In anticipation of the return of The Walking Dead (season six resumes on Sunday, February 14th), Mike Relm created an intense remix of the series. Join Mike’s Patreon to help him make even more great videos.
In late January, musician Davie504 performed a brilliant bass mashup that combined the funkiness of “Let’s Dance” by David Bowie with the defiant brashness of the Motörhead (Lemmy Kilmister) classic “Ace of Spades” resulting in a tribute worthy of both legendary men.
Here’s a little tribute to David Bowie and Lemmy Kilmister, I played and mixed the first song I’ve learnt from them: “Let’s Dance” and “Ace Of Spades”. Hope you’ll like it. R.I.P.
In the wonderful short film “Kubrick in Color“, filmmaker Marc Anthony Figueras captured how the iconic director used very specific colors to influence a scene, portray a character and evoke a particular emotion from viewers. Figueras got this idea after watching “Red” by Rishi Kaneria.
Rishi Kaneria put together a brilliant supercut based completely around Stanley Kubrick’s use of the color red. After seeing that, I wanted to create a display of the whole color spectrum through most of Kubrick’s films. I truly believe that color is one of the most powerful factors in someone’s psychological build. This video was solely made for the purpose of paying tribute to one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.
Batman (Ben Affleck) is “too old to die young” in the fourth trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The trailer also gives some more explanation about why Batman wants to v Superman (Henry Cavill) in the first place. It also gives new glimpses at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be released in theaters on March 25, 2016.
image via Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
When the eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge was replaced in 2013, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) needed a plan to responsibly disassemble and dismantle the older version of the span while taking the environment into account. Wired created a clever animation demonstrating how this tremendous task will be undertaken.
The Bay Bridge, which links San Francisco and Oakland, is being methodically dismantled, piece by incredibly heavy piece. Here’s how 2,500 ton truss supports will be removed.