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

In honor of the NBA finals, here’s a supercut of the best basketball dunks in movies:

This Jurassic Park print by Rich Kelly is part of Mondo’s “When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth” exhibit. See more at Business Insider.

See what San Andreas looks like… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Basketball In the Movies, 'San Andreas' Without Special Effects and More

We want to make it easier for you to digest an entire month’s worth of movies in one sitting, so we’ve created these groovy little calendars you can use to get caught up on the month’s most notable movie releases, both in theaters and at home (note: the VOD dates may vary by platform). We’ve also littered our nerdy calendar with a few memorable events that took place… Continue reading June Movies Calendar: In Theaters, on Blu-ray, New VOD Releases and More

There are countless filmmakers who join Twitter just to promote their next project. So far that hasn’t been the case with Vincenzo Natali. The director of Cube, Nothing, Splice, and Haunter recently joined Twitter, but he’s not just drumming up promo for new episodes of Hannibal (he’s a regular director on the series), he’s actually sharing details on a ton of his past movies that… Continue reading Vincenzo Natali Shares Concept Art For His 'Predator,' 'It,' and 'Neuromancer' Movies That Never Happened

With Avengers: Age of Ultron now in theaters and Marvel readying their next superhero film, Ant-Man, for release this July, you might be wondering about all these superhero movies. How many of them are there, and when will they all come out? 

That information can sometimes get lost in the deluge of superhero news that invades the internet every week, especially as titles and release dates continually… Continue reading The Next Four Years of Superhero Movies, All In One Image

As far as cinematic genres go, few are as reliably controversial as horror cinema. From the days of Tod Browning’s Freaks (which used real sideshow performers for its ghastly tale of retribution) way back in 1932, to some of the unforgettable moments of Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist, controversy is one of the genre’s constants.

While there’s no official title bestowed upon the… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Eight Movies More Controversial Than 'The Human Centipede' Series