As you'll see all over the internet today, here's a short time-lapse made by a filmmaking father who filmed his daughter, Lotte, once a week from her birth until her twelfth birthday. It's an interesting study of the slow but steady changes the body makes as it progresses from babyhood to adolescence. Plus, if this adolescent girl ends up becoming future Earth's mortal enemy, this video is probably our best hope of finding her inherent weaknesses. Study it well, but please, not in a creepy way.
Like the last viral video for Prometheus, this latest video focuses on Michael Fassbender's David, a "cybernetic individual" designed to nearly indistinguishable from mankind. This time, the viral runs like a full promotional video for the David product, freeing Fassbender from... / Continue →
After the breakout success of their quickly-spread "this movie is mediocre to bad and, amazingly, needs more Channing Tatum" campaign, Paramount has begun an all-new viral marketing game for their long-delayed G.I. Joe: Retaliation. As you can see from the above banner, this on... / Continue →
Remember C, that sci-fi short that was in need of crowd funding to make cool little shapeships and old-school effects? Well, it got the funding, and as promised, the filmmakers used that money to made their cool little spaceships, and they're giving the now-finished film an onl... / Continue →