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10 Movies That Secretly Hid Spoilers Inside The Movie Themselves

Video: It’s always a nice wink at an unknowing audience when a movie reveals a huge spoiler during the movie itself. It’s harmless fun that most people don’t even catch because they don’t know enough about what’s happening in the movie yet. But on future watches it gives a little extra chuckle layer for people to enjoy.

The 10 Best Closing Scenes In Film History

Video: CineFix did a pretty solid job in creating a list for the best opening shots in movie history so its fitting that they would try and do something even harder, making the 10 best closing shots in movie history. If you’ve watched movies in your life, you should already know what will pop up on this sort of list and hopefully you’ll be reminded of some films you’ve forgotten or some you didn’t even realise ended so great.

10 Amazing Movies That Should Have Been Made That You Never Got To See

Video: Imagine John Lennon as Gollum, Paul McCartney as Frodo, Ringo as Sam and George Harrison as Gandalf. Oh, and Stanley Kubrick directing. Yes, The Beatles in The Lord of the Rings. That was was a movie that could have happened that we never got to see. Also, Darren Aronofsky doing Batman: Year One and Tim Burton directing Nicolas Cage as Superman. Also things that were planned by the movie studios but never happened! Here’s a list of movies that never got made and which Screen Rant wishes they got to see.

A 10-Hour Film About Paint Drying Is A Film For Everyone

The British Board of Film Classification has ruled that a 607-minute documentary about paint drying is unlikely to offend or harm anyone that may view it, and has classified the film as “U for Universal”.

10 Movies Based On A True Story That Had Different Endings In Real Life

Video: When movies are based on a true story, every movie-goer above the age of 12 knows that movie studios have no intention of actually telling the true story. Things are sensationalised, characters are fictionalised, and the movie ends up looking nothing like real life. But what is interesting is that after the movie ends, that screen of text which pops up before the credits telling us what the real life characters are doing now is expected to be treated with a little more seriousness.

Here's How A 70MM Film Projector Works

Video: Beautifully. It works beautifully. If you’re a film nerd or movie buff or just appreciate film in any sort of way, you’ll love this footage of a 70MM film projector showing The Hateful Eight. Andrew Walker, a projectionist, captured this footage of what happens behind the scenes inside the projection room of a movie and to see all the working parts move in a time lapse is so fun.

The 10 Best Opening Scenes In Movie History

Video: What’s your favourite type of opening shot for a movie? Is it when they drop you in the middle of their world and expect you to catch up immediately? Is it when they slyly insert a spoiler that you don’t realise is important yet? Or maybe it’s when they neatly bookend the film with the beginning and end of the movie having the same scene. My favourite is when it’s a mysteriously gorgeous shot of the world of the film. Like in Blade Runner.

The Six Best Cinemas To Watch Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' In Australia

Ahead of its broad release next week, Quentin Tarantino’s western The Hateful Eight hits a select cinemas around the country today — because not all cinemas are equal when it comes to the quality of the projection. There are a precious few picture theatres in Australia that still run 70mm film projectors, an aging film standard with four times the frame size — and loads more detail — of classic 35mm film stock and even the best cinema-grade 4K sensors.

This is how you see The Hateful Eight early. And you owe it to yourself to see this movie — or any other — in the beautiful, but dying, 70mm format.

Use Cinesift To Find The Best Reviewed Movies On Netflix

Have you ever had trouble picking a good movie to watch on Netflix? Ever found that the streaming service’s native rating system can be arbitrary and misleading? Do you wish that you could easily access critic reviews for the films in your library? Cinesift has got you sorted.

Kodak Reveals A Digital Super 8 Camera That Records On Film… Wait What?!

Screw 360-degree film cameras on drones or Vines on 16-megapixel smartphones. Kodak’s going old school with these little beauties. The design is inspired by the Super 8 fad from half a century ago, and these new cameras that shoot film on, well, actual film.

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