Entries Tagged as 'movie'

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Wasteland Weekend is a Festival Styled like Mad Max

If you found yourself watching the Mad Max movies and thinking you’d like a piece of that, but maybe without the whole world-ending thing, then you might want to get yourself down to the Wasteland Weekend. It’s an outdoor festival that takes part in the middle of the desert and lets you indulge in some [...]

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 [...]

Friday, March 30th, 2018

A Compilation of Matthew McConaughey Telling Stories in the Movies

Matthew McConaughey, it appears, loves nothing more than telling tall tales in the movies and TV shows he stars in—and this supercut by Owenergy Studios pays testament to that fact as we hear McConaughey talk about all manner of subjects. Maybe it’s because there’s just something about his Texan drawl that sounds so listenable.

Friday, March 23rd, 2018

Movies & TV Shows Mixed with Animation = a Tale about a Teenager Getting to School

It starts as a story about a kid getting nagged at to get ready for school but soon turns into a fast-paced thrill ride in this short All Your Favorite Shows! The penciled textures of the story soon turns into a post-modern edit of pop culture references from TV and films, which become symbols of [...]

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Fight Club: What if The Movie Ended Like The Book?

You’ve seen the movie, but have you read the book? If you have you’ll know that it has a different ending to the one we see in David Fincher’s movie. But YouTubers Banana-Dragon Productions deciced to make a live-action version of the book ending, by blending it onto the one in the film.

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Supercut of Horror Movies Reveals the Ultimate Creepy House

Halloween has been and gone and that means it’s time to sit back and reflect by watching a decent scary movie. Or you could watch this supercut by Burger Fiction who have put some of the most memorable scary movies and blended them together to create the ultimate sense of suspense upon entering a creepy [...]

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

‘The Karate Kid – The Untold Story’ is a Brilliantly Made Mockumentary About the 80s Classic

1980s classic The Karate Kid featured a boy called Daniel Larusso in a underdog beats the odds story that saw Larusso rise up and defeat the bullies and win the day. But what if that wasn’t the whole story? What if the film was actually based on real events? Well video ‘The Karate Kid – [...]

Friday, February 23rd, 2018

Watch Awesome Single-Take Short Film ‘Cólera’

Employing a variety of techniques filmmaker Aritz Moreno shoots this film in one long continuous take, as the camera moves about the cast and the scene keeping the action moving forward while racking up the tension. Right from the opening frame you’re pulled into it, wondering how it’s going to play out.

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Jackie Chan Hates Karate Kids

He may have starred in the Karate Kid remake, perhaps even because of that, but that doesn’t mean Jackie Chan likes kids. In fact in this mashup trailer he HATES them, hates them so much that he uses his many years of skills to kick the crap out of them—and it’s very funny indeed.

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

The Hateful Thing—How Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight Was Inspired by ‘The Thing’

If you’ve seen Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight then you’ll probably think it’s an ode to Westerns—which is a genre it does reference certainly, but it’s actually got a lot in common with John Carpenter’s 1980s movie The Thing. This video does a brilliant job of showing how Tarantino takes inspiration from the horror classic.

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

A Tribute to the Art of Slow Mo in Cinema

A slow motion shot in a movie, while somewhat cliched, can work wonders when done well. No matter how many times the trick has been pulled, when it’s used to good effect in a scene, it can help heighten a dramatic event or emphasise an action scene—take the opening sequence of Deadpool for example.