Today in Movie Culture: 'Ferris Bueller' Video Game, Jamie Lee Curtis Recreates 'Psycho' and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Ferris Bueller' Video Game, Jamie Lee Curtis Recreates 'Psycho' and More

Sep 16, 2015

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

 

Movie Remake of the Day:

If you've wished there was a Ferris Bueller's Day Off video game decades ago, this 8-bit redo of the movie will show you what one might have looked like:

 

Vintage Image Remake of the Day:

Jamie Lee Curtis redid her mother's famous shower scene from Psycho for an upcoming episode of the new TV series Scream Queens. She shared a preview (via ComingSoon.net):

 

Movie Studio Parody of the Day:

Did you know that Pixar has a lab to test the best way to make us cry? It doesn't really, but here's a funny sketch pretending it does (via Neatorama):

 

Supercut of the Day:

Feel free to pause any moment in this montage of time-pausing sequences in movies, including Big Fish, Click and X-Men: Days of Future Past (via Cinematic Montage Creators):

 

Movie Essay of the Day:

Five years after beginning as a series, Kirby Ferguson's Everything is a Remix is now a single, re-mastered video essay, in part highlighting movie sampling in Star Wars, Kill Bill, The Matrix and more (via /Film):

 

Filmmaker in Focus:

Cinemasters spotlights Steve McQueen and his few films, each celebrated as an absolute work of art:

 

Movie Scene Remix of the Day:

As if Disney's Alice in Wonderland wasn't surreal enough, here it is remixed with various art works by Van Gogh, Picasso, Munch, Kahlo and more using a Deep Dream type algorithm (via Reddit):

 

Movie Mashup of the Day:

If Avengers: Age of Ultron was an episode of The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers or similar '90s series (via Geekologie):

 

Fan Art of the Day:

Speaking of The Avengers, here's another mashup, this one imagining the Minions finding a new boss in Loki (via Deviant Art):

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 20th anniversary of the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of Four Rooms. This was an exciting anthology as it promised the first work of Quentin Tarantino since Pulp Fiction, though the marketing didn't focus solely on his part. Watch the original trailer below.

 

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