David Bordwell assess the victory of the digital cinema revolution. The conversion is nearly complete. Some small theaters are doing extremely well with digital; for some, the conversion is a lateral move – unable to run first run movies due to competing screens, but business is still stable; others struggle to convert or screen 35mm; […]Read More Celluloidicide
via Kid Snippets: “Star Wars – The Rescue” Imagined by Kids – YouTube.Read More Star Wars Jr.
Hulu is making 24 of Akira Kurosawa’s Criterion pictures available for FREE this weekend to celebrate the great man’s birthday. Criterion threw this picture up on their Tumblr:Read More Kurosawa’s Birthday Gift from Hulu to Us
First there was this video: Then the author of the video admitted it was fake. 100% Fake. As in: the entire video was computer animated. Here’s the Wired article.Read More UFO Over Santa Clarita
From the wonderful Calumet 412 blog. I wanted to make sure you all saw the guy on the left. Also, I didn’t know that The It Girl got her name from a movie called It. Not that It, this It. (Frightfully similar posters…)Read More Junket In Your Trunket
If you haven’t read Daytripper you probably should. Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá’s blog: The apocalypse is Now.Read More Gabriel Bá’s Apocalypse Now
To celebrate the first legitimately cold weekend in Chicago this winter, here is another great-looking time-lapse video. The video is by a fellow named Eric Hines. His website is right here.Read More Hey, Chicago. You’re Pretty Cool
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Remember Decay? It’s that zombie movie that was made by scientists at CERN (the Large Hadron Collider), remember? Sure you do. I wrote about an article that Wired wrote that was about that movie. I knew you remembered. Well, the movie was released yesterday. As promised, the whole movie is free for downloading, as well […]Read More Decay
When I started watching it I thought, “I have heard that line a lot.” Then it just keeps going. And going. 8:09 of the same line over and over. My favorite moments are the dubbed foreign films.Read More Get It?