Fun Video Edits Together Your Favorite Movie Characters Into One Awesome Bathroom Scene

As a continuation to last year’s classic video edit Hell’s Club , where Antonio Maria Da Silva of AMDS Films stitched together famous movie characters into one tremendous club scene, comes this epic bathroom scene. Characters like Tony Montana from Scarface and Tyler Durden from Fight Club can get into a brawl, while Jack Torrance from The Shining breaks down the door to peer in on Arnold in True Lies…

Week’s best Apple deals: Lowest-ever prices on MacBook Pro, iPad Pro and more

We are already dreaming about the iPhone deals we’ll be able to bring you in coming weeks, after the iPhone 7 debuts on September 7 and retailers slash prices on older models. But for now, we’ve got four Editors’ Choice deals with some of the best prices on Apple hardware we’ve ever seen. MacBook Pro […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

New video shows working iPhone 7 Plus in the wild

Apple won’t have many surprises left to reveal during its September 7 keynote, based on a new video that appears to show not one but three working iPhone 7 Plus devices ahead of their grand unveiling. Notorious Apple leaker Sonny Dickson posted a short video of the three plus-size iPhones this morning, confirming many of […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Irish throw fruity protest against Apple tax breaks

The headquarters of the ruling government party of Ireland, Fine Gael, was the site of recent apple massacre after angry citizens flocked to the offices to protest Apple’s massive tax breaks. Members of the youth wing Sinn Fein impaled apples of the orange and red variety on the fences of Fine Gael’s Dublin offices following […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

The Staggering Evolution of Stop-Motion in Film History

Filmmakers have been stop-motion animation for eons, but holy crap man, people have gotten really, really good at it. This video by Vugar Efendi tracks the evolution of stop motion in film starting with The Enchanted Drawing in 1900, which was really just a drawing of a face changing facial expressions, all the way up to the gloriously beautiful Kubo and the Two Strings, which was released this summer.Read more...…

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