The new film adaptation of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights opens in the U.S.A. in October of 2012 – most notably the use of Academy 4×3 ratio.Read More
Liam Neeson is defining the modern day Charles Bronson-esque bad ass. And if wasn’t so deeply inscribed into modern lexicon, one might chuckle at his utterance of words like “tweet” and “Youtube”. But you do not… I repeat… you do not EVER… chuckle at Liam Neeson.
The Trailer for Evil Dead 2 rotoscoped by “Pretend For Real.” Rotoscoping is an animation technique in which animators trace over live-action film movement, frame by frame, for use in animated films. It’s an extremely tedious process that took these creators 3 years to complete.
The names may not be recognizable, but their voices are household staples. Even in an era where Animation studios are trying to insure their films with A-List celebrities as voice actors, there’s something unique and wonderful about those behind-the-scene actors who really elevated voice acting to another level. “I Know That Voice” explores their work including appearances by Billy West, John Di Maggio, Tara Strong, and June Foray.
Roger Corman is one of those legendary filmmakers who propelled the indie movement back when indie didn’t mean “studio funded hipster movie”. A new documentary “Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel” looks at the life of Roger Corman who’s still actively making films at the age of 85. Read More