You don’t have to be a fan of Fallout to dig the exploits of some schmuck, a ghoul and a former sex slave. But it doesn’t hurt.
Portal has had more fan flicks, mash-ups and spoofs than just about any game in recent memory. So how about one more, very well made short film to top off that plate of Portal goodness?
That’s 1,500 photos, 500 people and one accordion in this Israeli stop-motion that’s a video within a video. So you’re actually getting two videos in one here. Nice.
It looks just as good as the real deal, which is saying something, since it’s one of the few decent game to film franchises. Hopefully it actually gets made!
I think what we can all learn from this animated short is simple: banana peels and butterflies are trouble, and it’s best to stay far away from them.
Dubstep and shoot’em up, blow’em up action may not seem like the most likely of fusions, but it actually works surprisingly well. World, meet the Drop Squad.
This cool little short from NYC’s Animation Block Party Film Festival takes the standard pinball machine and gives it a real life makeover. Full tilt all the way!
While it may look all shiny and modern today, the action is very much an old school, NES state of mind.
Check out this movie snack bar advertisement that starts out with a wholesome retro feel, but soon descends into something of a Stanley Kubrick-ish hell ride.
Here’s your fix of nostalgia for the day: a classic rendition of The Flintstones done in stop motion. It’s good to see Fred’s still got that killer bowling arm.
I’m not going to try and explain this animated short too much, let’s just say this dude is really pissed off at a pinata and his entire body happens to be a fist. You could say he’s got anger issues.