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How Real Swords Are Made For TV And Movies | Movies Insider


There's a blacksmith in Hollywood who specializes in making swords, knives, and armor for films and TV shows. When rubber or plastic just won't do, productions have real custom swords made for the actors to swing at each other. For over 30 years, Tony Swatton has been forging iconic arms, armor, and props for over 200 feature films, TV shows, and commercials. Some of his work includes swords for "Blade," "Pirates of the Caribbean," "The Mask of Zorro," and "Hook." Insider's Joe Avella dropped by Sword and the Stone in Burbank, California, where Swatton and his team forge and build swords and other weapons all day long. MORE MOVIES CONTENT: How Real Explosions Are Made For Movies And TV | Movies Insider 🤍 How '1917' Was Filmed To Look Like One Shot | Movies Insider 🤍 How "His Dark Materials" Used Puppets And CGI To Create Realistic Animals | Movies Insider 🤍 #Movies #Action #Insider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 Insider on Facebook: 🤍 Insider on Instagram: 🤍 Insider on Twitter: 🤍 Insider on Snapchat: 🤍 Insider on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Insider on TikTok: 🤍 Insider on Dailymotion: 🤍 How Real Swords Are Made For TV And Movies | Movies Insider | Movies Insider

Casting swords in the movies - forging a lie


Casting swords in moulds is something often seen in the movies, and is rubbish. Here I tell you why. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 More weapons and armour videos here: 🤍 There is a method of making a sword, often depicted in the movies (I give three examples in this video, but there are MANY more), whereby glowing orange iron is poured into a huge mould, and we the viewers see the fiery liquid taking the shape of the hero's blade-to-be. The snag with this is, it's rubbish. Lindybeige: a channel of archaeology, ancient and medieval warfare, rants, swing dance, travelogues, evolution, and whatever else occurs to me to make. ▼ Follow me... Twitter: 🤍 I may have some drivel to contribute to the Twittersphere, plus you get notice of uploads. Facebook:🤍 (it's a 'page' and now seems to be working). Google+: "" website: 🤍 Casting swords in the movies - forging a lie 🤍

Why are movie swords always wrong? (An armourers thoughts)


Why are historical film props so often 'not quite right'? This film explains why weapons props are so often not quite historically correct however much we all wish for it.... Real life working on films gets in the way of being totally historically accurate; after all none of us are making a documentary. If you would like to support my work on this channel you can always buy my fantastic reproduction medieval weaponry available here 🤍 If you are interested in custom historical replicas look at 🤍

Top 10 Movie Swords


It's time to draw your weapon sword and join the fight. Join 🤍 as we count down our picks for the top 10 movie swords. Special thanks to our users Philip Folta, Dougsumbrella, rph, exile660, JakeMaringoni, TheNewEntertainer, and Jonathan Björkman for submitting the idea on our page! Check out the voting page here, 🤍 If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at 🤍 :) Check us out at and We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out 🤍 for more info. Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍

Adam Savage's Collection of Narnia Swords!


Among Adam's large collection of swords are a few props made by the artists at Weta Workshop, including some stunt swords for films that Adam has since acquired. Today, he brings out two beautiful Weta Workshop-made swords from the Chronicles of Narnia film franchise, which showcase the painstaking artistry that the team at Weta Workshop put in their prop builds! Shot by Adam Savage Join this channel to support Tested and get access to perks: 🤍 Tested Ts, stickers, mugs and more: 🤍 Subscribe for more videos (and click the bell for notifications): 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Amazon Storefront: 🤍 Savage Industries T-shirts: 🤍 Tested is: Adam Savage 🤍 Norman Chan 🤍 Joey Fameli 🤍 Ryan Kiser 🤍 Josh Self 🤍 Kristen Lomasney 🤍 Jen Schachter 🤍 Kishore Hari 🤍 Sean Charlesworth 🤍 Kayte Sabicer 🤍 Bill Doran 🤍 Ariel Waldman 🤍 Darrell Maloney 🤍 Intro bumper by Abe Dieckman Thanks for watching!

