Happy February, Creators. Now that we're well into the new year we can stop feeling guilty about not sticking to those new year's resolutions. Unless yours was creating awesome content for Creators.co, in which case you should feel bad. Just kidding (no i'm not, yes I am - am I though?). Anyhow, it has been another successful week with fantastic content from some of our new Creators. Allow me to introduce this week's best of the best, the crème de la crème!
I've been a loyal Arrow fan since the show first premiered in 2012 and I'm so stoked that the show's still going strong. I think a huge part of its success lies in the chemistry between Emily, Stephen and David, they are the perfect crime-fighting squad (forget Taylor Swift, these guys invented hashtagSquadGoals). Want to know more about Oliver Queen, Felicity Smoak and John Diggle, and how their fantastic on-screen chemistry is what keeps up coming back for more week in, week out? Be sure to check out Creator Menna Zahra's fantastic article.
The world was shocked and saddened by Wes Craven's death last year. To many is he, and will always be, the true master of horror, and it should therefore come as no surprise that he is still a huge inspiration to filmmakers out there. In honor of Craven, Creator Romain, Raphaël and Damien decided to write the script for SAMHAIN. 'SAMHAIN' is a Gaelic festival, symbolizing the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, which also happens to be the darkest time of the year, making it the perfect backdrop for a great horror short like this one.
I say this time and time again but there really is no such thing as too much incredible fan art. Am I the only one who just can't get enough of this creative awesomeness? No? Good. Creator Sanaa Fidahussain has been kind enough to share some of her artwork with the Creators.co community and we're so glad she did. Using watercolor textures created in Photoshop she has created five pieces featuring some of our favorite Avengers. Be sure to check out her series.
I absolutely LOVED the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, and so I'd pretty much be down for any crossover. Crossing over with Star Wars definitely wouldn't be a bad place to start. Now, I have absolutely no idea how one would go about a Marvel/Star Wars movie but luckily Creator Jake Kraemer has got a couple ideas of his own. One thing's for sure, I'd definitely pay a good amount of money to go and see a crossover project. How about you? Be sure to leave Jake a comment!
We've all been there, those rainy days when all you want to do is stay in bed and watch a movie. If you're having one of those moments RIGHT NOW then I would encourage you to check out one of LeDan's suggestions. She's compiled a list of timeless favorites that are best enjoyed in your pajamas with a cup of hot chocolate. Time to zone out and tune in, and be sure to check out LeDan's post!
6. THE BOOM BOOM GIRLS OF WRESTLING: Interesting New Horror flick by Female Filmmakers! BY Carolin vonPetzholdt
Our top 10 just wouldn't be the same without a killer horror flick to satisfy all you die-hard horror fans out there. This week we present to you: The Boom Boom Girls of Wrestling. In this new horror movie, six female athletic actresses get cast as superheroes on a wrestling show. On the way to their very first fight the bus breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Tun tun tun! What's cool about The Boom Boom Girls of Wrestling is that it is the first female driven movie about horror and wrestling. Be sure to check out Carolin vonPetzholdt's article for more cool stuff!
Superman. A fan favorite, a superhero, and to some, the greatest comic book character out there. The title of Creator Dwayne Takeall's article already suggests the topic that is discussed in his article: the death of Superman. Is he alive or is he dead, and if so, who is responsible for his murder? I for one would like to know, and if you feel the same way then you should check out Dwayne's article.
New Creator Suchanat Peeowhy Chidthai is not a photographer, he is a designer with a camera. Using miniature figures and everyday items, Suchanat turns toys into tales, and the result is both creative and hilarious. From The Minions to 50 Shades of Grey, and from Ant-Man to Star Wars, his miniature movie tales are the coolest thing I've seen in quite a while. Be sure to check out his entire series and don't forget to show him some well-deserved love in the comments!
"Black and white movies? Ew no, I'm not watching that!" We've all probably thought that at some point in our lives, but then, all of a sudden, you come to a point where the classics start to appeal to you. This is exactly what happened to new Creator Christopher Waters, and he's been waiting heaps of horror classics from the 60's and 70's. If you're a horror fan, or you're simply looking for a good, timeless movie to watch, then i'd encourage you to keep an eye on his profile.
Have you bought your tickets for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice yet, because I have. The excitement is real, that's for sure. The trailer and other material released since then suggests that some people close to Bruce died in this battle, people that he would consider family. But who does Bruce consider to be family? Creator Stephen Goline might have the answer to that question. Be sure to check out his theory and to share your own thoughts on the matter.
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