This documentary gives us a rare glimpse at the youth of San Francisco in 1961

This video is a perfect example of some of the gems you find on youtube, that you will not find anywhere. Directed by cinematographer David Meyers (THX 1138, Woodstock) Ask Me, Don’t Tell Me turns it’s lens on the rebellious youth of 1961 in San Francisco. The footage is superb and may come in handyContinue reading “This documentary gives us a rare glimpse at the youth of San Francisco in 1961”

Video for Dj Snake & Lil Jon’s – “Turn Down For What” will melt your face

This video is fucking crazy! Directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, taking a huge bite out of the 2013 short film “Next Floor” directed by De Denis Villeneuve, took it one step further by featuring body parts doing things to music, that body parts should never do. Sounding a lot like a Diplo production fromContinue reading “Video for Dj Snake & Lil Jon’s – “Turn Down For What” will melt your face”

This MATRIX fan film is worth watching…over and over

Featuring some outstanding looking “Sentinels”, this Matrix fan film could easily be an intro to a television series or even a Netflix exclusive…it’s that good! Shot in Bogota, Columbia by director/vfx artist Felix Joleanes, the short “seemingly” takes place after the machines have taken over and the world (the real world) as we know it,Continue reading “This MATRIX fan film is worth watching…over and over”

Trailer for the documentary Rhythm and Hues:Life After Pi

I think people take for granted, the time and effort that goes into creating these worlds we’ve come to know and love. The pros make it so seamless, that it all floats by us as well as those who hold the checks in Hollywood. Last year when  visual effects house Rhythm and Hues, went bellyContinue reading “Trailer for the documentary Rhythm and Hues:Life After Pi”

A wonderful tribute to all the films that were snubbed by the 2014 Oscars

It really doesn’t have legs until you see it laid out like this. Some of the films in this montage weren’t great, but what they lacked in one area, they more than made up for in others. I think while watching this film, my biggest disappointment was the snub of the amazing documentary BLACKFISH andContinue reading “A wonderful tribute to all the films that were snubbed by the 2014 Oscars”

This Gravity featurette guarantees them winning every technical category in the Oscars

As we draw close to Oscar time, it’s important to remind people just what deserves what, despite what a few dusty-ass raisins in Hollywood say. I said it before and I will say it again, the Oscars should be a peoples choice award and there shouldn’t be separate categories for male and female actors….there…my twoContinue reading “This Gravity featurette guarantees them winning every technical category in the Oscars”

Watch The Green Ruby Pumpkin and know what Halloween is!

It is because films like this that I love Halloween! Directed by CGI animators Miguel Ortega (Jack The Giant Killer, THOR) and Tran Ma (Alice In Wonderland, G.I. Joe) The Ruby Green Pumpkin is a delight in that way that years from now you’ll be asking yourself “remember that one Halloween story…yeah that one. Wasn’tContinue reading “Watch The Green Ruby Pumpkin and know what Halloween is!”

David Fincher rolls out a masterpiece for Justin Timberlake’s new single “Suit & Tie” Feat. Jay-Z

Most of us already know that David Fincher comes from a music video background. He single-handedly ushered in a whole generation of high concept video’s and the music industry hasn’t been the same since. His roster of artists includes…oh wait, I just Googled his music video filmography and Holy S**t, there’s entirely too many toContinue reading “David Fincher rolls out a masterpiece for Justin Timberlake’s new single “Suit & Tie” Feat. Jay-Z”

And the nominees for the 2013 Golden Globes are….

It always amazes me when movies that have yet to be released are nominated for Golden Globes. Case and point Zero Dark Thirty and Django Unchained. This would normally piss me off, but Quentin Tarantino‘s: Django Unchained  is up for Best picture, Best Director and twice in the Best Supporting Actor categories and I couldn’tContinue reading “And the nominees for the 2013 Golden Globes are….”

Name That Soundtrack: Science Fiction up’s the ante

It was about a month ago we challenged you, our readers, to guess the name, composer and titles of ten science fiction film/tv soundtracks. The response was less than desirable and most of us at MITNG had begun questioning our approach. We began blaming ourselves and saying maybe if we had toasted the bread betterContinue reading “Name That Soundtrack: Science Fiction up’s the ante”