Pirates Of The Caribbean - Cutlass Swords - MAN AT ARMS: REFORGED


Every other Monday, our team of blacksmiths and craftsman build some of your favorite weapons, and some weapons that you've never seen before. This week, the guys at Baltimore Knife and Sword take on some Cutlass Swords inspired by Pirates of The Carribean! Ever wanted to ask the Man At Arms team a question? Now you can! Go to AWE Me’s Twitter: 🤍awemechannel and use #AskABlacksmith with your question. The Blacksmiths will be answering your questions with a video reply on AWE Me’s Facebook. Kerry Stagmer - Swordsmith and Machinist Matt Stagmer- Swordsmith Ilya Alekseyev - Armourer Lauren Schott - Goldsmith and Casting John Mitchell – Fabricator Ferenc Gregor – Master Carver Bill Collison - Blade Grinder Rick Janney - Hilt Maker Series Creator/Executive Producer - Andy Signore 🤍 Series Executive Producer - Brent Lydic Creative Director (AWEMe) - Michael Rainey Episode Produced and Directed By: Adam Hiner & Brendan Kennedy Supervising Producer - Phil Rogers Office Production Coordinator – Jon Michael Burgess Director of Photography - Paulius Kontijevas Baltimore Forge Crew: Story Producer — Dave Cross Production Coordinator – Patricia Parris Runner/PA – Halston Ericson & Ashley Gaither DIT – Christopher Mariles Set Medic – Celeste Bowe 1st AC – Jason Remeikis 2nd AC – Bethany Michalski Gaffer – Steve Scott Grip - Danny Balsamo Swing - Jason Shinsato Post Production: Edited by — Patrick Burke Colorist – Patrick Burke Post Sound – Anthony Vanchure Lead Assistant Editors – Stephen Erdmann & Matt Zimmel Head of Post Production - Michael Gallagher Post Production Supervisor – Matt Zimmel Content Manager - James Harrold

$200 VS $800 Lord of the Rings Swords - Battle Ready or FAKE?


#darkswordarmory #lotr #katana Today we're taking a look at two iconic fantasy longswords. Strider's Ranger sword from Dark Sword Armory and Anduril from United Cutlery. Is this "Battle Ready" Ranger sword the real deal or are they both just wallhangers? Let's find out. Get your own Ranger sword here: 🤍 For business inquiries email me at Cerberusarms2🤍 Follow me on Twitch! 🤍 Join my discord! 🤍 Instagram: cerberusarmz 🤍

5 Worst Movie Swords (Historical)


5 worst swords in historical movies.

This London Blacksmith Forges Replicas of Medieval Swords


A London blacksmith has perfected a technique known as pattern welding to create elaborately-designed replica Saxon swords and knives. He demonstrates his technique on camera. From the Series: Mystic Britain: The Pagan Prince 🤍



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Odin Makes: 3 Different Swords


I make a selection of different swords, all from foam and safe to take into a Con. The idea is easy, and can be applied to most sword/blade/chainsaw shapes. Odin Abbott is a host with DIY Prop Shop, and Odin Makes continues the desire to show how to make items for yourself. Hosted and Edited by Odin Abbott 🤍 🤍 🤍 Craft Service by Scott Collins Of camera yell by Xot Collins Music from Audioblocks A big thank you to my Patrons: Starius Lisa Harvey Quinn Stephen Oliveau Perry Pierce Tristan Holub Nicholas Bartels Annika Kersten XCeroLoboX Black Label Ben Lamb Let's Make Stuff J. Patrick Walker Alexander Estrada Dimi Skarlatos Agent Mario Paul White Materials used in this video: Floor Mats (EVA foam) - Harbor Freight Tools Graphite Golf clubs - Thrift stores / second hand shops Contact Cement - ACE Hardware Plasti Dip and spray paint- ACE Hardware / Home Depot Dremel bits #407 & #932 - Home Depot Hockey Tape - Big 5 Toy Katana - Party City / costume shop ½” PEX pipe - Home Depot Craft paints - Michael's If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you do so at your own risk and you assume the responsibility for the results. You hereby release Odin Makes, and any person included in this programming expressly or implicitly from any and all actions, claims, or demands that you, your heirs, distributees, guardians, next of kin, spouse or legal representatives now have, or may have in the future, for injury, death, property damage, or any other liability that may result related to the information provided in this video.

