What are you afraid of? Perhaps you’re like the little kid in Monsters Inc. who is terrified of the monster lurking in the closet. Or maybe your fear is walking at night by yourself, or being too close to the edge of a cliff.
Fears vary, but one thing that remains the same is the desire to ease the fear. You don’t want to linger in fear too long, because then it warps into panic. So calm your nerves, and try some Herbaria Calming Tea to get rid of those pesky fears, and those unwanted nightmares.
Well, I’m not sure how “calming” the tea is, but the innovative new commercial sure did sell me on the idea of “drowning your fears.” No, literally drown your fears. Serial killer or clown, watch it drown.
Now I’m not sure how’d you go about this, but apparently Sugarboy knows how it’s done. So let Sugarboy tell you a little ol’ story on how to “Bike To The Future.”
Now after watching this video, I think I should have everything I need to hook up my bike and take a ride to the future. But I’d hate to get stuck there. Oh, and I’d need to get a red vest and a shirt, apparently that’s the style requirement.
Usually most movies based off games end up being horrible, but if Mass Effect 3 and Gears of War could be movies, they would be pretty good. There is already talks of a ME3 movie in the works, but could you imagine what it would be like if an open-world game like Grand Theft Auto became a film?
Well, director Gevorg Karensky decided to give us a taste of what a live-action Grand Theft Auto style film could look like. Of course, you’d need fast cars, a criminal in a rugged leather jacket, and some epic party scene, followed by a shoot-out or chase scene. Yeah, that sounds like a scene from a GTA game. Well, in the Karensky directed short “GTA:Rise” you’ve got all of the ingredients of a pretty good GTA-style action scene.
If this was a feature length film, would you watch it? Heck, I would. What can I say? I like chase scene, flashy cars, leather jackets, and all things reminiscent of GTA.
If you’ve never taken a road trip throughout the West Coast, then I highly recommend. The scenery is quite beautiful, and if you’ve got time, you should stop by the Grand Canyon. I myself haven’t gone into the canyon, but I’ve driven through Arizona and I’ve scene the rock formations off in the distance. It’s simply stunning.
Want to know what else is simply stunning? Well this beautiful time-lapse called “Grand Canyon: Blink of Time” is a gorgeous video that was made using over 80k pictures in a period of seven weeks. The video captures some breathtaking evening skies, shooting stars, and the depth of the canyon.
If you’re a nature lover, then you will fall in love with this amazing time-lapse. And if you haven’t gone to the Grand Canyon, the add that to your bucket list. I know it’s on my list of places to visit.