Film editor Jacob T. Swinney compiled this intense reel of moments from Darren Aronofsky’s films in which the camera gets up close and personal with its subjects. The technique provides an immediacy and sense of involvement that’s about as visceral as it gets.
Editor ThorC1138 managed to find scenes from 100 different films in which a character spoke a different number between 1 and 100, then cut them together into a multi-movie countdown. We were really hoping for a rocket lift-off or a big explosion at the end.
(PG-13: Language) Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat follows up on his awesome Bruce Willis action flick with a sequel. And unlike Die Hard 2, this one is actually as good as the original. See if you can name all 53 movies, then watch with captions on to see if you’re right.
In the latest movie mashup from Antonio Maria Da Silva (Hell’s Club), characters from a variety of action and adventure flicks come together to perform Gene Kelly’s classic Singin’ in the Rain. There’s no scenes from A Clockwork Orange, but there’s plenty of good old ultraviolence.
(PG-13: Language) From Vizzini in The Princess Bride to Frau Blücher in Young Frankenstein, some of the most memorable and quotable characters in the history of movies are also the weirdest. Jon Lefkovitz compiled this amusing edit of some of their classic moments.
Burger Fiction looks at 50 years of The Clown Prince of Crime in live action and animation. From Cesar Romero’s screwball 1960s thief, to his bat-sh*t crazy and murderous variants by Jack Nicholson, Jared Leto, Mark Hamill, and the never to be outdone Heath Ledger.
(PG-13 Language) Burger Fiction looks back at the vibrant career of Matt Damon, from his earliest days as a teenager, through his action blockbusters, and diverse roles that required a much more delicate touch than Jason Bourne. And some insane weight gains and losses.
Turn on the lights, lower the volume and watch this in a tiny window. Burger Fiction’s reel of jump scares from horror, sci-fi and even comedies is pretty scary – though they missed one of our faves. We wish we could finish it but we had other stuff to – BEHIND YOU
Burger Fiction’s latest compilation looks at how far CG animation has come from its early days, but also how Pixar’s core values of heartfelt stories and relatable characters have been there since the very beginning. 1988’s Knick Knack is still one of our all-time faves.