The Director’s Chair is currently the best show on TV about filmmaking. It’s a very cool, candid series on El Rey Network where Robert Rodriguez interviews some of the greatest directors of our time. In the past he’s done John Carpenter, Quentin Tarantino, Guillermo del Toro, and Francis Ford Coppola, just to name a few. And for his next episode he’ll sit down… Continue reading Get to Understand Michael Mann Even Better With This Episode of 'The Director's Chair'
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Movie Comparison of the Day:
In honor of the release of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Couch Tomato amusingly presents 24 reasons Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol is the same movie as If Looks Could Kill.
Supercut of the Day:
Speaking of Tom Cruise movies, here’s a new clip compilation… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: The Stares of Tom Cruise, A Better Ending to 'Inside Out' and More
Of all the older movies currently getting the remake, reboot, prequel or sequel treatment, we’re surprised that Back to the Future hasn’t yet been called upon to sacrifice itself to the reboot gods. Time travel is hot these days (see: Looper, Hot Tub Time Machine, Project Alamanac), but Back to the Future — and its subsequent two sequels — remains untouched, as if… Continue reading Hoping for a 'Back to the Future' Sequel? This Might Be Better
This year it seems the popularity of comic book adaptations has hit a fever pitch. While the movies have enjoyed the bulk of the success of the past 15 years or so, now more than ever it looks like television is starting to catch on to the craze. With Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and now Agent Carter on CBS, its forthcoming Netflix shows centered on… Continue reading Comics on Film: Do Superheroes Work Better on the Small or Big Screen?
In the lead-up to the
66th primetime Emmy Awards on Aug. 25,
mom.me put together a hilarious parody of the Best Drama nominees that honestly could be better than the actual TV shows.
“Game of Thrones” to
“House of Cards” to
“True Detective,” this ensemble of child actors has some pretty great versatility, to hilarious results. However, it’s the
“Downton Abbey” and
“Breaking Bad” bits that… Continue reading Kids reenacting Emmy nominee performances is better than the real thing