- User Name: Castor Troy
- Member Since: Tuesday, January 16, 2001, 8:45 PM
- Name: Ryan Molina, A.C.E
- Studio: Random Destination Studios
- Location: Huntington Beach, CA, USA
- Homepage: http://www.battlegeekplus.com
- Last Login: 2015-02-28 13:52:41
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- Profile: I started doing AMVs in the summer of 99 after I got my first capture card, the CPH030 TV Tuner. After seeing my close friend Eric's (aka firey) videos, I wanted to make my own. My first videos were short non edited clips set to small segments of music captured with TV Tuner 98 with the cd playing in my cd-rom. The first AMV I ever saw was Dannypoo's DBZ to Rob Zombie's Dragula. I've done over 80 videos in my years as an editor and am now retired from video making. All videos are numbered in the order I made them in.
Former webmaster of Vegeta Insane/Ginga Giri Giri (Now Ginga GIRI GIRI Kai) and now part of Random Destination Studios. I now work as a writer, director, editor, aka filmmaker here in Southern CA.
Come check out my webshow - Battle Geek Plus! I play many silly characters trying to fight video game sprites. Also a proud member of Channel Awesome.
I'm probably most well known for the following videos:
Naruto Ball Z: A Battle Of Epic Proportions
Naruto Ball Z Shippuden: Heroes Come Back
Resident Evil 4 - Die Another Day
Go The Distance
Dragon Bebop Z
The Classic Ginga GIRI GIRI videos: 1999-2001
My AMV Autobiography post
I have finally retired from AMVs after a great 13 years. Thanks for all the memories!
- Ryan "Castor Troy" Molina
P.S. I'm ok with people putting my amvs on youtube just as long as you upload them unaltered. Thanks!