Directed by David Dutton, music by Henry Dutton. (8-Bit Cinema)
8-Bit Cinema's vision of Mad Max: Fury Road as a vintage Sunset Riders-style side-scroller looks like possibly the greatest game ever. It's a good thing that this wasn't a) real b) 25 years ago, or I'd have taken ten years to get out of high-school instead of seven.
The epic 1983 crime drama “Scarface” retold as an 8-bit videogame by CineFix, as part of their 8-Bit Cinema series. Read the rest
What happens when a young elven hero goes on a hellacious drug binge and high tails it out into the desert? Today's installment of Boing Boing tv's 8-Bit Cinema provides a possible answer, melding the three worlds of Rad Racer, Legend of Zelda, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. RIP, Dr. Thompson.
In part two of today's episode, "Sometimes I Feel Like This:", an animated short by Eric Henry.