Why Watch? Whoa. Wow. Okay. Calming down just a bit, for fans of Rear Window (and who isn’t? Seriously, find me these people who aren’t so we can send them all to a different planet where they can’t bother us), this short film is a thing of movie geek beauty. Jeff Desom is a true geek, because he thought it would be a great idea to reconstruct the courtyard from the Alfred Hitchcock flick in order to follow the events of the film from a static position. Turns out, it was better than a great idea. The execution here is impeccable. What will it cost? Only 3 minutes. Skip Work. You’ve Got Time For More Short Films.
Here is an awesome little piece of fan fun from one of the Watchmen viral marketing sites. Go to Minutemenarcade and you can play an NES style arcade game, featuring Night Owl, Silk Spectre and Molloch.
The Alamo Drafthouse facilitates special screenings of special movies. To commemorate these screenings, they commission silkscreen posters by some pretty amazing artists. The latest commission – The Godfather.
Most of us were going to balance the ups and downs of the McCain/Palin team and the Obama/Biden team. Well not so fast kids, what about the dynamic duo making waves on the independent ticket as we speak? Don’t know who I’m talking about? None other than presidential hopeful John McClane and his running mate Hans Gruber.
A long, long time ago, I mentioned a twentieth anniversary set for Mystery Science Theater 3000. I am a huge fan of the series, and I did like the Film Crew spin-off. So when I was instructed by an FSR reader to check out some more stuff from the MST3K gang, I was floored.
I just picked some of my favorites from films like Back to The Future, Shaun of The Dead, Robocop, Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind, Jaws, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining and Being John Malkovich.
Some people say that humans that are animated should be merely caricatures of humans, not mirror replicas. This is a video explaining the visual effects company, Image Metrics. Watch, and I will catch you after the video…
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