Big Game Documentary Film: The Blue Man-starring Blue's Crew (Full 35 minute film)
The Blue Man-by Planet Eclipse (Artifact Film Series)
In 1983, Michael Hanse picked up a paintball gun for the first time. Over the next 33 years, "Blue" carved a path like no other through the sport, and in the process blurring the lines between the scenes of tournament paintball and the world of paintball scenario big games.
I have played along side Blue back when EMR was Wolfs lair. Back when I was running with Mikeforce as a young gun. Great guy, very personable. The days of Wolfs Lair Now EMR is Disney world for Paintball. If you ever have the chance.. do it. I remember spending many weekends there.. Night games in the Bastone and the Saigon village was my absolute favorite field.
I was straining my eyes to see if our big orange patch was still on his wall behind him but I didn't see it..lol!
Glad to see him again.. even if it isn't in person.
man who run in front of car gets tired.
One of the Most Excellent, Well shot, and put together pieces i have ever experienced in this sport, and Finally dedicated to a Woodsballer!
Amazing Cinematography, score and footage, makes me Fall in Love with the Game All over again! PE We need More!
I remember signing Blue's Crew back when I worked at PMI. I didn't actually play scenarios until after I started up with PbNation years later though. It's amazing all the different ways you can play and love paintball and it's awesome to see Eclipse spotlighting more than just pros.
Originally Posted by nhyde07
Grew up playing scenarios and watching Blue's Crew ! Such an awesome organization and happy to see someone capturing scenario play so well!
Nice to see than fandom can go both way. You changed that signature fast. Congratulations on the new team.
Filming at EMR was unlike anything I've filmed in the past and it was a great experience. When asked to film this I was just expecting a huge scenario event, which was part of it, but the nightlife at the bunkhouses was such an awesome and unique experience unlike any other field I've been to. I mean some of those guys have been going to the same bunkhouse for 20+ years and you can tell when you walk inside and have running water, electric, TVs everywhere... basically a mini-house that all these teams go to and hang out on the weekends.
Enjoyed reliving my experience with EMR through this video and Dan did an awesome job putting this all together