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Captain America Civil War concept art

NOTE: The following contains spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Next year, Marvel Studios will release Captain America: Civil War, and unlike many of the other solo character films the studio has put out, it feels more like a fully-fledged Avengers affair. In addition to the likes of Captain America and Iron Man, we’ll also be seeing all of the “New… Continue reading Comics on Film: How 'Captain America: Civil War' Will Become 'Avengers 2.5'

Disclaimer: No matter how this Film Face-off ends up, or what we all think of this remake, your childhood memories have not been ruined. The original film still exists the same as it always has. It has been 33 years, and with every other notable horror franchise getting rebooted in some sort of way, it was only a matter of time before we got a new Poltergeist. So… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'Poltergeist' 1982 vs 'Poltergeist' 2015

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

In honor of Tomorrowland opening this weekend, watch a supercut tribute to the movies of Brad Bird (via The Playlist):

If only Disney really made beer inspired by their animated classics. Until then, here are printable labels to wrap around your lame real beer. See them each up closer at Design Taxi. … Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Brad Bird Movie Supercut, The "World's Most Relaxing Film" and More

The Mad Max trilogy is one of the most beloved franchises in Hollywood. Or is it? Mad Max (1979) is a quiet burn with not a tremendous amount going on. The 1985 film Mad Max Beyond the Thunderdome proved that Tina Turner’s song saying “We Don’t Need Another Hero,” was right. Right? But then there was the 1982 movie Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. It sits at… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'The Road Warrior' vs. 'Mad Max: Fury Road'

When Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back hit theaters in 1980 a very special short film played in front of it in select theaters around the world. This wasn’t just a fleeting five minute cartoon or anything like that, either. Black Angel was a robust, lushly photographed 25-minute film commissioned by George Lucas himself with the express purpose of showing… Continue reading Watch the Long-Lost Short Film George Lucas Had Made For 'Empire Strikes Back'