Jon questions Davis’ motives, leading to increased tension. Falling ill, Jon flashes back as we see moments of his past, including the death of his wife. Davis leaves Fairfield in search of Sanctuary, Jon and Darcy now man the outpost alone.
When our heroes go wilding one night in a stolen vehicle, their shenanigans end in MURDER! Someone knows their secret, someone knows they’re scared, and someone knows what they did last Thursday! And this secret may kill them all! Remember, if you’re going to run over the truth, make sure it… stays… runned over. And will The Reaper be there to pick up the pieces…? Hang on to your ballsacks, True Believers!
Will Darby listen to an evil version of himself?
Chad encounters and attacks two aliens while travelling alone. At Fairfield, the military receives strange signals over their radio, leading them into a nearby forest where they confront an alien.
When the shelf gets a new action figure in a box, the question becomes, “To open, or not to open.” Experience the collector’s dilemma on today’s episode of Shelf Life!
Okay, I admit it… I haven’t a clue. I was okay right up to the point where he said, “Now the problem is easy!”
Clear, concise steps taken by this particular filmmaker in the making of his animated movie. You will be making a wise investment of approximately 5 minutes in watching this tutorial film. Think of it as an act of knowledge reinforcement.
This video gives a quick breakdown on the steps it takes to make a short animated movie, in a way that’s easy to understand.
It is based on my own experience of making “Food For Thought” (vimeo.com/63603205), a short animated film I made at SVA.
The newly formed group comes upon an abandoned outpost known as Fairfield. The group makes friends with Carl, an eccentric man living at the outpost. Upon a battle with Infiltrators, Davis decides to set up a base at Fairfield. Chad doesn’t agree with the decision to follow the military, and sets out on his own path.
The Kid sets up our intrepid “heroes” in the backyard for a little harmless target practice, but there’s no full metal jacket to keep them warm in this Hanoi Hilton because war is hell, this is no Hamburger Hill, and the fact that the casualties of war in this platoon were not born on the fourth of July is a bright and shining lie.
Three’s company too!