Entries Tagged as 'Celebs'

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

Bill Hicks – Mandatory Marijuana

The wonderful Bill Hicks contemplates a world where marijuana use is compulsory, a place where the drug isn’t just legalised but where people have to wander around stoned for the benefit of everyone on the planet (Colorado, anyone?). A planet full of “quiet, mellow, hungry, high people” where Dominos pizza trucks dominate the landscape [...]

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

100 Years of Women in Film in 3 Minutes

With the help of model and actress Olivia Culpo Mode’s latest edition of their “100 Years of Fashion” series recreates the looks and styles of some of Hollywood’s greatest leading ladies. Starting from 1910 they feature one from each decade working all the way up to 2010.

Tuesday, May 29th, 2018

Video Imagines if Saving Private Ryan was Actually like Halo

Steven Spielberg’s classic war movie is great and all, but it might be even better if it was turned into a video game, a video game just like Halo. Which is exactly what YouTuber Logie .Pierogi has done, so instead of futuristic military sci-fi the action is relocated to killing Nazis in Europe in WWII.

Friday, May 18th, 2018

Hilarious Supercut Delivers the Very Best of Bad Acting

When it comes to watching movies, nothing beats a well acted, thrilling or emotional narrative—well, almost nothing because equally enjoyable to watch is really bad acting. It has to be really bad, mind. It can’t just be mediocre, that isn’t quite as fun. It has to be so, so terrible that it has that car [...]

Friday, May 11th, 2018

10 Best Uses of Color of All Time in the Movies

When it comes to movies color is one of the most effective tools a storyteller can use, be it fiery red or an ice cold blue, a color can have a hugely dramatic effect on a film or a scene. And even though cinema started out with none, it’s now become a medium that’s [...]

Wednesday, May 9th, 2018

Meet the Warrior Monk Who Brought Kung Fu to America

YouTube channel Great Big Story take a look at Shifu Shi Yan Ming who trained as a Shaolin Temple Warrior Monk in China. In 1992 he was on tour in the United States when he defected and by 1994 he’d moved to New York City which is where he opened the USA Shaolin Temple.

Monday, May 7th, 2018

Timothy Olyphant Tells Conan about Smoking Willie Nelson’s Weed

As famous pot smokers go country legend Willie Nelson is right up there. He’s been smoking pot for years, so you can imagine the type he likes to ingest is probably quite potent. All those years of toking must mean he’s built up quite the resistance. So it’s completely understandable that actor Timothy Olyphant would [...]

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

The Philosophy of Bill Murray

Bill Murray is pretty much at the stage of becoming a national treasure, he’s the type of actor that basically just plays himself in every movie. In this video Jared Bauer of Wisecrack takes a look at the iconic actor looking at his brand of deadpan comedy and how he evolved from just a goofy [...]

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

Watch the Excellent Utah Saints ‘Something Good’ Music Video

Back in 1992 British electronic musicians Utah Saints released their song ‘Something Good’ but it wasn’t until 2008 that it got this excellent music video courtesy of a remix. The original 1992 track was based around a sampled Kate Bush lyric from her song ‘Cloudbusting’ off her 1985 album Hounds of Love.

Friday, April 27th, 2018

Short Film ‘The Realest Real’ Mocks Our Social Media Age

Fashion label Kenzo commissioned this fashion film that is unlike most fashion films—directed by Carrie Brownstein, from Portlandia, it follows a woman called Abby who arrives at a weird place called the Institute of the Real and the Really Real which is like the virtual world of social media transposed to real life. For example, [...]

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

The Big Lebowski and The Importance Of A Rug

The Big Lebowski is without doubt the Coen Brothers most popular movie, it’s reached such a status that many of its scenes are now iconic. The complex narrative is based on The Big Sleep, which itself is impossible to understand—but as Ryan Hollinger states in this video, the narrative doesn’t really matter. What matters is [...]