9 Film Frames is a single topic blog on Tumblr that presents the entirety of a movie in nine panels. The frames include anything from key plot points to popular scenes that have gone on to leave their mark in film history. The blog is an ongoing project that includes a wide variety of films [...]
We love behind-the-scenes photography, especially when it’s a film we’re so fond of. Over on Vintage Everyday, they’ve unearthed shots from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The film shot in 1973, followed the fortune of Sir Galahad and his journey into the nether regions of England on a holy quest. We particularly love the [...]
Photographer Vincent Glielmi sheds a fascinating light on the people who attend the comic conferences across the world. These people are the ones who come dressed as their favourite characters from books, comics, and films – but in this setting take on a far stranger and more unusual context. Click the pic to see more.
NextMovie released a supercut video of Will Ferrel yelling in movies. A full list of the movies, in order of appearance, is available on NextMovie. Get him angry. You’ll like him when he’s angry.
The blog Thumbs and Ammo, have created this awesome collection of shoot’em up moments with one element removed: the guns. Suddenly tough guys like Al Pacino’s Tony Montana in Scarface don’t look so tough… he’s just enthusiastically giving a thumbs-up. Click the pic to see more.
Abel Macias has come up with a cool game involving Emoji icons on iOS platforms: Emoji Movie Pictionary. The game is simple, use the variety of icons on offer to suggest the names of film titles. Apparently, there’s an app of this already, but we like the organic way in which this came about. Click [...]
Who needs those fancy movie cameras? To make a movie, all you need is a Google Street View car. Google Street Scene is a site filled with movie scenes as seen through Google Street View. Click the pic to explore more.
Philadelphia artist and teacher Andrew DeGraff created an illustrated series of maps that each represent a film from the original Indiana Jones trilogy: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. They were created, along with our previously posted Star Wars maps, for his [...]
Quentin Tarantino’s movies are violent, sure, and vulgar, certainly, but when his characters aren’t shooting something or driving somewhere, odds are they’re eating. Tarantino loves to use food to stretch out a scene, give a comic undercurrent to a grim conversation, or even advance a plot, and he fails to disappoint in his newest film, [...]
New York graphic designer Daniel Nyari has created this awesome poster showcasing the weapons of TV, movie and video games. Can you name them all? We got under half, we admit, we have much to learn when it comes to weapons in media. Click the pic to see more.