Funny piss-take on Britain's cinematic piracy warnings

Part seven of the amazing machinima epic Bloodspell has just gone live. Bloodspell is a feature film made using the 3D engines from video games, allowing the animators to produce a slick 3D movie for peanuts. The latest edition is notable for including a protracted piss-take on the obnoxious copyright warnings shown before movies in British cinemas. In these warnings, an organization called "FACT" (Federation Against Copyright Theft) insinuates that you're probably a crook, asks you to snitch on your neighbor, lies about how copyright law works, and threatens to turn you over to the police if you point your cameraphone at the screen. The Bloodspell version is much, much better. Link (Thanks, Hugh!)