Believe it or not, these images aren't from Ridley Scott's classic Blade Runner; they're from the neon-lit dystopia we call real life. Guess Earth was the sixth replicant all along, huh?
In Iceland, the meticulously built set for an abandoned film has become an unofficial viking theme park.
Watching the first and last scenes of a film at the same time is surprisingly illuminating. And fun.
Watching everyday objects being made is always fascinating, but who knew the humble tinnie was so elegant? Presenting: the hidden ballet behind the rustic beer can.
An unearthed short film from the Spinal Tap crew turns it up to 11.
You can tell a lot about a person by which font they use. And as this blog shows, the same is probably true for aliens.
Not as good as 'Night Fever', but then again the Bee Gees can't teach you anything about why objects have mass.
Jake Gyllenhaal trawls Los Angeles' grisly underbelly as a sensation-hungry cameraman in Nightcrawler. (And we've got tickets to give away.)
The best in independent photography for another year.
We speak to Simon Pegg about getting serious in his latest film, Hector and the Search for Happiness. (And we've got some tickets to give away.)
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