Why Japanese Swords Are So Expensive | So Expensive


Japanese sword-making is a tradition that goes back centuries, and one that’s carried on to this day. Each sword takes dedication, skill and can take over 18 months to create. The resulting blades can be worth thousands of dollars. So what makes them so expensive? Becoming a swordsmith in Japan takes a 5-year apprenticeship, and there are only around 180 working smiths today. Master Akihira has been making these swords for 21 years at his studio just outside of Tokyo, Japan. Japanese swords have always been more than just weapons, they were artworks, status symbols, and throughout history had a huge spiritual importance.  Each sword is a unique artwork and one that is made to be admired as you would a painting. As sheets of steel are folded into each other again and again wood grain-like patterns form, and these patterns coupled with the skill of the swordmaster create a completely unique blade.  Knowing what to look for in each sword is important, characteristics like the angle of the blade and the way the metal is folded could give away the era in which it was made, and even who made it. Every small detail is treated as equally important.  Looking at the months of work that go into creating each blade, it's easy to see why these swords command such a high price. And as there are less and less sword masters across Japan, these works of art are only going to become more valuable. MORE SO EXPENSIVE: Why Oysters Are So Expensive 🤍 Why Champagne Is So Expensive 🤍 Why Pink Himalayan Salt Is So Expensive 🤍 #JapaneseSwords #Samurai #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Why Japanese Swords Are So Expensive | So Expensive

