Source: IMDb, YouTube, Movieclips Trailers
Imagine a world where you need a license to keep your artificial heart operating. In this distopian world the business world has found another way to milk those with less. Forcing a father to manipulate his daughter to help him survive.
The short was Directed by Grzegorz Jonkajtys. Written by Grzegorz Jonkajtys and Bastiann Koch