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  1. Entertainment

    Cinefix Made a “Homemade” Version of Rufio’s Big Fight Scene From Hook With ACTUAL Rufio!

    We love Cinefix and their "Homemade" remakes of movie scenes and trailers, but this one of the big fight scene from Hook wins double points for actually getting original Rufio actor Dante Basco to reprise his role. Bangarang, Cinefix. Bangarang.

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  2. Gaming

    Latest 8-Bit Cinema Video Stars Godzilla Beating up Other Famous Movie Monsters

    The first official Godzilla trailer made a big splash last week when it was finally released online, but we can't help but prefer this low-graphics version by CineFix, which pits Godzilla against King Kong, a Rancor beast, and even the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. Man, is there somewhere we can actually play this game? That would be amazing.

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  3. Entertainment

    Get Into The Holiday Spirit with 8-Bit Elf [Video]

    Holy crap, is Elf seriously ten years old now? That is mind-blowing. We think we can officially start calling this film a Christmas classic, now, and what better way to memorialize a classic film than re-imagining it with pixels?

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  4. Gaming

    Thor Re-Told As 8-Bit Cinema Is Cuter Than Chris Hemsworth [VIDEO]

    CineFix, a YouTube channel that takes Hollywood Blockbusters and game-ifies them, has given Thor the 8/16-bit treatment. The results are both adorably awesome and seriously make you wish this game was real.

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  5. Entertainment

    8-Bit Cinema’s Finding Nemo Should Really Just Become An Actual Game Already [Video]

    CineFix usually knocks it out of the park with their 8-bit Cinema series,  but their newest send up of the beloved Pixar movie Finding Nemo is nothing short of amazing. Think of how great an actual video game this would be! Sort of like Echo, but not boring. Somebody make that game for us, please.

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  6. Entertainment

    CineFix Explains How the Joker’s Pencil Trick from The Dark Knight Works [Video]

    Cinefix's Homemade Movies series features a bunch of guys creating shot-for-shot remakes of your favorite moments in geek cinema. After months and months of cajoling from commenters, they've finally done the infamous pencil trick for The Dark Knight. It's pretty special.

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  7. Entertainment

    8-Bit Cinema G.I. Joe: Retaliation is Probably Better Than the Real Movie [Video]

    G.I. Joe: Retaliation might have been better than the previous G.I. Joe movie, but that's not saying much. Yeah, it made a lot of money and explosions and such, but we're sure a whole bunch of you probably skipped it to save your theater-going allowance for all the amazing movies that have been premiering this summer. Just in case you were curious about what you missed, Cinefix has summarized the film pretty succinctly in this enjoyable 8-bit version. Seriously, I would play this game.

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  8. Entertainment

    Anchorman Gets the 8-Bit Treatment From CineFix

    People love the regular, non-8-bit version of Anchorman, so I'm willing to bet they'll love Cinefix's 8-bit Anchorman as well. The video shows us what an old-school Anchorman video game would have looked like, while simultaneously teasing us with the tragic fact that such a thing does not exist in this world. Yet. Someone please make an 8-bit Anchorman game.

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  9. Entertainment

    An Iron Man/Mega Man Video Game Parody? Yes, Please [Video]

    Gosh, 2008 was so long ago. How can anyone even remember stuff from back then -- like the plot of the original Iron Man movie? Luckily, popular YouTube channel CineFix has your answer for this very specific problem. Their 8-bit Cinema pilot, which dropped last night, retells Iron Man in the style of the classic video game Mega Man, so now you'll always have a source to reference when you forget what Tony Stark was up to before the Mandarin showed up. (Never mind that Mega Man the game is older than Iron Man the movie. Nostalgia is forever. Just go with it.)

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