Was Jodorowsky's Dune the most ahead-of-its-time movie ever?

Alejandro Jodorowsky's never-made movie version of Dune is one of the great might-have-beens in science fiction history — featuring designs from some of the greatest artists and an appearance by Salvador Dali. Here's your exclusive first glimpse at the long-awaited documentary about this lost film. » 9/05/13 3:30pm 9/05/13 3:30pm

The Closest You'll Ever Come to Watching Jodorowsky's Lost Dune Movie

Back in the mid-1970s, legendary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky tried to make a movie of Frank Herbert's Dune, featuring people like Mick Jagger, Orson Welles and Salvador Dali, with designs by H.R. Giger and Chris Foss. It would have been astonishing, whether or not it lived up to the book. Now, a new documentary… » 5/20/13 12:14pm 5/20/13 12:14pm

Do you want a documentary about Tim Burton and Nic Cage's insane

That small piggybank of change you've been setting aside for the next awesome Kickstarter project you hear about? Bust that bad boy open. Director, editor and Adult Swim all-star Jon Schnepp wants to make a documentary about Superman Lives, the absolutely insane, doomed Superman movie Tim Burton was set to make in the … » 1/25/13 4:00pm 1/25/13 4:00pm

Just John DeLancie singing about the history of Bronies, that's all

If you are interested in the amazing groundswell of popularity for the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic cartoon, or the more culturally baffling "Brony" phenomenon, you could do worse than watching this video where John DeLancie, who voices the evil Discord on the show (and is better known as Star Trek: The Next… » 1/21/13 12:40pm 1/21/13 12:40pm

Watch 7 minutes of secret footage captured by fans who crashed the

Last year we published a collection of behind-the-scenes photos from a group of fans that crashed the Return of the Jedi set located in the middle of a very hot desert. And now there's video of that Buttercup Valley set, and it's glorious. » 6/07/12 7:50am 6/07/12 7:50am

A fascinating documentary on the wooden camera photographers of…

In modern Kabul, only two men in town practice the dying art of kamra-e-faoree photography, or shooting pictures with a unique, retrotech wooden camera. This method of picture-taking first caught on in Afghanistan in the 1930s and 1940s. Over the decades, it dwindled in popularity because of political pressure and… » 5/08/12 11:10am 5/08/12 11:10am

Watch Salvador Dalí's fake documentary about the quest for…

In 1976, one-time Dune actor Salvador Dalí starred in the surrealist documentary Impressions de la haute Mongolie (Impressions of Upper Mongolia), a travelogue of his mission to Mongolia to find a particular fungal hallucinogen. » 9/03/11 7:30am 9/03/11 7:30am

Watch a meticulous fan-assembled documentary of the Star Wars trilogy

Using snippets of behind-the-scenes footage, interview commentaries, and concept art, videographer Jambe Davdar has assembled an awe-inspiring YouTube play-by-play of the Star Wars trilogy. He previously made two of these patchwork documentaries (Building Empire and Returning of the Jedi) and has just finished the… » 2/05/11 1:00pm 2/05/11 1:00pm