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The iconic Bond walk and shot at the camera captured in gif form showing all six bonds. I’m welling up here…

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CineFix presents Fight Club retold via 8-bit (even though it is mostly 16-bit) game tech. No quarters or controllers required! SNES Pixies at the end too.

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Watch as a couple break up over dinner using only movie titles for conversation. Clever stuff…

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Sin City is back! I can’t tell you how happy this makes me. The follow up to 2005′s brilliant original, A Dame To Kill For comprises of four stories based around the inhabitants of Basin City. The film features an array of stars including Bruce Willis, Eva Green, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Ray Liotta and even Lady Gaga. I’m giddy here!!!

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Brass Ballas recreated the train fight from the opening of Skyfall. Well they tried. In all fairness it isn’t a bad attempt, I guess there are no diggers in GTA because there is a big chunk of the scene missing. Hey, it combined Bond with gaming…I’m all about that!!!

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Ever wondered what glamorous Hollywood women would look like with Steve Buscemi’s eyes? No me neither but the folks over at Sad And Useless did and the results are amazing…and creepy.

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The band McFly with Marty Feldman’s eyes superimposed on them. Stupid but funny…

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I love cruddy B-Movies and this could be the cruddiest of the lot. The whole film can be found on YouTube too.

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Danger, GPS, Fun…all seem to be the middle name of someone or other on TV or in films. Here is a compilation to show what I mean…

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How about this for a slice of gold? A film about the life and times of Frank Sidebottom, filmed in America with Hollywood A-listers playing the main parts? Don’t believe me? Michael Fassbender plays Frank supported by Domhall Gleeson (‘About Time’), Maggie Gyllenhaal (’The Dark Knight’) and Scoot McNairy (’Killing Them Softly’). Forget everything else, this is the film I’m most looking forward to seeing this year…

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