This meta-commentary on sloppy filmmaking takes a bunch of hard left turns. It's absolutely brilliant.
Booze and drugs aren't the only things that cause hangovers — heartbreak and general bad decisions can do that too. But we're pretty sure good friends can cure anything.
Blomkamp recently started his own production studio to create original shorts with hopes to develop a pipeline for them to become feature length films.
"Through My Eyes" is a very strange, very surreal short that's basically the exact opposite of "The Little Mermaid."
If a Silicon Valley success story led to the discovery of time travel, how would its debut go down? Probably a lot like how John X. Carey imagines it in this short.
As humans become progressively rounder, why not see how animals figure into this brave new world of ours?
"Technology plays a huge part in the America's Cup. It's been said the fastest boat has won the America's Cup for the last 160 years and I'm not sure that is about to change."
This short from YouTube sketch geniuses Chris and Jack is super funny, but if you think about it too hard it starts to get pretty terrifying. So, uh, don't do that.
Broken car? Damaged mind? Ugly face? "Cream" is the solution you've been waiting for.
You wouldn't get it. It's post-ironic.
We've always found it kind of odd that characters in science fiction films are always game to believe pretty much anything without question.
Of course, nothing can compete with the actual book series, but this still manages to thoroughly warm our cockles.
It's funny, beautifully shot and cleverly written. But most importantly, "That Dog" is very, very awkward.
The studio behind this teaser is looking for funding to develop this into a feature length film and all we can say to the potential producers out there is "PLEASE."
This beautifully surreal short film from Vogue has our brains hurting with so many linguistic twists on a name.
Spoken word poet Glenis Redmond's work "The Tao of the Black Plastic Comb" is brought to the screen in this stunning series of vignettes.
This film is inspired by actor Myles Humphus' real struggle to find work following his short pro football career with the Cleveland Browns.
"Reality doesn't happen by itself."
Try as you might to stay awake, your body has other plans.
The Crossing, an official prologue short to Alien: Covenant, reveals what happened to crew members Dr. Elizabeth Shaw and the synthetic David after the event...
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