Friday, August 8, 2014

Animated Who, Peter Hollens, Hobbit & Camp Abercorn

I have several videos and things to share with you guys today...

First a friend posted this on Facebook. It's just a fan made opening sequence to The Animated Adventures Of Doctor Who. It's extremely well done that if you didn't know any better you swear this is real.. alas it is not. But it's still fun to watch and dream.

I came across a you tube singer. I saw his video for Gollum's Song from Lord of the Rings. And I was so impressed with him vocals that I dug further and found a whole slew of amazing covers sung by this guy. His name is Peter Hollens and he uses nothing but his voice, sounds from his mouth and claps to produce some amazing harmonies and songs. But not only is his music great but the video from them are also very well produced. Here's the video that got me started Gollum's Song and The Misty Mountain song.. he's so amazing.

Speaking of Gollum and Lord of the Rings.. Warner Brothers released a deleted scene from the upcoming release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Extended Edition. It arrives on Blu-ray November 4th! Featuring 25 minutes of new and extended scenes, and 9 hours of new bonus content. I SO CAN'T WAIT!!!!!

And last but not least I backed a new webseries that looked really good. It's called Camp Abercorn.
Every summer hundreds of thousands of Scouts head off to summer camp at hundreds of places just like Camp Abercorn. Each faces their own individual challenges, and writes their own stories.

Camp Abercorn is a dramatic web series about the blunders and the victories—an authentic portrayal of life on camp staff. For ten weeks each summer Camp Abercorn becomes a bustling wonderland of activity for boys, guided by their fearless leaders—the camp staff.

To tell our stories we’ve created the Compass Guides of America, a fictional organization that parallels the Boy Scouts of America, an organization that we regard with the utmost respect and appreciation because we were Scouts, too.

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