Brickfilm of the Week: The Peril of Doc Ock

Brickfilm of the Week Mar 20, 2015

This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is The Peril of Doc Ock by Tony Mines and Tim Drage.

This was it. This was the moment that many brickfilmers got their  first taste of just how expansive, dynamic, cinematic and professional  brickfilms could look. Sure, Tony Mines and Tim Drage has made other  great brickfilms before, most of them for the LEGO Company, but The Peril of Doc Ock is  arguably the first professionally-produced brickfilm that captured the  adrenaline-pumping action of a Hollywood blockbuster. Released in 2004, The Peril of Doc Ock made  a big splash in the brickfilm community, and influenced many  brickfilmings including Zach “MindGame” Macias. Tony Mines and Tim  Drage, the talent behind Spite Your Face Productions, also created  brickfilms like All of the Dead and One: A Space Odyssey before getting their big LEGO break with Monty Python and the Holy Grail in LEGO. This grabbed the attention of The LEGO Group, and Spite Your Face went on to make The Han Solo Affair and The Peril of Doc Ock for The LEGO Group.

Watch The Peril of Doc Ock on YouTube, and then head over to the spoilery discussion thread to discuss with your fellow brickfilmers!

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