Photos of Mark Frechette and Daria Halprin During the Filming of ‘Zabriskie Point’, 1970

Zabriskie Point is a 1970 American drama film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and starring Mark Frechette, Daria Halprin, and Rod Taylor. It was widely noted at the time for its setting in the counterculture of the United States. Some of the film’s scenes were shot on location at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley. Continue reading »

Amazing Behind the Scenes Photos From the Making of ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child’

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child is a 1989 American gothic slasher film directed by Stephen Hopkins and written by Leslie Bohem. It is the fifth installment in the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, and stars Lisa Wilcox, and Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger. The film follows Krueger, using a now pregnant Alice Johnson’s baby’s dreams to claim new victims. Continue reading »

Amazing Behind the Scenes Photos of Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator, 1984

When The Terminator hit theaters on October 26, 1984, it took the world by storm. James Cameron’s futuristic thriller redefined both the post-apocalyptic and time-travel sub-genres, while introducing fascinating concepts about the dangers of modern technology. It also cemented Arnold Schwarzenegger’s status as one of the biggest action icons of the 1980s and beyond. Continue reading »

A Pair of Back to The Future Fans Have Built the World’s First Life–sized Replica of The Time Travel Train

Mike Hutchinson, 43, and Ian Robinson, 49, spent five months on their epic recreation. Mike, who is from Bingley, West Yorks, and Ian, who is a prop builder, was influenced by 90s nostalgia. Mike, who is a mortgage advisor, and Ian, from Harrogate, Yorks, have lost count of the number of times they’ve watched Back to the Future 3. Continue reading »

Bouffants, Bandits and Bikinis: Pre-Revolution Iranian Movie Posters

The Hamid Naficy Iranian Movie Posters Collection at Northwestern University features films produced between 1966 and 2014. Here we look at artwork advertising films pre-Revolutionary Iran. Continue reading »

Mechanical Secrets of Moving Gorillas in “King Kong”, 1933

Ever wonder how a Hollywood make-up man converts an actor into a terrifyingly realistic gorilla in those fascinating jungle pictures you watch on the silver screen? Continue reading »

The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere Recreated As Classic Marvel Star Wars Comic

The Mandalorian’s season 2 premiere has received the classic Marvel Comics cover treatment in this new piece of fan art. It’s the krayt dragon battle that’s received special attention in this new piece from artist @dvglzv (previously). Din (with Baby Yoda in tow) is shown flying in the air above the krayt dragon as though the scene was in a classic comic book. The retro comic cover look is a fun way to view this scene, particularly because it looks like it could fit in perfectly with the rest of the Star Wars comic world. Continue reading »

Anthony Hopkins Testing Different Masks for Hannibal Lecter in ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, 1991

In The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Anthony Hopkins delivers a stellar performance as the convicted serial killer Hannibal Lecter. His performance is in fact so good that it earned him an Oscar for Best Actor despite appearing on screen for only 16 minutes, the smallest screen time ever needed to win that award. Continue reading »

Artist Transforms Quotes From ‘The Mandalorian’ Season Two Into Retro Movie Posters

Artist Butcher Billy (previously) of Curitiba, Brazil, has designed fantastic posters for our favorite Mando dad and his adopted son. All of them celebrate the best moments, quotes, and, in many cases, the humor from each episode of the hit series’ second season. With their weathered look and color palettes, these might as well have been created before A New Hope even came to theaters in 1977. Continue reading »

“Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark”: Stunning Photos of Cassandra Peterson in the 1980s

Born 1951 in Manhattan, Kansas, American actress, writer and singer Cassandra Peterson had a small role as a showgirl in the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and played a topless dancer in the film The Working Girls (1974). Continue reading »

Someone Replaced The Dinosaurs In Jurassic Park With Ferrets, And It’s The Remake You Didn’t Know You Wanted

If you love dinosaurs, you’ve probably seen the Jurassic Park movies numerous times, and think they’re pretty much perfect the way they are. After all, the movies already have giant T-Rexes, tons of action, and, of course, Jeff Goldblum, so how could you possibly make them even better? Well, someone has found a way – and they did that by replacing all of the dinosaurs with ferrets. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Photos of Françoise Hardy on the Set of ‘Grand Prix’ in1966

John Frankenheimer’s 1966 film, a fast-paced story of Formula One excitement, featured many genuine racing legends on set – and a young French singer by the name of Francoise Hardy… Continue reading »

