DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 239: WALL MASTER

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, much like in the film “As Above So Below,” we look at a different point of view…

Posted on January 21, 2015 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 238: 50 SHADES OF APE

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, we continue to deceive you with the title. Rest assured, that word play was used for another reason and not the immediate thought that would pop up…

Posted on January 14, 2015 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 237: INTERVIEW WITH A HACKER

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, we lied; this really has no hackers this issue. It’s just a play on words related to the topic at hand, apologies…

Posted on January 7, 2015 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITALL CELLULOID – ISSUE 236: HACKY NEW YEAR

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, a week has passed, and nothing has happened… guess we called the bluff…

Posted on December 31, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 235: MERRY HACKMAS!

This week, Merry Hackmas everyone! A glimpse at a potential holiday season where hackers can get their wish to rule Hollywood and shut down silly satire comedies as they see fit. That is, until independent cinema delivered their own holiday miracle…

Posted on December 24, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 233: JOHN CONNOR GENISYS

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 new “Terminator” film seems to hold some decent robot fighting fun, at least according to the trailer, but we have a question about the destined savior of humanity…

Posted on December 10, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 232: THANKSTRAILER

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 (well, last week, technically), Holy Cow! Two trailers to film sequels of legend in the same week!

Posted on December 3, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 231: …COOKS…

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, Too Many Cooks, Too Many Cooks, Too Many Cooks, Too Many Cooks, Too Many Cooks, Too Many…

Posted on November 26, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 230: ALIEN ABDUCTION WITH EXTREME PREJUDICE

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, Part 2 of our “Alien Abduction” issues, because damn, those aliens obviously don’t have the same meat packing standards we do…

Posted on November 19, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 229: JUST GET ALIEN ABDUCTED ALREADY

“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, Ok, really this film is pretty good… for found footage, but damn does this guy “break” some horror tropes…

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

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 228: KISS IT

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 witching hour over, but that isn’t stopping us from doing more horror films…

Posted on November 5, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 227: BURN THE WITCH?

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, with the witching hour nearly upon us, we take a look at a popular witching film once more… and some of its discrepancies…

Posted on October 29, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 226: RAGGEDY ANNABELLE

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, why? Why didn’t they use the original source material for this spin off horror flick? Would’ve done just fine. See you in your nightmares…

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

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 225: CALLING ALL…

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, Review Cultist’s obsession continues with a new slendervlog…

Posted on October 15, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 224: A TRANSFORMATION…

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, giant space robots weren’t only thing transforming in that fourth film…

Posted on October 8, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

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