Category Archives: Action

Agent Peggy Carter: Marvel One Shot

If you have not heard by now and were not lucky enough to be at this years SDCC Marvel has made a one shot short film about Agent Peggy Carter from the Captain America: The first Avenger movie.  Lucky for us the nice people at Marvel decided to give us a sneak peak.

Source: The Mary Sue

Movie Mondays: R’ha

Hey Poppers it is Movie Monday and I have a short that I watch a few months ago before I started my movie Monday segment on my blog. Today’s short is R’ha. This was a one man project created by created by Kaleb Lechowski during the first year of his studies. Dave Masterson does the  voice acting and Hartmut Zeller the sound and music. This is a great example of what one person can do with talent and time. So sit back and enjoy.

First Impressions

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I first saw a write up and video on The Mary Sue about how we need a Wonder Woman movie and why we do not have one. I totally agree that we need a Wonder Woman movie and we need it soon before Hollywood decides that super hero movies are no longer a money maker. Well the next day The Mary Sue posted a video by directed by Leo Kei Angeleos, written by George H. Ruiz & Leo Kei Angelos, produced by George H Ruiz and original music by Glen Cheney.

First Impressions

This short film stars Hailey Bright, Chester See and Doug Jones

I love this short and unless you a male chauvinist you can not love this depiction of a strong female charactor. Actress Hailey Bright is AWESOME in the lead and I would to see her in a full length film version.

So watch this and you tell Hollywood to get off their asses and make a good treatment of Wonder Woman.

Source: The Mary Sue

Movie Monday: Sync-Episode 1

On my travel to find a movie for Monday I came across this web series, Snyc. It was under the sci-fi short search on YouTube and I was not to sure why. But after I watched it I understand the reason. I have to tell you this is by far one of the most interesting pieces I have come across. I want to explain the premise of the story but you have to watch it. The acting by the lead actor, Tanner Thomason was wonderful. Dircetors Sam Gorski, Niko Pueringer do a outstanding job. Also the story by Ira Parker is something I do not remember seeing anywhere else.  After doing some research I have found that there are 12 installments to the web series and I am going to go and watch the rest. I hope you will take the time to do so also.

So Poppers sit back and watch Snyc.