Conan Sword Restoration: How to Repair Rusty Swords


Sword Restoration of a Conan sword that had some rust and pitting on the blade. How to restore a sword using only metal polish and sand paper! Today I show you the hand finishing techniques of removing rust, sanding down and fully restoring a collectible movie blade without expensive tools! 🔥PATTERNS: 🤍 🙏SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 ⚔️DRAWBRIDGE PROPS & ARMOURY 🔥PATTERNS: 🤍 🛡️WEBSITE: 🤍 🛡️FACEBOOK: 🤍 🛡️INSTAGRAM: 🤍 🛡️PINTEREST: 🤍 🛡️IMDB: 🤍 🛡️TWITTER: 🤍 In this series I will show the step by process of the restoration of a Conan the Destroyer sword . Join me in the shop as I examine the extent of the rust and then show how to remove the rust and pitting by sanding, filing and then polishing by hand. This is an easy rust removal technique that can be used at home. I will be using the skills and also give pro tips of a professional prop builder.. There are links below to all leather crafting supplies and tools that are shown in this video. About this WEAPONS series by Drawbridge Props & Armoury! Learn how to make armor and leather working techniques as you follow along with the pattern, or use the tips and tricks from this video for your other leatherworking or cosplay projects. I love making how to videos that help beginners develop the skills required to become a professional prop builder or just sit back and enjoy watching me make DIY Costumes. Do you want to learn how to craft armor? These tutorials will be excellent for anyone looking for a fun project to do with kids. If you use these how to leather crafting tutorials, be sure to share your armour projects with us on facebook! Thanks for checking out the Drawbridge Props & Armoury YouTube channel and keep an eye out for a future leather and armour tutorials! Metal Restoration Supplies used in this video: ► Flitz Metal Polish & Rust Remover: 🤍 POWER TOOLS ► Makita Power File: 🤍 ► Makita 9005B 5-Inch Angle Grinder: 🤍 ► Bosch Drill and Impact Driver: 🤍 ► Foredom Rotary Tool: 🤍 ► Glue Gun: 🤍 METAL WORKING TOOLS ► Cleco Fastener Kit: 🤍 ► Hand held bolt cutter: 🤍 ► Adjustable Ruler: 🤍 ► Big Profile Gauge: 🤍 ► Metal Marking Pen: 🤍 HAMMERS ► Swedish Hammer: 🤍 ► Rounding Hammer: 🤍 ► Poly Hammer: 🤍 ► Rawhide Hammer: 🤍 SUPPLIES ► Fiebing’s Leather Dye: 🤍 ► Angelus Leather Paint: 🤍 ► Jax Metal Darkening Patina: 🤍 ► Armour & Wood Wax Polish: 🤍 ► Daubers: 🤍 ► Urad Cream: 🤍 HARDWARE ► Kodiak Lace: 🤍 ► Kangaroo Lace: 🤍 ► X-Small Double Cap Rivets: 🤍 VIDEO GEAR ► Canon 80D: 🤍 ► Canon EF-S 18-135mm: 🤍 ► Canon EF 50mm: 🤍 ► Canon EF 100mm: 🤍 ► Canon EF-S 10-18mm (VLOG Lens): 🤍 ► Joby GorillaPod (Bendy Tripod): 🤍 ► Manfrotto Tripod with Video Head: 🤍 ► Andoer GVM GP-80QD Slider: 🤍 ► RODE VideoMic Pro: 🤍 —— As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases —— I’m Levi Woods, an Armorsmith and artist working in Vancouver, British Columbia. I love creating new videos to share my shop creations with you. I love all fantasy, medieval and science fiction movies and especially love crafting arms and armour for costumes and props departments. I’ve been building custom armor since 2000 and have worked as a professional movie prop costumer all over the world. When I’m home in my shop I love building art out of wood, metal and leather and love to explore new techniques. I focus on crafting one of a kind extravagant custom projects with including leather and metal armor for my clients who use them for Films, SCA, LARP, Renaissance Festivals, Cosplay, Costume Contests, and Private Collections. As an artist and craftsman, I am inspired and influenced by artisans and crafts people throughout different cultures and history. Join me on my journey of learning and creating as I craft handmade items. “Subscribe now and let’s get over to the bench!” Levi Woods, Armorsmith #conan #sword #blacksmith

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5 Most Legendary Swords That Actually Exists!


Throughout history, legendary swords are seared into the collective conscience as fearsome instruments in warfare designed, obviously, for killing enemies, a show of gallantry, and for displaying some sick swordsmith skills. From a gigantic samurai sword that defies human handling to a remarkable sword inflicting wounds that supposedly require brains from a demon making for some unusual healing properties, here are the 5 Most Legendary Swords That Actually Exist! ► For copyright matters please contact us: top5sfinest🤍 Background Music By: Kevin MacLeod: 🤍

5 Worst Fantasy Movie Swords


5 Worst Fantasy Movie Swords - There are plenty of worthy candidates for the Top 5 Worst Fantasy Movie Swords.... I know that opinions will vary a lot, because there are simply SO MANY examples to choose from. But these are my Top 5 annoying fantasy movie swords. What are yours? 🤍

Medieval swords: how were they made?


Josef Dawes of White Well Arms joins Jason to talk about the creation of the knight’s sword. Starting from a few billets of steel, like medieval sword blanks, Josef shows Jason some of the techniques to shape the metal and manipulate it to where it needs to be in order to create a well-balanced knightly weapon. • Executive Producer: Jason Kingsley OBE • Executive Producer: Chris Kingsley • Senior Producer: Brian Jenkins • Producer: Edward Linley • Director/Editor: Dominic Read • Presenter: Jason Kingsley OBE • Subject Matter Expert: Josef Dawes • Camera: Dominic Read • Camera: Lindsey Studholme • Continuity & Stills Photographer: Kasumi • Production Manager: Kevin Case • Sound Recording/Design: Liam Flannigan • Music licensed from PremiumBeat • Additional Camera: Darren Cook • Additional Camera: Neil Phillips • Additional Sound: Elizabeth Carlyon Special Thanks: • Chris Payton • Ed Savage Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍ModernHistoryTV Falcon Eyes Bi-Color Video Led Lamp Soft Studio Light 🤍 Sony camera 🤍 Tripod 🤍 Wellies 🤍 Work gloves 🤍 Radio mike 🤍 Many thanks to Josef Dawes at White Well Arms: 🤍

