"Opened in 1995, Yurikamome was one of the first fully-automated railways to open in Japan. Running from Shimbashi to Toyusu, the line travels past some of Tokyo's famous landmarks, including the giant Daikanransha Ferris Wheel. Vimeo / YouTube user darwinfish105 has created a hyperlapse — like a timelapse, but taken from a non-stationary viewpoint — video aboard a Yurikamone train, and the result is pretty spectacular."
Them's fighting words. The first "Evil Dead" scared the bejeezus out of me. Man I hope this remake does well... but somehow I don't think it'll knock people's socks off. After all, the 80's didn't have movies like "A Serbian Film" or "The Human Centipede".
NYC Dark: a different kind of time-lapse. "Seeing lower Manhattan without power was a surreal experience. This is traditionally a city that never sleeps. One in which the lights are always on. One that is always bustling with people. When the lights went out it was wholly different."