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In the realm of documentaries about horror movies, it seems unlikely that anyone will ever make anything quite as epic as Daniel Farrands’ Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th. This roughly seven-hour feature is the definitive behind-the-scenes look at Jason Voorhees’ bload-soaked cinematic rampage. Packed with interviews, clips, and a treasure-trove of other goodies, this is a must-own for… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: The Best Documentaries About Horror Movies

Calling streaming movies the wave of the future is a bit outdated because that future is already here. Streaming movies to all kinds of devices is totally normal these days and the quality of service just keeps getting better. There is one big problem with streaming services, though: they have to, uh, stream. No internet connection, no streaming.

One of the biggest… Continue reading PSA: Amazon Prime Video Will Now Let You Watch Movies Offline

Finders Keepers documentary

Finders Keepers, which premiered at Sundance earlier this year, is without doubt one of the best movies of 2015. That’s why it’s a bit of a bummer how hard it is to tell just how funny and tragic, how surreal and insightful this miracle of a story is from the trailer that just hit online. But that’s understandable, because it’s not… Continue reading 'Finders Keepers,' One of the Absolute Best Movies of 2015, Gets a Trailer

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

Filmmaking Tip of the Day:

Not into product placement? Elliot Grove of Raindance instructs on how to use fake products in your movie with a link to some free labels and designs to use (via Filmmaker IQ):

Movies in Real Life:

Photographer Francois Dourlen mashes pictures from movies with images… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Star Wars' Travel Posters, How to Use Fake Products in Movies and More

As much as social media continues to dominate our lives, it’s still difficult to have totally shared entertainment experiences online. Even television, which often seems like the best way to be a part of a group all live-tweeting commentary on the latest episode of an event-status program (say, Game of Thrones or The Bachelor), usually only works for fans in the same time zone. Live… Continue reading Here's How to Watch Netflix Movies at the Same Time as a Friend