Archive for category: Film

Harry Potter vs Voldemort

Artwork, Books, Film, Humor

The new Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiers this Friday, and with that mind, an artist friend of ours from our sister site, Bizarre Bytes, put together this little Harry Potter comic to illustrate how the Harry Potter universe probably could have been paired down to a single book. (Check out […]

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Harry Potter Pillows

Books, Film

I’m not going to sit here and lie to you and say that I’ve read all the Harry Potter books or seen all the movies (though I have seen most of them and they are entertaining). However, as I do understand the appeal of both, I can also understand how fans have created a demand […]

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4 Abusive Hollywood Business Practices That Would Get A CEO Frog Marched on CNN

Celebrities, featured, Film

Everyone loves a good villain. And in the movies these days, more often than not the villain is a Big Business CEO. In the film Syriana, for example, the bad guy was not a group of terrorists or an enemy country. It was Big Oil that was trying to manipulate oil prices with terrorism, wars […]

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Vogue Disney Princesses

Artwork, featured, Film

These images have floated all around Tumblr for a while, so we guess it’s OK to post them here.  After a bit of digging, we found that the artist behind these re-imaginings of the Disney Princesses is Dante Tyler Brown.  You can find him on DeviantArt and we give him a shout out and full […]

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Movie Roles Passed on by Actors

Celebrities, Fail, Film

We all know that with very few exceptions, the guy that ends up being cast in a movie role isn’t the only guy being looked at for the role. However, some rolls are so iconic, so associated with an actor that it’s hard to imagine somebody else having ever been considered for the role. Here […]

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Do you recognize these famous cars?

Film, Humor

Do you recognize these famous cars? Eat Me – Death Mobile From the classic 1978 college movie Animal House.  Delta fraternity member Kent Dorfman  F’d up and trusted he fellow fraternity brothers.  Flounder trusted his older brother’s car to the likes of D-Day, Bluto, Otter but unfortunately the car was totaled.  Much like Jeff Spicoli’s […]

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Spot the Kelsey Grammer Voiceovers

featured, Film, Television

Nominated for 14 Emmys, Allen Kelsey Grammer, is no stranger to being in the limelight at the forefront of popular television. But Grammer’s work behind the camera is not as well known to the average viewer. His voiceover work has appeared on many programs and films where with his warm, deep baritone has added a […]

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Best Movie Adaptations of Books

Books, Film

I’m a fan of both movies and books, and so it’s always interesting to me to see movies of books I’ve read, and to read the books on which movies I’ve seen were based.  That being said, some movies based on books just drop the ball.  They either try to change too much, or only […]

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ReStyled AT-ATs

Artwork, Film, Humor, Television

A combination of movies and shows from the past and Star Wars? We call that one a win boys and girls (or winning if you’re Charlie Sheen). 30 year old graphic designer and Glasgow resident “SevenHundred” has created a series of t-shirt designs combining AT-ATs and popular movies and TV series from the past. Check […]

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The Art of Opening Title Sequences in Film

Film

If you love movies and I think you do you then you probably have seen many of these opening titles sequences. But there were more than a few I had forgotten or had never seen. Ian Albinson created this amazing sequence of Titling film, and highlights about one hundred years of film titles and credits. […]

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