Subway Tunnel Supercut Shows Symmetry Under the City
Forget about NYC’s impending subway crisis with ‘Deeper Underground,’ a short that finds beauty in the dwellings of public transport.
Master Filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky Receives a Moody Two Minute Video Homage
See how the director's auteurist movements using doorways have entranced viewers since the 60s.
Soak Up the Masterful Use of Light in Legendary Anime, 'Akira'
Stunning sequences of spotlights, neon, and lasers highlight creator Katsuhiro Ôtomo's brilliance.
Here's a Powerful Tribute to Studio Ghibli's Badass Heroines
From Mei Kusakabe to Princess Mononoke, the ladies of Studio Ghibli rule.
BBC's 'Sherlock' Is an Ode to Perfect Symmetry
'Sherlock' has cinematography so good, it has its own fan page.
It's 300 Famous Movie Dance Scenes—in Under 5 Minutes
This lightning-fast dance compilation will get you off the couch and onto the dance floor.
Remembering Gene Wilder: Master of Comic Timing
A loving tribute to the great actor looks back at one of his signature acting tools.
Where Did Stranger Things Draw Its Cinematic Inspiration?
Even if you think ‘Stranger Things’ rocketing fame is unexpected, its classic movie references are not at all.
T-Shirts Get the Star Treatment in This Epic Supercut
The plain white tee is back in with this movie supercut of all the best cotton threads.
Slow Motion Becomes the Star in this Film-Making Review
The slow motion is the Renaissance man of editing effects.
Why Cinematographer Roger Deakins Is the Master of Light & Shadow
It's always a pleasure to watch a master at work, so here's Thomas Farmer's 'Roger Deakins: Of Light and Shadow' supercut.
First and Final Frames: TV's New Golden Age
From 'The Sopranos' and 'Twin Peaks,' to 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad,' here's how the internet's favorite shows began and ended.