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Budweiser “Brotherhood”

Brotherhood Budweiser's Clydesdale

  Budweiser’s Brotherhood game day commercial has emerged as the leading branded commercial from Super Bowl 2013. Measured by both views and shares, accessible via YouTube’s trend dashboard, the heartwarming production has scored 9,202,244 views and according to the Viral Video Chart powered by Unruly, The Budweiser Clydesdale commercial, Brotherhood, has received over ... Read More »

Sunny Side | Volkswagen Superbowl Teaser

Sunny Side Volkswagen Superbowl Teaser

Volkswagen became the Superbowl legends after their pint-sized Darth Vader became 2011’s most-watched video, and their 2012 teaser The Bark Side likewise achieved viral status. Their game day offering, The Dog Strikes Back was a bit of anti-climax, however, it hasn’t stopped them being seen as the undisputed viral masters. ... Read More »

Django Unchained

Django Unchained review

Django Unchained is the long-awaited return of Quentin Tarantino,  After an uninspiring run of movies, Django is paradoxically uncharacteristic of previous Tarantino movies, and at the same time, a brutal return to form and perhaps his best work since Pulp Fiction. You are in for one hell for a ride. To clarify, Django ... Read More »

Shugo Tokumaru | Katachi

Shugo Tokumaru Katachi

It’s with great pleasure that we feature this video from Japanese artist Shugo Tokumaru (トクマルシューゴ) and his track Katachi. Of course, we’re all about finding the best and most creative video productions on the web, and this has to be one of the most amazing music videos that we’ve ever seen. Awe-inspiringly ... Read More »

Xilent Boss Wave

Xilent Boss Wave Music Video

Take a look at this wild music video for Boss Wave, the latest track from Electronica artist Eryk Kowalczyk (aka Xilent) It’s a video that will resonate with the geeks of the world who still adore the charm of retro video games and have felt the power flowing through them as the blast through ... Read More »

Paper Age

Paper Age Animation

Anything to do with Dinosaurs gets fast-tracked on Retina Burn, that, and Ninjas. Unfortunately, Paper Age, this amazing experimental animation only includes the former, but it is such a fantastically creative approach, we’ll let is slide this time. Paper Age was created by Ken Ottmann, to experiment with the techniques of character rigging, polygon ... Read More »

R´ha sci-fi short film

r'ha sci-fi short film

R´ha is a short, sci-fi film from Kaleb Lechowski, a 22 year old German film student who has created nothing short of a VFX masterpiece, on zero budget. It’s evident that the next generation of filmmakers will come from YouTube and Vimeo and whose small-scale experiments find an appreciative audience online. ... Read More »

Les Misérables

Les Miserables Movie Review

  It’s been hard to ignore the atmosphere, heavy with anticipation for Tom Hooper’s adaptation of Les Misérables. It’s been a production that has been well-documented, heavily-marketed and as such, has ridden a wave of hype all the way to the box office. It is no doubt a cinematic event, however, ... Read More »

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

To say that the documentary, Jiro Dreams of Sushi is not about sushi, may appear to be a provocative (and possibly ridiculous) position at first but if you’ll indulge my explanation, I’d like to clarify. In a world of convenient consumerism, mass production and disposable commodities there are few stories of ... Read More »

Goodnight, Sweet PakMan

Goodnight, Sweet PakMan

Retro gaming meets Tarantino in Goodnight, Sweet PakMan, a violent and beautifully realised animation by Chris Weller. Weller, a professional animator revealed his inspiration for the piece; For the last 2 years I have been putting this together in what little spare time I have between paid jobs and it is finally ... Read More »