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The Lake by Stone Falcon Productions is one of the creepiest, most succinct horror machinima in the history of WoW fan films. Featuring an appropriately irreverent and annoying chief of staff, an intrepid reporter, and plenty of anxious local villagers, The Lake is well worth the watch. We've fe...

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May 3, 2014 at 6:00PM
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The Wolvar are one of my favorite parts of Wrath of the Lich King, and I'm darn happy that they're finally getting their moment in the sun. Stone Falcon Productions has brought the love for Wolvar to the public in their mockumentary called Among the Badger Men. Among the Badger Men is an amaz...

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Things You Need is a submission to the machinima category of the 48 Hour Film Project by Stone Falcon Productions, Oblivious Films, and Slashdance. It's a little raucous, and a little rowdy, so your mileage on this film is going to vary according to your taste. It's the story of a down-trodden gn...

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Although the BlizzCon movie contest was hardly publicized at all -- no press releases about the contest or the winners -- it yielded the cream of the WoW machinima crop so we will be featuring the winning movies here at WoW Moviewatch for the next few days. The winner in each category, as well ...

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Life's a beach, and this orc is ready to party, in Beach Party 2: Endless Waves. When he moves to a new town, he thinks he'll never make friends, but then he stumbles onto the beach. Between surfing, saving the local hangout, and dancing the night away, his summer schedule is suddenly full, an...

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Before Snacky's Journal, there was Beach Party 2. When an orc moves to a new town, he never thinks he'll have fun -- until he ends up on the beach. Soon he's making friends, surfing, partying, and even finding romance. Dating back to November 2006, it's a throwback to the silly beach-themed fi...

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Lifeskool highlighted machinima as part of their Gametrotting series last year. According to Jun Falkenstein, of Stone Falcon Productions, those interviewed were asked to speak to the audience as if they'd never heard of this emerging medium. While most coverage of gaming and machinima tends to miss...

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Jun Falkenstein recently blogged about a machinima documentary that she was in last summer. When I checked it out, I was surprised to see the all-star crew of machinimators that they assembled for it. They were asked to explain machinima as if the audience had never heard, or seen, of it. In the vid...

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With the Snacky's Journal Episode 4 teaser released yesterday, I guess I'm feeling a bit nostalgic. This award-winning series, by Stone Falcon Productions, is about a gnome rogue, Snacky, and his night elf friend, Angie. They get into all sorts of trouble together, including murloc mishaps, weight t...

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Snacky's Journal, the award-winning series by Stone Falcon Productions, may be coming to a close soon. Jun Falkenstein, the creator of the series, has taken on a job directing a sci-fi film. However, she released this teaser for Snacky 4 yesterday. It looks like Episode 4 may bring Snacky a girlfrie...

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We like this machinima not only because it's made by one of our favorite machinima studios, Stone Falcon Productions, but also because it's set in City of Heroes, which seems to have a rather limited machinima community. Though The Revenge of Dr. Mechanico, like most of Stone Falcon's pieces, is a...

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