Fight Club - Movie
Check out this impressive fan-made video that comprises the entirety of Fight Club into 60 seconds. The video was made by Alison Parker, who has submitted it to a contest that challenges the entrants to take any popular movie and condense it all down into 60 seconds. I personally love this stuff, and have seen cool videos like this on YouTube before, but I think Alison has outdone herself here.
Watch the video above or here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7EYdpgedxs
And if you dig it, you can Vote for it here: http://vancouver.virginradio.ca/VideoChannel/FakeFilmFestival/View.aspx?PostID=34390
You have until January 25th to get your vote in.
Come the end of a year (and the start of a new one) it seems almost impossible to avoid 'Top 10' fever. This is a fever that spreads to movie and gossip sites and can include everything from 'The Top 10 Worst Movies of 2010' to 'The Best YouTube Parodies'. Don't lie. We all love these lists. It's why websites keep doing them. And it's why I finally broke down this year and decided it was high time we do one of these for The Cult.
Our list will be a Top 5. And I'm going to break it up into two categories. read more »
This one is new for me. Yet another trailer mash-up of movies. This one between Toy Story and Fight Club. Pretty good.
Props to Kasey Carpenter for letting us know about it.
Yesterday I had a chance to go see David Fincher's new film The Social Network. And yes, I loved it. Not at first. But about a few hours later, I found I couldn't shake the film. I kept replaying the scenes over and over in my head. And now, I'm ready to see it again already. But this isn't a review of that fine film, no. Rather, it's just one more example of how Fight Club lives on for all of us, and perhaps most notably... in its director's heart.
You might remember a scene where Mark Zuckerberg (played brilliantly by Jesse Eisenberg) is half-assedly doing some school work by posting pieces of art under a fake Facebook account and asking fellow students to comment on them, so he can then use their feedback in his assignment. Well, if you look closely at the fake account he's registered, you'll realize that it's registered to none other then.... Tyler Durden!
I didn't catch this myself. For that, I have to credit SlashFilm as the source. But I'll be sure to watch this scene more closely when I see the film again. For now, just thought you all should know... Project Mayhem lives on.
Check out this awesome grindhouse-style poster for Fight Club. This was designed by Liam Carl. You can check out more of Liam's work at his official site: http://liamcarldesign.com/
In our 11 years online, fans of sent us a ton of artwork, but since the 'grindhouse' craze is still relatively new, I think this is actually the first time anyone has ever taken one of Chuck's novel/movies and whipped something like this up... and we love it, and want more!
So if you want to create your own 'grindhouse' version of one of Chuck's books or movies, send it as an email here, and be sure to include it as a .jpg or gif, along with your name and how you'd like to be credited. The best ones will be included in our Gallery.
Check out this minimalist Fight Club poster by Pedro Vidotto.
You can see more of Pedro's awesome posters at Trendland.net.
Well, you requested it and we listened. Our popular Fight Club Tshirts, designed by Kevin Tong, are now available in PINK. In our original run we had the Mens available in Cornflower Blue and Tan, but the Women's were just available in the Cornflower Blue. And we got so many emails requesting a pink shirt, that we finally just put in an order for them.
*The shirts are only available in Pink for the ladies. Sorry, guys. :)
To help us model this new shirt, badass glamour and fetish model Masuimi Max returns to The Cult with a stunning new gallery. You may remember that Masuimi also modeled the shirt in blue for us. Well, this time she went and did an entire photoshoot with the shirt, with her husband and photographer, Morat, behind the lens.
You can also see some pics of our own models (photographed by me... thank you very much!) below as well.
If you have any questions about the shirts, please contact us at tshirts @ chuckpalahniuk.net.
'Fight Club' fan art is nothing new around here. In fact, our massive collection of fan-made material is one of the things that first made this site tick. So if you ever have something in general that you'd like to submit, just shoot an email over to submissions @ chuckpalahniuk.net.
You can see our collection of fan art here: