How Wes Anderson uses red and yellow to paint his movies

When I think of the colors red and yellow together, I think of Big Macs and french fries and chicken nuggets. Yep, I think of McDonald's. But maybe I should think of Wes Anderson movies now. As you can see in this lovely supercut by Rishi Kaneria that shows Anderson's use of color, red and yellow a lot in his films. » 2/24/15 12:19am 2/24/15 12:19am

Oscar winning movies perfectly recreated with just stock footage

Dissolve is back at it again with one of my favorite recurring series: recreating famous movie scenes with just stock footage. This time they focus on Academy Award winning movies and make you guess the film using hints such as 'theme park fail' and 'midlife strife with rose petals'. It's pretty uncanny how close they… » 2/18/15 7:48pm 2/18/15 7:48pm

8-bit video game version of Scarface looks like a killer good time

The best video games you can play are those that let you act like a complete maniac while surrounded by party girls and mountains of drugs and just shoot a lot of people. Basically, the best video game you can play is just playing the plot of Scarface over and over again. CineFix shows its latest 8-bit creation below. » 2/17/15 9:38pm 2/17/15 9:38pm

Kick ass friends recreated all of Rambo for kick ass bachelor party

If you've had some fun blackout stories with the boys or had a crazy insane Hangover weekend for a bachelor party and thought that was fun, wait until you see this: a group of friends re-created the plot of Rambo for their friend Dana Saint's bachelor party. It was awesome. I mean, seriously. Motorcycle chases, boats,… » 2/10/15 9:58pm 2/10/15 9:58pm

The truth about Samuel L. Jackson's hair in Pulp Fiction and other facts

Because everyone loves Pulp Fiction, CineFix followed up their original 9 things that people probably didn't know about Pulp Fiction with 7 more factoids. This time we find out the story about Samuel L. Jackson's hair, why Christopher Walken drank hot sauce behind the scenes and how Stanley Tucci is connected. » 2/09/15 10:39pm 2/09/15 10:39pm

Here's the difference between fun visual storytelling and boring movies

There are boring ways to make movies and then there is the much more satisfying creative process of filmmaking. Tony Zhou of Every Frame Painting pits the two techniques next to each other, showing how directors can visually tell a story when the scene just involves characters in a room. Sometimes people provide… » 1/29/15 11:45pm 1/29/15 11:45pm

Here's a super fun video of the best sword fights in film history

Maybe because the idea of fighting with swords today seems so impossibly dangerous and probably because seeing steel on steel clang and cut flesh is just so damn viscerally satisfying but there's few things more riveting to see on screen than watching two or more actors try to kill each other with a sword. » 1/27/15 1:14am 1/27/15 1:14am

Here's a cool best picture nominees mashup to get into the Oscars mood

If you didn't have time to go see this year's Academy Award nominees for best picture you should watch this neat mashup by University of Nevada student Dustin Martin. It condenses the eight movies in one video and shows just enough to put you in the right mood for The Oscars without spoiling any of the fun. » 1/20/15 7:30am 1/20/15 7:30am

New Avengers 2 trailer looks really disturbing (and cool)

This movie can't come fast enough because each trailer unveils a new layer and just adds to the sure to be epic-ness of The Avengers 2: Age of Ultron. The latest trailer shows off some more action sequences and reveals a lot of infighting and gets quite tense thanks to every character giving their best worry face. » 1/12/15 9:25pm 1/12/15 9:25pm

10 underrated movies you probably missed in 2014

The funnest and maybe even best movie of 2014 that nobody saw when it came out but when they finally watched it all agreed was the funnest and maybe even best movie of 2014: Edge of Tomorrow. Seriously, even if you don't like Tom Cruise, you'll enjoy the movie. Here are 9 other movies that were overlooked in 2014. » 1/07/15 10:00pm 1/07/15 10:00pm