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docteur-no:

MOVIEPOSTER OF THE DAY

Le thème de la semaine : l’heroic fantasy.
DARK CRYSTAL (1982). Un film de Jim Henson et Frank Oz.

criterioncollection:

Happy 71st birthday to the king of the new flesh.

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oldtobegin:

yeezuschristgirl:

like how can u not reblog

Luna

The Evil Dead - Sam Raimi’s low budget camera rigs

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servant-of-fire:

 Game of Thrones’ cards by Simona

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moviesinframes:

Gravity, 2013 (dir. Alfonso Cuarón)

By quello-nello-specchio

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i looked through his eyes,
and i saw death.

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pickledelephant:

Steve McQueen while filming Twelve Years a Slave (2013)

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thedeaditeslayer:

Details released for the upcoming Darkman blu-ray from Scream Factory

The Sam Raimi directed film is being re-released on February 18th with brand new special features including interviews with Liam Neeson and France McDormand. The first 200 people to pre-order the release with also receive a 18” x 24” poster of the new artwork. The collector’s edition is already available for pre-order on Shout Factory’s website here.

Special Features:

- Interviews with Liam Neeson and Frances McDormand

- My Name is Durant: Interview with Larry Drake

- The Face of Revenge: Interview with Make-up Designer Tony Gardner

- Henchman Tales: Interview with actors Dan Bell and Danny Hicks

- Dark Design: Interview with Production Designer Rany Ser and Art Director Philip Dagort

- Audio Commentary with director of photography Bill Pope

- Vintage “making of” and interview Featurettes featuring interviews with Sam Raimi, Liam Neeson, Frances McDormand, and more

- Vintage full-length interviews, not used in the featurettes, with Sam Raimi, Liam Neeson, and Frances McDormand

- Theatrical Trailer

- TV Spots

- Still Galleries: Posters and Production Stills, Behind the Scenes, Make-up effects and Storyboards

rockyrama:

SNAKE PLISSKEN
ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK

rockyrama:

SNAKE PLISSKEN

ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The King’s speech, as delivered in the movie, is only two-thirds of the original. The original speech has 407 words; the movie version has 269. Four sentences were deleted and four sentences were shortened.

The King’s Speech (2010)