I have been following the development of, and anticipating the release of, The Underwater Realm (Facebook page) ever since they started and subsequently overshot their Kickstarter by $40K! It was a great idea, to film nearly the entire movie underwater and to showcase 5 separate but related stories about humans contact with the civilization of . . . → Read More: The Underwater Realm
This weekend, I saw all the Oscar-nominated animated short films, cause I am nerdy like that. The Lost Thing was my very very favorite, not least because it featured a tentacled cephalo-steampunk Thing. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdoFqYCPLEU#
Over at MoviesOnline a post is up listing the 10 best ‘It came from the deep sea’ monster movies. I am not sure I agree with the list. Where is Mega Shark and Giant Octopus? What about MEG? So readers what are your favorites? Please provide a Youtube link to a trailer or movie clip . . . → Read More: 10 Best ‘It Came From the Deep Sea’ Monster Movies
CreatureCast Episode 1 from Casey Dunn on Vimeo. Hat tip to Pharyngula. Like PZ said, “This is communicating science”. Well done on the part of the Dunn Lab at Brown University. Make sure you visit CreatureCast and sign up for their RSS feed! . . . → Read More: TGIF: Color Me Squid
Apparently you can watch the whole original (1950 era) movie at Youtube. Its teh awesum.
Yes, this will be liveblogged as soon as it comes out in video. There is nothing wrong with a B-movie that knows it’s a B-movie. More importantly, there could possibly be nothing horrible about a movie with a GIANT OCTOPUS in it. It’s a known fact. (I am ignoring the fact that Lorenzo Lamas . . . → Read More: In Which the Universe Overheats From a Supernova of Awesomeness
Disney not happy with the truckloads of cash they already carting away on daily basis are remaking the old classic. I am sure its going to be wonderful and I can hardly wait. The film, called 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo, is an origin story of Nemo as he creates the Nautilus. In . . . → Read More: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 2.0
Yeeeeeeehawwwwww! I just need a pair of cowboy boots and big belt buckle with a dolphin on it.
ScienCentral is offering exclusive footage and interviews from the upcoming IMAX 3D production “Under the Sea 3D” featuring cinematography’s sweethearts Michelle and Howard Hall talking about what it’s like to work with a 1200 lb. camera that shoots 3 minutes of film. . . . → Read More: Perils of shooting IMAX underwater