Here is the Screen Rant fan trailer for an Avengers VS Transformer movie! (The Avengers, Transformers, and more!)
The guys over at FilmCow have a heavy workload and being bust is a good thing, outsourcing on the other hand can be a mixed bag.
The Simpsons are known for their Couch Gags at the beginning of each episode dating back to their first season in the 80’s. Don Hertzfeldt is known for his eccentric animations he’s been doing for a while such as Rejected (linked here with text commentary from Don) and Ah L’amour. These things combine into something that is just delightfully bizarre. As a random note too, in the 27 seasons of The Simpsons, it also turns out to be the longest couch gag time-wise. So thank you Don, for making millions of people tilt their head in confusion at the same time, which should hopefully be another record set by this video clip.
Hit the jump for the video, you’re going to need to see it to believe it.
Love ponies or hate ponies this is the video for you. Lesley the Pony is just looking to have a fun time in Merryville with his buddy the Duke. This video was made by Christian Larrave and was recently the RISD Junior project and Winner of Best Undergraduate Animation at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
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Enter: Albert the Squirrel. In this short story, “The Missing Scarf“, Albert the Squirrel must find, you guessed it, his missing scarf. Through his travels, however, it seems he’s not the only one with a problem. Written, directed and animated by Eoin Duffy and narrated by the great George Takei, we give you: “The Missing Scarf“.
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This is a short animated film by Steve Cutts, and is the current Staff Pick on Vimeo. Here we get to take a peek into the lives of cartoon characters from yesteryear, and overall I would say it isn’t pretty. The job market and bad economy doesn’t just affect us real folks. Most of the toons have fallen on hard times, and none more so than Roger and Jessica.
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This is another video from the from the Scientifically Accurate series, this time taking on our beloved childhood cartoon The Rescue Rangers (and more specifically the chipmunks Chip and Dale). Personally I was disillusioned about how smart and wiley chipmunks could be long before this video came out. Hell, when I started driving it seemed like every chipmunk I encountered wanted to take a quick breather under the treads of my car. Little bastards are spastic as fuck, but that’s not really here or there.
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