A sequel to London based filmmaker
Leigh Singer’s 2013 compilation of 69 movie scenes wherein characters break the ‘fourth wall’, addressing the audience directly.
Making up for a
glaring omission last time round, he makes sure to include Sam Elliot’s ‘The Stranger’ from The Big Lebowski.
Mario and Fafa discuss their top ten futuristic movie products that are better than, and that should be made instead of the imminent
Nike. Back to the Future power lace hi-tops
Talented button jockey
Jabob T. Swinney (he of the excellent thing we called Quentinnitus) sez of this nifty montage:
Quentin Tarantino is the master of the extreme close up and utilizes the technique for a variety of reasons. The shots are often used to convey the gravity of a particular situation or the manipulative strength of a character’s vice. Some express power, some express weakness, and others just simply look cool. Here is a look at Tarantino’s masterful use of the extreme close up throughout his feature film career.
MORE: Video Essays: Quentin Tarantino and Jonathan Demme’s Use of Close-Ups (Rope Of Silicon)
Recently posted by the
Monty Python YouTube channel – the ‘find the fish’ segment from (1983). The Meaning Of Life
The film was the last to feature all six original Pythons and all six appear as fish here. Thirty two years ago.
Peter Livolsi’s pithy tale of an office worker ( Martin Starr) who lives life in slow motion unlike everyone else around him, including the co-worker he has a crush on.
The Emperor’s New Clothes rap – a deftly edited new joint by Cassetteboy – aka musical ‘plunderphonics’ maestros Mark Bolton and Steve Warlin
From the Michael Winterbottom/Russell Brand
collaboration of the same name.
A long and bloody
Auralnauts montage of all 539 confirmed kills by Sylvester Stallone in his movies to date.
The Liam Neeson Kill Map