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The Best Death Scene In Movie History

The Best Death Scene In Movie History (aka The Most Absurd Death Scene In Movie History)…

Hollywood in the 1970s

Novak’s Blog has unearthed some seriously cool pictures of Hollywood stars in the 1970s…check out the photographs here…

The Star Wars Burlesque Show

The Star Wars Burlesque show…Now showing at Music Box in Hollywood…is it weird or fun? Read the article and see the pics/video at Bit Rebels…

Hannah & Her Sisters (1986)

Annie Hall is nearly always cited as fidgety New Yorker Woody Allen’s best work. And while I’ll agree that it is a great movie, his best film will, for me, always be Hannah & Her Sisters. There are many reasons for this, and perhaps not the most insignificant being the amount of screen time that Allen has in this film (let’s face it, the guy can get annoying)…

Why The Oscars Are A Con

Journalist and documentary filmmaker John Pilger discusses in an article for the New Statesman why the Academy Awards are a con…read the article on Pilger’s website here…

Silent Bob Too Fat To Fly?

Filmmaker Kevin Smith is too fat to fly?…after being told he posed a ‘safety risk’ and was removed from a Southwest Airlines flight, Smith let fly on Twitter…

Moon (2009)

Comparisons to science-fiction classics such as Silent Running and 2001: A Space Odyssey are obvious – but even though the film borrows from not only those films’ concepts but their sensibilities as well, Moon exists in its’ own atmosphere. Key to the films’ success is Sam Rockwell, an actor that has consistently chosen interesting roles throughout his career…

The 50 Best Movies of the Decade

But even with the influx of tedious CGI-based films, it must be said that the decade advanced the art of special effects with leaps and bounds, building steadily on the work first displayed in Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park way back in 1993. These advancements alone allowed films such as The Lord Of The Rings trilogy to finally be put on screen the way it should be seen…

I See Films – Best Of The Decade

Guest writer for GritFX T-Shirts Adam Fay has recently posted his Top 100 Films of the last decade on his blog I See Films (so you don’t have to…)…Stay tuned to GritFX T-Shirts for Wadrick’s Top 50…

Mad Max 2 (1981)

In a post-apocalyptic world, the only commodity of value is “guzzoline” (yep, food is secondary) and for Max, it’s a never-ending quest to secure the stuff. When he agrees to help a ragtag band of survivors drive a tanker full of the precious liquid away from their compound, it is merely an excuse to stage some kick-ass chase scenes in the Australian outback…

Langley Parks: Soundscapes, Themes & Noise – free individual track download…

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