Archive for category: Film

5 Real Bank Heists That Inspired Movies

Film, News

There are a number of real life heists that inspired movies, from bank robberies to airplane hijackings and train robberies.  Some got away with the money, while others didn’t get away with anything. Boys in the Bank (1975) source: Wikipedia This 1975 movie was based on a heist at Chase Manhattan Bank on the 22nd […]

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Short Film: Out of Time by Seraph Films

featured, Film

Seraph Films is an up-and-coming, independent film studio founded by director and producer Gene Blalock that focuses on making high quality, character-driven projects for television, film, and new media. This is their short film Out of Time that brings about memories of great Twilight Zone episodes. Give it a watch, and let us know what […]

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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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Twilight Tattoos

Body Art, featured, Film

No, I’m not kidding.  This post is about tattoos that are Twilight-related.   You know Twilight?  The series?  By Stephanie Meyer?  About the girl that has the vampire boyfriend but also a werewolf friend and they’re both, like, super in love with her, even though she’s kinda clumsy and stuttery?  Some people LOVE those books and […]

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Why You Wouldn’t Survive Jurassic Park

Bizarre, Film

Recently I saw Jurassic Park being shown on TV and it made me think:  Would I be able to survive Jurassic Park?  I mean, the kids survived it, so I should be able to right?  Then I really got to thinking about it and came up with a couple of reasons why I, and yes […]

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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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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 Fictional Weapons

Cartoons, Comics, Film, Technology, Video Games

First of all, a quick disclaimer: I am not glamorizing nor glorifying weapons, violence, or related topics. Ok, now that that’s out of the way…we’ve all watched some action movie, TV show, or played a video game and thought that the hero (or villain) had a badass weapon. But what are the best of these […]

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Movie Trilogies That Don’t Completely Suck

Film

The movie industry is filled with trilogies that did good for two movies and then dropped the ball on the third time around. The Spider-Man, X-Men, Matrix, and Godfather trilogies easily spring to mind as film series that fell apart on the third time around. Does that mean that all trilogies are doomed to failure? […]

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Quentin vs Coen

Artwork, Film

So back in April, the Bold Hype Gallery in New York hosted a show featuring more than 100 artists that had done pieces inspired by the films of Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Brothers. While that show is now come and gone, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can still see some of […]

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