Illegal street racers take on the law in the world's most intense police chase! Sort of.
Special thanks to Rob and Big as well as the Need for Speed: Most Wanted team for making this video possible! The game comes out on 10/30, and it's made by Criterion, aka dudes who know what racing games are all about. Check out the trailer! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5guNcA_p6UM
Sound design by the dude who did sound design on the game itself Byron Bullock. Music by John Robert Matz ( http://johnrobertmatz.com/ )
Download the soundtrack! http://soundcloud.com/John-Robert-Matz/
The guy is so desperate to get away from the cops, that during this car chase, even after his wheels are shot, he continues to drive and high speeds on the rims, trying to get away.
Get Away In Stackholm a cool and fast car chase with the police.
Check out this amazing footage of a police car chasing a jeep that crashes into a house...
Sneak Peak: Making of Super Bowl XLI Commercial
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Stars in Budweiser Ad
With over 90 million viewers expected to tune in to this year's Super Bowl, advertisers are pulling out all the stops to make their campaign stand out. We were able to get a sneak peak at the making one of this year's humorous Budweiser ads, where the creative team known for creating "Bud Bowl," the "Whassup!" guys and the Budweiser frogs is bringing in NASCAR superstar Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a new spin on their spots.
For this year's ad called "Apocalypse," creators pulled out all the stops including fire-bombs, high-speed car chases, stunt jumps and helicopters to create a high-intensity, epic production. Shot near Lancaster, Calif., the scene is a barren desert depicting the end of the world. The four-time consecutive winner of NASCAR's Most Popular Driver award takes on an angry group of post-Apocalyptic mutants for his highly coveted Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch - the game's largest advertiser - has 5 minutes of commercial space this year. To prepare they spend months crafting ad concepts, and out of dozens of ideas, the company commissions more than 30 ads to be produced. Then the creative directors, producers, and director go to work to make ads that last for seconds - but have us talking for weeks.
Anheuser-Busch has been producing Super Bowl spots since 1975 - and last year won its 8th consecutive USA TODAY "Ad Meter" victory.
Produced for Anheuser-Busch
The final entry for my machinima series, The Sims Is About To Get Ugly.
After being lured into a trap by Richard, Amy is led into his house, that contains her abducted daughter. With both of his victims in place, Richard's plan goes into full swing as he seeks revenge. As a crowd of onlookers gather around the event, the tension rises, and as the awareness of what Richard is actually attempting to do, will he be able to make his getaway?
Please give this a view as it took literally months of hard work to produce. This was released a year after episode 2, taking much longer than the others due to its length and the difficulty of the final scene - the first sims machinima car chase scene.
A making of video for the car chase entitled "The Sims Is About To Get Ugly: The Influences" has also been submitted.
A bonus supplement to the recently released The Sims Is About To Get Ugly Epsiode 3. The final entry to the series, this installment contained a very different scene to anything I had done before - a climactic car chase. The chase was shot in a typical movie fashion (for The Sims 2 at least) and took over a month to shoot.
This movie is therefore a peek of some of the movie influences that I turned to in order to achieve this scene - a shot by shot comparison starting with the influenced movie chase shot compared with the shot that was filmed in The Sims 2. I must also mention that I only intentionally used a few of these movies for reference - the rest were all movie chase shots I found afterwards for this comparison.
BMW M5 VS BMW M Coupe car chase movie
Car chasing amazing Driving skill. police chase
Amazing car chase and car crash, this is my first stop motion movie, so it is not that great
This is the famous Allstate commercial filmed at the Marina Towers in Chicago. The two cars chase each other up the Marina Towers in Chicago and one of the guy drives off of the tower into the Chicago River! You've got to see this!
Movie-style car crash off the Marina Towers in Chicago. The two cars chase each other up the Marina Towers in Chicago and one of the guy drives off of the tower into the Chicago River! You've got to see this!
police car chasing another car"
Meep Meep. National Treasure 2 car chase scene where Ben Gates and Co. narrowly escape and the cops go Wile E. Coyote into a guardrail.
... and be in car chases.