To celebrate his 67th birthday on April 7th, this is a one minute video compilation of martial artist and actor Jackie Chan jumping over things in his movies as smooth and effortlessly as water over a waterfall. It should come as no surprise that the parkour movement was partially inspired
This is Khraniteli, a 1991 television adaptation of Lord Of The Rings broadcast on the Leningrad Television network in Russia 30 years ago. It’s really something, and I think it’s pretty obvious Peter Jackson never bothered watching this version while researching his own adaptation, or otherwise he never would have
Note: Not the whole timeline, keep going to see even deeper into the future. This is a chart created by artist and animator Dan Meth featuring a timeline of futuristic movies. As you can see, we’re right between Blade Runner and Soylent Green. Of course none of this matters because
This is the scene from Kong: Skull Island where Kong battles the giant skullcrawler, but this time Kong has a lightsaber thanks to the folks at ImmersionVFX. That’s cool. You know I never saw Kong: Skull Island and had to look up what the creature he’s fighting is called because
This is a video of precious angel Mitzi performing a little impromptu horror movie soundtrack as she strolls across an electronic keyboard. Of course it doesn’t hurt that the effects active on the synthesizer really lend themselves to a horror movie atmosphere. Did her owner set her up for this
Dream it, and you can achieve it. Even if that dream is a James Bond short made entirely with cheesy stock footage. Would I watch a feature length version? Just like my mom’s spaghetti and meatballs, I will take as much of this as you’re willing to make.
Because the human voice is the most powerful instrument in the world, this is a video of South Korean a capella quintet Maytree performing the opening intro for a lot of the major US movie production companies, including (in order) 20th Century Fox, Disney, Universal, Columbia, Warner Bros., Paramount, Pixar,
Because you’re not going to wow audiences with an explosion that looks like my buddy Dave clenching a firecracker between his butt cheeks (classic Dave), this is a video of Tom Scott working with a professional pyrotechnician (my dream gig) to explain why movie explosions look so much grander than