Put some gas in your chainsaw and buckle in for our homemade version of the Evil Dead II trailer, recreated shot-for-shot with (believe it or not) even less sophisticated effects than the original film.
Our CineFix series, Homemade Movies, serves up creative remakes of your favorite movies, trailers and original songs. Every episode is an exact shot-for-shot remake created with everyday props and no visual effects.
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Court files recording details of World War Two code-breaker Alan Turing’s convictions for homosexual acts have gone on display for the first time. – Source
It’s worth noting right off the bat that this is all still in the very early stages. Apple scouts plenty of locations for its stores, and plenty never come to fruition. But the fact that Cupertino is potentially looking to plant its flag in South Korea is pretty telling – not only because it’s a big market in which the company has no proprietary retail presence, but also the… Read More
Telltale Games is well known for creating story-driven games that feature less of a streamlined gameplay and more dialogue and decision-making. Naturally, this type of game translates very well to mobile and its kind-of-handicapped touch input, so Telltale is well-known to port all of its titles for both Android and iOS.
The studio’s latest game is based on none other but the Dark Knight himself — Batman. Set a few years after Brude Wayne started donning the cape and cowl, the story is a fresh take on the early years of the Caped Crusader’s adventures. The player will be controlling both … – Source
The Disrupt SF Hackathon kicks off this Saturday, September 9th at noon and you still have a chance to snag a ticket. Also, we’re excited to announce the hackmasters, judges and API workshops for the event. Hackmasters Jeffery Bennett and Reshma Khilnani are reprising their roles as Hackmasters and are currently practicing cutting off presentations that go longer than a minute. Judges… Read More
Numerous passengers flying with British Airways early Tuesday are not happy. An IT issue has caused global delays, leaving many stranded at airports for hours.
The company stayed largely silent on its main Twitter account, but has apologized in reply to hundreds of customer complaints about late flights and inability to check-in.
“We are sorry for the delay to our customers’ journeys,” the company announced on its web page. “Check in may take a bit longer than usual, so we would encourage customers to check in online before they reach the airport.”
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