1. SE7EN (1995). Two detectives, a veteran and a rookie, track down a relentless serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his modus operandi. This is the ultimate serial killer/detective film. It has […]
In an extraordinary experiment which seemingly defies the laws of physics, Isao Machii, a Japanese laido master, demonstrates his extreme abilities with a samurai sword using only eye–hand coordination. Claiming to be able to slice a […]
In a tremendous 30-second clip, David Lynch, when asked at the AFI Dallas International Film Festival of 2007, describes (in the most succinct and honest way possible) what he genuinely thinks of product placement in cinema. […]
1. THE BROOD (1979; CANADA). A man attempts to uncover an unorthodox psychologist’s therapy practices on his institutionalised wife, while a series of violent attacks committed by a brood of mutant kids coincides with the man’s investigation. Having discovered The Brood […]
In this highly engaging 3-minute presentation at the World Science Festival, Bobby McFerrin, a world-renowned musical performer and educator, uses audience participation to demonstrate the power of the pentatonic scale and the brain. In a very light-hearted, […]
(Warning: (1) Strong language featured. (2) If you work in a sales office environment and want to maintain a sense of enthusiasm towards your profession, this probably won’t help matters.) In a career-best performance, which […]
Welcome to the world of the most disgusting, most sinister, most violent screen villains ever imagined. From two of Gary Oldman’s creations to a lesser-known X-Files man-monster, here we have the who’s who of cinematic evil.