DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 213: MARVEL HORNETS…

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, the Slender story continues on, with the end of a five year YouTube series…

Posted on July 23, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 212: BLISSFUL NOSTALGIA

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, the clerks reminisce on a classically cheesy flick from the ’80s that pits children against classical monsters, and there’s nothing wrong with that whatsoever… nope…

Posted on July 16, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 207: SOMETHING AMISS…

This week, something is fishy about the clerks after they get back to work. Maybe like that one thing that happened in that film that was part of that trilogy? You know, the one that the films had nothing to do with each other except for an ice cream cone and the color blue…

Posted on June 11, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 200: WELCOME TO SLENDERLAND

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, you’re not in Kansas anymore…

Posted on April 23, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 199: THE JEN ABDUCTION PROJECT

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, everyone else has been taken, it’s all led up to this…

Posted on April 16, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 190: SIDES

This week, shenanigans with angry customers in the DVD aisle…

Posted on February 12, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 187: ISOLATION

This week, Day [REDACTED] without Rick at work, Jen’s not taking it so well, but at least she has something to talk about… to anyone who will listen…

Posted on January 22, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 179: LIKE CLOCKWORK…

This week, the dark madness continues… oh, and then there’s the poor guy’s experience…

Posted on November 27, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 176: 2 LLORT

This week, a film of pop culture infamy that you know is going to suck, but like any good train wreck, you can’t help but look…

Posted on November 6, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 166: BAT-MART

This week, Jen, soloing the video department, tries to voice her thoughts about Batffleck…

Posted on August 28, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 164: TURBO TRIAL

This week, it’s the return of our favorite video clerks as Rick talks about watching that racing snails film…

Posted on August 14, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 161: DARKHARVESTER

This week, we continue through the darkness and madness, as Review Cultist continues his passing glance at yet another SlenderVlog channel…

Posted on July 24, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 159: REMAKE

This week, maybe, just maybe, some scenes shouldn’t be brought back in a remake… just maybe…

Posted on July 10, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 145: MAD MAX? OR MAD MEL?

This week, anyone notice how Mel Gibson plays a lot of crazy characters? Did he make the characters crazy, or did they make him crazy…

Posted on April 3, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 127: CUSTOMER SERVICE WITH A SMILEY

This week, the clerks try to apply the concept of a new horror movie when dealing with terrible customer…

Posted on November 28, 2012 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

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