An epic Star Wars Episode IV scrolling graphic by Swiss illustrator Martin Panchaud.
Encompassing the entire storyline of the movie, it’s 1024 x 465152 pixels in size and you can view it
Australian actress channels her inner Patrick Bateman in a spoof short by Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost..
A 53 film supercut of writerly procrastination by editor Ben Watts.
What do you mean you ‘weren’t invited”?
A very nifty mashup promo by We Are Royale for the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival featuring all manner of famous party goers at the movie shindig to end all movie shindigs.
You may recall Antonio Maria Da Silva’s Hell Club.
Video editor, remix artist Steve Collender (
The final X-Men movie is coming out next month. As a tribute to the franchise I’ve combined
all of the X-Men movies into one epic music video (I left out X-Men 3 because it was the only bad one…).
The video features
over 30 X-Men characters spanning 15 years in 3 minutes, with the action syncing up to the song Capital M-E by Taking Back Sunday.
The ’00s emo outfit in question show their love.
A seamless mashup of a scene from the ‘Rock Bottom’ episode of Spongebob Squarepants and the ‘Royale With Cheese’ scene from Pulp Fiction by YouTuber Innagadadavida.
A few years ago, he did a similarly excellent Bikini Bottom redub of the ‘ Jimmy Situation’ scene.
Burger Fiction’s compilation of their 100 favourite movie lines delivered prior to the kill, adding:
Use these at your own risk. We don’t condone murder.
Filmmaker Vugar Efendi’s side-by-side comparison of film scenes and the artworks that inspired them.
A video essay from filmmaker Stephen Murphy, to wit:
… bad films can be as influential as good ones. This episode focuses on The Phantom Menace, a film that is particularly influential and particularly bad. Modern blockbuster culture started in 1999 when George Lucas released his prequel into the world and cinema changed forever…
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