A Guide To Visual Symmetry In Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange

One reason why director Stanley Kubrick is a legend is because of his beautiful shots, which feature symmetrical framing, or one-point-perspective — which means that all lines lead to a single point in the distance. We've made a supercut of all the scenes with one-point perspective in the legendary A Clockwork Orange… » 1/27/15 3:05pm 1/27/15 3:05pm

It Takes 6​ Minutes To Show Every Death In The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy

Someone has assembled this supercut of every single death shown in Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and Return of the King, and suddenly it dawns on me that LotR is, in a sense, mostly a tale of genocide against orcs. Seriously, the ratio of orc to non-orc deaths here is kind of disturbing. » 12/11/14 8:40am 12/11/14 8:40am

A Compilation Of The Walking Dead's Greatest, Grossest Zombie Kills

I fully approve of this supercut of The Walking Dead's zombie-slaying, although it may occasionally focus on quantity over quality. I do, however, begrudge its use of the "Can-Can" music when it could have used "Yakety Sax" to infinitely greater effect. Everything is better with "Yakety Sax," people. When will you… » 9/26/14 6:30am 9/26/14 6:30am

A supercut of people terrorized by things that turned out to be cats

Cats are evil, man. They wait until a serial killer sneaks inside your house. After you're nervous, they jump out at you — scaring you briefly, but then giving you a false sense of security, letting you be murdered more effectively. The evidence is here, in this supercut of the countless times cats have… » 10/09/13 2:40pm 10/09/13 2:40pm