Cutting Room Flaw

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September 3, 2014 at 5:41pm
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Reblogged from cityonfiredotcom
cityonfiredotcom:

Fans of Asian horror will want to check out the spooky and atmospheric trailers for “Manhole,” an upcoming Korean horror film: http://www.cityonfire.com/asian-horror-awaits-for-those-who-take-a-trip-down-the-manhole/

cityonfiredotcom:

Fans of Asian horror will want to check out the spooky and atmospheric trailers for “Manhole,” an upcoming Korean horror film: http://www.cityonfire.com/asian-horror-awaits-for-those-who-take-a-trip-down-the-manhole/

June 30, 2014 at 7:45pm
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Reblogged from orientallyyours
orientallyyours:

Paul Robeson (1898-1976), Anna May Wong (1905-1961), and Mei Lanfang, taken by Fania Marinoff in 1935
Source: Yale University Library

orientallyyours:

Paul Robeson (1898-1976), Anna May Wong (1905-1961), and Mei Lanfang, taken by Fania Marinoff in 1935

Source: Yale University Library

June 22, 2014 at 12:16pm
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Reblogged from starscream-and-hutch

starscream-and-hutch:

For Alderaan.

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June 20, 2014 at 7:55pm
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Finally made my PhD thesis available online
Cutting Action : Appreciating Hong Kong’s Wuxia Films Through an Analysis of Constructive Editing
[Iron Monkey, Yuen Woo-ping, 1993 — not strictly wuxia, more kung fu, but it’s discussed in chapter 1]

Finally made my PhD thesis available online

Cutting Action : Appreciating Hong Kong’s Wuxia Films Through an Analysis of Constructive Editing

[Iron Monkey, Yuen Woo-ping, 1993 — not strictly wuxia, more kung fu, but it’s discussed in chapter 1]

May 7, 2014 at 6:08pm
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Reblogged from henckels

ffrenchtoast:

Tarantino Movie Connections : The Corpse POV
Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Inglourious Basterds (all his films, really)

(Source: henckels, via allgirlghostbusters-deactivated)

April 28, 2014 at 11:33am
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Reblogged from gutsanduppercuts

gutsanduppercuts:

House of Traps (1982)

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January 22, 2014 at 8:01pm
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Reblogged from naomiriam

phenylketonurics:

naomiriam:

三少斧的剣 / Death Dual (1977)

Not only does this film have an insane amount of brilliant cameos, it has an insane amount of grotesque surgery scenes, too! What more could ya need?!

January 20, 2014 at 9:14pm
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Reblogged from visionsoflight

visionsoflight:

Bat Without Wings

・ ・ ・

Director: Yuen Chor

Director of Photography: Chieh Huang

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November 30, 2013 at 6:34am
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Reblogged from silveremulsion

silveremulsion:

Finger of Doom (1972)

Click for the review!

http://www.silveremulsion.com/2013/11/29/finger-of-doom-1972/

November 24, 2013 at 11:41am
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Reblogged from shortformblog
angelfishing:

matthewkeys:

shortformblog:

Inside these boxes are enough videotapes to fill a Blockbuster. What’s on these tapes? Well, about 35 years of local and national news, recorded by Marion Stokes, a woman who spent nearly half her life recording the news in the belief that someday it would be useful. It probably isn’t very useful, but it was a pretty epic hobby.

These tapes will actually be incredibly useful. They contain hours of history that can be re-lived, instead of re-imagined, when viewed. 
The San Francisco-based Internet Archive plans to digitize the tapes and make them available on their website for searching and viewing. Someday, in the not-too-distant future, you’ll be able to watch ABC News segments on the Iran hostage crisis — the event that launched Nightline. The live CNN video on the Challenger disaster. Little Jessica being rescued from the well. Nightly news segments on the fall of the Berlin wall.
The first Gulf War. The war in Bosnia. TWA 800. Clinton’s impeachment. The Florida “hanging chad” scandal. Hours of videotape on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. The entire war in Iraq as it played out on cable news. The start — and end — of the housing crisis that crippled economy. The election of the first black president.
Marion Stokes might have had an unusual hobby, but her hobby bore a priceless gift that now millions connected to the internet will be able to enjoy. I guess I’d expect nothing less from someone who was once a former librarian.

this is actually really cool.

angelfishing:

matthewkeys:

shortformblog:

Inside these boxes are enough videotapes to fill a Blockbuster. What’s on these tapes? Well, about 35 years of local and national news, recorded by Marion Stokes, a woman who spent nearly half her life recording the news in the belief that someday it would be useful. It probably isn’t very useful, but it was a pretty epic hobby.

These tapes will actually be incredibly useful. They contain hours of history that can be re-lived, instead of re-imagined, when viewed. 

The San Francisco-based Internet Archive plans to digitize the tapes and make them available on their website for searching and viewing. Someday, in the not-too-distant future, you’ll be able to watch ABC News segments on the Iran hostage crisis — the event that launched Nightline. The live CNN video on the Challenger disaster. Little Jessica being rescued from the well. Nightly news segments on the fall of the Berlin wall.

The first Gulf War. The war in Bosnia. TWA 800. Clinton’s impeachment. The Florida “hanging chad” scandal. Hours of videotape on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. The entire war in Iraq as it played out on cable news. The start — and end — of the housing crisis that crippled economy. The election of the first black president.

Marion Stokes might have had an unusual hobby, but her hobby bore a priceless gift that now millions connected to the internet will be able to enjoy. I guess I’d expect nothing less from someone who was once a former librarian.

this is actually really cool.

8:43am
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Reblogged from wolverineburger
wolverineburger:

Kaufman files a reel from the 35mm print of the 1987 film Troma’s War in the archives at Troma’s offices.

wolverineburger:

Kaufman files a reel from the 35mm print of the 1987 film Troma’s War in the archives at Troma’s offices.

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November 23, 2013 at 3:33pm
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Reblogged from psychofactz
psychofactz:

More Facts on Psychofacts :)

psychofactz:

More Facts on Psychofacts :)

November 9, 2013 at 9:39pm
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Reblogged from klainedestined

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”

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October 23, 2013 at 11:25am
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Reblogged from kurosawa-akira

(Source: kurosawa-akira, via plunderfoot)

October 16, 2013 at 10:50am
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Reblogged from nitratediva
nitratediva:

The monster strikes back against his maker! Well, sort of… This is Boris Karloff goofing around with legendary makeup artist Jack Pierce, who created the iconic grotesque looks of Frankenstein’s monster, his bride, Imhotep the mummy, and Gwynplaine (from The Man Who Laughs, the inspiration for The Joker), among others.
Also note that this footage was not colorized; the makeup for Frankenstein’s monster, though photographed in black-and-white, really was this shade of green.

nitratediva:

The monster strikes back against his maker! Well, sort of… This is Boris Karloff goofing around with legendary makeup artist Jack Pierce, who created the iconic grotesque looks of Frankenstein’s monster, his bride, Imhotep the mummy, and Gwynplaine (from The Man Who Laughs, the inspiration for The Joker), among others.

Also note that this footage was not colorized; the makeup for Frankenstein’s monster, though photographed in black-and-white, really was this shade of green.

(via ghastlydelights)