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tuesday, 5. september 2017
VideoCop: 3D-tulostus osana elokuvantekoaAiemmin blogasin VideoCopin länkkärijakson maitotölkkijunavaunujen rakentamisesta, mutta jotta vaunut kulkevat pitää niiden edessä olla veturi. Veturin monimutkaisempi pintarakenne ei oikein sovellu jäätelötikuista rakennettavaksi vaan piti keksiä jotain uutta. Ensin koitimme etsiä pienoismallijunia, jotka olisi voinut koota ja sitten kuvata, mutta tarpeeksi isojen vetureiden hinnat nousivat jo reippaasti yli 100 euroon. Halusimme jotain uniikimpaa ja paremman hallinnan lopulliseen muotoiluun joten päätimme koittaa ensimmäistä kertaa 3D-tulostamista.... [continue reading]
Jake Crusher (Antti Murtonen) is an 80’s cop from Hervanta. A cop, who got too close to the ultimate international conspiracy by the governments of the world to enslave the human race. A cop, who is too dangerous alive but too valuable to be killed. So they invented something completely different for him: With the help from the analogic super technology they transported him to the Video World. Into the world where a video movie becomes reality and reality becomes a video movie!
Jake Crusher (Antti Murtonen) is an 80’s cop from Hervanta. A cop, who got too close to the ultimate international conspiracy by the governments of the world to enslave the human race. A cop, who is too dangerous alive but too valuable to be killed. So they invented something completely different for him: With the help of analog super
Alex Lommo (Ville Lähde) is the toughest commando in Nato. He is an ex-commando since he left his job due to the personal reasons and went to his cottage to live in peace. However his old pal from army, Colonel Fägerlund, manages to find him and he has a new mission for Lommo, but a group of terrorist kidnap Fägerlund right in front of Lommo's eyes. Lommo decides to personally find out what is going on...
The Partyboys have a serius problem: Jammu has lost a few kilos of cocaine that belongs to his boss. Kipe and Pekkuli have their hands deep in this great blow-betrayal....
A retrospective documentary about Trash Video made in the spring of 2012. It is a journey through the 20 years history of this independent film company. With movie clips we present achievents and goofs which those 20 years in the film making keep within.
This is a joint venture of three independent film companies Trash Video, Insane Bastards and Blood Cerenomy Films. While it is a salute to the good old 50's and 60's scifi flicks, it is also a movie faithful to the style of it's creators. This means gore, blood and tits!