Why Watch? Here’s one for the video game lovers. A giant glob of pixels escapes from a television Samara-style and attacks the city in creative ways. From Space Invaders turning taxis into cubists piles of waste to Pac-Man chomping his way down the subway, the concept here is clever and the execution is peerless (although it’s got a Pes-feel about it).

This may be the best end of the world scenario ever conceived.

What Will It Cost? Just 2 minutes of your time.

Does it get better any better than that?

Check out Pixels for yourself:

PIXELS (2010)

Directed By: Patrick Jean

Trust us. You have time for more short films.


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