Various - cinematic dubstep vol. 1


At the 1:17 mark, there's a glimpse of something traveling towards the Earth. It looks like nothing as much as a planet exploding in slow motion, although there's a close-up shot that reveals a particular hexagonal texture that is then repeated at 1:25 coming together, instead of separating. In fact, looking back at the 1:17 scene again, it almost looks as if the planet is about to swallow the Earth … which raises the obvious question — will this finally be the movie that introduces Unicron to the live-action movie mythology?

1899, "a movie hall," from French cinéma , shortened from cinématographe "motion picture projector and camera," coined 1890s by Lumiere brothers, who invented it, from Latinized form of Greek kinemat- , comb. form of kinema "movement," from kinein "to move" (see cite ) + graphein "to write" (see -graphy ). Meaning "movies collectively, especially as an art form" recorded by 1914. Cinéma vérité is 1963, from French.


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