• Man Of Tomorrow – Man Of Steel / B v S Fan Edit

    From the guy who brought you Derelict, the Prometheus / Alien mash-up, previously covered by this site, comes a new edit of Zack Snyder’s Man Of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Vimeo user @JobWillins (real name Daniel) has largely ditched the “out there” wackier elements of B v S, such as the desert dream, […]

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  • Review: Jason Bourne

    For years fans, critics even, have been clamouring for more Bourne action, a follow up to the most intelligent and enjoyable espionage action series in many a year. Star Matt Damon held out until gun-fu guru director Paul Greengrass was ready with the “right story” – well, be careful what you wish for, because this […]

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  • Review: Star Trek Beyond

    “Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship  Ennui..” Or so it seems at the beginning of Star Trek Beyond. Three years into her five year deep space mission to explore new life etc, Chris Pine as Enterprise’s Captain Jim Kirk is beginning to feel things, in one of many meta jokes, […]

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  • The Thing Storyboard To Film Comparison

    Here’s a very interesting side by side comparison of storyboards and their finished scenes from John Carpenter’s The Thing, compiled by Vashi Nedomansky . Vashi says in his post : “The visuals of both the desolate Antarctic and the ever-morphing alien creatures in THE THING were envisioned long before the movie was shot. Extensive storyboards were […]

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  • Coward: Short Film, Big Visuals

    Coward, a short film by director David Roddham, tells the tale of  two Irish cousins, James (Sean Stewart) and Andrew (Martin McCann) who enlist to fight in the trenches of Ypres in WWI. The film highlights the injustice and lack of understanding that led to many soldiers being shot for desertion or cowardice, when it has […]

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  • Goomahs, Molls And Mob Wives – A Style Supercut

    It’s not just Henry Hill and his buddies who get to have walk-in closets with more suits and shoes than Macys – their wives, goomahs (mistresses) and classic Warner Bros molls are equally stylish (or garish, depending on their era and place in the crime family pecking order). In the following supercut from Worn, every […]

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  • What is Elstree 1976?

      If you are even remotely interested in Star Wars and engage on Twitter, you’ll have been intrigued by a cryptic new Twitter account, @Elstree 1976, and its countdown to May 7. Now, the mystery can be revealed. Elstree 1976 is a new documentary by Jon Spira, a documentary “about ten very different lives connected […]

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  • star wars begins: the filmumentary strikes back

    A long time ago, in a Galaxy far, far away, it was rumoured there was forgotten Star Wars production footage, missing scenes and all manner of behind the scenes goodies that Lucasfilm would have us believe was unavailable. They didn’t count on Jamie Benning… NOTE: This is an amended form of my interview that first appeared last […]

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  • Interview: The Flop House Podcast

    There are many funny bad-movie podcasts out there. Many set themselves a task of deconstructing the movie and discussing it in a great deal of depth. There are very long discussions around the craft of film and how such movies can be improved and what they would do in the filmmakers’s shoes. Some barely offer […]

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  • 100 Behind The Scenes shots from 2001 A Space Odyssey

    In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m a big fan of Stanley Kubrick, and consider his film 2001 A Space Odyssey, one of the greatest films ever made. Yesterday marked the anniversary of the film’s 1968 premiere. To celebrate, our good friend Larry Wright, aka @refocused media, posted a tonne of behind the scenes shots on […]

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Man Of Tomorrow – Man Of Steel / B v S Fan Edit

From the guy who brought you Derelict, the Prometheus / Alien mash-up, previously covered by this site, comes a new edit of Zack Snyder’s Man Of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Vimeo user @JobWillins (real name Daniel) has largely ditched the “out there” wackier elements of B v S, such as the desert dream, […]

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Review: Jason Bourne

For years fans, critics even, have been clamouring for more Bourne action, a follow up to the most intelligent and enjoyable espionage action series in many a year. Star Matt Damon held out until gun-fu guru director Paul Greengrass was ready with the “right story” – well, be careful what you wish for, because this […]

Star Trek Beyond -2016

Review: Star Trek Beyond

“Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship  Ennui..” Or so it seems at the beginning of Star Trek Beyond. Three years into her five year deep space mission to explore new life etc, Chris Pine as Enterprise’s Captain Jim Kirk is beginning to feel things, in one of many meta jokes, […]

the thing comparison

The Thing Storyboard To Film Comparison

Here’s a very interesting side by side comparison of storyboards and their finished scenes from John Carpenter’s The Thing, compiled by Vashi Nedomansky . Vashi says in his post : “The visuals of both the desolate Antarctic and the ever-morphing alien creatures in THE THING were envisioned long before the movie was shot. Extensive storyboards were […]

coward film

Coward: Short Film, Big Visuals

Coward, a short film by director David Roddham, tells the tale of  two Irish cousins, James (Sean Stewart) and Andrew (Martin McCann) who enlist to fight in the trenches of Ypres in WWI. The film highlights the injustice and lack of understanding that led to many soldiers being shot for desertion or cowardice, when it has […]

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Scene Is Believing: Heat

Heat, Michael Mann’s sprawling, glorious epic of obsessive professionalism, ego, single mindedness and doomed relationships on either side of the law, sprang from that most innocuous of accidents: a cop bumping into a suspect and inviting him for a coffee. Mann first had the idea for Heat in the 1970’s when his friend Chuck Adamson, […]

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Goomahs, Molls And Mob Wives – A Style Supercut

It’s not just Henry Hill and his buddies who get to have walk-in closets with more suits and shoes than Macys – their wives, goomahs (mistresses) and classic Warner Bros molls are equally stylish (or garish, depending on their era and place in the crime family pecking order). In the following supercut from Worn, every […]

elstree 76

What is Elstree 1976?

  If you are even remotely interested in Star Wars and engage on Twitter, you’ll have been intrigued by a cryptic new Twitter account, @Elstree 1976, and its countdown to May 7. Now, the mystery can be revealed. Elstree 1976 is a new documentary by Jon Spira, a documentary “about ten very different lives connected […]

star-wars-begins-title1

star wars begins: the filmumentary strikes back

A long time ago, in a Galaxy far, far away, it was rumoured there was forgotten Star Wars production footage, missing scenes and all manner of behind the scenes goodies that Lucasfilm would have us believe was unavailable. They didn’t count on Jamie Benning… NOTE: This is an amended form of my interview that first appeared last […]

flophouse_comp

Interview: The Flop House Podcast

There are many funny bad-movie podcasts out there. Many set themselves a task of deconstructing the movie and discussing it in a great deal of depth. There are very long discussions around the craft of film and how such movies can be improved and what they would do in the filmmakers’s shoes. Some barely offer […]

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