stop motion

LEGO Jurassic World: Little Arms, Big Feet

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LEGO Groot, Hodor, and Chewbacca: “No One Understands”

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Okay, this is pretty f’ing cool.

Lego Thor Stop motion: Brother’s fight

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I can’t tell you how much I love the fact that Batman’s nameless villains include Shaggy and Spock.

Batman Stop Motion Intro (1966) via Topless Robot

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Castlevania in LEGO form. Okay, so it’s a little long at 146 minutes (and in a foreign language), but this is pretty impressive and worth it for the opening shot (00:00:20) alone.

KastleVania 4 – Vanian Legenda (2012) full 146min movie in LEGO via The Brothers Brick

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ParaNorman

by Cap'n Carrot on August 17, 2012 · 0 comments

in Film

ParaNorman is a creepy kids film with a nice message delivered with about as much subtlety as a kick to the groin. Written and co-directed by Chris Butler, ParaNorman takes a simple premise about a boy who can see dead people and a town under a witch’s curse, and weighs it down with heavy issues and themes such as the effects of bullying and mob rule. Although Butler never loses the audience, he lacks the skill to continually keep the film interesting and entertaining while at the same time beating the audience over the head with its message.

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Check is impressive, if a bit creepy, stop motion Batman fan film from Hong Kong based directors Derek Kwok and Henri Wong.

BATMAN : DARK KNIGHTFALL (HD full version)

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No Noodles

by Cap'n Carrot on July 3, 2012 · 0 comments

in Short Film

Tyler Nicolson offers up this stop motion short film to show what’s really going on in your bowl of noodles when you aren’t looking.

No Noodles

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Here’s Cincinnati indie rock band Hello Mayday with the official video for “Lost At Sea” featuring the rather sad stop motion misadventures of a stuffed rabbit.

Hello Mayday – “Lost At Sea”

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From Marcel Schindler and Hagen Reiling comes this stop motion video of Ernst Hemmingway’s The Old Man and the Sea.

the old man and the sea via Likecool

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