In a couple of days, Hollywood will unleash its latest fairytale movie on the world. The Huntsman: Winter’s War is the followup to Snow White and the Huntsman, one of many fairytale movies that missed the entire point of making such a movie in the first place. Is it even possible to make a decent live-action…
I always thought the 1984 fantasy movie The NeverEnding Story was strange enough, but it turns out superimposing a bearded adult's face over little Bastian makes the whole film much weirder. But as it turns out, the face-swap is only the start of this completely bonkers "improved" version of the movie.
Head swaps aren't new but they are an unlimited source of fun. This video for the song On & On—by DUM—takes footage from Never Ending Story and superimposes the faces of the members of the band on the ones from the characters in the movie—they change some other things too. (NSFW-ish.)
There is a plague of remakes sweeping across the land right now. While some remakes are decent or worthwhile, a lot of them are pointless at best and travesties at worst. And a lot of them are clearly terrible ideas. Here are 10 movie remakes we are overjoyed never got made.
Exactly 30 years ago today, the world saw The NeverEnding Story for the first time. It was a time before CGI, when you had to make fantasy movies with puppets. But nothing feels old fashioned about the synth-laden, sunset-colored theme song by Giorgio Moroder. The flying dragon-dog was pretty cool, too.
The NeverEnding Story doesn't need a darker reboot in the least, but Nicolas Francoeur's concept art, imagining a more "mature" version of the classic films, are still quite lovely. Let's just hope they don't give film executives any ideas.
Yes, we don't care who you are. If you're not completely dead inside, like some freeze-dried husk, then there are certain moments from science fiction and fantasy that will make you break down. Here are 20 of the most tear-jerking moments from science fiction and fantasy stories. (Update: Added 5 more!)
Artist kishokahime combines the movie and TV heroines she loved as a child with her even deeper love for Art Nouveau to create a series of striking portraits ornamented with details from each lady's respective medium.
Who needs a big, long cry? You? Then strap in — this collection of the 10 most depressing movie death scenes is just the ticket for an uncomfortable teary moment at the office. Go ahead you big baby, let it all out. Don't act like you didn't lose it the first time you saw Artax sink into the mud. ARTAX! ARTAX!
Next week sees the release of Cloud Atlas, the movie version of one of the most famously unfilmable books of all time. But Cloud Atlas isn't the first supposedly unfilmable book to make it to the screen. There have been several classic novels that everybody thought couldn't be captured on film — until somebody did it.…
Did you ever wish to convey the entire plot of 1980s fantasy flick The NeverEnding Story on your arm? Such was the inclination of a woman named Samelina, who recruited Roger Axelsson of Evil Eye Tattoo in Stockholm, Sweden to give her a sleeve depicting characters like Gmork, Morla, and the Rock-Biter. Pro tip: leave…
It doesn't get much airtime these days, so if you're too young to have experienced 1984's The Neverending Story, you need to remedy that ASAP so you can understand why this handmade e-reader and tablet case is so awesome.
Legendary producer Frank Marshall chatted up his future genre projects today, including whether we'll be seeing the NeverEnding Story continue — and what are the chances of another Jurassic Park movie?