Short Film

After being challenged by a rival school, the kids at Shorewood High School decided to find out.

Shorewood Lip Dub

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Albert Arizza’s short film Energy Hunter features the survivors of the dying human race searching across the solar system for clean energy in the late 38th Century.

ENERGY HUNTER

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From Cokelogic Films comes this little animated short about a group of disgruntled Christmas carolers who aren’t leaving until they get what they want.

Hostile Carolers

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The times are a changing. Not sure ’bout all this new fangled technology and that there Internet socializing? (Ain’t that somethin’ that them Commies do?) Well then, here’s a little you should know:

Did You Know: Social Media

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This Christmas, the Grinch isn’t just stealing presents. Team Tiger Awesome says “Happy Holidays!” by sharing something that you just can’t un-see: How the Grinch Touched Christmas! Since the Grinch is presented as a sex offender in the video, as you might guess, this one lands on the NSFW side of safe viewing, but it is worth a look.

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Hand-drawn with an obvious love for each character, this little vid gives us Pac-Man vs. Mario. Trust us, it’s worth a good long look by anyone who has played either game (and if you haven’t what the hell is wrong with you?).

Марио против Пакмэна

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More Muppets holiday cheer.

The Muppets: Ringing of the Bells

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Alma

by alphamonkey on December 21, 2009

in Short Film,Uncategorized

If you’ve got five-minutes or so may I suggest taking a look at this award-winning animated short by Pixar animator Rodrigo Blaas. You can find more about the project at the official site.

Alma

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Hero of Time

by alphamonkey on December 15, 2009

in Short Film,Uncategorized

Hero of Time is a feature-length Legend of Zelda fan-film. While I salute the passion in such and undertaking, and admit to loving me some classic Zelda, you’ll have to be much more dedicated than I to make it all the way through the 108-minute running time. Or you could just go back to watching your DVR’d season of that similar fan-series Legend of the Seeker instead. (What, that one is done “professionally”? Huh, who knew?)

Zelda Movie: The Hero of Time

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Are you excited about James Cameron’s highly anticipated super-special “something 3-D” new flick Avatar? Our pals over at Team Tiger Awesome sure are, and they’re ready to show you why.

Avatar’d

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