Today in Movie Culture: 'Star Wars' vs. 'Star Trek,' An Alien Reviews 'Batman v Superman' and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Star Wars' vs. 'Star Trek,' An Alien Reviews 'Batman v Superman' and More

Aug 08, 2016

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

 

Mashup of the Day:

Darth Vader and Kylo Ren get together to fight Kirk and Spock in ScreenRant's fan trailer for Star Wars vs. Star Trek:

 

Bad Film Analysis of the Day:

See what an alien from the future thinks of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in the latest Earthling Cinema:

 

Movie Parody of the Day:

Bobby Canavale, Rose Byrne and Jason Sudeikis star in StoplightLast Week Tonight's fake trailer for a Spotlight parody about the death of journalism (via Screen Crush)

 

Cosplay of the Day:

A group cosplaying as the Suicide Squad characters maybe looking at some reviews of the movie and getting ideas for their next mission? See more pics of the group at Fashionably Geek.

 

Short Film of the Day: 

If you like the Netflix series Stranger Things, you'll want to check out this 2007 horror short from its creators, the Duffer Brothers, titled Eater (via The Playlist): 

 

Collaboration of the Day: 

Here's another must-see short film, this one from the minds of Walt Disney and Salvador Dali called Destino (via Nameless.tv):

 

Vintage Image of the Day:

Dustin Hoffman, who turns 79 today, takes a leap on the set of Lenny with director Bob Fosse looking on in 1974:

 

Actors in the Spotlight: 

Vanity Fair got the next generation of stars, including Douglas Booth, Lily Collins, Kieth Stanfield and Elizabeth Debicki, to share what inspired them to become actors:

 

Genre Study of the Day: 

Now You See It uses clips from Lights Out (and the short it's based on), Poltergeist and other movies to show what makes a movie scary:

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 30th anniversary of the release of One Crazy Summer. Watch the original trailer, presented by Bobcat Goldthwait, below. 

 

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