Anyone else here been following it? It's perhaps the most dieselpunk show on tv right now and, damn, it's good. You don't have to have watched the previous series, Avatar: The Last Airbender to get…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Atterton Jul 14, 2014.
For me, I think, was the Indiana Jones movies. The first movie that I vaguely remember watching in the cinemas was Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. I was about 4 then. I say vaguely because, other…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Matthew Seibel Mar 15, 2012.
Joshua Pfeiffer a.k.a. DJ Fact.50, of Vernian Process fame, has released a mix of great dieselpunk music in honor of International Dieselpunk Day. Featuring tracks by Christopher L. Stone, Jerry Goldsmith, In The Nursery, Two Steps From Hell, Jean Michel Jarre and more, this'll be a great mix to listen to whenever you're in the dieselpunk…Continue
Change is a constant force in our lives. Technologies change. Tastes change. One minute, people appreciate your talent, the next, you're outdated, an instant anachronism. But that doesn't mean you don't have talent anymore. This is the theme of The Artist, a film by French director Michel Hazanavicius that is itself…Continue
The above video is an omnibus collection containing several episodes of this classic cartoon. Featured in this collection are these episodes: "The Arctic Giant", "Billion Dollar Limited", "The Bulleteers", "Destruction Inc.", "Japoteurs", "Jungle Drums", "The Magnetic Telescope", "The Mechanical Monsters", "Volcano", and "Secret Agent"
The following films…Continue
I saw this yesterday, and I thought it might be of interest to the Dieselpunk community. It's an unabashedly retro-styled, old-fashioned, somewhat subversive film about the Tuskegee Airmen and their service during WWII. It paints these men as true heroes in a way that you do not see very often in films nowadays. Not to say that the main characters do not have their…Continue