1. The Texas Cornflake Massacre Test


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    This is no MusicVideo, but a rehersal for one. We just wanted to test, if our idea of shooting an awesome oldschool cornflake Zombie-Flick would work out. I guess it does!! Hopefully. Be sure to check out the badass music of "Texas Cornflake Massacre" here: www.texascornflakemassacre.com And my "Instagram" site as well: instagram.com/nrnscalisthenics Filmed on a "Panasonic GH1".

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    • The TrampThing 2.0


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      If you wanna see more "TrampSkateBoarding" and especially "Calisthenics/Street Workout" related videos and/or photographs, check me out on Instagram: @nrnscalisthenics

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      • The Alchemist of Montenegro - A Gothic Parable


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        A Gothic parable about the consequences of immortality. An alchemist races against the plague to find the key to immortality, but will it be enough to save him? Winner of the Critics Choice Award at Fangoria Magazine's Come To Daddy festival and Official Selection to the Jerome Film Festival, Arizona Filmmaker Showcase, the Independent Filmmakers Convention and more. For more information: www.theater13.com facebook.com/theater13

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        • Travelogue: Dog Days In Denver


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          The end of August is always a great time for adventure, no matter where you are. My girl (http://lindihop.tumblr.com/http://lindihop.tumblr.com/) and I decided to hit a new city and Denver seemed like a reasonable option. Our good friends Cait and Alex were kind enough to lend us their apartment and dog for the weekend. My morning routine quickly became exploring the Capitol Hill neighborhood with Annee. She showed me around Civic Center Park, the state capitol building, the Denver Art Museum, and a few more hidden treasures. She's a pretty great guide for a dog. The girl and I decided to get out of the city for an afternoon and Garden of the Gods sounded like it was probably the coolest option possible. We were right. Cool weather, giant rock spires, dangerous situations. With the exception of a foolish sunburn, it was near perfect adventuring. Back in Denver we had a farewell dinner with Cait and Alex at Lowdown, said bye to Annee, and headed off for Union Station. www.Theater13.com

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          • High Framerate Funday


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            A perfect day with skateboarding and friends. It can´t be any better.. Check out: furiaskateboarding.tumblr.com

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            • Chris Heck pulling off a new Trick for Fun


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              That´s how it´s gonna be!!

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              • Travelogue: Come To Toronto


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                In July I was invited by Fangoria magazine to show my short film The Alchemist of Montenegro at a special screening in Toronto called "Come to Daddy". I met up with my good friend (and frequent adventurer) Kyle in Buffalo, NY and we headed north. Our first stop was a beautiful campsite on Lake Ontario. I'm not usually one for sleeping in a tent but it was really nice to unplug for a while and soak in the wildlife. The next morning we woke to the silhouettes of the Toronto skyline across the lake and headed out on our journey. The summer prior I had stopped in Niagara Falls (http://youtu.be/MWJUPKNGFRA) and discovered a few hidden gems. There is a great view of the falls from an off-limits spot where they project light onto the falls at night. We found my favorite onion ring spot had closed since I was last there so we tried out the Regal Diner. I'm pretty sure the entire menu consisted of cheeseburgers and Coke products, but you wouldn't hear a complaint from Kyle or I about that. Kyle had somehow managed to get us a comped hotel room in downtown Toronto with a pool on the roof. We hit the city with very few plans, as usual, but discovered a few cool locations. Notably, The Monkey's Paw, a book store specializing in rare and unusual books. The highlight of the store is the Biblio-Mat; a one-of-it's-kind random book dispenser. I picked up a little chapbook titled "Stories of Tramp Life". It seemed appropriate. Fangoria's "Come To Daddy" screening was held at a neighborhood bar at 3030 Dundas. It wasn't without a few hiccups but we got to see a lot of great short films from around the world and our film, The Alchemist of Montenegro, was awarded the Critic's Choice. The drive back to the United States brought undoubtedly the highlight of our trip and a perfect representation of why I travel. We found a half-sunken ship. I'm not kidding. A straight out of the Goonies half sunken pirate ship. Naturally, Kyle and I swam out to it and explored for a while. Some rusted cables hanging from the mast made for a perfect rope swing and a local kid even swam out to join us. All in all a very Tom & Huck moment, exactly what traveling is for.

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                • The Ordinary Madness


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                  a video-portrait about my friend Serij Artosis.

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                  • One Day in the Alps in One Minute


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                    Guess what?! Timelappppsssseeeee..

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                    • The TrampThing


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                      Me, having fun in the garden. Yeah!!

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