Mariana Tineo Blanco

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Sandwich Monsters, Delicious Photos of Creative Sandwich Creatures

Sandwich Monsters is a project by New York-based art director Kaisa Haupt of delicious photos of creatures, animals and well-known pop culture …

Marvel Comics

Capcom Opening a ‘Blood-Filled’ Zombie Swimming Pool in London

To mark the high-definition release of the <i>Resident Evil Revelations</i> video game, Capcom will be opening a “blood-filled” swimming pool near the …

DREAM, A Short Documentary About the Art & Culture of Burning Man

Rich Van Every of lightworkscreative.tv has directed and produced <i>DREAM: Art & Culture of Burning Man</i>, a short documentary that “offers a glimpse into …

Documentaries

The Lost Sketchbook of Guillermo del Toro:

<b>The Lost Sketchbook of Guillermo del Toro:</b><p><b>Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro put all his ideas for `Pan’s Labyrinth’ in a notebook — then lost it.</b><p>The heavyset man ran down the London street, panting, chasing the taxi. When it didn’t stop, he hopped into another cab. “Follow that cab!” he yelled. Guillermo del Toro wasn’t directing this movie. He was living it. And it was turning into a horror tale.<p>The Mexican filmmaker keeps all of his ideas in leather notebooks. And Del Toro had just left four years …

dutchovny:

<b>Fight Club trivia:</b> When Lou sees the Fight Club members in the basement of his restaurant, Lou punches Tyler in the stomach. When Tyler gets punched, you can see the Narrator double over slightly as if he too was punched in the stomach. A few shots later, Lou kicks Tyler in the face while he is kneeling, and in the background we see the Narrator’s head go back at the moment of impact.

annakendrick:

Les Mis’s rotten reviews aren’t just bad<p>they’re fucking <i>brutal</i>

tomhardigans:

For your consideration…<p><i>The 365 Films Challenge</i><p><b>Short and Sweet Overview:</b> Watch 365 films in the year 2013.<p><b>What Is This Challenge?</b><br>Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to spend the next year delving into the world of film by watching one film that you have never seen before per day.<p><b>How Do I Participate?</b><br>The extent of how you participate is totally up to you. It is recommended that you post some form of a review, whether it be as simple as a star rating or as extensive as a critical film …

mrchristianbale:

in 2013 we’re getting new films from the Coen Brothers, Spike Jonze, Sofia Coppola, Michel Gondry, Steve McQueen, Jim Jarmusch, Wong Kar-Wai, Martin Scorsese, Hayao Miyazaki, Nicolas Winding Refn, Park Chan-Wook, Alfonso Cuaron, Terry Gilliam, Terrence Malick, Roman Polanski, and Guillermo del Toro<p>let that sink in for a moment

delevingned-deactivated20151023:

Martin Scorsese designed each year in the film to look just the way a color film from that time period would look. Achieved mainly through digitally enhanced post-production, Scorsese recreated the look of Cinecolor and two-strip Technicolor. Watch in particular for the scene where Howard Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio) meets Errol Flynn (Jude Law) in the club. Hughes is served precisely placed peas on a plate, and they appear blue or turquoise - just as they’d have looked in the primitive two-strip …