You have to possess a truly practical knowledge of films in the golden age of TOHO Films or those cheesy 80’s action flicks to create trailers as unpolished and amazing as the two I have here.
The House of Ideas went all out today with an unannounced event in Hollywood and suddenly here are the logos for all of Marvel’s new films going all the way to 2019.
My favorite one is Captain Marvel just because I love yellow and Avant-Garde Gothic almost equally. My favorite announcement was Black Panther, because it’s about time we had a black hero or let’s face it, any other kind of color hero kicking ass in his or her own franchise.
How’s that new Flash TV show, you ask? Well, my answer is… it’s too early to judge, but I can tell you what I’ve noticed so far from its first 3 episodes.
Astromono ceased being a website where I publish news. I now write about the things I like and experience while trying to enjoy life.
With that aside, peel your freaking eyes for this Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer which should’ve debuted next week during an episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but instead it’s now frolicking about and elevating the movie’s hype over 9000.
French animation studio HOTU produced this short called 87 Bounces in which a basketball rolls and bounces through a bunch of films both new and old. Can you recognize all the films in the video?
Hey dawg, I heard you like anime, so I put some anime in y our live action film based on a comic. What?
Last week I watched Frank, a film I’m having a tough time describing, but also a film I felt related with in more than one way and surprised me too.
Although most people might not care about his style, among movie lovers and fans of the franchises he
destroys touches, Michael Bay is not a director that’s often recommended. Whatever your opinion on the matter, there’s no reason to avoid exploring his way of filmmaking and why people keep paying to see his work.
I didn’t grow up with Star Trek, I was a Star Wars convert by age 6. When I hear people talking about outer space, I see infinite possibilities in completely new worlds with super cool space ships. That’s what Guardians of the Galaxy delivered for me.