CineFix presents Titanic retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit 😉 game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Subscribe to CineFix – http://goo.gl/9AGRm

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Comic book movies have gotten so frequent that they’re moving beyond the origin story (usually, anyway, SPIDER-MAN), and tacking the plot lines of actual issues of actual comic books. We’ve got the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s upcoming take on Civil War next year. And X-Men: Days of Future Past was very much based on a 2-issue arc in Uncanny X-Men from 1981.

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CineFix presents: Homemade Movies HOW-TO!
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The Homemade Movies gang went for a long trip around the intergalactic DIY zone to recreate this entirely homemade trailer. Make sure to see how they used homemade items in this exclusive behind-the-scenes.

Homemade Movies serves up creative remakes of your favorite movies trailers and scenes! Every episode is an exact shot-for-shot remake created at home without any visual effects. It’s homemade movie magic! Let us know in the comments what movie you want to see homemade next!

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Star Wars fans rejoice! Homemade Movies recreates the climactic ‘Death Star Trench Run’ from Star Wars with the help of Chris Hardwick and Jonah Ray from Nerdist. This is an exact shot-for-shot recreation made entirely at home without fancy CGI or visual effects. Made entirely with trash barrels, cardboard, toys, and love. May the DIY force be with you!

Homemade Movies serves up creative remakes of your favorite trailers and movie scenes. All videos are exact shot-for-shot remakes created at home without any visual effects. It’s “sweded” movie magic from acclaimed director Dustin McLean! Be sure to leave a comment below for what movie you want to see homemade next.

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CineFix presents The Matrix retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit 😉 game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Subscribe to CineFix – http://goo.gl/9AGRm

8-bit Cinema “gamifies” your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into 80’s arcade and NES inspired action! This week, we keep with the computerized simulation theme of the original movie… but with way worse graphics!

Today we present The Matrix in the form of an 8 bit video game!

8 Bit a.k.a. the third generation of gaming started in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Nintendo Family Computer and Sega. Can you guess what games inspired our 8-bit version of The Matrix? Comment below and suggest the next movie 8-bit Cinema should “gamify”.

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For the Final Episode of 8-Bit Cinema CineFix presents Star Wars Original Trilogy retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit 😉 game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Subscribe to CineFix – http://goo.gl/9AGRm

8-bit Cinema “gamifies” your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into 80’s arcade and NES inspired action!

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8 Bit a.k.a. the third generation of gaming started in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Nintendo Family Computer and Sega. Can you guess what games inspired our 8-bit version of Star Wars Original Trilogy? Comment below and suggest the next movie 8-bit Cinema should “gamify”.

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Okay! OKAY! This one is pretty much 32-bit! Haha but CineFix presents Jurassic Park retold via old-school 8-bit (and mostly 32 bit 😉 game tech. No quarters, controllers, or genetic engineering required! Subscribe to CineFix – http://goo.gl/9AGRm

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THE LIST

Symmetry – The Searchers (1956)
Pushing through the doorway into the wild, capturing the frontier man as he approaches from afar.

Beautiful – Raging Bull (1980)
The operatic shadowboxing of a hooded pugilist, bouncing in slow motion, glowing in the occasional snap of a flashbulb, completely at home in the ring.

Beautiful – Apocalypse Now (1979)
A different kind of operatic violence in its serene ballet of smoke, fire, and helicopters.

In Media Res – Star Wars: A New Hope (1977)
Panning down from those iconic scrolling titles into an empty starscape, a rebel ship screams into frame throwing us into the middle of a chase we know nothing about.

Space – Contact (1997)
A tour of our universe turns into a simultaneous retrospective of modern human history via the reach of our radio waves

Movie Microcosm – Fight Club (1999)
A longshot tour through innerspace – in this case the brain of our hero.

Movie Microcosm – Day for Night (1973)
Creating and subverting our expectations; defining the world we’re going to inhabit in a way we don’t understand until the next shot turns it on its head

Long Scene – Flowers of Shanghai (1998)
An absolutely beautiful oil-lamp-lit 9 minute long shot that pans patiently back and forth across a table in a Chinese brothel following the complicated dynamic of an entire party.

Long Take – The Player (1992)
A meticulously choreographed crane shot that comments on itself and its industry while simultaneously setting up the entirety of the plot.

Long Take – Touch of Evil (1958)
Criss-crossing a moving bomb with our heroes time and time again, the audience has no choice but to wait anxiously for it to explode.

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No Country For Old Men
It’s all about subtext. The moment Anton Chigurh actually makes the decision to kill Carson Wells and all the subtext behind it.

Godfather 2
Blocking is key. When Michaels’s sister and her new fling tell him they want to get married, Michael’s words – his “text” – seem to suggest that he’s trying to reason with his sister, but his BODY is all about controlling the scene.

Chinatown
The camera can enhance the blocking of a scene. So first thing’s first, Polanski establishes a distance between Jake and Evelyn. He puts a table in between them and even though he never shows it – he uses it to separate them along the Z axis. And then, he takes the subtext and rubs it in our faces.

In the Mood for Love
Withholding can tell us as much as showing. In contrast to the typical quiet, static moments of the film, this one is different. The camera is constantly moving, and in slow motion. There’s no diegetic sound, only a simple violin theme.

Reservoir Dogs
Withholding can be used to create extreme tension. All of a sudden, we go from fast-paced, musical torture scene to painfully slow long-take of a character just… walking.

