1. [HD] Eldon Cloud x Droid Sector - Outer Space (Binary Plague Dubstep remix) [music video]


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    [HD] Eldon Cloud x Droid Sector - Outer Space (Binary Plague Dubstep remix) [music video] http://www.facebook.com/officialeldoncloud http://twitter.com/eldoncloud http://soundcloud.com/eldoncloud http://myspace.com/princecloud http://www.facebook.com/pages/Droid-Sector/354163545050 http://twitter.com/droidsector_req http://soundcloud.com/droid-sector http://myspace.com/droidsectordub

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    • DAV Movie - M Irshad 25319


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      • Fright Asylum Episode 311


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        Fright Asylum Episode 311 reviews "Fractured" (2015), "Area 51" (2015), "Plague" (2015), and "The Badger Game" (2014) ... an awesome Trailer ... and some funny Bloopers ... Enjoy. www.frightasylum.com

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        • Phoenix


          from Sam Toller Added 9 0 0

          A radio play in the most literal sense. In a post apocalyptic world, Manny attempts to communicate via radio signals. Eve emerges from the darkness of the radio silence to answer Manny's burning question: What brought civilisation to its knees? And can it rise again?

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          • The Crimson Plague


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            A short film starring... Lee Workman - as the first bitten, Stan Bowman - as test subject EBA-013, Directed by Sterling Lane, Make Up by Julia Emerald and Jessi Gambardella, FX Effects by April Kaszer. Shot entirely on location in the Highlands, Atlanta, GA.

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            • Dr Plague -Intro-


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              Este vídeo muestra los créditos ficticios para una posible serie de televisión. I made this video for a class project as the titles of a fake TV serial. Video: Ana Aguirre Music: Opeth

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              • A Journal of the Plague Year, curated by Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero


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                A Journal of the Plague Year, curated by Cosmin Costinas (left) and Inti Guerrero (right) Artists: Ai Weiwei, Asco, Bernd Behr, Natalia Sui-hung Chan, Oscar Chan Yik Long, Yin-Ju Chen, George Chinnery, Megan Cope, Sergio de La Torre, Dung Kai-cheung, Larry Feign, James T. Hong, Rustam Khalfin, Kevin Killian, Henry Kiyama, Irene Kopelman, Firenze Lai, Lam Qua, Dorothea Lange, Lee Kit, Len Lye, Gabriel Leung, Ma Liuming, Paul McCarthy, Fionnuala McHugh, Moe Satt, Josef Ng, Nguyen Tan Hoang, Yoshua Okón, Pak Sheung Chuen, Lygia Pape, Para/Site Art Criticism Class 2003, Anand Patwardhan, Raymond Pettibon, Jack Spicer, Shooshie Sulaiman, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Adrian Wong, Ming Wong, Ricky Yeung Sau-churk, Samson Young, Zuni Icosahedron/Mathias Woo & Edward Lam A Journal of the Plague Year was first shown at Para Site, Hong Kong during the summer of 2013. Conceived as a touring exhibition, its center of gravity shifts under the influence of magnetic forces in each location on its itinerary. Nevertheless, each iteration departs from and remains strongly connected to an exploration of the events that affected Hong Kong in the spring of 2003: the most significant airborne epidemic in recent years–the SARS crisis–coupled with the tragic death of pop figure and pan-Asian icon Leslie Cheung. Stemming from its colonial past, Hong Kong has internalized a history of epidemics and representation as an infected land waiting to be conquered from nature, disease, and oriental habits in order to be made healthy, modern, and profitable. Culminating in the discovery of the bacteria causing the plague during an 1894 epidemic in Hong Kong, these narratives contributed to a dubious association of the disease with Asia, and heightened the infamous "yellow peril" racist discourse in Europe and America at the time. For example, San Francisco’s plague epidemic of 1900-1904 was centralized in its Chinatown, and was part of the same epidemic wave that affected Hong Kong. These facts, together with the virulent racism in California at the time, further intensified the association between disease and Asian populations. Departing from these events, A Journal of the Plague Year navigates disparate but interconnected narratives in order to contribute to a critical discussion about recent history, the implications of which extend beyond Hong Kong and beyond the realm of medicine. Through the contributions of artists, shown alongside historical artifacts and pop-culture ephemera, the exhibition confronts fear of contamination (both physiological and cultural) and the projections and prejudices that emerge from societies that encounter alterity. The exhibition also gathers documentation of a selection of performances that have destabilized mechanisms of hatred and politics of differentiation, which are based on dehumanizing the body of ‘the other’. This experience is perpetually fabricated everywhere, especially in societies where immigrants were and are still frequently represented as pests, as a disease that sickens the homogenous social body. Each of these performance pieces, places the fragile but individualized human body on the frontline at various moments of historical transformation and rupture and in different corners of the globe: the identity struggles of Chicano communities in the US in the 1970’s; the highly insecure Hong Kong of the 1980s, foreshadowing its handover to Mainland China; China itself during its traumatic post-Tiananmen years; Singapore and the last chapters of the Lee Kuan Yew era; Kazakhstan at the dawn of nationhood and after the fall of the Soviet Union; and finally, Myanmar amidst its current transformation, under the specter of a possible democracy and growing rejection of Muslims. Anti-Chinese sentiments, which are still strongly present in the public sphere of Hong Kong (its anti-Mainland China variation being one facet of the more general anti-Chinese complex), as well as in other parts of Asia, are addressed through a historical framework that includes the Western world’s anti-Chinese immigration prejudices during the early 20th century. California and San Francisco were deeply affected by these prejudices, through the history of Chinese immigration in relation to the Gold Rush, the 19th century railway construction in the Western United States, and the subsequent Chinese Exclusion Act. These events make this exhibition highly relevant in a context that has not entirely moved beyond the stereotypes of its past centuries, even as it finds itself ever more deeply entangled in an emerging Asia-Pacific geopolitics of power. The exhibition thus visits and revisits the traces of such prejudices in California today and their contemporary cultural significance, while considering a wider picture of immigration in the US and its current processes of othering. Curators: Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero Research Collaborators: Marie Martraire and Xiaoyu Weng Photography: Jeff Warrin

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                • The Great Plague - award winning drama-documentary


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                  This is a shortened version of the acclaimed drama-documentary that won the Best History award at the Royal Television Society Awards in 2002. I was the composer. I know that many of us involved in the production of this film consider it among our finest work, not least because it gave a voice who have no voice - the poor, those largely ignored by history, those abandoned to their fate by those with money or power in 1665. For me as composer the key was to give the characters a voice. Drama-documentaries often feature a mute cast who can often be little more than generic types. Singing was therefore absolutely central to the score. While this 40 minute version is only a part of the story it does give a sense of the narrative and the horrors visited on the inhabitants of an alley in London in that fateful year of 1665 when the bubonic plague ravaged the population of London. You can see and hear more of my work at http://www.drinkmeproductions.co.uk

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                  • E.N.D.The.Movie | Teaser trailer #2


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                    "END - The Movie" is a brand-new zombie horror feature film. It is a eight-handed job by Federico Greco, Domiziano Cristopharo, Luca Alessandro and Allegra Bernardoni. The film is produced with the contribute, support or goodwill of: CINETEATRO, The Enchanted Architect, Logical Art. In collaboration with Megapixell. April 2015.

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                    • Green Plague


                      from DJ Mike Nasty Added 28 0 0

                      Song by Kidd Insight. Visuals by DJ Mike Nasty.

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