This cute little bear usually sells ringtones but he's much more fun when he is EXPLODING into blobs of green goo! We had a lot of requests for this one including one from ANDYCAMSHITS so to thank him for the claymation video we made this one up. And amazingly i think we made the Gummy Bear cuter than he was before!!! Enjoy.
Awesome claymation film showcasing how Lenovo ThinkCentre helps cut the clutter of the desktop. Save upto 70% on space with the Lenovo ThinkCentre
a claymation film about how my diet coke addiction effects me
a claymation version of the relationships in Woody Allen's Manhattan. made for a topics in cinema; Woody Allen class.
This might just be my best work yet. It's got more lulz, footage AND it features my voice for the first time since my claymation Harry Perry Winkle!
This is my list of my ten least favourite and hated video game characters of all time. Remember that this is my opinion, so please respect that- I may hate characters you like and I may like characters you hate. So save your breath and don't write things like "WHERE'S (insert character here) ? YOU SUCK". This is my opinion, and these characters are only from games I've played, so don't tell me how to make my list. This was INSANELY hard to make. Respect that.
Regardless, I hope you enjoy this video!
Pelagia (the 12th Colossus)
Edward Chris von Muir
NOTE: Yes, this list has a few similarities with joshscorcher's list. For one, we're YouTube associates and we have similar opinions, hence why our lists appear similar in general - not just this one.
Count Vargner a 300 year old vampire tells his tale of love, blood and tragedy in this claymation of forbidden love.
*******www.innovativecommunications.tv Back for some more stoner laughs, it’s time for “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas”. I’m Keith Kelly. My review-coming up right now.
We first met odd couple buddies Harold and Kumar in their weed inspired quest to pig out on White Castle hamburgers. It was a hilariously outrageous romp, a sort of multi-cultural Cheech and Chong meets the 21st century, and it helped reinvent Neil Patrick Harris as a comedy bad boy. Next up, they were mistaken for terrorists and sent to Guantanemo Bay. I never got around to seeing that one-but the word on the street was-not as good as the first.
Their latest adventure is a raunchy 3D Christmas tale, which tries really hard to be one of the funniest and most shocking holiday films ever made. Unfortunately, it’s a mostly lackluster escapade. Harold and Kumar have both moved on in their lives, and are no longer best buds. Harold is married, hard working and successful-and has laid off the pot. Kumar is fatter, still lazy, and still stoned. A mysterious Christmas gift reunites them, leading to a search for the perfect Christmas tree. Another crazy, madcap night ensues.
There are lots of raunchy comedic set-ups in this film-a drugged 2 year old, a spoof on the Claymation holiday classics, a painful parody of a scene from “A Christmas Story”, and a musical number featuring Neal Patrick Harris and the boys-but none of them really deliver the belly laughs as they should. Lots of smiles, one “laugh out loud” moment-but not a continuous laugh riot. It’s a shame, because Cho and Penn have great chemistry together, and the supporting cast is filled with some funny people. But the wacky charm of the first film is just not there. The running gags drag on too long and don’t fully deliver. I’m not saying this is a horrible comedy- but maybe you need to imbibe like Harold and Kumar to fully get the most out of this latest entry. You do need to see the film in 3D to take advantage of some of the sight gags-like pot smoke rings blown into 3D space, or cocaine floating in slow-motion like snow flakes-but otherwise it’s a “wait for the DVD” kind of movie. I give “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas” directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson, a grade of “C+”. I’m Keith Kelly.
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For those wondering, This is a claymation parody of an actual movie (With real people not cats, mind you) of the same name The Raid: Redemption. It's an Indonesian action movie.
The ABCs of Death is perhaps the most ambitious anthology film ever conceived with productions spanning fifteen countries and featuring segments directed by over two dozen of the world's leading talents in contemporary genre film, including the directors of House of the Devil, Hobo with a Shotgun, A Serbian Film, Tokyo Gore Police, You're Next & four British Directors - Ben Wheatley (Sightseers), Simon Rumley (Red, White & Blue), Jake West (Doghouse) & Leeds based Lee Hardcastle, who with his claymation short, won a competition to be the final Director. Inspired by children's educational books, the motion picture is comprised of twenty-six individual chapters, each helmed by a different director assigned a letter of the alphabet. The directors were then given free rein in choosing a word to create a story involving death.
Crazy Chicken: Director’s Cut 3D review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Crazy Chicken: Director’s Cut 3D on the eShop for the Nintendo 3DS developed and published by Teyon. Lights, camera…chickens! Teyon’s peculiar poultry are back on the Nintendo 3DS in another fun shooter. Crazy Chicken: Director’s Cut 3D is a gallery-style shooter in which players must shoot chickens who are shooting a movie. The game features two galleries, each a different film set filled with hilarious visual gags and Hollywood parodies. With a limited amount of ammunition, players must meet certain requirements before progressing to the next stage. Chickens further in the distance are worth more points, but will take a very precise tap to bring down. The Crazy Chickens series is known for the charming look of its chickens, which almost have a claymation-like appearance. It’s as if Will Vinton designed a 3DS game! Crazy Chicken: Director’s Cut 3D is a single-player game. This video review features video gameplay footage of Crazy Chicken: Director’s Cut 3D on the eShop for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Claymation Adventure Game PAX East 2017