In his video essay (also available in text form), Matthias Stork details the elements of what he calls, “Chaos Cinema” and their effects on film and viewer experience: “The film doesn’t seduce you into suspending your disbelief. It bludgeons you until you give up.”
A couple of looks at the art and history of film title sequences.
Lexcorp needs a bailout and a yeti needs a lift.
Do you have all the information you require regarding the Batmobile’s physical evolution and its history? Probably not. Fortunately, these two sites have made a start. (Thanks, Humash!)
Wildgrounds breaks down their most anticipated films of 2011.
Here are trailers for 6 of the 10 movies at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness program this year: Fubar II; The Vanishing on 7th Street; The Butcher, The Chef and The Swordsman; Red Nights; Fire of Conscience; and Stake Land. (SUPER, Insidious, Bunraku and John Carpenter’s […]