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Waterworld (1995)
Director: Kevin Reynolds
Production Design: Dennis Gasner
The Atoll was painstakingly constructed ON WATER, using pretty much all the steel that could possibly be brought in. It was a quarter-mile across, and so large in scope you could actually believe a whole self-sustaining city of people lived there. (Except the part where it didn’t have bathrooms)

Batman (1989)
Director: Tim Burton
Production Design: Anton Furst
Gotham City has always been a character of its own in the Batman universe, but the Tim Burton 1989 Batman, Gotham City was practically city-sized. Not only did it feel urban, its deliberate ugliness gave the city the vibe of on that needed saving.

Cleopatra (1963)
Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Production Design:
Twice the size of the real-life Roman Forum, Cleopatra’s set (and the movie as a whole) almost bankrupted 20th Century Fox. But boy, was it impressive!

Metropolis (1927)
Director: Fritz Lang
Art Direction:
Otto Hunte

Erich Kettelhut

Karl Vollbrecht

The titular Metropolis pretty much defined the on-screen presence of futuristic city for almost the last hundred years. Big distinction for a miniature city!

Dogville (2003)
Director: Lars von Trier
Production Design: Peter Grant
The painted-walls minimalist set of Dogville makes every bit as big an impact in the film as any of the more elaborate counterparts on this list.

The Lego Movie (2014)
Directors: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Anyone who has ever played with Lego Bricks WISHES they had enough pieces to build Bricksburg. Digital or not, it’s a dream realized for the 8-year-old in all of us.

The Lord of the Rings (2001-2003)
Director: Peter Jackson
Production Design: Grant Major
Hobbiton is a case of a real-life location transformed into a fantasy world, and we’re pretty sure that’s the definition of movie magic.

Dau (Unreleased)
Director: Ilya Khrzhanovskiy
Production Design: Olga Gurevich, Boris Shapovalov, Denis Shibanov
The re-creation of 1950s Moscow was painstakingly re-created (down to controlling the actions and free time of all the cast and extras. The level of control exerted in re-creating a totalitarian state is impressive (if dubious), but it WAS effective.

Apollo 13 (1995)
Director: Ron Howard
Production Design: Michael Corenblith
Constructing a set that’s a vehicle has always involved some fancy engineering. But Apollo 13 was engineered to put the cast in Zero-G. Zero-G!

The Abyss (1989)
Director: James Cameron
Production Design: Leslie Dilley
James Cameron has always been pushing technological limits to achieve leaps forward in filmmaking, and with The Deep Core Underwater platform, he sure was pushing it, constructing an actual underwater set to simulate deep underwater dives.

The Guardians of the Galaxy: everyone’s favorite superhero team, since July of this year. In honor of how much we freakin’ love that movie, we’ve compiled some things you (and we) didn’t know about the Guardians of the Galaxy. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm

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What did you think? Did you know any of these facts already? Have you been a GotG fan since long before they were all cool and popular, and want to let us know how lame these facts are? Any even-more-obscure bits of trivia you want to share with us? What other favorite franchises would you like to see on the show?

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Movies are a very complicated mess of time, money, people, and strange decisions. Inevitably, in the hodgepodge of life that goes into creating a movie, a few strange and interesting things happen here and there that are rather fascinating little tidbits of information. Every Monday starting in 2014, tune in to Cinefix for lists of things we find out that you (probably) didn’t know!

Can you believe it’s the Lion King’s 20th Anniversary? Man we feel old! Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm

hakuna matata, hakuna matata, hakuna matata… is it stuck in your head yet?

Tell us how much you love the Lion King. What’s your favorite Disney movie?

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Movies are a very complicated mess of time, money, people, and strange decisions. Inevitably, in the hodgepodge of life that goes into creating a movie, a few strange and interesting things happen here and there that are rather fascinating little tidbits of information. Every Monday starting in 2014, tune in to Cinefix for lists of things we find out that you (probably) didn’t know!

WHO’S EXCITED for the Expendables 3?!? Yeah, us neither. But we are fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s overall body of work. Terminator: Genisys piques our interest, even if it’s spelled wrong. Here’s 7 things you didn’t know about the killer time-traveling robot franchise! Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm

These 7 facts will serve you well come Judgement Day. If “Judgement Day” is a movie trivia contest.

What did you think of these bits of Terminator trivia? Were you surprised by any of these facts, or did you know them all already? Did we inspire you to engage in a bit of movie-marathoning (and if so, which Terminator franchise properties make your binge-watch-list?) What other movies would you like us to illumnate for you?

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Movies are a very complicated mess of time, money, people, and strange decisions. Inevitably, in the hodgepodge of life that goes into creating a movie, a few strange and interesting things happen here and there that are rather fascinating little tidbits of information. Every Monday starting in 2014, tune in to Cinefix for lists of things we find out that you (probably) didn’t know!

Everyone’s pretty excited about The Avengers 2: Age of Ultron, Including Spider-Man! See what happens when he FINALLY teams up with The Avengers! Or maybe not… http://goo.gl/9AGRm

Would you like to see Spider-Man team up with the Avengers in a movie? (Of course you would!) What other superhero teams should he crash? What other movie sets do you want to see us “crash” for never-before-released takes?!?

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Directed by Dustin McLean
Written by Anna Levine
Art/Animation by Jeff Campbell
Voices by Mark Petro, Bill Fisher, Piotr Michael
Produced by DustFilms

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Color is one of the most effective tools in a storyteller’s arsenal. From fiery red, to the coldest blue, a great filmmaker knows just what colors to paint on the screen. Move over light and shadow, lets take the color wheel for a spin! Here are the very best uses of color in a movie ever!

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