Category Archives: Film


Deepfake (deep learning + fake) describes the superimposition of one source image or video into another using AI and CGI.

Here, a youthful Harrison Ford takes the place of Alden Ehrenreich (mostly convincingly) in the most recent Star Wars spinoff.

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Classic monkeyshines from Home Alone 2: Lost In New York, enhanced with some Gunnery Sergeant Hartman from Full Metal Jacket by video editor Khalid Shahin.

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Some 40 years after the fact, Dmitry Grozov (aka Ahriman) creates a vary stylish Japanimation trailer for the original Star Wars move.

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Every one of Owen Wilson’s trademark interjections from Bottle Rocket to Father Figures compiled by Owenergy. In chronological order.

Finally.

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In Sebastien Egert’s sci-fi short, a man foolishly attempts to order a non-standard XXL Triple Cheese pizza at some point in the very near future.

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A rhyming mashup of ‘sorta makes sense, sorta gibberish’ lines from various movies by the mighty Jonny ‘Eclectic Method’ Wilson.

Previously: Work It

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James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 – a soon-to-be-released 1,290 piece model from LEGO Creator Expert series complete with ejector seat, rotating license plates, bullet shield, tyre slashers and front machine guns.

(€150)

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Using the vintage effect of blending colourful liquids and chemicals to simulate nebulae and galaxies (a technique employed in films like 2001: A Space Odyssey) Nicolas Arnol visualises ‘the uncharted territories of outer space’.

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Another superedit of dance scenes from movies: this time – 300 memorable sequences intercut by Casper Langbak.

Full list of movies here.

Related: Let’s Dance

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