Entries Tagged as 'Celebs'

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

A Video Tribute to the Coen Brothers

If you’re a fan of their work, the films of Joel and Ethan Coen are some of the finest that modern Hollywood has produced. Not only are they prolific filmmakers but their movies have won over audiences, won awards, and enjoyed both critical and commercial success.

Friday, January 5th, 2018

The Best Cinema Dialogue of All Time

In movies, good dialogue is right up there with the best of entertaining filmmaking, whether it be arguing, bickering, threatening or subtext-filled bantering. In this video from Cinefix they look over what they consider to be the best dialogue of all time. Naturally there had to be a Quentin Tarantino in there, and they pick [...]

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Terminator 2 as a Toy Commercial

Terminator 2 is pretty much one of the greatest action movies ever, full of iconic scenes and quotable lines of dialogue—but imagine, if you will, that instead of being an action movie for the ages James Cameron’s 1991 movie was instead a toy commercial. And the toy it was for was an actual, and hopefully [...]

Monday, December 18th, 2017

What ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Got Right About the Future

In the documentary ‘VISION OF A FUTURE PASSED: The Prophesy of 2001′ filmmaker Gary Leva explores Stanley Kubrick’s seminal sci-fi epic and the effects it’s had on today. From Arthur C. Clarke to Douglas Trumbull, 2001’s special photographic effects supervisor, the short doc runs the gamut from the people who made 2001 happen to the [...]

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

10 Movies You Won’t Believe Are Actually Based On Real Stories

Some movies it’s entirely obvious that they’re based on a true story, but some others not so much. Case in point is the ten movies featured in this video from Screen Rant. Sure some of them you might be aware of but others will shock you. For instance did you know that A Nightmare On [...]

Friday, December 8th, 2017

Why Do All Trailers Feel Like They’re The Same? Here’s an Explanation

If you’ve found that trailers these days all seem to be a bit samey, running through the same homogeneous formula then you might want to watch this video by YouTube channel Now You See. Not only do they look over why modern trailers feel like this, they also detail what makes a great trailer standout.

Saturday, December 2nd, 2017

A Tribute to Female Seduction in Film

This supercut pretty much lists off every sexy female seductress who ever graced the silver screen, as they seduce and coerce their male counterparts and work their feminine wiles, showing how to get a man to do whatever the hell they want.

Friday, November 24th, 2017

Adam Buxton Shows How You Play NWA in Front of Your Kids

Adam Buxton plays Rock Dad in this very funny sketch from an old BBC3 sketch show from 2007. As well as being hilarious it also shows dads how they can show off their cool music cred without having to offend their young offspring. Because Buxton plays his young son the sweary and violent NWA’s F*ck [...]

Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

Samuel L. Jackson Answers the Most Searched Questions About Him

People at some point googled it and now Samuel L. Jackson is going to answer those search queries. They range from his place of birth to his first movie, to what part he plays in Inglourious Basterds. He’s due to appear in the upcoming Kong: Skull Island movie, so Wired sat him down to [...]

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Hunter S. Thompson Discusses Hell’s Angels and Outlaws in this Awesome Animation

As an outlaw himself, both in literary and lifestyle terms, writer Hunter S. Thompson is in a fine position to discuss the outlaw life. In this interview from 1967 with Studs Terkel Thompson talks about his time spent with one of the most notorious outlaw groups in America, the Hell’s Angels.

Monday, October 30th, 2017

Meet Billy Mitchell the Man Who Beat ‘Pac-Man’

Back in July 1999 Billy Mitchell did the seemingly impossible, he beat Pac-Man by getting the perfect score of 3,333,360 points. It meant he had to complete 256 levels of the game and play for over 5 hours straight without dying once. It also meant he “broke” the game, because when you hit level 255 [...]