Today in Movie Culture: David Lynch's 'The Shining,' the Sounds of 'Jurassic Park' and More

Today in Movie Culture: David Lynch's 'The Shining,' the Sounds of 'Jurassic Park' and More

Jun 08, 2015

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

 

Supercut of the Day: 

Jacob T. Swinney highlights the sounds of Jurassic Park in his latest video essay:

 

Mash-Up of the Day: 

What if David Lynch directed The Shining? It'd be even creepier, apparently. Check out "Blue Shining" (via Press Play):

 

Trailer Mix of the Day:

Here's what Mad Max: Fury Road looks like as an animated film, where each frame is a painting (via Press Play):

 

Fan Art of the Day: 

Jared Leto's Joker from Suicide Squad, as if painted by Edvard Munch. See more classic works of art redone as Batman-themed pop art at Design Taxi

 

Toy Time: 

This Hulkbuster figure from Avengers: Age of Ultron fits a regular-size Iron Man figure inside it. Now we just need it to talk and respond to the name "Veronica" (via Geek Tyrant):

 

Study of an Actor: 

The following video essay focuses on Jennifer Connelly and asks, "Do characters that share an actor have the same soul?" Watch "She Stands at the End (Requieum for a Wharf)" (via Film Studies For Free):

 

Filmmaker in Focus: 

Now that you've seen the trailer for his latest, The Martian, watch a video essay on Ridley Scott titled "Ridley Scott, A Body of Work" (via The Playlist):

 

Cosplay of the Day: 

Sometimes you see cosplay and you think, "that might actually just be the character." Such as in the case of this Splinter from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (via Fashionably Geek):

 

Daily Dose of Star Wars:

This Millennium Falcon cockpit bed is apparently only child-size, but there are tons of adult fans of Star Wars who wouldn't mind having one of their own (via Design Taxi): 

 

Anniversary of the Day:

25 years ago, Another 48 Hrs. debuted in theaters, re-teaming Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy. Watch the original trailer for the sequel:

 

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