Phantom Limb is my contribution to Late Night Work Club first anthology- Ghost Stories. latenightworkclub.com/
Making of — medium.com/@joyybox/1eef3f6d085f
For the most part It was me making this little fella, but I did get loads of late night help from the exceptionally talented friends in the credits below. Please find them, follow them, love them. They are all brilliant-
Written Directed and Animated by Alex Grigg
Additional Animation By Alexis Sudgen, James Hatley, Jean-Gui Culot, Jarrod Prince, Bill Northcott,
Backgrounds by Colin Bigelow with German Casado, Jason Pamment, Alex Grigg, Bjorn-Erik Aschim
Sound Design & Audio by Oswald Skillbard
Music Written and Performed by Kirsty Tickle and Jonathan Boulet,
Doctor Voiced by Clifford Hume,
Martha Voiced by Sarah Jones,
Compositing by - Ryan Kirby, Alex Grigg, Scott Benson
Digital Ink and Paint by - Rimon Bar, Alexis Sudgen, Jasper Parker Trenfield
Rosie Afford, Jake Armstrong, Greg Sharp, Ben Leon, Scott Benson, Bruce and Bronwyn Grigg,
Produced for Late Night Work Club
(c) Alex Grigg- 2013
Lena Dunham, Dana Brunetti, Casey Neistat, Ted Hope and Jason Blum shared some great tips for filmmakers at SXSW 2014.(via futureoffilm)
|—||Gabrielle Chanel (via gothamred)|
Today, 3d of January, was born a great man.
Magnificent writer, who has created an amazing world called Arda.
Kind father, splendid teacher.
He will be remembered forever.
Happy Birthday, J.R.R. Tolkien.
Thank you for warmth, that you gave us with your books.
Thank you for heroes, that make our life better.
The shit that makes relationships last.
(Could be altered to be best friend dates in a jar)
I used big popsicle sticks and spray painted them different colors. Each color represents a different type of date (and each color is explained on the tag) and the white sticks were used as fillers.
Red sticks have more expensive dates on them that require planning on our part.
- Bed and Breakfast
- Dinner at a fancy restaurant
- Hotel stay for the night
- Auburn home game and away game
- Concert and dinner (his choice)
- Concert and dinner (my choice)
- Weekend away
- Coupes Massage
Dark pink sticks have “at home” dates:
- Chopped Challenge (like the television show on FoodNetwork)
- Fondue and Almost Famous
- Takeout and board games
- 1,000 piece puzzle and pizza
- Football game and nachos
- Popcorn and a chick-flick
- Crosswords and breakfast for dinner
- Make a dessert together
- Friday Night Lights marathon
- Homemade pizzas and an Italian movie
Light Pink dates have things we can do away from home but are less expensive than the red and don’t require as much planning.
- Dinner and a movie (my choice and his choice)
- Laser tag and go carts
- Mexican night at Cocina Superior
- Drive-In date
- Dessert only date
- Window shopping for the house
- The Melting Pot
- Coffee Date
let’s do this shit
If I ever start dating again I am going to do this.
Lets get it Ray!
Netflix Movie Review!
Tonight I stumbled upon a film called “Videogame High School.” The Netflix user rating gave this movie four stars, so my curiosity was peaked.
This movie almost has everything I would ask for in a film, there’s action, romance, and excellent special effects. The only thing that I found lacking was the script. There are moments where I was blown away by the writing, when only two seconds later I would find myself drowning in a pool of awkward.
So the story starts off with a teenager and his group of friends playing video games. And through a series of completely relatable coincidences, he ends up owning the highest ranked FPS student in the VGHS. Days later he is offered a place to attend the Video Game High School, thus begins the journey for the next two hours of your life (if you can make it past all of the awkwardness).
What I loved the most about this movie is that it had a Top Gun feel to it throughout it’s two hours and fourty minute span, and the nostalgia. Oh my word the nostalgia.
Video games were a huge part of my childhood, so huge that I actually thought to myself, “What if there were a school where all that I learned was how to play videogames?” And here is my answer.
So if you played videogames in your youth and want a good nostalgia trip, I would highly recommend this movie to you. I understand why this film recieved 4/5 stars. Although situations got uncomfortable at times, the other elements just work beautifully.
Just for the record, this is my first written movie review.. ever. Thanks for reading!