If you’re getting bored with the predictable plot lines and subdued drama of American soaps, you need Indian cable. Kasamh Se is the “Die Hard” of daytime television and the lead actress, Etka Kapoor, is like Bruce Willis without all the big budget explosions to help her out. I don’t even speak the language and I was on the edge of my seat watching this. Regardless, I think the sound effects and extreme crash zooms are what won me over. Take note wimpy American actors, this is how you create real drama. Mad props to Balaji Telefilms for finally giving an affair with an estranged conjoined twin brother the production value it deserves.
I know, I know. We write about Gangnam Style a lot. But who can blame us when the song is so catchy and PSY’s moves are contagious?
So in another installment of Gangnam Style videos, this witty person had decided to take the music out of the original and replace it with sound effects.
And I must say, it’s very realistic!
This Walrus E.T. was named after his uncanny resemblance to the movie alien. Here he sputtering, whistling and growling his way through vocalizations at the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium. He should be paid for making movie sound effects.
Favourite comment goes to deckterrorist: “i am going to sample his vocals on my new dubstep album.” We’d love to hear that.
Hollywood directors only need to look as far as Daniel Jovanovic to get the right sound effects for car chases.
Performing “Human Car Sounds” on Australia’s Got Talent, this 19-year-old impersonates the sounds of a F1 pit stop, Buzdby and a V8 Torana.
Proving that he can impersonate just about any vehicle to the very last note, I think someone needs to hire him immediately to provide sound effects for the next big action movie.