Sword Of Heaven - The Swords Documentary - Military Documentary Channel


Sword Of Heaven - The Swords Documentary - Military Documentary Channel A sword is a blade weapon utilized mainly for reducing or propelling. The specific interpretation of the term differs with the historical date or the geographical area under consideration. A sword in one of the most narrow sense includes a straight blade with two sides as well as a hilt. However, in almost every situation, the term might also be made use of to refer to weapons with a solitary side (backsword). The word sword originates from the Old English sweord, cognate to swert, Old Norse sverð, from a Proto-Indo-European root * swer- "to wound, to reduce". Non-European tools called "sword" include single-edged weapons such as the Middle Eastern saif, the Chinese dao and the related Japanese katana. The Chinese jian is an example of a non-European double-edged sword, like the European versions stemmed from the double-edged Iron Age sword. Historically, the sword created in the Bronze Age, developing from the blade; the earliest specimens day to ca. 1600 BC. The Iron Age sword remained fairly short and also without a crossguard. The spatha as it established in the Late Roman army came to be the precursor of the European sword of the Middle Ages, in the beginning adopted as the Movement duration sword, as well as just in the High Center Ages turned into the classic arming sword with crossguard. Making use of a sword is referred to as swordsmanship or (in an early modern-day or modern-day context) as fencing. In the Early Modern duration, the sword turned into the rapier and eventually the smallsword, surviving into the 18th century just in the duty of duelling tool. By the 19th century, swords were lowered to the standing of either ceremonial tool or sporting activity equipment in modern-day fence. More Military Documentary Films Video: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel for more Military Documentary Films: 🤍

SWORD: The Complete History Of Swords - World Documentary Films


SWORD: The Complete History Of Swords - World Documentary Films. A sword is a blade weapon used primarily for cutting or thrusting. The precise definition of the term varies with the historical epoch or the geographical region under consideration. A sword in the most narrow sense consists of a straight blade with two edges and a hilt. However, in nearly every case, the term may also be used to refer to weapons with a single edge (backsword). Source: 🤍 Documentary Films: 🤍

Donnie Yen Shows off Legendary Moves | Seven Swords: Blood of the Outlaw (2005)


Donnie always puts on a show SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Start your 30-day free trial now! 🤍 About SEVEN SWORDS: BLOOD OF THE OUTLAW Seven warriors come together to protect a village from a diabolical general in director Tsui Hark's Hong Kong action tale, starring Donnie Yen. Director: Tsui Hark Starring: Leon Lai Donnie Yen Charlie Yeung #SevenSwords #PrimeVideo #MidnightPulp About Midnight Pulp: Midnight Pulp is the leading internet video entertainment service dedicated to celebrating all things strange. Our video streaming platform offers a diverse collection of feature films, documentaries and TV series that have been cultivating subcultures. From cyberpunk noir to psychedelic horror, we are a digital community for experimental and esoteric music and film. Connect with Midnight Pulp: Visit Midnight Pulp WEBSITE: 🤍 Follow Midnight Pulp on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Follow Midnight Pulp on PINTEREST: 🤍 Follow Midnight Pulp on TWITTER: 🤍 Seven Swords: Blood of the Outlaw | Midnight Pulp 🤍

