Directr is an app that allows you to create movies without any editing. You can literally make a (little) movie in minutes complete with music, titles, transitions and more. While you probably don’t want to shoot your next feature on it, it is super easy to use. Or as they call it, it’s “point and shoot moviemaking”. [Peeped by Mike]
What have we been doing all weekend? Playing with Vine, a new app from the good people at Twitter. Like the Instagram of videos, Vine lets you record up to six seconds of video, which then loops (kinda like a GIF) when you post it. Sound is included and the app even lets you start and stop recording until you fill up all 6 seconds. Consider us hooked.
Tote around 4GB of storage space in a mini camera. The Camera USB Drive acts like real camera: the lens attaches and detaches from the body. And with 4GB of space, it’s a decently-sized storage device. Both Canon and Nikon editions available.
With 1 Second Everyday, you record a second of video every waking day of your life. At the end of the year (or whenever you choose), the app creates a compilation of all those 1 second moments. It reminds you to do something exciting everyday. Or at the very least, it leaves you with a compendium of the year’s events. Check out this amazing example here.
Not all of them tip the wait staff. Some of them will cut off your ear. But one thing is for sure: you’ll never forget them. Immortalize your love for Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs with these Reservoir Dogs Action Figures. Standing 7 inches tall and each sporting several accessories, they will make an interesting (if not intimidating) addition to your desk.
Curious to know what your favorite film was shot on? ShotOnWhat is a new website that gives you all the known technical specs to tons of feature films. From everything down to the film stocks, lenses, cameras and – in some cases – the editing system, ShotOnWhat delivers. It might just become our favorite technical database.
Created by a sci-fi artist by the name of Berg, these limited edition prints of Star Wars vehicles come on heavyweight 239gsm A2 paper and are signed by the artist. Sure, they’re a bit pricey, but there’s only 100 of each going to be made. Snowspeeder and Millenium Falcon editions also available.
Classic horror movies never get old. Catch all the timeless horror masterpieces in this 8 film box Blu-ray set that features films from The Wolf Man to Dracula. The House of Horror Blu-ray Set features stunning digital transfers and over 12 hours of bonus content in addition to a hard cover book. A must of any horror fan.