“Star Wars: Knitting the Galaxy”: The Official Star Wars Knitting Pattern Book


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Featuring 25 projects based on George Lucas’s epic film saga, Star Wars Knitting is the ultimate guide to creating stunning projects inspired by Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Rey, and a whole host of droids, ships, and aliens from a galaxy far, far away. Continue reading »

Artist Turns Ordinary Everyday Objects Into Star Wars Characters

According to Javier Pérez: “Hi everyone! I’m cintascotch—a graphic designer, audiovisual producer, and a partner of the digital agency “Cafeína” (Guayaquil-Ecuador). Continue reading »

“Wear Mask. Save Live”: Borat Had Made Hilarious Appearances on Major Landmarks Across the UK

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Sacha Baron Cohen’s comical character was projected onto famous sites around the country with the slogan: “Wear mask. Save live.” And he posed up wearing nothing but a face mask covering his modesty. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates Villains Giving Advice On How To Fight COVID-19

While the fight with the invisible enemy COVID-19 is far from over, we need to do everything in our power to prevent the virus from spreading further. Moscow-based illustrator Anastasia Panina, better known as Anastasia in Red on her social media accounts, decided to create humorous illustrations of famous horror movie characters giving advice on how to fight the virus. Compared to other instructions on social media, these ones are engaging, humorous, and thus fun to read! Continue reading »

Paris Movie Theatre Skirts Lockdown With Alfresco Screening


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The coronavirus lockdown forced the team running Paris’s La Clef cinema to close their auditorium to moviegoers. So they hit on an alternative: projecting movies onto the wall of an adjacent apartment building. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos Of Actress Ingrid Bergman As Joan Of Arc In 1948

Joan of Arc is a 1948 American hagiographic epic film directed by Victor Fleming, produced by Walter Wanger and starring Ingrid Bergman as the French war heroine. Continue reading »

Photographer Found An Abandoned ‘Palace’ In The Desert, It’s Actually A Gameshow Set

According to Arkadiusz Podniesiński: “While exploring the southern, lesser-known part of the Jordanian desert Wadi Rum, I notice a remarkable, palace-like structure sitting on a high, rocky cliff. The view reminded me of a scene from the classic Oscar-winning film Lawrence of Arabia. It just lacked camel caravans and people. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Perfectly Recreated Mutt Cutts Van From “Dumb And Dumber”

Roman Pritula from St. Petersburg has made a “Dumb and Dumber” car with ears and a tongue and now he’s a star on the roads. On the very first day of driving he was stopped by the traffic police, but they didn’t find reasons to detain Roman. Continue reading »

The Badass Sean Connery In Zardoz, The Most Insane Must-See Cult Classic

“John Boorman’s Zardoz is a genuinely quirky movie, a trip into a future that seems ruled by perpetually stoned set decorators.” It’s set in a post-apocalyptic Ireland. And to go there is either a guilty pleasure or a mistake. As Mark Kermode puts it, “the man who made Deliverance – one of the outstanding works of seventies cinema – followed it up with the worst science-fiction movie ever made… As falls from grace go, that is surely one of the most spectacular.” Continue reading »

45 Rare And Amazing Color Photographs Of Behind The Scenes From The Set Of ‘Alien’, 1979

An iconic film which shaped generations of sci-fi / horror films to come. Alien is a masterpiece and a film that can still invoke fear and wonder even after repeated viewings. Continue reading »

‘Game Of Thrones’ Releases 20 New Season 8 Character Posters

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HBO unveiled on Twitter key art images for Game of Thrones season 8 that include first looks at new costumes and the return of one absent character. If you tweet @Twitter with #ForTheThrone you can receive a Moment showcasing all 20-character key art images and a reveal of the new character emojis. Continue reading »

Corgi Gets Photoshopped Into Popular Movie Posters

The 91st Academy Awards just honored the best films of 2018, but there was one other celebration for last years movies you should know about. New York-based filmmaker and creative director Bryan Reisberg edited his and his wife’s corgi Maxine into some of the most popular 2018 flicks, and let’s just say a star was born. Continue reading »

African Gaze: Hollywood, Bollywood And Nollywood Movie Posters From Ghana

The late 1980s in Ghana saw the emergence of exuberant new visual modes of expression in a new local and innovative film industry (alongside that of Nigeria commonly referred to as Nollywood), especially in the ways films were promoted by vivid hand painted posters on sack or canvass, writes Karun Thakar. Continue reading »