Vids I Dig 100: Shadiversity: Why Evil Rey’s Swiss Army Double-Bladed Lightsaber is Horrible

From Shadiversity’s YouTube description: With the recent Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker teaser trailer released at D23 we see an evil dark side Rey and a new folding double-bladed red lightsaber and I’m going to explain why it makes no sense at all from a practical perspective.

Vids I Dig 096: Filmento: Godzilla: King of the Monsters – The Second Side of Evil

From Filmento’s YouTube description: Godzilla: King of the Monsters is yet another big blockbuster flop of the year 2019, even with everyone’s favorite Millie Bobbie Brown at the front. And that’s actually sad to hear, because this movie is the perfect example of how to properly make these massive Hollywood monster creature movies. In today’s family friendly PG episode of Youtube’s favorite show Film Perfection, let’s see how Godzilla 2 handles its ancient titan monsters and ties them into its human characters, in a way that results in one unified experience. Now I just need a movie about that Leviathan titan monster, Titanus Leviathan or whatever.

Vids I Dig 090: Razörfist: Film Noirchives: ‘Blade Runner’

From The Rageaholic/Razörfist’s YouTube description: To celebrate a Decade of Rage, Razör’s favorite film of all time finally gets the Noirchives treatment: Film Noir and Sci-Fi collide, creating an example of the best of both.

But is it truly Noir? And how did on-set struggles and behind-the-scenes conflict inform this apocalyptic masterpiece?

We need the old Blade Runner. We need the magic.

Vids I Dig 083: Filmento: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’: How to Manipulate the Audience

From Filmento’s YouTube description: Alita: Battle Angel is yet another new release that struggles to introduce an over-arching goal-heavy plot. And yet, unlike so many others, it still manages to be a a great movie worthy of a sequel, mainly because of one word: manipulation. The movie excels in using certain narrative tools to make the audience fall in love with Alita so strongly that all the other problems in it simply vanish. In today’s episode of Film Perfection, let’s see what these tools are and how they function.

Will there be Alita: Battle Angel 2? I hope so.