Sunday, November 1, 2015

Fake Blood

There are many ways to make the screen bleed – in this Filmmaker IQ lesson John P Hess dissects the history of fake blood from its origins in the Theater to modern recipes for making characters bleed on screen.



On Saturday, Celtic ruthlessly dismissed Aberdeen 3-1 and in the process trampled underfoot the notion that the Dons could threaten the defense of their Scottish Premiership title.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Once again it was the outstanding Leigh Griffiths who set Celtic on their way, scoring a header in the forty-fourth minute and a penalty nine minutes later. James Forrest added a fine third in the sixtieth minute as the Scottish champions took control.
 
Adam Rooney, who went close three times in the first half, managed a late consolation (89) for the Dons.
 
Jurgen Klopp secured a hugely impressive first EPL win since taking charge at Anfield.
 
In this exciting Saturday match, Chelsea made the perfect start when Ramires headed them into the lead in the fourth minute.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Liverpool were undaunted and kept pressing on in the style their manager demands. The latter were rewarded when Philippe Coutinho equalized spectacularly in the forth-fifth minute. Then thirty-nine minutes later, Coutinho again put Liverpool ahead with a shot that deflected off John Terry. Substitute Christian Benteke gave the Reds an eighty-third minute goal, wrapping up a victory Klopp's side thoroughly deserved.
 
It is awesome that Liverpool outran and outfought Chelsea. Moreover, this is the first time Liverpool have netted more than twice at Stamford Bridge in a league game since December 1989.

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