Steel Revenge 5(Club Penguin Horror Movie) – Kyogre Steel

OMG YESSS!!! FINALLY AFTER LIKE 6 MONTHS OF HARD WORK IT FINALLY PAYS OFF!!! NOW I HAVE 500 SUBSCRIBERS!!! I MEAN I SAW JBISMYIDOL HAD 500 WHEN I ONLY LIKE 204 OR SOMETHING! BUT NOW I HAVE 500? AWESOME!!! I just wanna thank anyone who helped me along the way, and I wish great karma to who ever tried to bring me down with unsubscribing, insulting, mean comments, and just plain being a douche! Anyway here is Steel revenge 5! You guys have earned it ;)! Where we last left off Kyogre Steel Decided that his set mission was to kill HawkRB33 (HawkRBs little brother) and everything that means anything to him. And to do so he was going to have to kill and make all the pain come down a lot at a time very very slowly so that it can be the worst type of pain! Anyway I hope you enjoy!!! BTW heres the disclaimers saying i DO NOT own the music so please dont mute this video Youtube because i worked very hard on it! —–Disclaimer—– I do not own the audio in this video, The song “Face Down(acoustic)” is owned by “The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus” And the effects of this video is made from Windows Movie Maker, I also do not own the game Club penguin Disney Owns club penguin. —–Disclaimer—– I do not own the audio in this video, The song “Your Guardian Angel” is owned by “The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus” And the effects of this video is made from Windows Movie Maker, I also do not own the game Club penguin Disney Owns club penguin. —–Disclaimer—– I do not own the audio in this video


Official Website: Until The Light Takes Us tells the story of black metal. Part music scene and part cultural uprising, black metal rose to worldwide notoriety in the mid-nineties when a rash of suicides, murders, and church burnings accompanied the explosive artistic growth and output of a music scene that would forever redefine what heavy metal is and what it stands for to other musicians, artists and music fans world-wide. Until The Light Takes Us goes behind the highly sensationalized media reports of “Satanists running amok in Europe” to examine the complex and largely misunderstood principles and beliefs that led to this rebellion against both Christianity and modern culture. To capture this on film, directors Aaron Aites and Audrey Ewell moved to Norway and lived with the musicians for several years, building relationships that allowed them to create a surprisingly intimate portrait of this violent, but ultimately misunderstood, movement. The result is a poignant, moving story thats as much about the idea that reality is composed of whatever the most people believe, regardless of whats actually true, as it is about a music scene that blazed a path of murder and arson across the northern sky
Video Rating: 4 / 5

There Are Few Places Hard To Get To In This World (Movie Line Trivia)

Movie Line Trivia 2k12! Rachel Risen is back with possibly her most challenging movie quote yet. Good luck! “There are few places hard to get to in this world. But there aren’t any where it’s harder to live.” Is this quote from Dolphin Tale, The Shawshank Redemption, War Of The Worlds, or March of the Penguins? Want more Movie Line Trivia? Subscribe: Movie Trivia: Music Trivia: Sports Trivia: Show us some love and like us on Facebook: Tweet-tweet! Movie Line Trivia is an interactive quiz show. We’ll test your knowledge from Lumiere to Tarantino. Think you can out smart Rachel? Test your knowledge with Movie Line Trivia. TAGS: “movie line trivia” “morgan freeman” “march of the penguins” “shawshank redemption” “dolphin tale” “war of the worlds” god “march of the penguins narrator” “march of the penguins sad” “march of the penguins trailer” movie “movie lines” “movie trivia” trivia “famous movie quotes” “movie quotes” hollywood oscars movies “trivia game” “celebrity trivia” “rachel risen”
Video Rating: 4 / 5


Tonight’s Films: • District 9 — 9/10. • Die Hard — 10/10. Next Week’s Films: • A Perfect Getaway — • Money Train — * Tweet a review with the #JPMN hashtag, and have it featured on the show! * ~~ Movie Night ~~ Incorporating your viewer comments, film critic Jonathan Paula reviews everything from opening day releases, recent DVDs, and classics from years past. Along with your votes, these films are scored on the “Rate-O-Matic” for a 1-10 ranking. New episodes published every Friday (Nov through May). Jonathan Paula is a 25-year-old professional YouTuber and creator of the hit web series, “Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This?”. He graduated from Emerson College in 2008 with a degree in Television Production and Radio Broadcasting. He currently lives in Rockingham, NH with his fiancée. ~~ Links ~~ Facebook —————- Twitter ——————– 2nd Channel ———— Movie Night Archive — Tweet Critiques ——– Movies I’ve Rated —– My Best Videos ——- FAQ Video ————– T-Shirts ——————- ~~ Technical ~~ Created by —— Jonathan Paula Camera ———- Panasonic HMC-150 Microphone —– Sennheiser ME 66 Software ——— Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Computer ——- • Jogwheel Productions © 2009 • ~

Keystone K-4C Movie Camera

Keystone K-4C Movie Camera
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Manufactured in the 1950’s by Keystone Mfg. Co. of Boston, Massachusetts. This is an 8mm (i.e. “regular 8”) moving camera with a three lens turret. It has a Keystone 2.7mm f/2.0 normal lens (yellow banding and lettering), a Keystone-Elgeet 9mm f/2.0 wide angle (black banding and lettering) and a Keystone-Elgeet 25mm f/2.0 telephoto lens (read banding and lettering). The color banding of the lens matched the color of frame marks in the viewfinder. It has two built in filters (a UV haze and a “Type-A” for tungsten color balanced film) and using a “manual” control, you could do a real fade in/out while shooting. The camera had a selenium cell “electric eye” that controlled the lens aperture as the camera shot 16 fps. And “stop action” (specifically one frame at a time) was a feature provided by lifting up on the shutter release lever instead of pressing down. It used the standard 8mm roll that had to be flipped half way through. The body is a heavy cast metal—about three times the weight of an average MiniDV camera of the same size today…