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Liquid Metal Bullets Wreck Havoc On A Watermelon

Lead is a relatively soft metal, and the fact that it deforms is what makes lead bullets so deadly. It expands inside whatever it hits causing more damage to the surrounding area. But there are metals much softer than lead and their effects on contact are even more pronounced — so naturally someone made them into bullets.


Star Wars Fan Film May Contain The Galaxy's Goriest Moment

Video: Star Wars: Exile is a 16-minute fan film about a pair of Jedi who must confront a sinister Inquisitor in the employ of Darth Vader and the dark side. It’s a bit talky at times. But it also has high production values including commendable special effects, a refreshingly diverse cast, multiple lightsabre battles, and — I can emphasise this strongly enough — GORE.


10 Hidden Easter Eggs In Superhero Movies

How is a superhero movie supposed to appease die-hard fans while appealing to a new audience? Easter eggs and lots of them.


Thanks To James Bond, Pierce Brosnan Couldn't Wear Tuxedos

So you think you know everything about James Bond? No? Well, that’s fair enough. Even if you were Ian Fleming himself I’d have questions, the first being “How did you get out of your coffin?” Anyway, let’s move away from the necromancy, to the romance of Bond, James Bond… and a bunch of things you probably didn’t know about the pop culture icon.


20 Silly Movie Mistakes That Made It Into The Final Film

Video: Oopsies in movies are the best because they’re so hilariously out of place. Like having a car in the shot of a Braveheart battle sequence or having a camera man inside Hogwarts in Harry Potter or seeing a human arm pat down a velociraptor in Jurassic Park.


10 Of The Worst CGI Moments In Big Budget Movies

Video: Movie CG gets better every year and that’s bad news for the blockbusters of yesteryear which have a tendency to age really, really poorly.


Video Breaks Down The Different Kinds Of Cuts Used In Movies

Video: RocketJump Film School put together this really great video that shows us the different kinds of cuts and transitions that filmmakers use in their movies. By showing examples from both classic and modern movies, we get to see the tricks they employ. Cutting on action, cutting away, cross cutting back and forth and jump cuts. It’s really, really cool to see it all visualised.


2008's Cloverfield Is Getting A Sequel. Here's The Trailer

Yeah, Cloverfield came out all the way back in 2008. It doesn’t feel that long ago, but the records don’t lie. Some might think that’s a little too long to wait for a sequel, but maybe we’re ready for another flick full of shaky-cam jump scares.


Watch The First Trailer For X-Men: Apocalypse

While everyone is rather excited about a certain movie that lands next week, not everyone has forgotten that, you know, other films are coming out too. Take the next instalment of the X-Men franchise, Apocalypse, for which a trailer has just arrived.


Here's The First Trailer For Pride And Prejudice And Zombies

I could not get into the 2009 novel of the same name by Seth Grahame-Smith (and Austen), though maybe, just maybe, the upcoming movie adaptation will reignite my literary desires. At the very least, I’ll get to enjoy a bit of zombie slaying, ballroom dancing and uh, corsets.


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