Top 10 Aerial Dogfights in Movie History

Aerial combat is a special category of battle and when ace pilots face off on film the effect can be full-throttle pulse-pounding. As long as there have been planes in war, there have been directors trying to capture that feeling. Here’s our Top 10 Aerial Dogfights of All Time!   #10: Top Gun (1986) Director: Tony Scott We know it’s unorthodox to up this quintessential battle at the lowest slot on the list, but trust us, it’ll whet your appetite for what’s to come. #9: Wings (1927) Director: William A Weldon Wings pretty much invented the filming techniques that have stayed with aerial dogfight filmmaking for the next nine decades. Except that stuff with green screens. #8: The Red Baron (2008) Director: Nikolai Müllerschön We...

Cliffs of Dover Commemorative Flypast

During the summer of 2015 a flypast involving around 40 Spitfires, Hurricanes and a Bristol Blenheim took place over Buckingham Palace as part of the commemorations for the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Aircraft from across the UK, US and Europe took off from Goodwood Aerodrome in West Sussex.

Studly has been playing legos again

Non-aggression turns into non-non-aggression just before dawn on June 22, 1941. Does this film move too fast for you? That’s why you lost. More Videos Brick Dictator’s Channel