Oh, no doubt it was just a geek playing around with a concept storyboard. The only time you will ever see this scene is at comicon...and Youku. Warn-a-brothers must have had a team of legal aids on stand-by to contact everyone who posted this...the amount of YouTube contacts alone was staggering. All part of the publicity, I guess. The filmer was probably paid to do it, and upload it, so they could get a buzz going on. It worked. Every website that posted it and had it taken down have replaced the video with an in-depth description of what happened in it.
How can someone put together a show like this on such a low budget? With films flopping left and right that were backed by enough money to buy a small country, this one does a fantastic job of putting on a show to remember on a shoestring budget. They must know a secret...or be spies from the future?
Was that an intro to a Halo crossover? I love the time arc storylines in this...very intriguing. The concept of fluid timelines was beginning to be introduced in The Sarah Conner Chronicles, but it's life was cut short... Despite some of the obvious production errors (bad props...), this show's production crew has done a fantastic job of writing in a way that keeps a decent level of intrigue flowing throughout the episodes. BRING ON THE NEXT SEASON! (now, what was that other series I was saving up to watch?)
I rather enjoyed it. Good revenge flick, an eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind. The subs started getting sloppy towards the end of the movie but still very watchable. Acting was pretty good. Cops didn't do a thing in this movie. The situation with the little boy seemed pretty random to me, idk if I missed something.