We made swords for THE WITCHER by NETFLIX


Witcher by Netflix, starring Henry Cavill was a stand out series for 2019/20. Nick Jeffries as HOD of the Armoury Department / Weapons Designer and myself, as maker of many of the hero props, are two guys heavily involved in the show, and in this film, we have a ‘show and tell’ about Geralt’s weapons. As we both have an intimate knowledge of the thinking, design and manufacture of the weapons, we know more about these pieces than anyone, and here we share our thoughts over a table full of original props. With many thanks to Netflix for allowing us to make and share this video. 🤍 Henry Cavill explains about the Witcher swords in this official Netflix video here 🤍 Henry Cavill breaks down the Blaviken fight scene and discusses visual effects in this official Netflix video here 🤍 Tods Workshop custom historical pieces 🤍 Tod Cutler production historical pieces 🤍 Tods Workshop T shirts are available here 🤍 Music 🤍

The swords in Lord of the Rings - Would they be practical in real life?


Many people have asked for a video about LotR swords, so here it finally is. There is not all that much to say, and definitely nothing for me to rant about. The designers did a good job of making these weapons look convincing. They are all well proportioned and neither overly thick nor afflicted by hand-slaying grips of discomfort, as opposed to many other fantasy swords. Many of them are somewhat reminiscent or even pretty similar to original swords from Antiquity, the Middle Ages or the Renaissance. So... let's see how many pointless "it's just a movie" and "nobody cares about realism" comments there will be this time. My favorite online store for buying swords (worldwide shipping): 🤍 Channel-related shirts and stuff: 🤍 Some recommended knife makers on Amazon: 🤍 Want to help fund future videos? 🤍 My Facebook page: 🤍

Pawn Stars: Cutting a Deal for Kill Bill Signed Swords (Season 13) | History


Corey has to stay sharp when an owner brings in a pair of signed samurai swords from the movie Kill Bill in this clip from Season 13, "Megawatt Money". #PawnStars Subscribe for more from Pawn Stars: 🤍 Find out more about the show and watch full episodes on our site: 🤍 Check out exclusive HISTORY content: History Newsletter: 🤍 Website - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 HISTORY® is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, premium documentaries, and scripted event programming.

Watch this blacksmith make some of the best swords in the world


Ask any sword seller in the NYC area about Lundemo and they’ll most likely know, and sell, the work of blacksmith John Lundemo. Sword forums, filled with buyers, sellers, and makers, sing his praises. People who’ve wielded his blades say they look and feel natural, like they were grown out of the ground. He’s one of the best swordmakers in the northeast, and a contender for the most talented in the entire country. But every work of steel starts right here at Odinblades, an homage to his own Norwegian heritage. Read more here: 🤍 Video by Michael Hession Music: Metre Pt. 5 by Samuel Mathewson Cabalista by Wild Shores Circle Round by Spinning Clocks We come from the future. 🤍

47 Ronin (2013) - The Swords of the Tengu Scene (6/10) | Movieclips


47 Ronin - The Swords of the Tengu: Kai (Keanu Reeves) asks for weapons from a Tengu Master (Togo Igawa), while Oishi (Hiroyuki Sanada) has to resist the Tengu master's mind games. BUY THE MOVIE: 🤍 Watch the best 47 Ronin scenes & clips: 🤍 FILM DESCRIPTION: In feudal Japan, Lord Asano rules his province with fairness. However, jealous Lord Kira (Tadanobu Asano) fears that the shogun favors Asano over him and hatches a plot that ends with Asano's ritual suicide. After Asano's death, his samurai, led by Oishi (Hiroyuki Sanada), are forced to live as outcasts. Oishi wanders for several years but realizes that he must turn to Kai (Keanu Reeves), a mixed-blood warrior he once rejected, to help him and his ronin comrades take revenge on Lord Kira. CREDITS: TM & © Universal (2013) Cast: Hiroshi Sogabe, Hiroshi Yamada, Hiroyuki Sanada, Jin Akanishi, Keanu Reeves, Masayoshi Haneda, Shu Nakajima, Takato Yonemoto Director: Carl Rinsch Screenwriter: Chris Morgan, Hossein Amini Watch More: ► Fresh New Clips: 🤍 ► Classic Trailers: 🤍 ► Hot New Trailers: 🤍 ► Clips From Movies Coming Soon: 🤍 ► Indie Movie Clips: 🤍 ► Deleted Scenes: 🤍 ► Bloopers: 🤍 ► Celebrity Interviews: 🤍 Fuel Your Movie Obsession: ► Subscribe to MOVIECLIPS: 🤍 ► Watch Movieclips ORIGINALS: 🤍 ► Like us on FACEBOOK: 🤍 ► Follow us on TWITTER: 🤍 ► Follow us on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes, and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans.

