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

Supercut of the Day: 

Jacob T. Swinney highlights the sounds of Jurassic Park in his latest video essay:

Mash-Up of the Day: 

What if David Lynch directed The Shining? It’d be even creepier, apparently. Check out “Blue Shining” (via Press Play):

Trailer Mix of the Day:

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

Wes Anderson‘s The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Shining are mashed up to form The Grand Overlook Hotel (via Live for Films):

Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar reunited to attend the musical adaptation of Cruel Intentions, and two of them reenacted an iconic scene from the original movie:

Purveyors of all thing pop culture, Austin-based Mondo has been revamping your cult film favorites through its vinyl soundtrack and VHS reissues, nerdy tees and sought-after artworks that pay homage to cinema’s most fun and bizarre titles. Now the company has created a new line of film-centric goodies. Mondo 237 references Stanley Kubrick’s chilling horror film The Shining.

(For those new to the movie, 237… Continue reading Fans of 'The Shining' Can Now Wear the Overlook Hotel Carpet Pattern via New Merch from Mondo

Stanley Kubrick: Limited Edition Collection (Spartacus / Lolita / Dr. Strangelove / 2001: A Space Odyssey / A Clockwork Orange / Barry Lyndon / The Shining / Full Metal Jacket / Eyes Wide Shut) [Blu-ray]

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lucille-ball-i-love-lucy.pngWith so many multi-camera sitcoms taped in front of live studio audiences heading to TV this fall — “Whitney,” “2 Broke Girls” and “I Hate My Teenage Daughter” among them — the shrinking genre faces one of its biggest tests in years.

And while the new series’ stars promise a spontaneity and and comedic dynamic you don’t get from successful single-camera laughers like “Modern Family,”… Continue reading Lucille Ball at 100: 'I Love Lucy' still a shining example of why a live audience can work