Everette - I haven't kept up with WWE too much over the past year and a half but I recognized some of the clips you used. I loved the song choice but it felt like a tribute style MV, which I wouldn't mind normally but compared to the stories you're competing against, it was a little odd of a choice. The Effects also felt a little too glamorous for the song choice and theme. Which really makes me sad as I've loved almost all of your MVs.
The three videos were incredible, each one with their own style and with what it proposed to transmit, but only one can choose. The one Cheeze did had more fun and kept me more glued to the screen, I also loved the effects. Maybe another introduction would have been better cause I felt it some bored but excepting that, I enjoyed all the video.
I loved the Everette's one but I felt that it needed something else, for some moments it synchronized well but in others not, and its understandable 'cause those songs are difficult to edit, anyway it was a good job.
Paroxysm brought us a good history showing the new Bray's gimmick with a song which suits him. I'd have preffered more movements at the middle of the video but anyways I enjoyed it very much.
CheeZe- Wow, a Stardom video featuring one of the hottest stables. That's...different, but awesome. Syncing was very good especially when coming from great clip duration use, Pacing was well kept and never changed & video effects were amazing and didn't diminish video quality nor hinder enjoyment of the video.
Everette- Been a long time fan of yours. This video felt like a mixed bag between enjoyment & artsyness. Syncing was good yet was off in rare occassions, pacing was solid but had moments of losing it & video effects, esp. the freeze frame & white fade out, was artsy but not so much that it hindered enjoyment. A solid video.
Paroxysm- Holy smokes, that's what you call an artistic masterpiece. Syncing was near perfect...esp. when fade effects came into play, pacing was fluid & never missed a step & video effects such as coloring and letterbox furthered the enjoyment of the video w/o coming off as flashy or glamorous.
All 3 video editors put forth their best foot forward...as evidenced by the time each person put into the video. However, only one delivered a better effort.
This was a good clash of styles so it was hard to gauge and compare. Cheeze had a very definitive light hearted fun brand created here. Everette had the energy and impact. Paroxysm had a very different MV altogether which was rather refreshing surprisingly. For my nitpicks, I didn't feel the energy was matched in Cheeze's video. The rhythm was not all there so I didn't feel the power behind its syncs. Everette was good but I felt there wasn't 100% commitment in what it wanted to be. It was somewhere on the fence between something high energy and all the while still trying to be conservative and presentable. The branding was very much everywhere. Everything wasn't under one umbrella. Unfortunately it felt generic in my lasting impression. Paroxysm had a more light hearted MV but with a more sinister ironic twist. Watching halfway I found it comical and even endearing.