Entries Tagged as 'movie'

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

A Message for All Humanity

It’s the weekend, a time for quiet reflection upon the human condition. That and guzzling beer until it comes out of your eyeballs. So in between all those tequila shots off naked bodies and all the laughing and joking, why not take some time to ponder this speech from Charlie Chaplin in “The Great Dictator”. [...]

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Breaking the 4th Wall Movie Supercut

Breaking the fourth wall….what’s that then? Well, it’s when a character in a movie acknowledges the viewer, often by staring straight at the camera in a creepy way, reminding the audience that they are an integral part of every film. This is a supercut of 54 different films that use this technique from James Bond, [...]

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

The Thing (1982) Terror Takes Shape Documentary

The blood curdling, body morphing horror of John Carpenter’s “The Thing” is bona fide classic stuff. In this documentary the people that brought it to the screen talk about how it was done, from the great FX to the horrifying sounds that the monster from space emits. It’s all here for you to orgasm over.

Monday, November 3rd, 2014

Watch Benedict Cumberbatch’s Awesome Hobbit Audition Tape

It would’ve been a crime against cinema and the Hobbit if Benedict Cumberbatch didn’t voice Smaug in the film franchise, but it looks like it was never in any doubt as soon as he stepped into the audition. He totally owns it and if you were Peter Jackson you’d want him right away.

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Watch a Basketball Make its Way Through 24 Different Movies

A missed basketball shot is what starts of this basketball’s journey through 24 popular movies, movies which it has no right being in if it wasn’t for the post-production skills of HOTU, the people who made it. On its epic journey it passes by Henry Hill’s driveway, through Jeff Lebowski’s toilet, even into space.

Saturday, October 18th, 2014

GREAT MOVIE CLICHES: There are Two Kinds of People

There are two kinds of people that like watching cliches about movies that include the cliche there are two kinds of people, and that’s people who think they’re are only two kinds of people and people who know there are only two kinds of people. So which are you? Have a look at the ‘There [...]

Friday, October 17th, 2014

Fight Club Gets a Brutally Honest Trailer

It’s been 15 years since Fight Club inspired a generation to decorate their room with the film’s poster and so Screen Junkies celebrate this by ridiculing it, in a friendly manner of course, and laughing at what a big bunch of contradictions and hypocrisy it is—which doesn’t detract from that fact that it’s an awesome [...]

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

The Empire Strikes Back Fanmade Movie is Hilarious

A few years back Star Wars was remade, shot-for-shot, by fans who each took a different scene which were then stitched together into a hilarious but highly entertaining version of the sci-fi classic. And now the second instalment of the original trilogy gets the fanmade treatment.

Monday, October 13th, 2014

Fan of Creepy 90s Film ‘Event Horizon’? Then You’ll Be a Fan of This Making Of Doc

If you saw the abominable horror that was ‘Event Horizon’ back in the 90s, chance are its scenes of abject nastiness and hell unleashed will have been etched on your mind for ever more—this feature length documentary goes behind the scenes speaking to the cast and crew to find out how they brought this epic [...]

Saturday, October 11th, 2014

Cropsey

Most urban legends about boogeymen turn out to be bogus—a quick google and a glance at Snopes and their falsehood is sealed—but this documentary/horror movie, from Joshua Zeman and Barbara Brancaccio, shows that urban legends often derive from fact: the film begins by examining Cropsey, a New York urban legend, before exploring the chilling [...]

Sunday, October 5th, 2014

Made in Britain – 1982 (full movie)

Trevor (Tim Roth) is a violent, drugged up neo-Nazi, a mirror of the young British working class of the time, without direction and perspective. It’s another classic from director Alan Clarke who specialized in portraying youth with adjustment problems in society, just like his borstal set Scum. Tim Roth is in an early career role, [...]

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Jonah Hill SNL Monologue with Leonardo DiCaprio

Time to rewind back to the release of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ and all the trite PR on TV chat shows, etc that actors have to do to promote the film, except in this case it’s brilliant. Poor Jonah Hill, there he is relishing his SNL Monologue and soaking up the limelight, when [...]