A brilliant man once told me that I should torrent my films, true I but I don’t actually consider the movies I put up here to be: films. Think of them as short representations of my work or a demonstration of what I’m capable of, trust me when I make a short film (coming this June), I will present it in proper fashion.

youtube compare
In the meantime, I recently read something on Cineobscure about the possibility of a higher definition YouTube video. It’s actually quite simple, by adding this;  &fmt=18  at the end of any Youtube video URL you should get a higher quality version of that same video. I’ve tried it on a few videos and it’s worked very well. Keep in mind this won’t give you HD or anything close to it, however, I noticed the video is much cleaner. I have done this with every clip in the movies section of my website and it seems to help quite a bit.

Click the above image for a comparison of the two (the one on top is without the code the one on the bottom has it).

Image: ‘Once’ trailer.

2017 Update: Going through these old posts is a ton of fun haha. 9 Years later, yes, YouTube has full HD, 3D and VR compatibilities so this is no longer relevant, but we’ll keep it (like a lot of this stuff) for posterity.

I was recently introduced to an online phenomenon- and possibly one of the greatest videos ever to be put on YouTube (or at least in the top 500).  When I first witnessed this amazing piece of television turned YouTube video I didn’t get it, it was if my mind was unable to comprehend the greatness. However as the end of the video drew near I burst out laughing uncontrollably and every-time I have viewed it sense it has had the same effect on me. You may not find it funny you may think I’m an idiot for liking it in fact to be honest I have no clue why I can’t stop laughing at it. Anyway here it is watch it and laugh or just sit there puzzled at why I would waste time to post this;

On a side note, I have to agree with the kid turtles are awesome- however, I actually prefer vampires over zombies.

 

2017 Update: What was I thinking?