Today in Movie Culture: 'Se7en' the Musical, Donald Trump Inserted Into Horror Movies and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Se7en' the Musical, Donald Trump Inserted Into Horror Movies and More

Oct 09, 2015

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


Fake Musicals of the Day:

Watch Nathan Lane, Rachel Bloom and James Corden in "inappropriate" musicals based on The Terminator, The Exorcist and Se7en:


Fan Art of the Day:

Speaking of The Exorcist, that's one of the horror movies artists have Photoshopped Donald Trump into as part of a new meme. Below is the best of the best, for The Shining, and you can see other great submissions at iHorror.


Professional Art of the Day:

Attendees of New York Comic-Con will have the chance to pick up these three stunning prints based on Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade by artist Matt Ferguson. See them each separately at Live for Films


Movie Recreations of the Day:

In their latest video recreating movies using stock footage, Dissolve takes on indies including ClerksLost in TranslationThe Blair Witch Project and more (via Devour):


Star Wars of the Day:

Nothing like starting off your marriage with a fight at your wedding, especially if it's a lightsaber duel in place of your first dance (via Geekologie):


Character Actor of the Day:

The latest episode of No Small Parts begins a series on James Bond henchmen actors by profiling Harold Sakata, best known as Oddjob:


Supercut of the Day:

Speaking of James Bond, here's a video counting all of the character's kills over his 23 movies pre-Spectre (via Geek Tyrant):


Filmmaker in Focus:

See how often Quentin Tarantion plays God with his camera in this supercut of all his overhead shots (via Devour):


Movie Comparison of the Day:

In honor of the release of Pan, here's Couch Tomato's video showing 24 reasons why Hook is the same movie as The Dark Knight Rises:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 80th anniversary of the release of Max Reinhardt and William Dieterle's version of A Midsummer Night's Dream, which was later nominated for Best Picture. Watch an early trailer for the Shakespeare adaptation starring James Cagney, Olivia de Havilland, Mickey Rooney and Dick Powell below. 


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