The World Before Your Feet Review

The World Before Your Feet: Documentary Review

The World Before Your Feet is an independent documentary about a gentleman named Matt Green, hailing from–well, anywhere he goes, which is everywhere in New York City, every street, every block. He considers himself independently homeless, sufficing on $15 a day so he can afford to keep walking without a job. This is an interesting film as a concept and project. It highlights the human intricacies of finding purpose, especially purposes not motivated by conventional profit or advantage. I think if you’re from New York or have an interest in its complexities, as I’ve always had, this is a pretty interesting, relatively efficient feature.

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Indie Game The Movie Title Screen

Indie Game: The Movie: Personal Review

Indie Game: The Movie is, suitably, a 2011 indie documentary made by Canadian Filmmakers about indie video games. It cracks open the shell of contemporary indie game development by following a handful of developers as they make their first games and bring them to market. It evokes the struggle of the indie game business model and follows artists and programmers through lows and highs of this personal journey. This film had moments of absolute enchantment but also discomfort. I want to give this a chance though, because I took something very real and personal from this documentary.

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turtle power the definitive history

Turtle Power: Definitive TMNT History: DVD Review

Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a DVD documentary from Paramount Pictures, released in 2014. It covers every topic of TMNT lore like the comic book origins of Mirage’s Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. Or how uncomfortable the turtle suits were for the actors in the motion pictures released in the 90s. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is one of the most legendary hallmarks of the later 20th century and beyond. From the adults whose childhood thrived on the cartoons and movies to the fervor of today’s initiated youth. Almost everybody knows of them, and most likely are cool with them in some form, maybe even have a favorite turtle–mine’s Donatello. Anyway, I took up the bo staff of this cultural journey and I’ve got some gems for you right now.

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UFOs Miracle of the Unknown VHS Set

UFOs Miracle of the Unknown: VHS Review

Okay, it’s official, ViCtoRia the VCR is ONLINE. This idea came to me in a late-night deep meditation. I was thinking: what can I do that’s a cut above the rest? My Ancient Aliens review was a blast. Perhaps I could find something that would be a little less obvious. So, anyway, here it is. I got this RCA VCR on eBay as well as a few VHS tapes to test and I got started. Out of sentimentality, I am continuing the UFO theme with a two-tape set documentary called UFOs Miracle of the Unknown. It was more interesting than I had anticipated.

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viva amiga computer documentary

Viva Amiga: DVD Documentary: Review

I started computing around the time that the Amiga crossed over into cult following–or so I learned when watching this. I’ve always had a casual interest in retro computing in addition to gaming. I even have an Apple ][ in my possession and have visited my share of BBS back in the day. I’d honestly never heard of the Amiga though until I checked out this documentary called Viva Amiga. Let’s talk about it.

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