This week we’re looking back at best DPs to ever let light touch film. From every era, from all over the world, from all walks of life, these are the best cinematographers of all time. The Picks: 10 – The beginnings, Billy Bitzer 9 – The Golden Age, Gregg Toland 8 – Transition to color, […]
From The Woman in Red, who first appear in Thrilling Comics #2 (Mar. 1940) up to Riri Williams (Ironheart) in 2016, here is the history and evolution of female superheroes by Youtube channel Ladylike. [Ladylike]
With all the attention actors, directors and cinematography get sometimes it’s easy to forget about the little things. Props can be tools, weapons, character builders or maguffins and these are the 10 best of all time. [CinemaFix]
What is Ghostbusters really about? What’s the theme? Does it even have one? Let’s find out! [Patrick (H) Willems]
A hard drive with as many as 10 unfinished Terry Pratchett novels has been flattened by a steamroller. But it’s what he wanted. Pratchett had left instructions that any unfinished work be destroyed in just such a manner. He had said he wanted to be sure that nobody was able to complete any works after […]
Here’s the first image released from the filming of HBO’s movie adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. As we previously covered, it’s the first on-screen version of the story for more than 50 years and stars Michael B Jordan in the lead role of Montag, a fireman who questions his work of burning outlawed books. […]
Some of us are avid Game of Thrones viewers who instantly get every reference, subtlety and callback. Others of us watch every episode but have to admit to sometimes missing things or losing track of exactly who everyone is and how they got where they are. This video is for the latter group.
Depending on your age, you’ll likely associate a particular Nickolodeon show with green slime: for me it’s You Can’t Do That On Television. Now former network presenter Mark Summers reveals exactly what was in the slime and why it was safe to eat. [Via: Neatorama]