A London-based film PR company recently held a screening of Lady And The Tramp for dogs, to celebrate the release of the Blu-ray.

We’re not entirely sure why they did that, but we’re really glad they did. It’s possibly the cutest thing we’ve ever seen. 

Read our review of the Lady And The Tramp Blu-ray here. 




The 365 Films Challenge

Short and Sweet Overview: Watch 365 films in the year 2012.

What Is This Challenge?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to spend the next year delving into the world of film by watching one film that you have never seen before per day.

How Do I Participate?
The extent of how you participate is totally up to you, however it is recommended that you post some form of a review, whether it be as simple as a star rating or as extensive as a critical film analysis. Some also do graphics along with their reviews.

When Do We Start?
Like most 365 challenges, the best day to start is January 1st so that you end on December 31st.

But Isn’t This A Leap Year? It Should Be 366.
Consider it a free day or a bonus film, I could care less.

What If I Can’t Watch A Film Each Day?
No one is monitoring how you reach 365 films, so if you fall behind or watch ahead a few movies, that is your choice.

How Am I Going To Find 365 Films To Watch?
I suggest signing up for iCheckMovies and start with their top movies lists. You’re bound to find something you haven’t seen before.

Recommended Tags:
#365films, #365 film challenge

oh man i really want to do this


I am doing this. The number of unwatched films I have is getting ridiculous. 

Oh man. Oh man. Oh man.


Bill Murray shreds Ghostbusters 3 script

Anyone hoping to see the old Ghostbusters lineup reunited for Dan Aykroyd’s tortured sequel might be waiting a long time, as Bill Murray appears to have ruled out a return once and for all.

According to The National Enquirer, Murray had been sent the latest version of a script for Ghostbusters 3, co-written by original stars Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. However, his reaction wasn’t exactly favourable…


(seriously little nemo! this list is awesome.) 

Little Nemo! Grave of the Fireflies! Almost Famous!



(seriously little nemo! this list is awesome.) 

Little Nemo! Grave of the Fireflies! Almost Famous!


The alphabet has been broken down into a Star Wars themed design thanks to artist Peter McNally of The Designers Nursery. 12” x 17” prints (more color combos available) is now on sale for $35 each at Etsy.

I’m all for education with a geeky spin added to it.

Star Wars Prints - by Peter McNally at The Designers Nursery

(Via: justinrampage)