Archive for the ‘Film’ Category

The Last Exorcism falls short but gets an A+ for creepy. Considering this film is produced by Eli Roth, one would expect his influence to add the usual gruesome torture porn we’ve come to expect from him. Contrary to this notion, The Last Exorcism is a slow paced documentary style film that builds with suspense [...]

Leading up to the release of Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch, animator Ben Hibon in collaboration with Splastk, have made numerous animated short films. This one is called “The Trenches”. Sucker Punch opens in theaters March 25, 2011. Here is the movie trailer…

From the folks over at Art of the Title comes this presentation video for the SXSW “Excellence in Title Design” competition screening. It shows a brief history of title design. Credits: Editor: Ian Albinson Music: RJD2 “Ghostwriter”

MOVIE REVIEW: BATTLE LA – It’s not as bad as critics make it out to be. Sci-fi thriller Battle L.A. (directed by Jonathan Liebesman) is a classic example by which one can critique it and use the term “It’s all relative”. What the average moviegoer wants versus the critics aspiration for this film where polar opposites. The [...]

The Adjustment Bureau (2011) If you blended parts of ‘The Matrix’ with the film ‘Serendipity’ you’d get the The Adjustment Bureau. Imagine if your life was predestined and no matter the supposed choices you make, your path in life is ultimately not really up to you. This is the premise of The Adjustment Bureau (directed [...]

If you are a designer (especially a graphic designer) you know about the film ‘Helvetica‘. If you have never heard of it, we suggest you put this baby in your Netflix queue immediately. A feature length documentary about the most well-known typeface in modern day history Helvetica and about graphic design in general, was directed by [...]

The 1948 American comedy horror film Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, directed by Charles Barton and starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello, is the first of several films where the comedy duo meets classic characters from Universal’s horror film stable. In this four part series learn exactly what went into filming this classic horror comedy.


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