Classic Cult Film Posters

Over at Westgate Gallery, you'll find a massive collection of original graphic film posters roughly spanning 1958-1988 during the taboo-shattering age of the grindhouse, the drive-in and the adults-only theaters, before home video and big media mergers dealt the death blow to these types of films. Best of all... Read more...

Who Killed the Skate Video?

Is the skate video really dead? What is the relevance of the skate video in this modern digital age? A new multiple-part video by Redbull looks at the emergence of the solo video part, the impact a traditional premiere still has, and the hype behind the biggest team video in recent history. It features... Read more...

Stanley Kubrick’s Obsession with Red

For even the biggest Kubrick fan, the prevalent use of the colour red in his many films might have been a trait overlooked. However, in this just over 1-minute supercut put together by Rishi Kaneria and set to Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, the legendary director’s obsession with red becomes all too clear. Read more...

Daniel Arsham “Welcome to the Future”

Over this past weekend, New York-based artist Daniel Arsham opened his latest exhibit at Miami's Locust Projects. Titled "Welcome to the Future," the show is a major site-specific installation which transforms the gallery into an excavation site as Arsham dug a hole 25 feet in diameter and three feet deep into the gallery’s floor which holds thousands of... Read more...

Steak Cuts Explained

So you already know where bacon comes from, but can you tell the difference between a rib steak and a ribeye, or a t-bone or porterhouse? Thanks to this short new video by Eater, which breaks down all the types of steak cuts into animated white chalk illustrations on blackboards, you finally can. Read more...