A great TV show deserves a great title sequence. Think Game of Thrones’ intro, in which the raven view of the board game-esque map shows the players involved in the story. Or think of The Sopranos sequence, in which Tony is driving around New Jersey as if it were his kingdom. Or the beginning of Dexter, in which the…
Seriously, what's better than Iron Man credits, set to the "The Stripper," that feature a dancing animated suit coming apart? Nothing. The answer is nothing.
Quentin Tarantino released his list of the best films from 2010. Singling out Gaspar Noé's psychedelic melodrama Enter The Void as having one of the best credit scenes of (possibly) the decade. Watch the scene, and read his entire list.
Joss Whedon's Firefly was awesome, but its title sequence really didn't sell the show. What Firefly really needed was a kick-ass, old-school, synth-happy, guitar-solo, Yay Spaceships, 1980s-style intro credit sequence. And here it is. Joss, you can thank me later.
There are many things to recommend about the live-action Amazing Spider-Man series that aired in the late '70s — okay, well, Nicholas Hammond was a good-looking kid — but ol' Webhead's ability to rapidly foil crime isn't one of them.
Cloverfield opens this Friday, and if you're planning on seeing it in the theaters, make sure you stay planted after the credits roll. If you do, you'll be rewarded with a "Wink, wink. We'll be back!" moment. Basically the screen goes black and a walkie-talkie crackles to life and a voice says... something. None of us…