Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Moonshine Movies Presents AVX01 - Transambient|
Actors: Justin Eade, Visual Cortex
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Musicals & Performing Arts
Moonshine Movies presents AV:X, the Audio Visual Xperience that comes from the fusion of film and electronic music. Transambient's organic visual mixes open a new chapter in film-making. Taking you on a journey through the... more »
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Good but a missed opportunity
A. Price | watertown, ma United States | 12/18/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"As a video, I expected much more. The visuals are too repetitive and seem to be just thrown together. There is way too much use of the "zoom around a single frame" effect in order to fill time. With that said, it is still a fun experience and some tracks are good, but it could have been awesome if they spent more time on it.
As an audio-dvd, the music fares better. I often listen to this DVD through my stereo while just hanging around the apartment or cleaning.
This is a great idea, but somewhere it has to have been done better.."
Truly a mind expanding journey
Trey | Austin, TX | 10/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the best movie to trip to I have come across yet. I sat for the whole hour and a half with the most intense feelings of joy and wonder. Each scene seems to have an overall message of unity. -many, many brain orgasms."
ed verdick | 01/08/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"music: generic fluffy trancey wallpaper and preset jungle beats, completely forgettable. here and there some of the ambient parts were nice, then right back into canned beats.
visuals: ten or twenty years ago this might have blown me away. now it looks like a teenager got a DV camera for his/her birthday and a bunch of speed and decided to make a random spew of unremarkable imagery. totally random, no flow whatsoever, just spastic, flailing about like a fish on the sand. perhaps 5% of the imagery was worth seeing again, but that's hardly worth sitting through the rest of it. in this age of easy access to powerful tools, there's no excuse for putting amateur stuff like this on DVD. keep looking."