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John Carpenter’s NIGHT music video directed by Gavin Hignight & Ben Verhulst

Concrete World creator and writer Gavin Hignight had the chance to take legendary filmmaker John Carpenter into a Virtual Reality dreamscape.  Teaming up with filmmaker Ben Verhulst, the two produced the video below.

The video is for the song NIGHT which is from John Carpenter’s first album of non soundtrack work LOST THEMES which is available on Sacred Bones Records as digital download and also on gorgeous vinyl.

Posted by on April 25th, 2015 No Comments

Chappie… true cyberpunk, true science fiction

I watched Chappie last night.  It was such an uncomfortable film experience.  But I think that is very much the point.  The world we have made, and the monsters it makes… or that we make.  So many important themes are touched in this sci fi film.  Honestly, maybe not the best film.  Maybe not Neill Blomkamp’s best… but just so incredible on so many levels.  And frustrating. But as said, I think that was the point.  It’s a sociology lesson, a noir and a very realistic  glimpse into a near future.

I don’t want to oversell it.  But I recommend it. There is a real void, a vacuum if you will, of true science fiction films hitting theaters. And this film is truly science fiction. We need more movies like this.

A spectacular cast, playing a variety of characters… none of which I’m sure I even cared for. But once again, kind of the point of the film.  If we are to create AI, and that AI learns from us… well, heaven have mercy on us all.

You can see many of the films influences. But that doesn’t take away from the strong message and original thinking behind it.  The near worship of Die Antwoord in the film is also distracting at points, but they are as much part of the cyberpunk story-telling in the film as the directors script or Chappie himself.  I couldn’t help walking away from the film pondering them as much as I pondered the message.

If there was one director I could choose to make a Concrete World film it would be Neill Blomkamp, he continues to amaze the hell out of me.

Posted by on March 12th, 2015 No Comments

Concrete World final HIATUS

 

Hello Everyone!  The bad news first… We have to go on a two-month hiatus.  While we don’t want to do this… especially as we enter into the final chapter of The Concrete World, we need to step back for a couple months.  Art is being completed for the comic.  At the same time Gavin, the writer and creator, is going into production on a TV project he’s been developing the last couple of years… and since there are so few hours in the day already to get this work done, we made the choice to do one final hiatus of The Concrete World before we bring you the FINALE!!!!

Thanks for your patience and more importantly thanks for your readership!

 

We’ll be back soon… with the END… (?)

 

 

Posted by on December 16th, 2014 No Comments

Pre-Cyberpunk Short Film, FIST by Gavin Hignight

 

Concrete World creator and writer Gavin Hignight has just launched a new short film online.  It’s a mix of science fiction, horror and animal rights. You can watch the film below.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FILM

Mark Smitt has just signed up for a five-day medical research study to make some quick cash… but will the following experiment not only be the end of his personal freedom… but his very life?

Starring JD Mendonca and David Dean Bottrell

Posted by on October 18th, 2014 No Comments

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 30th Anniversary Artshow Gallery Nucleus

I had the pleasure of attending Gallery Nucleus and Nickelodeons Anniversary Art Show for Ninja Turtles 30th!!!

There was mutagen, pizza and good times!

Oh… and great art from numerous artists including current show creator Ciro Nieli.

Here are some pics!

Posted by on July 15th, 2014 No Comments

Guest Artist: Dorian Lopez for The Concrete World

Los Angeles based illustrator Dorian Lopez gives us his take on Paulie and Felix with this great pencil art! Stay tuned for more awesome art from Dorian for The Concrete World.

Posted by on June 22nd, 2014 No Comments

Concrete World on the Defective Geeks Podcast! Audio at its nerdiest.

James and myself are guests this week on the Defective Geeks Podcast!

It was super fun to hangout and talk about movies, comics, toys and general geekdom!

You can listen HERE!!

A big thanks to Dianne and Giselle for being the hostesses with the mostesses.

Posted by on June 9th, 2014 No Comments

Pre CYBERpunk, Shortfilm FIST, by Gavin Hignight is complete

Hello Everyone, in addition to writing comics and animation I have been playing with some live action projects this last year or so… which leads me to FIST.

FIST is… for lack of a better way to put it, Sci Fi, Horror and Animal Rights all wrapped up into one little short film.

We produced it this last year and its about to start making festival rounds. Like The Concrete World, it deals with the human price that can be paid due to the forwarding of technology for “human benefit”.

The film will also soon have an online premiere. Please stay tuned.

FIST on IMDB

Posted by on June 7th, 2014 No Comments

Liz Brizzi at Thinkspace Gallery, ADRIFT

It just so happens that one of my favorite artists working out of the Los Angeles art scene also happens to be a former coworker and friend. Liz Brizzi! Here are some images from her solo show at Thinkspace last night! I should really, really get a piece of her art before I can’t afford it! Hope these urban fantasy-scapes light your imagination as much as they do mine. Would love to work with her on something for The Concrete World one day.


LC from Thinkspace

Artist Liz Brizzi

Posted by on April 27th, 2014 No Comments

WONDERCON 2014 Anaheim California comics, cosplay and photos

Just got back from an awesome weekend at Wondercon. The Comic-Con that’s still for comic fans! Here are some photos from the weekend. Hope you enjoy!


Don’t mess with this Judge.


Even those protecting us within the walls need a lunch break.


Perfect.


These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.


Love this cosplay! You might recognize Rose Ivy Wallace from our live drawing night at Meltdown comics!


Our pal Black Canary


Love this! The photo doesn’t do it justice.


Maybe my favorite cosplay of the the event… The three loves of Indiana Jones.


Han shot first… obviously


Tanya Twins! Street Fighter cosplay at its best squared.


Our buddy Jonathan London from geekscape!


Titan!!


Our pals from Fanboy Comics! Had a good time visiting their booth.


Sailor Scouts!


So freaking awesome.


Like father, like son.


Captain America had an amazing army there!

Posted by on April 21st, 2014 No Comments