The connection between the film’s various father figures and their influence and impact on a young man’s coming-of-age.
Examining the elements of suspense that Quentin Tarantino put to use in the opening scene of 'Inglourious Basterds.'
Video compilation of single people in a vacuum environment in more than 45 films.
With the iconic "How come you ain't never liked me?" scene placed side-by-side, it is evident that different performances create different reactions for the audience.
Those fast "whip-pans" we love as featured in all three of his films: 'Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench' (2009), 'Whiplash' (2014) and 'La La Land' (2016)
How 'Rogue One' should have ended.
The opening sequence of Persona, a ‘poem in images’, is a moody montage of startling footage. Intensely personal, these images spell out Bergman’s artistic obsessions: cinema, life and death, religion and sexuality. .
God's eye view and themes of surveillance in the films of Brian DePalma.
A supercut of all the eye-based visuals of Kubrick's masterpiece.
Exploring the evolution of title slides from 1915-2014.
What if "The Graduate" were a horror movie? The 50th anniversary of “The Graduate” is here. And in honor of this occasion, I created a fake trailer with a slight adjustment in perspective.