Footage from what’s most probably the opening sequence of the upcoming beat ’em up Asura’s Wrath. It does look like it’s similar to God of War gameplay-wise, with absurd finishers and QTEs.
Frenetic Arts’ documentary takes us inside the mind and the craft of stop-motion animation maestro Phil Tippett, whose work has been seen in movies like Star Wars: A New Hope, Robocop, Jurassic Park, and Starship Troopers, along with his epic passion project Mad God.
This award-winning animated short film from a team of Supinfocom (now Rubika) graduates tells the story of two brothers who become rulers of a pair of islands, trusted with the task of maintaining status quo by the gods. But then one day, something unexpected comes along to throw off the requisite symmetry.
Being forced to review the godawful looking Fifty Shades Freed throws The Onion film critic Peter K. Rosenthal into a serious existential crisis and downward spiral. The best part of this “review” is how little actual footage from the film you’ll be subjected to.
God & Famous’ Faux Pas is made of highly reflective Italian fabric. It also has a 3M Scotchlite strip at the back so you’ll still be visible under low light. It’s also incredibly light, windproof, water-resistant and will keep you warm even when it’s 35ºF out.
Great Big Story spent some time with stop-motion animator Phil Tippett, who worked on films like Star Wars, RoboCop, and Jurassic Park. For the last 30+ years, Phil has also been working on his passion project, Mad God, a film which he acknowledges he may never finish.
“I had no father. I was brought to life by Zeus.” “…well that’s neat.” An invincible but sheltered demigoddess, Princess Diana’s long life takes a profound turn when she learns of a Great War that could end mankind. Directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster). Drops 6/2/17.
“I swear to god, if my parents make me plan this party like I’m a poor person, I will lose my sh*t. My sh*t will be lost.” Bryan Cranston and Jimmy Kimmel Live! found the thin line between offensive and awkward and straddled it for over 15 minutes in this instant classic.
The largest official LEGO AT-AT kit you can buy measures has about 1,100 pieces. Peter “Cavegod” Brookdale’s design uses over 6,000 bricks and is enormous. Charlie Goldberg of BrickVault acquired all the parts to replicate the giant walker, and recorded the build process.