This old RETROCRUSH piece is really cool. I have several sets of the glasses, still, and I do have some VHS movies in 3D. I should hook up the ol’ VHS player. Kids, a VHS player is how we used to watch movies at home.
Now, I know The Godfather… but I had never heard this awesome behind-the-scenes tale before:
Love this: LA swapped out its old sodium streetlights for LEDs. Sounds mundane, but then you realize that a buttload of filmsand TV shows are shot there. They’re all gonna look different.
Mara Wilson, from Matilda and Mrs. Doubtfire and others, deals in truth.
These are all available on the YouTubes, too. Ridley Scott in 1956? Wow. Early shorts from famed directors:
I’m so uncool. I had to look up some of these guys. The guns of famous characters:
When you watch X backwards…
I haven’t seen The Seventh Seal (I know!), but I do know it has nothing to do with aquatic creatures. Anyway, this is a quick look at the chess match and its plausibility.
Yeah, what’s the deal with oranges?
I did not know that all these movies were connected! Ok, so I did notice that pizza van all the time and John Ratzenberger’s voice…
Celebrities who served military duty (Bankrate.com) [Harvey Keitel in 1958?!?]
Remains of Star Wars sets in Tunisia (Mashable)
Famous people just hangin’ out (Daily Lazy)
Stanley Kubrick’s fave films (Criterion)
Yes, seriously, I joined the crowd and am “allowing” – as if there was a big demand for it – the rating of individual posts and comments and pages. You’re welcome. No, really.
Daniel Craig, right as always.