9 items from 2016
Why do a marathon when you can do a sprint? Related: Bill Murray’s Wonderful Dance To The ‘Ghostbusters’ Theme Song YouTuber Robert Jones uploaded a video compiling 80 dance scenes from popular ‘80s movies. To make things even cooler, the video is set to Lionel Richie’s “Dancing on the Ceiling” – on the 30 year […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Tomorrow, August 5, is a special day that may be missing from calendars in a gross oversight: It’s the 30th anniversary of Lionel Richie’s hit song “Dancing On The Ceiling.” Such a momentous occasion as that shouldn’t go unnoticed and must be celebrated in some fashion. Luckily YouTuber Robert Jones has rushed to the rescue with a brand-new supercut that honors Mr. Richie’s ode to ceiling-based gyrations. While the original music video was a raucous good time with people awkwardly dancing, as was the fashion of the time, Jones has outdone that video with this tribute to all sorts of people busting moves in a multitude of ’80s movies.
There are clips from all manner of movie types throughout the decade—from The Breakfast Club to Howard The Duck, Caddyshack to Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo. Even werewolves and nerds get in on the action with shots ...
- Rob Dean
Generally cheap, comfortable, and disposable, the humble T-shirt has been a part of American life since World War I, when doughboys brought them back from France. For decades, they were strictly undergarments, rarely worn exposed in public. But, according to Jane and Michael Stern’s The Encyclopedia Of Bad Taste, T-shirts came out of hiding during the 1960s and became a common medium of personal expression, thanks to the ascendance of both pop art and in-your-face social activism. Suddenly, T-shirts with funny slogans, eye-catching designs, and advertising messages were everywhere. And thank goodness for that. Otherwise, the world would have been denied some of the most awesome (and awesomely tacky) T-shirts in movie history. Back in 2013, Brett Roberts and Travis Greenwood curated a five-minute supercut of cinema’s greatest tees. Now, Roberts and Greenwood have teamed with Robert Jones to create a four-minute sequel, this time set to “Disco »
- Joe Blevins
I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don’t plan it, don’t wait for it, just let it happen. It could be a new shirt at the men’s store, a catnap in your office chair, or two cups of good, hot black coffee. Or, it could be a listen to this Lynchian mixtape inspired by the massive cast list released for the new iteration of Twin Peaks, which has a surprising number of musicians along with actors.
This list includes, but is not limited to, Trent Reznor, Eddie Vedder, Sky Ferreia, and Sharon Van Etten, along with actors who also dabble in music such as Jennifer Jason Leigh, Monica Bellucci, and Richard Chamberlain. The songs are tailor-fitted to the mood of the show, a combination of the eerie, sad, dark, joyous, and full of life. »
- Mike Mazzanti
Deadline has learned that Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films has picked up the rights to Atari's Centipede and Missile Command, and will produce and finance two movies based on the classic arcade games. Randall Emmett and George Furla will produce the projects, with Atari, Stephen Belafonte, Wayne Marc Godfrey and Robert Jones serving as executive producers. In a statement, CEO Fred Chesnais said Atari is... Read More »
- Jesse Giroux
Exclusive: Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films has closed a deal to partner with Atari to produce and finance two feature films based on Centipede and Missile Command, the classic arcade game properties. Randall Emmett and George Furla will produce, and Atari, Stephen Belafonte, Wayne Marc Godfrey and Robert Jones will be executive producers on the film projects. Both of the shooter games launched in 1980 during what was considered a golden age of video arcade games. In Centipede… »
We tend to get used to the structure of crime based shows, they follow certain rules. With Murder: The Complete Series this is turned on its head by providing the stories in a documentary style, based on interviews after the case has finished. You’ll probably expect there to be a few twists, which of course there are many.
Featuring not only the series itself, but also Murder: Joint Enterprise we meet characters connected to the murders and they set their case. This can be family of the murdered person, witnesses or the accused person themselves, all ready to give their information over to us. We then have to decide exactly what has happened and who is the real culprit.
When we are given the facts in this way, as the audience »
- Paul Metcalf
The Bafta award-winning drama Murder is set to return to BBC Two with three new films. Co-created by Robert Jones and Kath Mattock, and written by Robert Jones, the three 1 hour dramas have been made by Touchpaper TV for BBC Two.
Continuing with the same innovative and unique format, with three new standalone films, Murder uses personal confessions to revisit the missing moments leading up to a death, in search of the truth.
Intercut with CCTV footage, live action and forensic evidence, the protagonists speak direct to camera giving their version of events. But where does the truth lie when the different versions don’t add up?
Ten years ago, an off-duty policeman was killed in cold blood in a swimming-pool car park. That much is not in dispute. »
- email@example.com (ScreenTerrier)
We.ve seen some fun dance montages on YouTube before, but most of them only focus on movies that include...well...dancing. Most of the time, a look back on dancing in movies limits itself to movie musicals or other films where dancing is an important aspect of the story. This time, pretty much any moment in the history of cinema where somebody gyrates slightly differently is fair game. It opens with Ex Machina for crying out loud. One content warning: the music is very '90s. It.s so good it makes you wish you didn.t suffer from a debilitating lack of rhythm. Or maybe that.s just me. This video, entitled, "Gonna Make You Sweat," after the song which is used, is by YouTuber Robert Jones, who has created other dance tribute videos in the past. If anything, the use of any movie that includes dancing seems »
9 items from 2016
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