Tag Archives: film


Happy Halloween: These Movie Photos were All meant to Scare the be-jesus out of ya’ ! Oh-kaay, I’m waiting.

©ourtesy of deathnervezine & stayoverthere omnestar

Behind-the-scenes on Film Sets

vampiraHere she comes again, Miss Vampira

 pizza face

Horror is a film genre seeking to elicit a negative emotional reaction from viewers by playing on the audience’s primal fears. Horror films often feature scenes that startle the viewer; the macabre and the supernatural are frequent themes. Thus they may overlap with the fantasy, supernatural, and thriller genres. Horror films often deal with the viewer’s nightmares, hidden fears, revulsions and terror of the unknown. Plots within the horror genre often involve the intrusion of an evil force, event, or personage, commonly of supernatural origin, into the everyday world. Prevalent elements include ghosts, aliens, vampires, werewolves, demons, vicious animals, monsters, zombies, cannibals, and serial killers. Conversely, movies about the supernatural are not necessarily always horrific.

ouch

Read more: Happy Halloween: These Movie Photos were All meant to Scare the be-jesus out of ya’ ! Oh-kaay, I’m waiting.

Vintage 3-D Film poster from 1953

©ourtesy of theniftyfifties 

it-came-from-outer-spacein-3-d-1953-film-poster

“Why I Swear, I thought, they were talkin’ about the U.S. Debt Crisis” !!! 

A 3D or 3-D (three-dimensional) film or S3D (stereoscopic 3D) film[1] is a motion picture that enhances the illusion of depth perception. Derived from stereoscopic photography, a regular motion picture camera system is used to record the images as seen from two perspectives (or computer-generated imagery generates the two perspectives in post-production), and special projection hardware and/or eyewear are used to provide the illusion of depth when viewing the film. 3D films are not limited to feature film theatrical releases; television broadcasts and direct-to-video films have also incorporated similar methods, especially since 3D television and Blu-ray 3D.

Read more: Vintage 3-D Film poster from 1953

Promotheus Darling !!!

©ourtesy of bbook reblogged salesonfilm: Source: moltres

Welp, there goes any chance of taking Prometheus seriously ever again.

[Presented without comment.]

Hollywood Movie Events in Los Angeles March 2-8

Commentary by Mary

Click to visit the original post

“The Fly” and its sequel “Curse of the Fly” are playing this week at The Million Dollar Theater in downtown Los Angeles Hollywood Movie Events in Los Angeles March 2-8, 2012 It’s another jam-packed week of movie events in Hollywood this week including special appearances by the cast of “The Hunger Games,” a Seussapalooza, Marx Brothers movies, French comedy flicks, two of Spencer Tracy’s best films, a red carpet premiere, and so much more. – read more – ~~~ The … Read more:

The Dark Knight Rises

On the rare occasions when blockbuster demi-god Christopher Nolan emerges from his bleak dream-cave to unveil non-revelatory revelations about next year’s The Dark Knight Rises, the director has worked overtime to explain that Rises will be a genuine conclusion to his version of the Batman mythos. A new poster for the film makes that idea explicit. Batman’s mask lies on the ground, broken. In the background, we can see apparently unintelligible villain Bane walking away. The tagline is simple: “The Legend Ends.” It’s an interesting, uncompromising sales pitch — it’ll be intriguing to see how Rises plays in the same summer as the candy-colored superhero bromance The Avengers. It also adds more fuel to the main question hovering over Rises: Could they actually kill off Batman?

On the rare occasions when blockbuster demi-god Christopher Nolan emerges from his bleak dream-cave to unveil non-revelatory revelations about next year’s The Dark Knight Rises, the director has worked overtime to explain that Rises will be a genuine conclusion to his version of the Batman mythos. A new poster for the film makes that idea explicit. Batman’s mask lies on the ground, broken. In the background, we can see apparently unintelligible villain Bane walking away. The tagline is simple: “The Legend Ends.” It’s an interesting, uncompromising sales pitch — it’ll be intriguing to see how Rises plays in the same summer as the candy-colored superhero bromance The Avengers. It also adds more fuel to the main question hovering over Rises: Could they actually kill off Batman? – - more Read

Celebrating ‘Al Pacino’ as SERPICO

by inspirarch:

Jimmy Turrell’s design/illustration portfolio includes this cover for Little White Lies Magazine that was included in the magazine’s 70s film retrospective exhibition at London’s Kemistry Gallery.

inspirarch:      Jimmy Turrell’s design/illustration portfolio includes this cover for Little White Lies Magazine that was included in the magazine’s 70s film retrospective exhibition at London’s Kemistry Gallery.      Check out a close look at the work and shots from the exhibition here.Check out work and shots from the exhibition here.

Next page →