Entries Tagged as 'movie'

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

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 [...]

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Supercut of People Getting Drunk in Movies

Just like in real-life people love to get drunk in the movies—and this supercut by editor Robert Jones is certainly proof of that, as it features 70 scenes from both contemporary and classic films of people get wasted on the demon drink. And just like in real life chaos reigns, as they fall over, jump [...]

Monday, April 25th, 2016

Very Funny and Very Weird Parody Trailer For Captain America: Civil War

Aldo Jones is an Italian video editor who has a penchant for creating truly bizarre but very funny parodies of popular trailers—he did a great one for Batman Vs. Superman and now he’s turned his singularly weird skills to Marvel’s eagerly awaited Captain America: Civil War. Similar to Jones’ previous efforts it involves adding loads [...]

Saturday, April 23rd, 2016

‘Supercats’ is a Supercut of Cats in Movies

It’s not enough that cats have taken over the internet, they’ve now laid claim to the movies too—and you probably didn’t realise how often they show up in films until you watch this, which uses clips from the past and present, cats both real and computer-generated.

Thursday, April 21st, 2016

100 Years of Cinema in 100 Shots

Video editor Jacob T. Swinney journeys through a 100 years of cinema with a stunning supercut of what he thinks are some of the most memorable shots from the movies, starting in 1915 and going up until 2015. There are plenty here which are some of the most iconic shots in film history, while others [...]

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Video Supercut Shows Watchmen’s Transformation From Comic to Screen

Before Zack Snyder was getting criticised for making an unpopular comic book movie featuring Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman he made a comic book movie that was a lot more favorably received. It was an adaptation of Alan Moore’s seminal series Watchmen—and it stuck very close to its source material when it came to the [...]

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Everything Wrong With ‘Everything Wrong With Sherlock Holmes’

You may or may not be familiar with CinemaSins web series “Everything Wrong With…” which takes a look at various popular movies and details everything, well, wrong with them—at least according to the people that make the video anyway. In this video from YouTube channel Shesellssheshells they turn the spotlight on the series itself, picking [...]

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Opening Scene to Japanese Horror ‘Tag’ is the Goriest You’ll Ever See

A school bus trip takes a turn for the decapitated in this opening scene taken from Japanese horror fantasy Tag directed by Sion Sono. It shows two bus loads of Japanese school girls getting massacred by a lethal gust of wind that comes along and slices the tops of the buses off. It’s a jarring [...]

Saturday, April 9th, 2016

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.

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

Watch The 100 Greatest Movie One-Liners Ever Said Before a Kill

In the movies, and we’re talking Hollywood, mostly action movies here, you don’t just kill a bad guy you have to reel off a witty one-liner before you pop a cap in their aiss. Sometimes those one-liners are lame, sometimes they make you make a gun shape with your hands and pretend you’re Dirty Harry [...]

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Follow the Path of Luke’s Lightsaber Through the Star Wars Movies

In a very well-edited and moving piece Christopher Sherwood shows the journey Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber goes on from the the prequels through to Episode VII and the path it takes through the franchise when Obi Wan handed it to Luke all the way to it finding Rey. Along the way showing the battles its fought, [...]

Wednesday, March 30th, 2016

Watch a Star Wars Episode IV and VII Shot Comparison

It’s no secret that JJ Abrams took Episode IV as inspiration for The Force Awakens, not just inspiration either but it was practically a remake but with a new cast of characters—and that was no bad thing. To show just how similar the two are Zachary Antell has made this comparison video showing how shots [...]