Today in Movie Culture: Tim Burton's 'Batman & Robin,' Darth Vader vs. Xenomorphs and More

Today in Movie Culture: Tim Burton's 'Batman & Robin,' Darth Vader vs. Xenomorphs and More

Jan 04, 2017

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


Reimagined Movie of the Day:

What if Tim Burton stayed with the Batman franchise through the 1990s and directed Batman & Robin? Sam Ibrahim shows us in this reworked trailer:


Mashup Art of the Day:

Artist Guillem H. Pongiluppi created a whole series of paintings where Darth Vader and Stormtroopers battle xenomorphs from the Alien movies. See more at Geek Tyrant.


Movie Parody of the Day:

The Korean version of Saturday Night Live did a very silly parody of Marvel's Doctor Strange (via Twitter):


VFX Reel of the Day:

See why Arrival should be a contender for the visual effects Oscar in this breakdown of the work by Oblique FX (via /Film):


Vintage Image of the Day:

Harmony Korine, who turns 44 today, with Chloe Sevigny on the set of Kids in 1994:


Movie Food of the Day:

YouTube cooking show Binging with Babish shows us how to make our own Big Kahuna burger as seen in Pulp Fiction:


Fan Build of the Day:

Not only did Trekkie Kevin J. Walter build a 250,000 piece Lego replica of the Klingon Bird of Prey ship from Star Trek, but he also made a nice slideshow album of the model in action (via Geekologie):

Klingon Bird of Prey (redux)


Video Essay of the Day:

You'll never not notice when movie characters drink milk again after watching this Now You See It video about what the beverage means in films, particularly in Mad Max: Fury Road:


Supercut of the Day:

In support of the social media hashtag #52FilmsbyWomen, Roman Holiday shares a montage of 52 films by women:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Speaking of movies directed by women, Underworld: Blood Wars hits theaters this weekend, so let's look back at the original trailer for the first Underworld (which was directed by a man) released back in 2003:




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