Today in Movie Culture: New '80s Style Music Videos From David Hasselhoff and John Carpenter and More

Today in Movie Culture: New '80s Style Music Videos From David Hasselhoff and John Carpenter and More

Apr 17, 2015

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

 

What if Captain America had a reason to be suited with his own Iron Man type armor? Artist Abraão Segundo shows us with "Captain Iron" (via Geek Tyrant):

 

John Carpenter made a music video for "Night," a track from his new album of music that's like scores for movies that don't exist (via Live for Films):

 

And David Hasselhoff made a radical '80s style music video for his King Fury theme song, "True Survivor":

 

Michael Douglas re-created the famous leg-crossing scene from Basic Instinct with help from The Late Late Show host James Corden:

 

And I thought the Archie vs. The Punisher comic from long ago would be the weirdest crossover for the kids of Riverdale. Now Archie is going up against the Predator and Sharknado:

 

Parents of toddlers obsessed with the Frozen soundtrack should appreciate this disturbing fake trailer for Frozen II: Red Winter (via Devour):

 

Lego's tie-in for yesterday's Star Wars Celebration event was this miniature Tatooine set (via Topless Robot):

 

Jorge Luengo mashed up Interstellar and 2001: A Space Odyssey, showing the similarities (via Live for Films):

 

Watch a sweet short film called Love Stories about a couple from the man's point of view as he lists reasons he keeps falling in love with his girlfriend over and over again (via Design Taxi):

 

Sunday is the 85th anniversary of the first Looney Tunes animated short, Sinkin' in the Bathtub, starring the character Bosko. Watch it in its entirety below.

 

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