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Captivating Opening Credit Particles

Opening credits for TV shows and movies these days have become works of art; complex, gorgeous, cinematic openings, utilizing highly technical software, lighting and music to create impactful openings to shows. 63 more words

Art/Design

Bahubali 2: Whole Thing! Scene By Scene! Part 1, Opening Credits and Song

Welcome to my tedious and time consuming scene by scene coverage of Bahubali 2!  I already put up my No Spoilers review, if you want something to read while you wait to buy tickets.   2,024 more words

Film Summaries

'American Gods' Opening Credits Drop

Starz is trying to murder us all by dropping the opening credits sequence for American Gods. If I wasn’t already hyped for April 30th to hurry up and come, I would be now. 172 more words

News

Netflix's New Button Lets You Skip The Opening Credits

When binge-watching, credits mostly serve as an obstacle, and even the best ones can wear out their welcome after you’ve seen them a dozen times. You’ve just hit the cliffhanger, you’re trying to see what happens next, and instead you’ve got 60 seconds of theme and abstract images. 185 more words

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Erie/dreamy Opening Credits

There’s nothing wrong with taking pleasure in aesthetic beauty. That’s what I say to keep myself from feeling superficial as I admire the color and font choices of my favorite 1960’s and 1970’s thriller credit sequences, and save the images onto my computer to later become backgrounds and lock screens for my laptop. 587 more words

TV Theme Friday: 'Transformers'

If you were a kid in the 1980’s, then you know that today’s TV theme is “more than meets the eye.”

The first version of the “Transformers” cartoon ran in syndication from 1984 to 1987 and in reruns for countless years after. 120 more words

Music

Neil Patrick Harris Begs You To 'Look Away' From The 'A Series Of Unfortunate Events' Opening Credits

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events — the 2005 film based on Daniel Handler’s popular book series of the same name — was just that: unfortunate. 196 more words

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