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You’re chasing the biggest storm in your lifetime. A storm that threatens to tear the one of the world’s most iconic cities to shreds. You wade through rapidly-rising water as police cars fly by, when all of a sudden, the power goes out, and you are one of 8.2 million people plunged into darkness. You’re in the middle of Hurricane Sandy. Welcome to Monday Night Web Movie.
TEDxSydney was on last Saturday, and it was a big ideas-fest for smart people from all over the world. In-between each speaker, clever, insightful and often heartwarming videos were played. You can watch all of them right here. Welcome to Monday Night Web Movie.
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Here’s a blast from the past: the story of the man who climbed Sydney’s tallest building, way back in 1986. Welcome to Monday Night Web Movie.
Picture this: you invent a time-travel device and you’re on your way to meet with some very important people about it, when all of a sudden, you’re jumped by your older self, who tells you that by taking the meeting, you inadvertantly kill hundreds of people because of what you created. Can you destroy your greatest creation? Welcome to Monday Night Web Movie.
As a shooter, BioShock Infinite isn’t that great. People came for the story and world, and that’s what most people seem to have loved and have taken away from the experience. Naturally, then, somebody went and made a video including only BioShock Infinite‘s “best” bits.
Sometimes you just want to rest your eyeballs. So you look out your window and are reminded that you live in a city or a depressing suburb or something. So then you watch nature videos.
Far Cry 3 seems to have spawned more real-life YouTube videos than gameplay videos. Here’s a half-hour clip of Far Cry 3 in real-life starring Christopher Mintz-Plasse of Superbad-fame and some of the most harrowing scenes I have ever seen.
Australian singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko’s dreamy voice and soulful tunes are the best way to unwind after a long start to the week, so for tonight’s Monday Night Web Movie, we’re bringing you her live performance at the Sydney Opera House right here on Gizmodo.