|Posted by Fusionater on September 25, 2012 at 8:30 PM|
Hello Expressionists, Ratin8tor here to give the Outstanding Content of the Week.
Well it was an interesting week this week, what with all the amazing videos that got nominated. As well as all the blogs. It's pretty difficult to vote between such amazing work, but vote we eventually did. So without further ado lets get to the winners.
Outstanding Video of the Week
In Seventh Place: YippieKiYayFilms takes a look at the latest release Premium Rush and gives his thoughts on it:
In Sixth Place: ParadiseandFaries looks at his all time favourite JRPG and explains why it is the best:
In Fifth Place: Madhog thy Master looks at Dan Vs and does A REVIIIIEEEEWWWW!!!!! (Watch the video to get the reference):
In Fourth Place: Need I say more then just the title of this video? It was requested, so without further ado, Play it Again Les:
In Third Place: MixCritic takes a look at the 7 best animated sequels and has a few surprises in the mix:
In Second Place: TheDVDGrouch takes a look King of the Hill and counts down the ten best episodes of the show:
And the winner, of Outstanding Video of the Week, is...
You know, if someone told me that not only could you make a review show out of the subject of the winner's show, but you could make it interesting and something I'd want to keep watching I'd laugh at your face. But didn't the Comic Strip Critic go and prove me wrong by not only reviewing newspaper comics, but making it interesting enough that I hunted out the rest of his series.
So congratulations to the winner, with his show THE PUNCHLINE, where he looked at Monty: Trip to the Titanic. You can watch it in its glory here:
Well with the amazing videos out of the way (honestly some of them are better then the “big names” that get paid to do it) lets move onto the written word for the blog side of things.
Outstanding Blog of the Week
In Seventh Place: Once again we got a tie because voting was so darn close this week. We have Movie Curiosities look at a film called Arbitrage:
http://manicexpression.webs.com/apps/blog/show/18970449-movie-curiosities-arbitrage We also have pbmiranda's look at another Nickelodeon classic, The Angry Beavers:
And an old School Lane Collab with James Bevan on Angry Beavers.
In Sixth Place: Ratin8tor attempted to do the impossible this week and find a connection between Alan Moore's Watchmen and Lauren Faust's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Did he succeed? Well, read for yourself:
In Fifth Place: Gurning Chimp gives his slightly intoxicated thoughts on why having a holiday in Cambodia is the perfect way to counteract Facebook activists (with a title like that, why wouldn't I steal it to write down the description):
In Fourth Place: Moviefan12 and Jason on the House teamed up to take a look at another one of Disney's Classic Shorts, the Old Mill:
In Third Place: BigBlackHatMan takes yet another look at the one, the only, Johnny Cash and his American Recordings IV: The Man Comes Around album:
And the winner, of Outstanding Blog of the Week, is...
Remember not a mere 163 odd words ago that it was a close run race this week? Well I wasn't joking, because we have two winners tied for first place. Yes once again we have two brilliant blogs taking out the top spot.
KevinG reminisces about his top 10 favourite Hey Arnold episodes, a show that he'd previously talked about in one of their other blogs. It's a long read, yes, but it's nice to see A fan talking about a series from the past that still has some gems hidden away for those willing to go back and watch that old series. You can find it here:
Meanwhile richb takes a look at one of the best actors to ever be in the movies and the staggering amount of roles this man has played. Some may know him from Star Trek III, others from Who Framed Roger Rabbit, maybe even from The Addams Family or Angels in the Outfield (two films I didn't remember he was in till I read the blog). But without a doubt we all know him from his spell-binding role as the madcap Doc Brown in the Back to the Future series. Yes it's a tribute to Christopher Llyod and you can find it here:
So there we have it. The Outstanding Content of the Week. Don't forget that you too can be in the running by going to this link:
Congratulations to all the nominations and winners and till next time. Express Yourself.
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