This is a collection of the most intense clips during World War 2. These images are featured all around the world from the Eastern Front, to the Pacific War, and to the landings of Normandy. All these images are genuine, and they contain very graphic content, even some disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.
I put this together to attempt to show the horrors of war, in hopes that something like this may never happen again. And please, don’t start any debates in the comment section over this about who did more or what. This is not to show off on which country did more, or worse. This is not a video on which side to take. This is just strictly to show what war is really like, and how serious this one was.
Linkin Park “CASTLE OF GLASS” off of the album LIVING THINGS. “CASTLE OF GLASS” is featured in the EA game Medal of Honor Warfighter. Directed by Drew Stauffer and Jerry O’Flaherty.
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Movie Clips from: Master and Commander – The Far Side of the World
Music: Immortal by Thomas J. Bergersen
Software: Sony Vegas Pro 11, Cinema 4D, Adobe Photoshop
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An abridged history of American-centric warfare, from WWII to present day, told through the foods of the countries in conflict.
For a breakdown of the actual battles portrayed in the film, visit:
For the official cheat sheet (breakdown of the foodstuffs), visit:
Now, to answer some FAQs…
– The food in this film was consumed either by myself or my dog after shooting. None of the cast went to waste.
– The software used was photoshop and after effects.
– The film took me 3 months to do.
– Although it seems like stop motion, most of it was stop motion created within After effects, using keyframe animation. I am basically moving the food around within the the program, frame by frame, which is the same as traditional stop motion, only it’s digital.