It seems like every single conceivable thing in a movie is part of a supercut or mashup these days. But most of those videos do little more than assemble a roll call of clips culled from YouTube. They’re basically just audio-visual listicles. That’s not the case with Hell’s Club, which is one of the coolest movie mash-ups we have ever seen.
We’re on the cusp of a whole lotta movie-awards talk, with Golden Globe nominations arriving next week and then the Academy Awards, but in between you’ve got the critics organizations from all over the country, as well as the various guilds (SAG, DGA, PGA) and smaller awards shows, like the Indie Spirit Awards and the Gotham Awards. Oh, and that’s not counting all… Continue reading The Best of 2014: 'Boyhood' and 'Birdman' Win Early Awards, Plus: Watch a Fantastic Year-End Mash-up
When it comes to unexplainable creepiness, dolls are right up there with innocent, towheaded children and small towns where no one locks their doors. That’s probably why people are hot to trot to see “Annabelle,” the kinda sorta spin-off of “The Conjuring” that opened last night to the tune of $ 2.1 million.
There’s nothing scarier than something you love gain consciousness, turn… Continue reading 'Toy Story' Meets 'Annabelle' In This Creepy Mashup Video
This weekend, two of the year’s very best movies are hitting theaters. One is Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood,” a sensitive, down-to-earth drama that took twelve years to film; the other is “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” a 3D studio extravaganza that features a whole platoon of anthropomorphic apes. Still, they’re both very much worth watching, both examples of the seemingly… Continue reading 'Apehood' Is a 'Boyhood'/'Apes' Mashup Guaranteed to Make You Feel Things (VIDEO)
There was already
“Doctor Who” mashup with
“Adventure Time,” that saw the animated series’ characters put in a very Whovian situation. Now, another artist has gone in a different direction with the idea.
Alex Dempsey has released a series of drawing called “Adventure Time and Space” which reimagines the Doctor and his companions in the “Adventure