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Friday Film Fest: I don’t think that means what you think it does.

So I fell asleep on the couch last night and never got this put together. Apologies and here we go…

The lead video made the rounds this past week including a link on Drudge. I agree with one of the commentors on YouTube that this is a better example of precision robotic movement than true swordfighting, but it is cool nonetheless.

Below the jump we have a time lapse of forging a parang, building a campcraft chair with a CRKT Hoodwork, a really neat video on how to craft a wooden utility knife, and a news story from ABC News about a knife attack at the New London, CT submarine base.

If you all ever come across something that you think we should feature in a future Film Fest, please send it my way. (thetruthaboutknives@gmail.com). Thanks.

 

I like the way he leaves the sound in the time lapse. The staccato sound of the hammer is really cool. I’d love to see a video completing the blade.

I am definitely going to recreate that in a future knife review. Stay tuned.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4QGOu4-LZ0

I like that. Some precision small-scale woodwork there.

 

Finally, I can’t believe I missed this one. Bonus story about everyone’s favorite knife-wielding psychopaths, Isis. Too bad it wasn’t interrupted by a Hellfire missile.

 

Have a great Sunday everyone.

 

 

Discussion

3 responses to ‘Friday Film Fest: I don’t think that means what you think it does.

  1. In that third video, I love that vice and combination sander. I like the Adirondack style chair in the first one too. I just might have to spend a little time on Youtube know. Thanks Clay.

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