An animation of a famous dialogue between Dracula and Richter Belmont from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, except the script was re-written by a collection of fans attempting to recite it in a Discord chat.
I wish I could get out of my head and simply use this blog as a repository of items that make me feel frisson.
This video’s a stellar, absorbing experience!
Sorry it’s all games on the blog lately, but it’s 2021: games are the only art left.
Jump in for the trick shot; stay for the concise explainer with cute lil’ custom graphics.
Some people hold mock arguments while they shower or when they drive.
I picture myself unleashing these many options on my foes.
Mr. Bones for the Zoomers. I was laughing out loud for 70% of this video. Out loud.
Hoo boy. The song ushering in the end of reality.
Great to pair with the below vid. This looks stellar and was probably so easy to make. One warehouse, five dancers, three sets, six cars, CGI, done. We’re lucky to live in an era where the basic music videos are still stunning to watch. Song’s hyphy too.
I saw this video when it first came out, but I’m not sure why I didn’t lock into my brain at the time. This homage to HelixSnake’s legendary Skate videos is an ironclad example of music video pacing. I’ve said it once, I’ll say it a million times: start with a concept and narrative, expanding both until an overwhelming climax– turn the knob from 1 to 10… And then jump it to 20 in the last half-minute.
Jump it like a skateboard jumping the city.