Cinematographer Robby Muller shot four films in the 1980s that defined Los Angeles: 'To Live and Die in L.A.,' 'Repo Man,' "Paris Texas,' and 'Barfly.'
This video looks at how the structure of the Breaking Bad pilot sets up everything the audience needs to know about the series.
The most basic way Hitchcock visually communicates a sense of curiosity in his characters is through their eyes, specifically in how they peer, leer, peep, peek or look when they think no one is watching.
Denis Villeneuve’s 2013 film 'Prisoners,' written by Aaron Guzikowski, is a taut, labyrinthine thriller that doesn’t really resolve itself until the last 30 seconds.
I first watched 'Ghost in the Shell' when I was a teen but only recently realized that the film's city background is actually based on Hong Kong - my current place of residence. 16 years later, it's interesting to see how Hong Kong has physically changed. So I set out to try and recreate particular scenes from the film.
'The Fast and The Furious' franchise is one of our favorite guilty pleasures, so we knew we’d have to make a video looking back on the history of the series.
Kristen Stewart has gone from much maligned in the mainstream to, arguably, the greatest actress of her generation. In this week's video essay, I dissect her style as an actress & why she has grown in much-deserved popularity.
He who searches for mirror scenes in films and series will be confronted with indestructible metaphors. David Bowie united them all.
A video essay that compares Martin Scorsese's After Hours to John Landis' Into The Night, arguing they are West Coast and East Coast chronicles of the very same night in 1985.
Film nerds like me love to wax lyrical about 35mm and 65mm, but I often think that 16mm gets unfairly overlooked. Let's spend a few minutes chatting about the format in all its grainy and gritty wonderfulness.
A short montage comparing various shots throughout 'Lion' (2016) that relate to one another.