CB Swords: Legend of the Sword - Excalibur


Reviewing the Legend of the Sword - Excalibur from CB Swords.

The Top 7 Awesome Swords from Movies


Today we break down the best swords in all of cinema. FACEBOOK: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FOLLOW OUR HOSTS American Ben: 🤍 Allen Xie: 🤍 Ben Hedges: 🤍

Making Samurai Swords with Japan's master swordsmith | Guy Martin Proper


Guy Martin visits a slum in Yokohama; pays his respects at Hiroshima, and takes a dip in the mildly radioactive waters of a spring; and participates in one of Japan's oldest fireworks festivals. In this clip, makes a samurai sword with a master swordsmith. To watch the full documentary head over to All4 - 🤍 #GuyMartin #Japan #Samurai Welcome to the only official Guy Martin Proper YouTube channel. Make yourself a cup of tea or twenty & follow every race, every build and every country Guy visits. Fair play. Subscribe here 🤍

WHERE TO BUY SWORDS And Replica Medieval Weapons in the UK & elsewhere


Where to buy swords and other replica weapons (medieval, Japanese, etc) in the UK - also relevant to elsewhere. Support & extra content on Patreon: 🤍 Support & extra content on Subscribestar: 🤍 Facebook & Twitter updates, info and fun: 🤍 🤍 Schola Gladiatoria HEMA - sword fighting classes in the UK: 🤍 Matt Easton's website and services: 🤍 Easton Antique Arms: 🤍

Top 10 Mythical Swords


Top 10 Mythical Swords Subscribe: 🤍 and also Ring the Bell to get notified // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! 🤍 Think the pen is mightier than the sword? Then you haven’t heard of these bad boys. From Zulfiqar, to Nandaka, to the The Sword of Attila, these legends of these weapons have stood the test of time. WatchMojo counts down ten mythological/legendary swords. Need more mythological content? Check out our other videos of the Top 10 Coolest Creatures from Norse Mythology: 🤍 the Top 10 Creatures from Greek Mythology: 🤍 and the Top 10 Mystical Creatures From Japan: 🤍 #10: Zulfiqar #9: Nandaka #8: The Sword of Attila #7: Gram #6: Shamshir-e-Zomorrodnegār #5: Joyeuse #4: Honjo Masamune #3, #2 & #1??? Watch on WatchMojo: 🤍 Special thanks to our user Moral Free for suggesting this idea! Check out the voting page at 🤍 Check our our other channels! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 WatchMojo's Social Media Pages 🤍 🤍 🤍 Get WatchMojo merchandise at WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.

The Process of Making Deadly Swords..


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Man Can Control Hundred Of Swords With His Mind After 20 Years Hell Of Training


In order to protect the Chinese Ao Jue and the Invincible War, Jin Ao passed the Chinese Ao Jue guide to Hua Yingxiong when he met with danger. Hua Yingxiong, who is destined to be an unlucky star, lost his parents and wife. He left his children, relatives and friends. He devoted himself to practice for 20 years, but he was still unable to penetrate the Chinese Ao Jue.

Why are Chinese Swords not as Famous | Video Essay


Accented Cinema - Episode 2 You probably know what katana is, but do you know the word for sword in Chinese? In this episode, we examine the various depictions of swords in both Chinese and Japanese films. We'll delve into the cultural significance behind their depiction and see how swords reflect the philosophy of the two nations. And the Chinese word for sword is "Jian". Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! 🤍 🤍

Swords, scabbards and the "schwing" sound.


