Lights, camera, action! It's movie night and time to take a look back at these favorite characters, and how funny they can really be.
Earth to all lovers of The Martian movie. We've got some tasty little factoids we think you would love to munch up. These are some seriously interesting behind the scenes facts about the actors, director Ridley Scott's decisions, and the making of the movie. All you The Martian fans need to dig your claws into these facts immediately because they make the movie that much better.
There's no doubt that The Matrix is one of the best films ever made. Released in 1999, visual effects of such high quality were virtually unseen before. But would The Matrix be as good if it's visual effects weren't as good? After watching Studio 188's low cost version of The Matrix, we can say, YES. This low budget version of the classic is as good (or better?) than the original, purely because of the creativity that went into recreating The Matrix on a low, low budget. And it will have you crying with laughter. This will make your week.
Ah, Titanic. A classic, romantic and heart-breaking movie that will go down in history as one of the most unforgettable films. But what if it was made with a very, very low budget? That's exactly what the guys over at Studio 188 wondered too. So they made it: a low cost version of Titanic. And it is (sorry James Cameron) way, way better than the original. Mostly because it had us crying tears of laughter for the whole 2:48 of the video. This will be the funniest thing you see all month. Guaranteed.
Ben Affleck has announced the new title for his solo film project is "The Batman," and Twitter gave us our only thoughts on the matter:
By almost all accounts, Fantastic Four is a bad movie. Some even go so far as to delightfully call it an "unmitigated garbage fire".
However, it was not the first horrible Fantastic Four movie to be made, some would even say it was the fourth horrible Fantastic Four movie made.
But if you want to go back to the beginning, back to the franchise's first brush with rotten, you'll need to watch the 1994 B-movie magnate Roger Corman's disaster.
That cult classic, that is truly so bad it's great, was never even released. It was merely produced by the German rights holder because the rights would be lost they were not used.
Years later, it leaked out to the public so the world could have its original awful Fantastic Four movie.
And, you lucky person, it's now streaming on the Internet!
It probably won't be for long, though. With FOX now owning the rights, they may not be too keen for this display of the brand. So watch it while you can!
If you're looking something slightly better, we did put together a list of 10 movies that rate higher than the most recent Fantastic Four movie.
Anyway, here's the 1994 movie:
In this parody movie trailer inspired by the sci-fi film The Day the Earth Stood Still and created by French comedy group Golden Moustache, humanity has no choice but to face the grave danger of extinction when the U.S. government discovers that one man's self-pleasure leads to another man's death.
Disclaimer: this video contains suggestive content which may not be suitable for minors.
Check out the trailer for "Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie," an independent film project based on the popular web series and entirely funded by fan donations. Starring James Rolfe and Kevin Finn, the movie follows Rolfe's quest to put a stop to the controversy surrounding the worst video game of all time, E.T. for the Atari 2600. The film is expected to be released this upcoming weekend.
Editor's note: Video contains strong language that might be a bit not safe for work.