SPOILERS! This is a previously-unreleased video for an abandoned series concept. We felt guilty about not having the planned sins video ready for you today, so we thought we'd try and make it up to you by embarrassing ourselves with a sh*tty acapella movie review song. We ultimately decided this song was just a little too sh*tty, so we left it in the vault... until today.
Sin Dissections. A new series pulling back the curtain on certain controversial and misunderstood sins--and probably some where we were just flat-out wrong. While there are a few sins that will always remain a mystery, we thought it was time to clarify a few of them, and expound a bit on some of the most debated and discussed sins.
This week, our first sin ever: "This movie exists," from Everything Wrong With The Amazing Spider-man, which you can watch here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wy-v4c4is-w
Tomorrow: More sins! Robot ones!
Which sins would you like to learn more about? (Don't say "DC Comics," that's one of the "remain a mystery" ones... sorry).
It's been a long time since I've talked with myself about movies. Well... a long time since we've filmed such a conversation, at least. Today we have a discussion and debate about 2013's best movies and try to come to a consensus. It is as difficult as you might imagine.
What was the best movie of 2013?
Well... either we've heard your cries for the past three weeks, or else we looked at the Hollywood schedule and saw a RoboCop remake coming up soon. Either way, we had a blast looking for all the sins we could find.
We're breaking records today, people. This is the longest sins video yet, for starters. It's also the highest sin count for a movie ever (without a bonus round). Even the outtakes are a little beefier this time!
We thought we'd take a look at something creepy and monsterish. But also leathery, because everyone loves leather. So we went with Underworld, one of the best werewolves-versus-vampires-with-a-love-triangle movies ever.
Yes, it's time to revisit the Harry Potter franchise once again, this time for the third entry in the series. It's got a new Dumbledore, a horse bird, and time travel -- so you know there will be plenty of sins.
Merry Christmas! To celebrate the holiday, we've pointed the sin counter at one of the all-time great Christmas films, Die Hard. Yes, it's a sacred classic. No, that doesn't mean we won't go looking for sins.
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Tomorrow: Something unexpected, on Christmas Day (yes, we know you'll all be on the Internet all day anyway).
Nearing the end of their four-year quest, a fellowship of heroes realizes a crucial communication error.
The Beast Of Balor is an original short film from Cinema Sins and The Nether Region. Check out more of the Sci-Fi comedy from The Nether Region on their channel page: http://youtube.com/netherregioncomedy
Rand: Jeremy Childs
Tom: Joshua Childs
Org: Henry Haggard
Lassand: Jeremy Scott
Directed by: Cris Cunningham
Screenplay by: Derrick McCaslin
Produced by: Jeremy Childs, Josh Childs, & Cris Cunningham
Executive Produced by: Jeremy Scott & Chris Atkinson (Cinema Sins)
Director of Photography: Tim Romero, Cris Cunningham
Production Manager: Ashley Amezcua
Sound Recording: Daniel Lewis
Special Effects/Make-up: Daryl Stamps & Jeane Larson
Second Assistant Camera: Zach Duensing
Editing: Jeremy Scott & Cris Cunningham
Behind the Scenes camera: Chris Atkinson
Well it seems only right that, after doing the first two Lord of the Rings movies, we return for the third and final installment. If you like 3.5 hour movies that are 80% CGI battle scenes... then this is probably the best of the trilogy.
Get ready, Tolkienites -- it's time to tackle the original sacred trilogy, which, of course, contains some sins. We kick things off with the movie that set the record for most scenes of pure walking footage in a major motion picture.