Tag Archives | Doll

…It’s Movie Monday: Sebastian’s Voodoo?

Sebastian's Voodoo

Sebastian’s Voodoo is a film by Joaquin Baldwin of Pixel Nitrate about a voodoo doll that “must find the courage to save his friends from being pinned to death.”

It’s a fantastically animated short with a surprising amount of emotion, and has won countless awards, so it’s definitely worth enjoying for a few minutes:

(Be sure to visit Pixel Nitrate if you’d like to view or download the movie in a number of different formats, including 720p high definition.)

[Pixel Nitrate – Sebastian’s Voodoo]


…Robots have sex?

Sex Lives Of Robots

It’s not exactly porn, but Michael Sullivan’s The Sex Life of Robots isn’t far off.

The ‘actors’ that he crafted out of Barbie Dolls, G.I. Joe action figures and other toys were originally going to star in a robot war movie, but as the project evolved, Michael decided to take it in a different direction.

Now, through stop-motion animation, he has created a film that is potentially more controversial than anything else he was going to create, having been pulled from YouTube after

Somebody’s mom complained, you know, because they didn’t want their kid watching, you know, some robot stick his dick in a horse’s butt.

I guess you can’t fault the man for censoring his vision!

If you’d like to see what all the commotion is about, then the (semi-NSFW) video below provides a preview, and if you’re in the area, Manhattan’s Museum of Sex will be showing the actual dolls that went into the creation of the film.

[Via: Gizmodo]

…It’s Movie Monday: IDEO Global Chain Reaction Experience?

IDEO Global Chain Reaction Experience

IDEO’s Global Chain Reaction Experience may just be the most impressive Rube Goldberg Machine built to date.

The chain, which fifty people put together across eight worldwide locations in six different time zones on three continents, contains everything from a flaming column of helium bubbles and a cell phone dialing hot dog to a poll dancing doll and a Tickle-Me Elmo, as well as everything in between.

All told, it lasts for more than 14 minutes, but it’s definitely worth the time if you’re a fan of weird and wacky chain reactions:

[Via: MAKE: Blog]