Here’s my first video of 2019, the secrets to a great slasher film: The problem with the old definition of a slasher film According to Google: From the above definition, you get two important characteristics: It must be a horror film, and The attacker must attack with a knife or razor. I find this definition […]
I show you how Ridley Scott sets up the three dining area scenes – two at the beginning, and the third at a major plot point.
How does Steven Spielberg get such visually rich frames? Maybe it’s because he uses the “L System”.
Here is my analysis of the “Dawn of Man” sequence from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Three ways in which the Camera can contribute in the joke. Examples from Deadpool.
In this video I breakdown Andrei Tarkovsky secret technique to make the cinematic glide work.
Why is Rashomon the ultimate art film? And what really happened that afternoon – with clues from Kurosawa!
Why Guillermo del Toro’s work is special, and how we can learn from it.
Is there a formula that applies to every movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Turns out there is.
What can films about filmmaking teach us? You’d be surprised!