Mexican creator Evelyn Ramsburgh shows us how a green space alien makes burritos. Tortillas we have. Avocados ditto. The slime may be hard to source locally however.
Argentine film magician Fernando Livschitz reports that “one day I woke up and I saw everything in perspective.”
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According to POCHO Jefe-in-Chief Lalo Alcaraz 2017 Calendar, it’s Gucamole Wednesday, and that’s why we’re sharing the best guacamole video ever:
Yesterday’s Most Pathetic Stereotypes Reimagined for the Digital Age of All our Cyber Tomorrows or Need a Sexy Latina or Bandit for your Animated Video
Next generation digitally-borne stereotypes for millennials and their kids!
Bandits, sexy Latinas, y mucho mas more…ACK!
Does your next CGI animation project need an ugly racist stereotyped Mexican gangster but you’re short on dinero? El Penumbra (The Darkness), a “Mexican Bandito,” can be yours for just $45!
Nothing like a cool refreshing cerveza on a hot dusty desert day. El Mexican gets all that, and more.
Chris Labrooy utilizes CGI to twist everyday things into new forms. We like his cars.
Check out Rush Hour, another mind-bending video from Argentine director Fernando Livschitz.
Here’s a bonus video from Livschitz; it’s called Wind Up Bots:
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(PNS reporting from EL PASO) Fabian Ramirez expressed deep disappointment Wednesday night as he left the 7PM showing of Pacific Rim at the Premiere Cinema 18 at Bassett Place Mall.
The 42-year-old father of three teenagers told PNS he heard the “movie was about MEChA” and “wanted to expose my kids to a movie about Chicanos.” Ramirez, a former chair of the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano(a) de Aztlan (MEChA) at the University of Texas campus here, gathered his children Vladimir, Xochitl and Emiliano for what he hoped would be a big family night out: Seeing “Chicanos fighting against the power structure of AmeriKKKa.”
Instead, Ramirez found the “the movie was about these big robots piloted by military shooting monsters.”
“Pacific Rim,” he sadly concluded, “is not about my MEChAs.”
Remember Capt. “Sully” Sullenberger who landed his airliner in New York’s Hudson River? Move over, bro. Flight AR 1304 is coming in for a landing at Parque de Palermo in downtown Buenos Aires! [Directed by Fernando Livschitz for Black Sheep Films.]
Here’s a reprise of another mind-blowing Buenos Aires vid from Livschitz we ran last year:
South Gate, CA homeboys Cypress Hill released Insane in the Brain (video, below) almost 20 years ago. It’s 2012, do you know where your brain is? Why here it is — up “amongst the clouds!”
This visually stunning new music video, Can’t Keep Me Down, is a Cypress Hill collaboration with dubstep producer Rusko and Damian Marley. You totally want to maximize your video player and crank your sound for this. (Possibly NSFW lyrics.)
Here’s your flashback:
Rosa takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where most natural life has disappeared. Rosa awakes amidst the destruction, a cyborg from the Kernel Project, humanity’s last attempt to restore the earth’s ecosystem. Rosa will soon learn that she is not the only entity who has awakened and must fight for survival.
Video by Jesús Orellana.