Wouldn't it be cool to go around a video store with Michel Gondry, and be like, "Michel, I am so in the mood for a romantic-comedy," while he is like, "Let's use these DVDs as wheels on marshmallow cars"? Well, now you can sort of do that thanks to Tiffany Limos's A Cinephile's Labyrinth, a short documentary of Gondry guiding a tour of his favorite video store, the closing Blockbuster off an Indiana interstate. Or it might be something Parisian. Regardless, watch below, but beware that he sort of spoils the end of a Wim Wenders film.
In a departure from their typical cute, moving, beautifully-animated projects, Studio Ghibli recently made this semi-live-action short where a giant, awful alien asshole ruins Japan with his awesome mouth-laser--just like how you assumed My Neighbor Totoro would end, until it d... / Continue →
As a proud Eagle Scout who is also not a terrible person, filmmaker Todd Bieber has taken issue with how unabashed the Boy Scouts of America has been in denying participation to openly gay individuals. So, taking his frustration and ire beyond the usual moaning on Facebook, he ... / Continue →
Available online for years but just now making the rounds thanks to Argo and a slow news week, here's Ben Affleck's directorial debut: I Killed My Lesbian Wife, Hung Her on a Meathook, and Now I Have a Three Picture Deal at Disney, a fifteen-minute, kind of terrible short he di... / Continue →