Category Archives: Things We Love
Though it ended back in 2013, Breaking Bad remains one of the most popular and critically acclaimed television shows, held up as a barometer for other hour-longs to compare themselves to. Now, two fans are proving what makes the series so good, yet again, with Breaking Bad – The Movie.
The first look at Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins in Disney’s sequel Mary Poppins Returns has been revealed and it looks great — the perfect blend of familarity while still being new and fresh.
In case you didn’t catch any of the thousands of memes and news bits, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced La La Land as the winner of Best Picture when the actual winner was Moonlight. I give it another 24 hours before this story becomes officially obnoxious, but until then let’s enjoy this entertaining spoof where James Corden pokes fun at the whole ordeal.
It’s that time of year, folks! Days before the Academy Awards, we talked to actual Oscar voters to hear how poorly they’ve done their jobs. This year was no exception.
Which Best Picture nominee does our Twitter-happy President call “sad?” How about all of them!
Credit lies with Taika Waititi, a director with a unique comic sensibility and an outside-the-box choice to direct a big-budget comic book movie if there ever was one.
The NBA Celebrity Game announced its rosters and the pressure is now on, though it’s nothing an Avenger can’t handle.
After being off the air for 13 years, Samurai Jack will start a fifth season on Adult Swim. Fans of the show from the 2000s will finally be able to have all of their questions answered with a revamped protagonist.
Equal parts hilarious and disturbing, “The Procedure” is an unforgettable experience. Warning: Contains graphic imagery that may be disturbing to some viewers.
“New year, new me,” is a chorus echoed throughout social media in January. With that being said, it is a perfect time to revisit the Ben Berman directed short film How to Lose Weight in 4 Easy Steps!, written by Aaron Bleyaert.
Watch the innovative and ambitious evolution of Disney animation from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Zootopia in this short video essay, chronicling their animated theatrical features since 1937.
Christmas magic turns dark in this short film from Matt Nix and Matt Fackrell.
Wes Anderson has returned to advertising to direct a Christmas-themed commercial for clothing retailer H&M. The ad features the quirky filmmaker’s distinct style and flair from the camerawork to idiosyncratic background details to recurring Anderson collaborator Adrien Brody in the starring role.
Now that Finding Dory is out on DVD, the short film that precedes it, Piper, is available for all to watch and it’s an adorable look at growing up and overcoming fear.
A stunning short, The Tale of Thomas Burberry reimagines crucial events in the life of Burberry founder, Thomas Burberry, as told by a star-studded cast.
Jeff Cassidy’s new short film Sidekick is a heartfelt and original short dealing with important lessons about family and loss.
The Tracking Board’s fourth annual Halloween logline contest has a winner! Thank you for all of your submissions
In this Peanuts/Stranger Things mash-up, Will Byers returns home from the upside down, but can’t seem to get in the holiday spirit.
Sit back, unwind, and don’t cross the streams because we have 10 minutes of hilarious Kate McKinnon outtakes and alternate lines from Ghostbusters.
Tom Cruise is no stranger to an extended sprint down a busy street, whether he is in sweatpants, jeans, or a tailored suit. In this 19-minute supercut, check out every scene of Cruise running somewhere.
Borrowed Time is a new short film from two Pixar animators, Lou Hamou-Lhadj and Andrew Coats, and is both breathtakingly animated and heartbreakingly real.
The new trailer for Power Rangers paints a much darker and serious world than fans of the original series are used to. The juxtaposition between the campy fun of the original series and the serious tone of the reboot is shown in this retro mashup trailer.
There were a lot of things to love at the Emmys last night, including a promo for Netflix’s various original television series highlighting all of the varied and great female characters that can be seen on the streaming network.
With the 42nd season premiere just weeks away, Killam returned to his office at 30 Rock to give a more official goodbye, in the style of HBO’s behind-the-scenes of the NFL series Hard Knocks.
Gene Wilder, who became one of the greatest comedic actors of his generation with roles in films like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Blazing Saddles, and Young Frankenstein, died at his home in Connecticut on Monday at the age of 83.
What’s better than bloopers? Not much, except superhero bloopers! In anticipating of Captain America: Civil War arriving on DVD and Blu-Ray on September 13, Marvel Studios has released the bloopers from the film (or at least some of them).
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be in a voiceover recording session? Seems like a pretty painless way to make a buck, right? Well, if the reality of a voiceover session is anything like this video from Hog Butcher, guess again.
This winter, a pop-up bar named Scum and Villainy Cantina is opening in sunny Hollywood, California, and all Star Wars fans are welcome. The new venue is inspired by the Mos Eisley Cantina scene in Episode IV – A New Hope when Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker first meet smugglers Han Solo and Chewbacca.