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Editor Jacob T Swinney sez:

Many filmmakers pay homage to other films, but Tarantino takes things a step further by replicating exact moments from a variety of genres and smashing them together to create his own distinct vision.

Previously: The Blood Of Tarantino


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Shauna Watson writes:

We recently published a video portraying some of the best areas in Dublin in an effort to promote the beauty of the city. The video has been reviewed as “heart-warming” and “uplifting” and reminds people both at home and abroad of the carefree nature of the Irish and wonders of our capital. We are very proud of both Dublin and of this video showcasing many beautiful scenes and sights of the city and feel that it should be shared with the Irish and our international friends.

homer1 homer2 homer3Draw Homer is a website wherein we observe portraits of Homer by artists from all over the world.

The above examples by (left to right, top to bottom) John Michael, Pablo Parés, Juan Malka, Eduardo Bertone, Joaquín Aldeguer and Macro are a mere taste of the main exhibition.


An animated homage to Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead Trilogy. As fans will know, shooting started this summer on Fede Alvarez’s remake of the original 1981 movie with Raimi and BruceCampbell on board as producers. Director Daniel Kanemoto of LA-based Ex Mortis Films sez:

Follow the evil that roams through the dark bowers of man’s domain in this balls-to-the-wall animated tribute to the sights, sounds and unforgettable characters of Sam Raimi’s iconic EVIL DEAD trilogy! This is my cinematic love letter to three influential movies that made me want to be a filmmaker: EVIL DEAD, EVIL DEAD 2, and ARMY OF DARKNESS.

It’ll swallow your soul.

Previously: The Evil Dead Is 30


A product of 12 weeks of CGI by UK film editor VFX (as opposed to actual stop motion animated LEGO) but a blocky delight nonetheless – filled with humourous film references for Inception fans.


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As part of their Everything’s A Remix project, Kirby Ferguson and Robert Grigsby Wilson take a slick, extended look at how Quentin ‘Kill Bill’ Tarantino pays homage to cinematic history.

You may not agree with every juxtaposition, but most of them are undeniable.