The Matrix was arguably one of the greatest science fiction movies of all time. Here, Screen Junkies reminds us what we loved about the original, and why its two sequels were, uh, not quite as memorable. Neo, this is loco.
(NSFW: Language) Sean Blanchard’s film-noirish six-minute psychological drama was written, shot, and edited in just one weekend; it took first prize at Bowling Green State University’s 48 Hour Film Fest.
Alfonso Cuarón wants us to feel like we are realistically floating in space in the theatre; this extended featurette on his latest film Gravity gives a behind the scenes look at just how that will happen. Guess we need to see it in IMAX.
A black comedy starring Jude Law as Dom Hemingway, a wisecracking loose cannon who used to be a safe cracker for the mob. After 12 years in prison, Dom seeks out his former boss to get his reward for keeping his mouth shut.
An excerpt of the bonus videos included in The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector’s Edition shows Christan Bale auditioning for Batman Begins. Apparently he’s wearing Val Kilmer’s Batsuit, but the Bat growl is his handiwork.
(NSFW: Language) We already knew Danny Trejo was a badass, but it’s now confirmed in the most recent trailer for Robert Rodriguez’ Machete Kills. Look for the epic bloodshed (and bullet bras) in a theatre on 10/11/13.
(NSFW: Language) A critically-acclaimed “geeksploitation” film, Zero Charisma is about a hardcore tabletop RPG fanatic who brings an unlikely new member to his small group, only to be usurped by that newbie.
It’s the Raging Bull versus the Italian Stallion. Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone play boxing rivals who come out of retirement to fight one more time in this holiday comedy. We really hope this doesn’t poop on their legacies.