Not every movie about space exploration gets to use NASA logos. As a government agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has the right to refuse representation on screen if they consider that representation a negative portrayal. Inaccuracies galore are okay, such as in the case of Armageddon, but apparently showing an astronaut murder another astronaut can get a movie like Red Planet denied.
NASA… Continue reading Watch: These NASA Videos Will Answer All Your Questions About 'The Martian'
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
What if Captain America had a reason to be suited with his own Iron Man type armor? Artist Abraão Segundo shows us with “Captain Iron” (via Geek Tyrant):
John Carpenter made a music video for “Night,” a track from his new album of music that’s like… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: New '80s Style Music Videos From David Hasselhoff and John Carpenter and More
Our friends at Filmmaker IQ have published a fun and informative lesson that’s perfect for the spooky season. The History of Horror takes us from the roots of the genre dating back to the earliest days of cinema right on up to current trends.
The video starts with gothic horror inspired by the “old castle on a dark and stormy night” tales… Continue reading Explore the History and Psychology of Horror Movies with These Great Videos
Benedict Cumberbatch is incredible in
“Sherlock,” but did you know that the actor also does impressions? In order to understand just how incredible this really is, enjoy videos in which Cumberbatch imitates Chewbacca, Alan Rickman and more.
An “Alan Rickman-off” with Jimmy Fallon
Obi-Wan Kenobi (while driving on “Top Gear” — look for the impression at 4:30)
Chewbacca (with Harrison Ford listening)
Former “Doctor Who” star… Continue reading Benedict Cumberbatch videos: 'Sherlock' star as Chewbacca, Alan Rickman, David Tennant and more
CMT Music Awards 2014 had some excellent performances, highlighted by Eric Church and Lzzy Hale rocking out on “That’s Damn Rock & Roll,” and Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood with nothing bad about “Somethin’ Bad.”
Of course, there were also a few duds — we’re looking at you, Dierks Bentley and your dancing flight attendants. Heck, CMT didn’t even post video of Hunter Hayes’… Continue reading 2014 CMT Music Awards performance videos ranked best to worst