Punch Studio

18 Apr 19
Sound Books

It was a simple and brilliant proposition. If one short film can pack a punch, tell a powerful original story, then a feature-length program of five-minute shorts can contain multitudes. It was 1989 and Rina Fraticelli and her colleagues at Studio D were seeking ways to commemorate two important simultaneous events  — Studio D’s 15th […]

18 Apr 19
Inceptive Mind

We always watched in the movies a gun being fired and the bullet travels to the target at a slow speed. Then, a bottle being smashed on the head of the villain, blood splatters all over- all these actions happen slowly. Well, all these and more high-speed action sequences are filmed at super-high speeds using […]

18 Apr 19
Building Our Own Nashville

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH JOIN FORCES WITH BRIAN MAY OF QUEEN BRANTLEY GILBERT & KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD TO RELEASE ‘BLUE ON BLACK’ WATCH HERE ARTISTS TO DONATE ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SONG TO THE GARY SINISE FOUNDATION IN SUPPORT OF FIRST RESPONDERS The multi-platinum rock group Five Finger Death Punch has teamed up with the […]

18 Apr 19
Archy news nety

TSurface Studio 2 is the beautiful all-in-one all-in-one desktop computer from Microsoft, totally different from anything else on the market. But then it should be with prices starting at over £ 3,500. It is clear that Surface Studio 2 is not a normal computer. Its stunning 28-inch pixel-dense screen seems to float, effortlessly held by […]

18 Apr 19
Entertainment Junkie Blog

Final Fantasy VII was released for the Sony PlayStation in 1997 and was later re-released for PCs, mobile phones, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The seventh Final Fantasy takes place in the world of Gaia. The planet’s life force, the Lifestream, is a flow of spiritual energy that gives the world life, but […]

18 Apr 19
Skills For Solution

At first, the idea of using porcupine quills to patch up wounds sounds torturous. But, taking inspiration from the spiky rodent, researchers have begun to work on a new type of surgical staple that may be less damaging — and less painful — than current staples. Worldwide, surgeons perform more than 4 million operations annually, […]

17 Apr 19
My Nintendo News

If you want to view paradise, simply look around and view it. There’s a world of pure imagination out there, and it all starts with a virtual spin in Labo VR. Between watching physics unfold at your feet to games that defy gravity, Nintendo’s latest venture into VR is thankfully much better than its first. […]

17 Apr 19
Aldael's Attic

Hey! Long time no see. Who are you, you may ask? Well, yeah, it really has been a long time, unfortunately. So yeah, I’m just a dude, struggling to find enough the most precious resource in the world – time. So yeah, what has been going on? What am I up to? I always thought […]

17 Apr 19
Robert Downs Photography Blog

By Robert Downs   It’s late January of 2019 and like most artists, I have begun to rethink why the hell I got into this business in the first place. In my escape state of mind, I start to think about the best job I ever had (besides photography) and how could I return to […]

17 Apr 19
The All Scene Eye

Celeste Tauchar spent her first few years out of music school playing keys on tour with electropop band Frenship and making inroads in the L.A. co-writing scene, but it was only a matter of time before the lifelong songwriter started to make a mark of her own. Taking on the stage name talker, she released […]

17 Apr 19
Variety

Seen by many, yet rarely remembered, video game trailers are an unheralded intersection between canny craft and glitzy marketing. For all the careful creativity that shines through every frame of their short runtimes, these pieces of vital promotion are typically remarked upon only when they do something “wrong” in the eyes of fickle fans. But […]

17 Apr 19
Yuki The Snowman

From spending 40-45 hours a week cosplaying as a stable adult at my job for drug and alcohol money (for both anime con partying and to deal with life), to working with my homeboy The TV Guru on our new podcast The Swarthy Nerds Podcast, to reading books on how strengthen my troll game against […]

17 Apr 19
a minority of one

A slightly empty, rushed Stephen King adaptation, Pet Sematary suffers from a lack of depth (and an awful marketing campaign), feeling a bit of a wasted opportunity. Doctor Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) moves his family away from Boston to the Maine countryside, and everything initially seems idyllic for him, wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and children Ellie […]

17 Apr 19
Senses Working Overtime

XTC were a formidable and creative musical entity throughout their career, placing emphasis on creativity, quality, and honesty of feeling and expression. In terms of rock music there was no one else quite like them: they could write songs of such tenderness they would make your heart ache; or of such brutality you wanted to […]

17 Apr 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Pioneering artist’s hit series was one of Hayao Miyazaki’s first directing jobs. The manga industry has lost one of its most influential and beloved members with the passing of Kazuhiko Kato. That name might not ring any bells even among long-time anime manga fans, though, since Kato was published under his pen name, Monkey Punch. […]