Really enjoyed the trailer, Bob. Maybe not a great "theatrical" trailer since it's essentially a condensed narrative of the Golden Age arc (and long, but I assume that's to show off some of your splicing), but it's enjoyable for those already familiar with the series. What was the music selection? I thought it brought a really nice tone to the whole thing.ApostleBob said:I just created a trailer for the Redux project. Very much in the spirit of Gone Girl and the Social Network trailers.
ApostleBob said:Glad you enjoyed it. I’ve seen so many AMVs that focus just on the violence and action of the series, and I wanted to focus on something that I feel like is often under represented: The amazing character development of the series.
Definitely. It all felt much more dramatic this way. It's a refreshing change from screeching guitars and screaming choirs.ApostleBob said:The song is called “Vengeance” by Zack Hemsey from “The Equalizer” soundtrack. I felt like it had a good foreboding tone, with an almost inevitable march toward doom without being too overbearing. I like how simple it is.
Do u have a link to these footage? or to the program?ApostleBob said:This being said, I have a request from the SK community. I currently have very high res versions of both the movies and the anime that will be included. In addition to this, there is a very small amount at the very end of the fourth film that includes some footage of the Test footage that the studio used to convince Miura to allow them to make the movies. This includes some Black swordsman fight footage, as well as Griffith in his Post Albion armor. This all comes from a half hour japanese program promoting the release of the first movie, which is mainly interviews. The resolution I have on this is SD and a little compressed at that. Does anyone have a higher res version of this? I know there was a Download for it back in the day.
Does anyone know of any high quality versions of either of those commercials?Walter said:On top of that there is of course the footage shown during the commercials ahead of the release of the first movie. Those show Guts as Black Swordsman chopping through some HICKs in vol 16 and of course Griffth presumably on the Hill of Swords.
Sorry to hear that, man. I know you've been working hard on it for quite some time now, so I hope that it gets to stay up.ApostleBob said:I recently received a Vimeo notice to remove Berserk Redux as they view it as a movie rip. This was always a possibility and I get their perspective. I'm going to try to appeal this as it's not a rip but a blending of 25 episodes and three movies into a four movie long fan edit distinctly different from the original. I don't hold out much hope though, so if you want to view it, you likely have only a day or so to before it is no longer available. We'll see how the appeal goes. Thanks for the feedback so far.