fandom: Edge of Tomorrow (a gift for Mithborien in Festivids 2015)
characters: Rita Vrataski, Rita Vrataski, Rita Vrataski, and some extras
music: Heather Alexander, "March of Cambreadth"
content notes: as per the movie, war violence against aliens, mostly non-bloody
summary: Because Rita Vrataski is a badass, and more than capable enough to tell her own adventure.
notes: Mithborien requested an Edge of Tomorrow vid that focused more on Rita than on Cage, and I did my best to comply.

Full Metal March (Cambreadth to the Edge) )
fandom: Edge of Tomorrow (for findthesea in Festivids 2015)
characters: William Cage, Rita Vrataski, a cast of thousands (plus varied cameos by Mimics)
music: various, plus lots of stolen dialogue from various movies
content notes: as per the movie, war violence against aliens, mostly non-bloody (though hilariously revoiced) violence
summary: Because I had more ideas than the original Festivids assignment could contain, I had to throw them all together for a few laughs.
notes: In the course of creating my Festivids assignment, I had more than a few moments where I considered doing something ridiculous and silly. A lot of those I stored away for later, and put together in this gag reel. Enjoy!

Army of Me (live, die, repeat) Gag Reel )
fandom: Edge of Tomorrow (for findthesea in Festivids 2015)
characters: William Cage, Rita Vrataski, a cast of thousands (plus varied cameos by Mimics)
music: Bjork & Skunk Anansie, "Army of Me"
content notes: as per the movie, war violence against aliens, mostly non-bloody violence, and an early scene where Cage gets his face melted
summary: Both Rita and Cage have had to become an army all by themselves. It's at least a little easier to do so together.
notes: Probably the most complex vid I'd created at that point, but a hell of a lot of fun to create. This was the first time I'd really screwed around with changing speeds and lots of quick edits, and it went through around 9 or 10 versions before I was happy with the result. In the end, in defiance of the song title, it's about two one-person armies working together to solve a problem neither of them could manage alone.

Army of Me (live, die, repeat) )
fandom: Star Wars (classic trilogy)
music: Zoey van Goey, "You Told The Drunks I Knew Karate"
characters: Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, R2D2, C3PO, the Millenium Falcon, and assorted mooks in Imperial uniforms. Oh, and occasional Ewoks.
content notes: 80's era PG-rated standard warnings apply.
summary: Let's face it - our pitiful little band of rebels do the craziest things for each other.
notes: Back before Episode VII got released, I was all amped up and excited to see it. Naturally, this lead to some rewatching of the original trilogy, and that, combined with this Zoey van Goey song which would not leave my head, resulted in me imagining Luke complaining that someone had told the bad guys he had special badass combat powers. This was my first big experiment in occasionally playing around with speed rates, and combined a lot of somewhat random clips that somewhat matched up with lyrics, because this is totally a crackvid at heart. Enjoy!

You Told The Drunks I Knew Karate. )

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