Martin Beltramino

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Here’s Bryan Cranston’s New Short Film, Which Was Made By A Production Assistant Who Won An On-Set Contest

The Walking Lulz: The Internet’s Funniest Reactions To The Mid-Season Finale Of ‘The Walking Dead’

The internet has stepped up its game in a short amount of time in response to <i>The Walking Dead’s</i> mid-season finale Sunday night. With lots of material comes lots of LOLs, obviously.<p>I don’t want to spoil the fun so let’s get right to remembering the season four mid-season finale the way it was meant …

10 Movie-Related Things I’m Thankful for This Year

I don’t plan on working very hard today, but one thing I can do is write a themed listicle, or else these blogging slacks wouldn’t be worth their pleats. We cover a lot of the negative here on FilmDrunk, but Thanksgiving, as the title might suggest, is a time for giving thanks. For being grateful …

9 Netflix Series That You Can Watch In Their Entirety In Under 9 Hours

Pre-kids, Thanksgiving for me was often my favorite time to get together with family members and pick up a few movies, or a great TV series, so that we could all avoid talking to one another, and yet leave the family get-together with the feeling that it was a success. Much of that success would …

If This Doritos ‘Finger Cleaner’ Commercial Doesn’t Win The Super Bowl Challenge We Riot

As most of you are familiar, Doritos holds an annual “Crash the Superbowl” contest inviting amateur filmmakers to submit out-of-the-box ad spots with the winning entry possibly being aired during the Super Bowl, as well as the creators being awarded cash, prizes, miniature giraffes, etc.<p>Every year …

Improv Everywhere’s ‘Spartacus’ Starbucks Prank Is Pretty Great

In case you haven’t been watching, Improv Everywhere’s “Movies in Real Life” series has been thoroughly enjoyable, with their <i>Back to the Future</i> stunt being my favorite, but their latest offering is a very simple but effective delight. I won’t give away too much of the details, other than it …