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Watch The New PUBG Short Film Directed By Jordan Vogt-Roberts

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, AKA PUBG, for PS4 announced last month is officially available today, December 7, 2018. To mark this occasion, PUBG has called upon director of Kong: Skull Island and upcoming Metal Gear Solid movie, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, to make short film which it calls PUBG Official Playstation 4 Launch – Pan-demonium Trailer. Continue reading Watch The New PUBG Short Film Directed By Jordan Vogt-Roberts

Oscar Is Modular, Lab-created ‘Human’ And We Are Glad It Isn’t Real

Today we want to share a disturbing look into the future of biotechnology or as some would call it, bio-hack. However, before run away in fear (or disgust), you have to know that it isn’t real. And to be honest, we thank god it isn’t. Anyways, the thing we want to tell you about is Project Oscar: The Modular Body. Noticed we put them in Italic? That’s because it was a fictional creation, a 56-video series about a disturbing project which involved 3D-printed modular body that can snap together like LEGO elements and powered by a battery pack. Continue reading Oscar Is Modular, Lab-created ‘Human’ And We Are Glad It Isn’t Real

Batman As A Ninja Is Totally The Right Thing To Do

Ninja was a covert agent (but more like mercenary, really) in feudal Japan who have been depicted in numerous movies and TV series. On screens, ninja are often depicted as skilled, elusive, and stealthy force, who are often loaded with gadgets and does disappearing act. In some way, Batman is very similar to a ninja and therefore, it kind of make sense for Warner Bros. Japan to come up with an animated feature called Batman Ninja. Yep. That’s right. The Bat has gone Japanese. Though we are not sure if the Bat will be played by a Japanese version of Bruce Wayne, or it is just Wayne-san in medieval Japan, as a ninja. Continue reading Batman As A Ninja Is Totally The Right Thing To Do

Godzilla: Monster Planet To Release In November And We Can’t Hardly Wait

If you have not heard, there’s a new Godzilla movie, but this time round, it will be in animation form – Japanese anime, to be precise. Perhaps the most exciting part for fans of all things sci-fi/robots is, Izmojuki is involved in the production of the movie as the mechanic design assistance. The film, titled Godzilla: Monster Planet, is voiced by Mamoru Miyano, Kana Hanazawa, Tomokazu Sugita, Yuki Kaji, Junchi Suwabe, as well as Takahiro Sakurai – all whom I have no idea who they are. But who cares right? They will be just voice-acting and this being a Godzilla movie, Godzilla is what matters and obviously, those machines they will be turning out to deal with the radioactive monstrosity. Continue reading Godzilla: Monster Planet To Release In November And We Can’t Hardly Wait

The Emotion Is Strong With This Fan-made Stormtrooper Short

Stormtroopers are essential elements to any Star Wars movies, but it was not until Star Wars: The Force Awakens that viewers were offered a glimpse of what it would be like to be an Imperial trooper. Beneath its cool, white armor is a living, breathing person who feels and thinks like everyone else, and that person probably have bills to pay and love ones to return too. However, that was as far as we are in touch with this iconic trooper and we don’t think Disney, or Lucas Film for that matter, will want to deal further into these characters. After all, heavy emotional drama does not mix quite well with sci-fi theme, do they? Also, I am sure most fans won’t be looking forward Continue reading The Emotion Is Strong With This Fan-made Stormtrooper Short

Original DeLorean Time Machine Restored, Made into a Documentary

If restoration shows are porn to you and you also happen to be a huge Back to the Future, then we bet you will be thrilled that Universal Studios has collaborated with a bunch of BTTF fans with “knowledge, passion and the obsessive attention to detail” to save the original 1985 DeLorean Time Machine. Yes. That was Doc’s ride that took Marty McFly back to the past, into the future, and into the gunslinger era and they are in the process of making a documentary covering every aspect of the restoration work like any great restoration shows do. Restoration-loving, cable fanatics will know what we are talking about. The elements familiar to reality shows should be expected, which includes success, setbacks and possibly, some doses of resentment in the team (though we are not sure of the latter. It’s speculation on our part). Continue reading Original DeLorean Time Machine Restored, Made into a Documentary

If You Love FPS Games, You May Like This Dizzying 100% POV Sci-Fi Action Movie

First Person Shooter or FPS is not for everyone. Not because of the genre, but Point of View (POV) can sometime induce dizziness and even cause a person to throw up. So if you belong to that group, then Hardcore is probably not for you, but for everyone else who loves a little bit of first person sci-fi action, then look forward to the aforementioned flick coming to your way in 2015. Billed as the first ever action POV feature film, Hardcore is a sci-fi adventure movie starring South Africa producer, actor and director Sharito Copley (most notable for his role in Neil Blomkamp’s District 9) and created by BitingElbows‘s Ilya Naishuller who’ve made quite a sensation with his POV short film/music video Bad Motherf*#ker (clearly, NSFW. You’ve been warned) on YouTube. Continue reading If You Love FPS Games, You May Like This Dizzying 100% POV Sci-Fi Action Movie

Johnny Express – An Animated Short Film About The Laziest Space Delivery Man

it has been a while since we last hit you guys up with short films and so here’s one that we think that’s worth every seconds of the five minutes of your life. titled ‘Johnny Express‘, the short sci-fi (yes, of course, it is sci-fi) follows a super lazy interplanetary delivery man on one of his delivery trip (who also used to be the Best Delivery Man Of 2150) and how he, due to his incompetence, managed to fail the delivery and also in the process, annihilates an entire alien race. if you love well crafted animation and love comic stuff, you really shouldn’t miss Johnny Express. there is little plot to talk about for something that’s just a little over five minutes long, but all we can say is, it is simply hilariously entertaining. created by a dude by the name of Kyungmin Woo of Alfred Imageworks, a CG animation and motion graphics outfit based in South Korea. check out the video after the fold. Continue reading Johnny Express – An Animated Short Film About The Laziest Space Delivery Man

First Feature Film by Wong Fu Productions

we feel kind of compelled to feature this, because we are huge fans of California-based Wong Fu Productions and we, like the 2 million or so subscribers on YouTube, appreciate their works in short films, sketches, music videos et cetera. so when the trio, Philip, Ted and Wesley, announced that they are making a feature film, it is only natural that we want to see it materialize. the yet to be named feature will involved Wong Fu’s trademark funny moments, emotional drama and well… relatable themes. for those who have been following the trio’s works will know that these guys are dead serious about what they do and that’s to entertain with quality and value. as for the story… we thought it is best to hear from the horse’s mouth, so hit the jump for a summary of the story. Continue reading First Feature Film by Wong Fu Productions

JUNK HEAD 1 – A Stop-Motion Animated Film

animated or not, we considered ourselves as serious sci-fi addicts. if you as big a fan as us for such genre of film, then you shouldn’t miss this epic stop-motion animated film created by one Takahide Hori. and when we said “don’t miss it”, we seriously mean don’t miss it. the JUNK HEAD 1, as the film was called, was set in a distant future, where the human race, struck by some ancient virus, was dwindling in numbers which was made worst by the race’s inability to reproduce. so naturally, humans were genetically enhanced to live longer, and clones were created to help supplement the workforce, which lead to an eventual conflict between the clones and their master. anyway, we thought the storyline, though by no means refreshing, was pretty awesome and the cinematography is certainly pretty spell-binding. Continue reading JUNK HEAD 1 – A Stop-Motion Animated Film