Today in Movie Culture: Stop-Motion 'Ghostbusters,' the Art and Importance of Editing and More

Today in Movie Culture: Stop-Motion 'Ghostbusters,' the Art and Importance of Editing and More

Mar 28, 2018

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

 

Remade Scene of the Day:

Watch the climactic battle of Ghostbusters redone with action figures and stop-motion animation (via /Film):

 

Filmmaking Craft of the Day:

This well-cut video from Jake Cauty showcases the art of editing in all its best uses (via Cinematic Montage Creators):

 

Franchise Supercut of the Day:

Here's another video to get us excited there's less than a month until Avengers: Infinity War comes out, focusing on the coming together of all the Marvel characters in one epic movie:

 

Film History of the Day:

For Vanity Fair, the cast of the new season of RuPaul's Drag Race react to drag in classic movies, including Some Like It HotMrs. Doubtfire and Tootsie:

 

Vintage Image of the Day:

Dianne Wiest, who turns 70 today, won her first Oscar for her performance in Hannah and Her Sisters. Here she is looking very hip in a promotional photo for the movie:

 

Video Essay of the Day:

If you're ever wondering if you should watch the Ridley Scott's director's cut of Kingdom of Heaven, Film Radar makes a great case for why it's the better version:

 

Adaptation Comparison of the Day:

See how similiar the old TV series The Incredible Hulk and the 2008 MCU movie The Incredible Hulk are with this side-by-side comparison from Dimitreze:

 

Cosplay of the Day:

These two cosplaying Coco fans did such a great job they made me forget the Pixar feature is an animated film:

 

 

Movie Trivia of the Day:

Clickhole shares a whole bunch of incorrect trivia about Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas in order to "change the way you watch" it:

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 55th anniversary of the release of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. Watch the filmmaker's original teaser trailer for the classic horror drama below. 

 

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