Busting a movie myth and then adding something else.

10 Great Swords and Sorcery Movies For Conan Fans


During the 80s, the Sword and Sorcery genre intrigued the audiences. With the success of the movie, Conan-The Barbarian, the craze for this genre was heightened further. Indeed, this was a classic and contained the elements of a mass entertainer. There was action, magic, drama, and of course a muscular Arnold Schwarzenegger wielding a powerful sword. This not only catapulted him to the forefront of Hollywood but also sent the producers in frenzy about making more such movies. All through the 80s, many such sword and magic movies hit the theatres. The general theme in all these movies remained the same. The muscular hero was to save a damsel in distress or seek revenge. Kingdoms would be at stake, mysterious wizards and magic would make the story mystifying, and eventually, there would be a satisfying conclusion. Not all of these movies set the cash bells jingling but some did make their way into being enlisted as cult classics. Here we have put together some of these sword and magic movies from the 80s that will certainly appeal to those who have appreciated this genre. So sit tight and enjoy the magical ride Deathstalker (1983) - 1:26 Beastmaster (1982) - 2:23 Excalibur (1981) - 3:26 The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982) - 4:35 Lady Hawke (1985) - 5:33 Legend (1985) - 6:25 Dragon Slayer (1981) - 7:27 Fire and Ice (1983) - 8:27 Conquest (1983) - 9:33 The Barbarians (1987) - 10:39

Real Life!! Uzui Tengen swords techniques!! Sound Breathing:By Champ Archer


I took 3 weeks to practice this weapon after I watch the anime series Kimetsuno Yaiba (Demon Slayer) Entertainment district episode and it inspired me to do this video for you guys!! I wish you enjoy my video ☺️🙏🏼⚔️ Follow my Real Sound Breathing performance part 1 here!! 🤍

Do Giant Fantasy Swords Make SENSE After All?


Obviously in fantasy literature / movies / games anything goes, and sometimes the craziest stuff is the most fun. Internal logic and aspects of realism can enhance immersion and flesh out the world. It's also just fun to deliberately over-analyze how practical a weapon design would really be. However, I can get a little over-zealous with that... The Buster Sword and other humongous blades are arguably much more justifiable within a world that has superpowers and/or magic than I used to admit. :) Weights and other info about real historical zweihander (two-handed greatswords): 🤍 What got me thinking about re-visiting this topic is a video by Allen Pan (I bought an Exoskeleton to wield Giant Anime Swords): 🤍 My explanation of blade geometry, edge types, etc: 🤍 About the many different ways to use (cut with) a sword: 🤍 00:00 Intro 01:27 Historical reference & weight 03:16 Lifting vs. fighting with massive objects 05:34 Handling huge weapons with superhuman strength 08:46 Pros & Cons of the size 13:46 Final Thoughts * Support the channel * Help fund future videos, get bonus content and other rewards: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books about history and/or martial arts, swords, knives, video/audio equipment, and other stuff I recommend (as an Amazon Affiliate I earn commission through these links): US - 🤍 Canada - 🤍 Other ways to support the channel by shopping through affiliate links: Kult of Athena, my favorite online store for reproductions of historical arms and armor, fantasy swords, etc: 🤍 Where to get HEMA gear and practice swords: 🤍 * Social media & merch * How to contact me (can't always reply, since I get too many messages): 🤍 See a list of my video uploads: 🤍 🤍 Channel-related shirts and other merch: 🤍 🤍 My side channel (for rambles, vlogs, opinions, gaming, etc): 🤍 * Music * Intro song: "Illuminate" by Vindsvept 🤍 Outro: "Highland Storm" by The Slanted Room Records 🤍 #FF7 #bustersword #fantasy

The man who makes giant swords


Today on CapeCast: Meet an extraordinary sword maker from West Tisbury on the island of Martha's Vineyard. This burly, Irish transplant is one of the world's premiere builders of huge swords that are mostly replicas of those found in video games and animation programs.

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