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The Origin of Marvel’s Infinity Stones

The Origin of Marvel’s Infinity Stones

Avengers: Infinity War is the climax of Marvel movies from the past decade. But the Infinity gems or Infinity stones – the MacGuffins at the center of the movie – have been around since the early ’70s. Variant Comics explains the stones’ origins and abilities.

1,000,000 Frames

1,000,000 Frames

(Flashing Images) We have no idea how much time it took Candice Drouet to edit this 5-minute compilation, but she claims it features a million still images from various movies, each shown in rapid succession. Your mission – identify as many of the movies as possible.

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How to Talk to Girls at Parties (Trailer)

How to Talk to Girls at Parties (Trailer)

(PG-13) “Do more punk to me.” An adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s eponymous science fiction short story. Set in 1977 London, How to Talk to Girls at Parties sees a shy punk fan meet a fellow rebellious teenager, who just happens to be an alien. Premieres 5/28/18.

First Reformed (Trailer)

First Reformed (Trailer)

An ex-military chaplain with a tortured past is challenged further when he meets a radical environmentalist couple with a horrible secret. Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried star in this drama by writer and director Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The Canyons).

Terminal (Trailer)

Terminal (Trailer)

Two assassins, a bloodthirsty waitress, a fatally ill teacher and an enigmatic janitor cross paths in the course of a hired hit. Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg and Mike Myers star in this intriguing thriller.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Honest Trailer

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Honest Trailer

Screen Junkies braces for impact against people who take entertainment way too seriously. Watch them talk about Star Wars: The Last Jedi‘s divisive “kill the past” themes, the Rebel’s stupid secret plan and Kylo Ren’s chests, er, eyes.

The House with a Clock… (Trailer)

The House with a Clock… (Trailer)

In The House with a Clock In Its Walls, a kid moves in with his uncle, who turns out to be part of a town of witches and warlocks. They end up trying to stop a demonic clock hidden inside a house. Eli Roth directs this adaptation of a classic children’s book. Premieres 9/21/18.

Under the Silver Lake (Trailer)

Under the Silver Lake (Trailer)

When a woman he meets disappears in the middle of the night, a jaded 33-year-old turns into a conspiracy theorist. He finds himself going down the rabbit hole that is Los Angeles. Andrew Garfield stars in this intriguing mystery comedy. Premieres 6/22/18.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

The Royal Ocean Film Society tips its hat to how animated films depict food in this wonderful supercut. There’s Garden of Words mouth-watering kitchen scenes, Wallace and Gromit’s simple toast, Spirited Away‘s disgusting feast and more.

Avengers: Infinity War (Trailer 2)

Avengers: Infinity War (Trailer 2)

“He only ever had one goal: to wipe out half of the universe.” Gamorra reveals that Thanos has a simple plan to bring balance to the universe, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes assemble, and Spider-Man thinks something is strange in the new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War.

How Accurate are Medical Scenes?

How Accurate are Medical Scenes?

Wired enlisted the help of a general surgery student to look at emergency room and operating room scenes in movies and TV shows. She points out what’s generally portrayed accurately, what would never work in real life, and which terms actually mean something.

Fantastic Beasts 2 (Trailer)

Fantastic Beasts 2 (Trailer)

In Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Newt Scamander will try to stop the evil Gellert Grindelwald from raising pure blood wizards that will rule over the world. Fortunately, Newt has an equally able ally – Albus Dumbledore.

Sorry to Bother You (Trailer)

Sorry to Bother You (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) A struggling black man becomes a successful telemarketer by following the advice of the company veteran: use a white voice. Reviews say rapper Boots Riley’s surreal satire gets out of hand at times, but it’s worth seeing nonetheless.

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Prospect (Teaser)

Prospect (Teaser)

The upcoming science fiction thriller Prospect is about a woman and her father trying to mine gems in a toxic alien moon filled with dangerous inhabitants. As if that wasn’t bad enough, they end up violently engaging with other miners and with each other.

4 Brilliant Movie Shots

4 Brilliant Movie Shots

CineFix continues its list of its best movie shots of all time with an episode that focuses on the cinematic potential afforded by the camera lens. They pick one shot each for the telephoto, the wide angle, the zoom and the focus.

Rams (Teaser)

Rams (Teaser)

“Only something that is well made can be beautiful.” Helvetica, Objectified and Urbanized filmmaker Gary Hustwit shares a sneak peek at his upcoming documentary about legendary industrial designer Dieter Rams. The film comes out in 2018.

