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What really happened off camera during great movie moments

Here's a few pictures I made for this contest - cracked was wondering what was happening just outside of frame during famous movie scenes:

Rejected Post-Credits Scenes from Superhero Movies

By now it's been done so often that it almost seems there's a law demanding it: Superhero movies aren't complete any more unless, after the credits, they feature one last scene that adds a twist to the story, hints at the next sequel or both.

When cracked asked their photoplasters to think of some typical scenes for this contest I suggested these two - with Spiderman making the article:

Previously unknown deleted scenes

We all know that usually much more material is shot for a movie than ends up on screen - scenes get cut for time, or because they contain material not important for the movie's main plot and they somehow mess with the general flow...

Here's a few examples

The space toilet first seen in Star Trek V actually was first shown in this scene from the beginning of Star Trek III:

Two movies for the price of one!

Hollywood blockbusters are getting more and more expensive each year. Already the special effects for your typical Michael Bay movie swallow more money than your average European nation moves in a whole year (I think).

Soon filming will become so expensive that several scripts will have to share the same movie. Here's a few first examples - you will find more over at


Cheap direct - to - DVD movie rip-offs

You probably all know these cheap rip-offs of successful movies that are imitating the cover art (and often the story) of a well known blockbuster in the hope to find some retard who doesn't know how "Transformers" is spelled so they buy "Transmorphers" instead - see, it has a big robot on the cover and everything!

For cracked's Direct to DVD rip-offs we'll see next I made a bunch of my own - no winners this time, but here they are in the hope that they give you a little grin:

The Thatguywiththeglasses - Team does scary Halloween stuff!

Because it's Halloween the team over at has been quite busy reviewing a whole bunch of scary movies... Well, some are actually more "scary" (with the quotation marks) than actually scary, but that's all part of the fun, isn't it? Here's my favourites so far, all bundled together for you to enjoy!

Nostalgia Critic and Cinema Snob: Leprechaun

We start with my two favourite tgwtg-reviewers giving their opinion on "Leprechaun" - an 80's "horror"-classic in which a shaved Ewok from Ireland in striped stockings is terrorizing a bunch of yokels in America:

The amazing Movie Countdown

Sometimes, actually quite often, you find stuff on youtube that just steals away from your time.

And then, sometimes, you find a movie clip that has something amazing about it... Like THIS one: Living proof that movie buffs with WAY too much time on their hands can be creative like hell:

Shaun the Sheep

Maybe you allready know Shaun. No, not the one of the Dead but Shaun the Sheep, the woolly sidekick of Wallace and Grommit in "A close shave". Obviously he got to the hearts of some people, cause a while after the movie was done he got his own TV series.


Okayyyy... Have some fun with movies while we wait for me to have enough time to do some real work with this page again, I've been a bit busy lately... I guess everyone of us has hers or his most favourite movies on youtube and other sites, I'm gonna pick some for you that I like.