Grab your chainsaws and dynamite there is a BRUnado coming your way.

Bellyfeel Weekly RoundupKicking off a with some great news about mega-blockbuster   TV B-Movie Sharknado 2: The Second One and the BITE it has taken out of Social TV (breaking records in the process)… FISH out of water… Anyone??

Anyway, as if records and hilarious jokes weren’t enough, Sharknado also offers Transmedia Lighting Experience, which when synced with Philips Hue bulbs, add extra layer of entertainment to the film.

Speaking of TV being good for you… apparently TV could be good for you! Check out this piece on how accurate writing and medical expertise in poplar TV can improve your chances in a medical situation.

We found this very interesting here in the office. It’s a game, but it isn’t. It’s addicting but it’s simple. It’s beautiful but depressing. It’s Mountain!

In other video game news, in preparation for their ps4 re-mastered version of The Last of Us, the team behind the game sits down and discusses their very first meeting.

Speaking of PS4 re-mastering, I recently came across this again. Not “New” but still very cool.

Moving on to social Media, this post by discusses how Social Media has changed our definition of “Social” – No arguments here.

And what else has social media changed our opinion of? That’s right Movie Marketing… the guardian reports.

Finally, on Twitter, we re-visit an area we have touched on before, how twitter can be used to keep stories alive long after their creators have declared them KIA. Check out how Twitter fans have continued the story of Twin Peaks

Moving onto Transmedia, here are 5 great lessons from Nathan Punwar director “Loves of a Cyclops”

Moving onto mobile, check out this great slideshare on mobile education, with lessons from 35 education expert on improving learning with mobile technology.


“Listen up. There’s a storm coming. No one wants to get eaten. But I’ve been eaten and I’m here to tell you that it takes a lot more than that to bring a good man down.” Fin Shepard (Sharknado 2)


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