Studio Ghibli Fest 2018

Studio Ghibli Fest 2018

Nine of Studio Ghibli’s animated masterpieces are coming to select theaters in the US. You can book individual screenings or the entire series, which includes My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke. And Grave of the Fireflies, but, well.

Hidden Meaning in The Truman Show

Hidden Meaning in The Truman Show

(PG-13: Language) Wisecrack’s alien film critic Garyx Wormuloid takes on Peter Weir’s sci-fi classic, The Truman Show. Despite the overabundance of jokes in the video, it still does a good job of explaining the movie’s theme.

Fahrenheit 451 (Teaser)

Fahrenheit 451 (Teaser)

“A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.” Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon star in this HBO movie adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel about a bleak future in which so-called “firemen” burn books to control the minds of the people. Drops May 2018.

You Know It’s Stanley Kubrick If…

You Know It’s Stanley Kubrick If…

(PG-13, Gore) ScreenPrism breaks down the trademarks of a Stanley Kubrick film, from scenes and shots that were symmetrical and clean, yet cold and unnerving, to their pessimistic view of technology and humanity.

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Blade Runner 2049: VFX Breakdown

Blade Runner 2049: VFX Breakdown

We’ve seen how they made some of the eye candy in Blade Runner 2049, but this 10-minute clip from VFX house Framstore offers a plethora of effects breakdowns from Denis Villeneuve’s science fiction spectacular, from close-up character work to giant CGI set pieces.

Cassette Tape Movie Posters

Cassette Tape Movie Posters

Jordan Bolton Design makes movie and TV show posters that look like stacks of cassette tapes. The title and cast are on the cassette tapes’ spines, each with a different retro design. The typography definitely feels dated and clunky, but appropriate in this context.

A Quiet Place (Trailer)

A Quiet Place (Trailer)

A family tries its best to keep quiet in a post-apocalyptic world haunted by mysterious creatures that attack anything that makes a sound. John Krasinski stars and directs alongside Emily Blunt in this intriguing supernatural horror film.

Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary T-shirt

Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary T-shirt

Marvel Studios celebrates its 10th anniversary in May 2018. They made this graphic tee to commemorate its successful decade. It lists all of its movies, from Iron Man to Ant-Man and the Wasp. It’s also available as a long sleeve shirt, a sweater or a hoodie.

10 Brilliant Thrillers

10 Brilliant Thrillers

Looking for movies that will have you itching to know what happens next? Look no further than thrillers. CineFix presents its top 10 picks from the genre, from ones that dole out fear or absurd comedy to the ones about desire, conspiracy or simply the need to survive.

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo: Outlier

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo: Outlier

After defining a movie act and looking at the oft-used three-act structure, Lessons from the Screenplay looks at a film that breaks those conventions. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo has an odd structure, but each act has a self-contained story that keeps the film engaging.

Ant-Man and the Wasp (Trailer)

Ant-Man and the Wasp (Trailer)

The Avengers now have two size-shifting heroes. Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas reprise their roles in Ant-Man and The Wasp. The titular heroes team up to overcome an equally high-tech adversary that can render herself intangible.

The Avengers: Defining an Act

The Avengers: Defining an Act

Spurred by David Fincher’s comment that Marvel’s three-act structure is constricting and formulaic, Lessons from the Screenplay sets out to define what exactly an act is, using The Avengers as an example before even beginning to issue a verdict on how Marvel uses acts.

Pacific Rim Uprising (Trailer 2)

Pacific Rim Uprising (Trailer 2)

(PG-13) “Someone let them in. Someone from our world.” The latest trailer for Pacific Rim Uprising shows that our young heroes are thrust reluctantly into their roles when the kaiju unexpectedly return. Premieres 3/23/18.

The Work of Hiromasa Yonebayashi

The Work of Hiromasa Yonebayashi

“Not to pursue reality, but to replicate an impression of emotions.” Channel Criswell pays homage to former Studio Ghibli animator and director Hiromasa “Maro” Yonebayashi. Maro-sama’s work uses the surroundings and objects to reflect a character’s inner state.

Tomb Raider (Trailer 2)

Tomb Raider (Trailer 2)

The second trailer for the Tomb Raider reboot wants to prove just how faithful it is to the spirit of the video game reboot. In other words, prepare to wince and gasp in what appears to be one long quicktime event. Mash the X button, Lara! Mash!

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