Mario Bross: "In the hell of my head" Video
Orgone's "Straight to Hell" video was filmed in 35MM in the Colosseum Arena of Mexico City.
Three backpackers head to a Slovakian city that promises to meet their hedonistic expectations, with no idea of the hell that awaits them.
Featuring fierce rivalry, stopwatch suspense, and larger-than-life personalities, "Murderball", winner of the Documentary Audience Award and a Special Jury Prize for Editing at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, is a film about tough, highly competitive rugby players. Quadriplegic rugby players. Whether by car wreck, fist fight, gun shot, or rogue bacteria, these men were forced to live life sitting down. In their own version of the full-contact sport, they smash the hell out of each other in custom-made gladiator-like wheelchairs. And, no, they don't wear helmets. From the gyms of middle America to the Olympic arena in Athens, Greece, "Murderball" tells the story of a group of world-class athletes unlike any ever shown on screen. In addition to smashing chairs, it will smash every stereotype you ever had about the disabled. It is a film about family, revenge, honor, sex (yes, they can) and the triumph of love over loss. But most of all, it is a film about standing up, even after your spirit - and your spine - has been crushed.
In the Spring of 1999, the action unit of the James Bond film "The World Is Not Enough," descended upon London and set the River Thames ablaze with action and stunts.
Mr Riff "The Boogie Man" filmed at the 2005 International Laxey Blues Festival. The movie is taken from the Dvd "The Boogie Man". www.mrriff.com
Cadillac gives Ford SYNC hell
Five animated films from Pocket Shorts UK show there may be more\r\nlife in your cell phone than you thought. A stressed smiley face finds\r\nitself trapped in Cellular Hell in Leo Earle and Philip Walker's\r\n"Release," while Ellie Weir's "Gremlin" wreaks havoc. Featured in the\r\n2006 San Francisco International Film Festival.
Mario must collect stickers for battle in the first Paper Mario game for the 3DS.
This week, the Crave team reveals their favorite Super Mario Brothers-themed lighting fixture, along with a $50 solution for adding sound effects to your doorbell. Japan offers up an off-the-grid vending machine and a rice cooker that commincates with your smartphone. Crave's most dedicated Star Wars fan shows off his tattoos. And in Geek News, Eric discusses (no spoilers) the controversy surrounding the Mass Effect 3 ending, and shows off the trailer for a new space horror film, Prometheus.